Emmanuel Reformed Church - Sutton

The German Reformed Church in Sutton was organized by Volga German immigrants on 20 February 1877 under the leadership of the Rev. William Bonekeeper. Its original church building was constructed in 1879, but that building was destroyed and a similar structure erected on the same location.

Emmanuel is affiliated with the Reformed Church in the U.S.


110 S. Way Ave.
Sutton, NE 68979-2130

Pastors & Priests: 

The following pastors have served Emmanuel Reformed Church:

William Bonekeeper
Paul Traeger (1932-?)
Calvin Stuebbe
George Syms

- Nebraska State Historical Society


- Emmanuel Reformed Cemetery (gravestones.org)
- Records of the Emmanuel Reformed Church and its predecessor congregations covering the years 1874-1946 have been microfilmed and are available at the Nebraska State Historical Society.
- Birth records from Emmanuel Reformed Church (Odessa Archive)
- Marriage records from Emmanuel Reformed Church (Odessa Archive)
- Death records from Emmanuel Reformed Church (Odessa Archive)
- Congregational Records (LDS Microfilm 0977683).


- Emmanuel Reformed Cemetery (gravestones.org)

Emmanuel Reformed Church in Sutton, Nebraska.
Source: Congregation's Facebook Page