Trinity Lutheran Church (Mason City, Iowa)

Sixteen Lutheran families in the Cerro Gordo County seat of Mason City established a congregation in July 1, 1871. A permanent facility was constructed in 1824, with the Trinity name adopted in 1908. Over the next 35 years, membership grew exponentially and the church became too small for the congregation. As money was raised for a new facility, church services were held in the now-demolished Palace Theater.

The first services were held in the present facility on May 14, 1950. An adjacent three-story education building was constructed in 1960.