In 1828, the German society in Kremenchuk opened a church on Veselaya Street No. 23 (a Lutheran church – a wooden structure in the Gothic style). Under her in 1831, a Lutheran one-class German parish school was founded. The law teacher at this school was Pastor Evgeny Karlovich von Flidner.
Funds for the maintenance of the school Kirche let go throughout the entire time of its existence, right up to the revolution. It is known that in 1889/1890, 16 boys and 11 girls studied at the school.
For the maintenance of this educational institution, the German church allocated 405 rubles. The Lutheran Church also had a committee called the Society for Aiding the Poor Germans, chaired by Maria Augustovna von Flidner.
Source of information: the book “The Streets of the Old Kremenchuk”, A.N. Lushakova, L.I. Evselevsky
For 1908 according to the Reference Book:
- Pastor Evgeny Karlovich Fon-Flidner (with the Church),
- Head of cash desk merchant Karl Yves. Ber (Khersonskaya street own house),
- Chairman of the Church Council Herman Engel,
- economist Eve. Karlovich Korf.