Our Savior’s Lutheran Church is a unique building built out of local split field rock. It lies in the James River Valley and is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. Norwegian settlers came together in the 1870’s to build a place of worship. A few years later some people split off to build another small church. In the 1930’s these two churches came together to make plans to build the current rock structure. Check out it’s history or join it’s members for worship.