The first church building was erected about two miles northwest of Lindsborg, south of Coronado Heights. A monument marks this location today. It was built of sod and stone, with a grass roof. In 1874 the congregation voted to build a church in the town site of Lindsborg. The central part of the present edifice was erected using Native Dakota sandstone. The stone was covered with a concrete mix giving it a smooth, white finish. Built to resemble the cathedrals in southern Sweden.