If you’re looking for a fun and relaxing way to spend the day, you can visit a few of the many beautiful churches in Minnesota. The Church of Our Lady of the Angels is located in Sauk Centre. Although it doesn’t look like much on the outside, there is an incredibly beautiful painting of the Virgin Mary ascending into heaven on the ceiling of the dome. Stained glass windows line the lower half of the dome while Mary fades into the golden clouds behind her.
Assumption Catholic Church is located in Florian and it’s the pride of the little town. It features Renaissance style architecture with intricate designs in the brick walls. White crosses line the pillars and windows on the outside of the church. The design is simple but very effective.
The First Unitarian Church is located in Duluth. This church features Tudor style architecture, stone turrets, and lovely stained-glass windows. The church was built in 1910 and is currently serves as a church and place of worship for Quakers.
Another lovely church you can visit on your next trip to Minnesota is Mighty Fortress Church located in Minneapolis. Mighty Fortress stresses the applicability of the Bible and its teachings in today’s world. The pastor Bishop Thomas Williams believes that the teachings of the Bible can be used to successfully address the pain and suffering that reigns in our world. He strives to bring the church’s teachings to all who will listen.
Along with applicable services, Mighty Fortress Church stresses a relaxed and accepting environment. They encourage people to come as they are regardless of their station in life or religious background. The church is for anyone trying to learn more about who Christ is and what He taught.
Mighty Fortress Church values the community is has created for its members. They welcome anyone and everyone and strive to make the teachings of the Bible applicable to everyone. They value making the services relaxed and welcoming rather than staid, stifling, and potentially meaningless. Mighty Fortress Church values its members and teachings over the ceremony and tradition of most churches.