Mighty Fortress Church

To most peoples surprise Minnesota has some of the most beautifully astounding churches in the United States. That is no joke. These architectural and spiritual wonders really have to make one think of gods grace, when one sees these diamonds in the rough. Although to those that have a fear of religion, they may only see lumps of stone and brick. That doesn’t stop the Mighty Fortress Church, one of these gyms I was referring.

What is motivating people to join up with the Mighty Fortress Church is that it preaches relevant messages for today’s modern society. Creating a safe and friendly place to learn and hear the lords words is at the for front for this church. View the interactive map at minneapolisnorthwest.com.

Its weekly services foster and nurture the words of god, becoming building blocks to their spiritual awakening. Its come as you are policy allows those who are less formal of fear religion to have an opportunity to hear gods words without judgement or prejudice.

Bishop Thomas Williams, the churches pastor has been in ministry for over thirty years and is highly respected in his teachings of the gospel. As founder of Might Fortress Church, he has integrated support groups and outreach ministries. This is how the Bishop brings former non-believers in to his flock.

Visit: http://mightyfortress.net/belief-statement

Mighty Fortress Church is a modern church for today’s society with a modern design. It has a large entertainment venue with a one thousand seat auditorium, book store and media center. Don’t let its modern look scare you, inside it is truly a place of warmth and comfort for the whole family.

If you live to far from Mighty Fortress Church here are some other architectural and spiritual gyms. Hennepin Ave United Methodist Church in Minneapolis is a Gothic gym that would make one feel that they are visiting an English country parish church. If you like the old world feel for churches this one is for you. Church of St. Mary’s, New Trier is one for the 19th century architectural buff. Its french Beaux-Arts style would make some one think they are in Paris or New York in the 1900’s. Finally there is Christ the King Catholic Church in Browerville. Built by Polish immigrants inspired by there homeland this church brings old world Europe to America with this Baroque revival beauty. Visit Yelp to write a review about Mighty Fortress Church.