▸ ▾ Claim This Listing
Please login in order to be able to claim this listing.
You are not currently logged in. Please login or register first. When registering, you will receive an activation email. Be sure to check your spam if you don’t see it in your email within 60 minutes.
Trinity Lutheran Church
The following text is inconsistent with information on the given URL address Trintymerrill.com. The following text addresses information for a St. Paul Catholic church — not a Lutheran Church of Merrill WI. – – – – – – – – – – – – – In the beginning : 1845-1932 The first Catholic presence Mosinee (Little Bull Falls then known) dates back to 1845 when Fr. Louis Dale visited several logging camps rare. During the 1845 to 1878 in addition to Mrs. Dale parents Estchmann Stehle Polack Lux Hengen Spitzlberger July and has been held at different times around the Central Wisconsin Mosinee adapted for Catholics. In those years there was no church. The fair was in the house said Robert Freeman on Second Street and Sebastian Kronenwetters house on Third Street. Sometimes the mass was offered in local hotels. In 1874 Fr. Theodore Richard a priest of Wausau began with the Mosinee monthly fairs and was asked to organize a church. In 1875 with a population of 545 in Mosinee the Catholic community saw the need to build a permanent place of worship. Richard Malone and Sebastian Kronenwetter with the Father. Richard leads the reader to obtain funds to build the new church. In September 1878 the first stone of the Catholic church placed the first in Mosinee was. The following summer the church was completed at a cost of $ 1800. Ms. Hoese left the parish of St. Paul in March 2001. Ms. Bernard McGarty loans to the interim pastor. His enthusiasm and leadership in the coming months will be appreciated. On July 17 2001 after 15 years at St. Stanislaus in Stevens Point Mrs. Donald Przybylski began his tenure as the fourteenth pastor of the parish of St. Paul in Mosinee. Ms. Don continued the improvement plans for the parish. In 2002 began a fundraising campaign to deficient largest church building access. On September 21 2003 celebration of the 125th anniversary of the parish of St. Pauls with Bishop Raymond Burke L. bishop of the Diocese of La Crosse held a special mass Then there was a reception at the school cafeteria and dinner and program at the gym Tetzlaff Center. In spring 2010 the parish of St. Paul is the opening of its new church. The new church was built on the current object along with the Center for Tetzlaff.