Immanuel German Congregational Church - Ritzville

Volga German families living near the Lincoln and Adams county line northwest of Ritzville began meeting in 1897. The Immanuel German Congregational Church was officially organized on 10 March 1899. It was located on the south side of Davis Road in Adams County while the congregation's cemetery (called the County Line Cemetery) sits across the road in Lincoln County.

Location:

Davis Road, near the corner of Bauer Road
7 miles south and 3 miles west of Downs
northwest of Ritzville, Washington

Pastors & Priests: 

The congregation of Immanuel was served by the following pastors:

A.C. Delabarre

Sources: 

- Larsen, Jennifer, "Restoration... Thompsons Strive to Revive Structure, History of Early Church." Ritzville Journal (23 August 2007).
- "Liste der Deutschen Kongregationalen Gemeinden." Illustrierter Kirchenbote Kalender 1926 (Redfield, SD: Redfield College Press, 1926): 65-71.
- "Namenliste der Prediger und ihre Adressen." Illustrierter Kirchenbote Kalender 1926 (Redfield, SD: Redfield College Press, 1926): 76-79.

Resources: 

Immanuel Congregational Church in rural Ritzville, Washington.
Source: Ritzville Journal