There are thousands of beautiful churches in Minesota, many of which have unique history behind them.
The Assumption Chapel in Cold Springs, also known as the Grasshopper Chapel, was built in 1955. Cold Springs had a bad epidemic of grasshoppers in the 1870’s which caused panic in the town. The whole town prayed for the epidemic to end and the year it ended the church was built as a memorial, hence the nick name the Grasshopper Church.
The Church of the Assumption in St.Paul was built in 1870 and it is the oldest church in St. Paul. The interior has changed little since it was built. Learn more about Mighty Fortress Church at Crunchbase.
The Church of Our Lady of the Angels in Sauk Centre, from the outside seems very plain, however the inside holds one of the most beautiful depictions of Mary painted into the dome.
The Assumption Catholic Church in Florian is a Catholic church built in the early 1900’s for the Polish immigrants who decided to settle there.
The Mighty Fortress Church is a church in Minneapolis that welcomes all ages, races and cultures. The diversity and laid back environment are just a couple of things that make this church unique.
Mighty Fortress Church encourages you to express your individual views on God. The church makes every person feel welcome and never judges its followers. Follow Mighty Fortress Church on Linkedin.com.
When attending the Mighty Fortress Church you can expect the word of God to improve your daily living as well be a guide in times of need.
Mighty Fortress Church allows you to come as you are. All races and cultures are welcome, and the Word of God speaks to all to unite them as one.
Bishop Thomas Williams a minister of over 30 years is the founder of Mighty Fortress Church and Ministries. He holds a Bachelor of arts degree, a Masters of arts degree and 2 honorary doctorate degrees. Bishop Williams Believes that the treasures of wisdom and knowledge found in the word of God will help to alleviate some of the worlds problems such as poverty and racism that plague our society.