Hallelujah with Mighty Fortress Church

Posted by PhotoPhil on December 3, 2017 in Church |

Churches are some of the most beautiful building to see in the United States. A website called highway highlights.com put together a list of the twenty-five most beautiful churches in the state of Minnesota. Here are just a few of them.

The first church is called Lakewood Memorial Chapel in Minneapolis. The church was built in 1910 and modeled after a church in Istanbul, Turkey. The second church is called Basilica of St. Mary’s in Minneapolis. This church was built in the early 1900’s and features some beautiful testaments to Baroque and Beaux-Arts architecture. The third and final church is called the Cathedral of St. Paul in St. Paul. This stunning edifice looks over downtown St. Paul on Summit and may be the most beautiful building in all of Minnesota. Now it is time to look at another church called The Mighty Fortress Church. Follow Mighty Fortress Church on Facebook.

The mission of the Mighty Fortress is a straightforward one. The mission is to pass on the word of God to others and make it more relevant to a person’s daily life. It is also part of the mission to treat everyone that comes through the doors of the Brooklyn Park, Minnesota church with dignity and respect for one another.

The head of the Mighty Fortress Church is Bishop Thomas Williams. He is a ma=inisterial graduate of the Rhema Bible Training Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He also has a master of arts degree in Organizational Leadership from Bethel University as well. He is a man who is dedicated to his church and his people.

Visit: http://mightyfortresschurch.org/

A person can expect something different when going to this church. Instead of listening to repetitive platitudes week after week, parishioners are encouraged to ask questions and come as they are. Each week people are given practical messages of faith that someone can use to live a more Christian and faith-based lifestyle. These things are what make the church unique in its own way.

A church is to be a place of safety, sanctuary, and contemplation. It is a place of reverence for those who lead a simple bible driven lifestyle. View the interactive map at minneapolisnorthwest.com.

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