Who we are. United Lutheran is a new church on the north side of Racine Wisconsin formed in 2017 when three Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) Churches (St. Andrew, Zion and St. Paul’s) merged. There is a combined history of over 200 years serving the Racine community.

Why we are Lutherans in the 21st Century. Following in the Reformation tradition Martin Luther began over 500 years ago, we will continue to Love the Lord our God and love our neighbor as ourselves.

Where we are. We chose the north side of Racine as the place to worship and do mission. That mission will continue to change and grow as we discover what our community needs and carry out the ELCA mission of God’s work. Our Hands.

See the CONTACT page for a map to our location or to have someone from the church contact you if you have questions.


Trinity Sunday

May 27  Worship at 10:45 am


May 29 at 6:30 pm at Pepi’s on 6th Street.
Hey millennials, come hang out and have some great food and a drink with us! Last month we talked about lots of different things like racism, privilege, our families and how they shape us, and about how to make church more fun for people our age (and younger!).

MAY Dates

27 – Trinity Sunday
10:45 am worship service

29 – Theology on Tap
6:30 pm at Pepi’s 

Then the LORD God formed the man of dust from the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living creature

Genesis 2:7