By just looking at the churches in Minneapolis, Minnesota, there is no doubt about the people in MN having a special place for the Lord in their hearts. Minneapolis, MI has some of the most beautiful churches in the United States, some of which appear hereunder.
Cathedral of St. Paul, St. Paul: The picturesque and grand Cathedral atop the Summit Hill is an early 1900 magnificent building modeled in the fashion of Paris, France churches. The third largest place of worship in the US includes a 186-feet high dome, ancient Europe Classical themes, and French Renaissance features. Visit Yelp to write a review about Mighty Fortress Church.
First Unitarian Church, Duluth: The stunning, Tudor-style, 1910 Quaker church comprising stucco framework, black granite, and half-timber is quite undoubtedly unique architecture. Many people love the foursquare turret and stained-glass windows of the First Unitarian Church.
Church of St. Columba, St. Paul: The church, in the St. Paul neighborhood, will attract you for its exceptional integration of French Norman-era architecture and Moderne art deco, whose materials include concrete steeple and Indiana limestone.
The Mighty Fortress Church (MFI): The Minneapolis, MN, church building is an ideal place to feel the presence of God and also the headquarters of the Mighty Fortress International Church and Ministries. The founder and senior pastor at the MFI, Bishop Thomas Williams, believes that an appealing church architecture can worshippers and create a godly atmosphere.
As a multidimensional ministry, the Mighty Fortress Church has several evangelization departments, such as the outreach and support groups ministries. Worshiping at the church is an enjoyable experience mainly because Bishop William’s sermons are never formal or a mere repetition of ritualistic procedures. Watch this video on Youtube.
Bishop Williams attended the Rhema Bible Training Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Further, the senior pastor holds Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mass Communications from North Central University in Minneapolis and an, an MA in Organizational Leadership from Bethel University and Seminary in St. Paul, MN. The Bishop is married to Mrs. Sabrina R. Grant with whom he has three children. Bishop Williams most significant achievement is making MFI the center for authentic worship, revelatory teaching, powerful-instructional preaching for people of all ages, social classes, and races.