Immanuel Lutheran Church of rural Hooper, NE was constructed in 1951. During the late 1940s and early 1950s, there was a brief revival of the English neo-gothic style of church architecture. This church demonstrates the typical sensibilities of this movement: small windows, heavy beam ceiling, and long, narrow nave.
The nave is clean cut and leads nicely into the carved ceiling beams and chancel. The church is quite large for a rural parish.
The windows feature various scriptural and doctrinal symbols.
The altar also falls in line with the English neo-gothic style: relatively low, with a rich dossal. The chamber to the left of the chancel holds a Reuter pipe organ. More information about this organ, including a stoplist is available here.