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.


August 18  4:30 pm
Gather for Saturday worship in the Lounge.

August 19 10:45 am
Gather together for Sunday morning worship.

August 28 at 6:30 pm at Pepi’s on 6th Street.
Join a lively discussion…come grab a beer or soda and some great food as we gather to talk about anything, and we mean any issues or topics that arise. We will look at what our faith says to us about those issues and topics.


14 – Church Council Meets
at 6:30 pm  

16 – Thursday Book Study
at 9 am  discuss Joan Chittister’s book
The Gift of Years: Growing Older Gracefully

28 – Volunteer at North Side
Food Pantry
beginning at 1:30 pm

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

And my God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus.

Philippians 4:19