The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Skyline of steeples

It's a 'natural' attraction in Michigan's new national park

As one of the country's most unusual national parks develops in a rugged corner of northern Michigan, a Lutheran pastor is working to ensure that the religious heritage and ethnic diversity of the region are remembered.

Robert Langseth, pastor of Faith Lutheran Church in Calumet for 30 years, is a longtime advocate for the Keweenaw National Historical Park. The park was established in 1992 to recognize the copper heritage and natural resources of the area.

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February issue


Embracing diversity