Lutheran Brotherhood, a Minneapolis-based insurance and financial services company, plans to buy a small nearby thrift so it can offer banking services to its 1.1 million customers.

The 81-year-old company, which sells its products exclusively to Lutherans, announced an agreement this week to buy $19 million-asset Metro Community Bank, Minneapolis, for $3.5 million in cash.

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