Thabor Lutheran Church, a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, has been a vital part of the Wausa community since 1885 and encourages Christian growth through a wide variety of activities, including women's, men's and youth organizations, choir, confirmation classes and Vacation Bible School. Thabor is a friendly, welcoming community which shares the love of God through Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. Sunday morning worship is held at 10:15, preceded by Sunday School classes for all ages at 9:00. Pastor Michelle Oetken, invites you to join Thabor's services. For more information please call (402)-586-2533.
A pastor from Oakland, Nebraska, began visiting Wausa in the 1890s preaching in homes and schoolhouses. A Swedish-English Sunday School was organized in 1891 and 70 persons were accepted as charter members in March 1895. The Swedish language was used in all Sunday School classes until about 1918. The church is presently searching for a new pastor. Church services are held each Sunday with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. followed by morning worship at 10:30. . For more information call (402) 586-2582 or (402) 586-2802.
The Wausa United Methodist Church, a welcoming congregation that enjoys a diversity of ages and talents, was established in 1890. Sunday morning worship services are held at 11 preceded by Sunday School at 9:45. Other activities include an active United Methodist Women, Men's Prayer Breakfast, C. K. (grades K-6), God Squad (grades 7-12) and quilters. Pastor Samm Johnston invites you to join in worship. For more information call (402) 586-2174 or (402) 586-2229.
Woodlawn is located 3/4 mile north of Wausa from the corner of Washington and
The cemetery property was purchased in 1895 and named at that time. In 1922 a cemetery board was established by the Village of Wausa.
The cemetery is adjacent to the Church located 6 miles west and 1 1/2 miles
south of Wausa.
Its first burial was recorded in March of 1896.
This cemetery is located 1 1/2 miles northwest of Wausa's Gladstone
The land for Thabor cemetery was purchased in 1886. In 1918 brick gateposts and corner posts were built and in 1957 a new entrance was made with new stone gates and corner posts.
By clicking on the cemetery names above, you can read the names on all the tombstones in each cemetery.
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