immigration, church, Lutheran
The summer before graduating from Grand View University, I set out on a journey throughout the Midwest and California to photograph Danish American churches.1 My purpose in visiting these churches was to discover what stories their architecture told. I wondered what tied them together as well as what made each unique. I also hoped to learn more about my own Danish American heritage by visiting the very places many of my relatives worshiped and even pastored. Here is what I learned.
Strandskov, Krister and Lackey, Russell
"Finding Sanctuary: How Danish American Churches Helped Immigrants Navigate Life in Uncharted Waters,"
The Bridge: Vol. 40
, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol40/iss2/8