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The Beginnings of Lutheranism in Hawai‘i—A Talk by Irmgard Hörmann to Attendees at the Pacifica Synod Assembly, May 3, 2007
Thanks to Pastor Jeff Lilley for this QuickTime movie.
The Beginnings of Lutheranism in Hawai‘i
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File size: 89M. Depending on your connection speed, there may be a delay while the video loads.
Unfortunately, the very beginning of the talk did not get recorded. Irmgard began by describing how different Protestant church arrived after the Congregational missionaries. The movie begins just before she asks the question, “Where were the Lutherans?”
Press the triangular start button to begin playing the movie.
Copyright © 2007 Irmgard Hörmann and Lutheran Church of Honolulu
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