Minnesota Mighty Fortress ChurchSeptember 25, 2017 - Author: steph - No Comments
There are many beautiful churches in Minnesota. One of them is the Lakewood Memorial Chapel in Minneapolis. It was built in 1910 in the likeness of the Hagia Sophia Church in Turkey, as a central monument in the Lakewood Cemetery. It is part of the National Register of Historic places list. The dome of the chapel is tall 65 feet with colored glass windows. Inside there is a mosaic of marble and colorful stone. Some other churches are the memorials of the glory of God. Such is the Assumption Chapel in Cold Springs. It was rebuilt in 1951 on the ruins of a chapel, destroyed by a tornado. There are added structures on the top of the wooden bluff which remind of the history of the chapel. In the 1870’s there was a grasshopper infestation in the area and after a whole day of prayer the grasshoppers died off. Hence, the residents built the church. And then there is St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Waverly, with its Gothic Revival architecture.
Mighty Fortress is another beautiful church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is aimed on creating a unique experience of meaningful lasting relationship with its visitors and family. It creates a friendly, welcoming atmosphere in which the presence of God can be felt and His word heard. Most churches are formal while Mighty Fortress encourages its members to come as they are to create an enjoyable service in which everyone is welcome.
Worship services focus on God and His deeds within the daily lives of everyone. It is a worship of His blessings. There is a band, choir and worship team, creating a blissful atmosphere of God’s presence. The primary focus is on giving the word of God to each individual in order to change their lives. It is focused on the practical implication of Christian principles which are given weekly. The church leads its members to a prosperous and faithful life in which all challenges are overcome.
The senior pastor of Mighty Fortress is Bishop Williams, who has served in the ministry for over 30 years. Bishop Williams places a high emphasis on the word, family values and the community. He brings together all races, cultures, and social classes to answer, through the word of God, the questions arising out of sin, poverty, disease, moral downfall and rebellion.
The best thing of Mighty Fortress is that everyone is welcome! The services transform lives through their loving, nurturing and all-accepting approach.