In 1999 the bell tower project was approved by the Immanuel congregation following the initiative of Fritz Weber and other members of Immanuel Church. A very successful bell tower fund drive provided the needed funds for the project.
The plan called for an obelisk-shaped steel tower mounted with three large bells. The largest bell was dedicated to the memory of Pastor Hans Haug. The bells themselves were cast in Holland, using the old world technique. Schulmerich, a bell manufacturing firm in Sellersville, Pa. procured and erected the tower and bells on a foundation provided by church members.
The bell tower committee designed an octagonal-shaped wall capped with flagstone which encloses a space around the base of the tower. The floor and entrance way were laid with paving stones, forming a pavilion. With benches put into place the pavilion also serves as a memorial site.
The bells were first rung on Easter Sunday 2000. The ringing of the bells gives Immanuel Lutheran Church a means to reach out to the surrounding neighborhood and is a call to worship God.