Minnesota has some of the most beautiful churches I have ever seen. I have always been a big architecture nut. I just love these beautiful old churches with rich decor and a history, I just don’t think anything else could be as fascinating.
Hennepin Ave United Methodist Church, Minneapolis is diffidently a favorite. It has many Gothic looking features, though I am not sure it is Gothic in its style. It is something that would not look out of place in England. St. Andrew’s Church, St. Paul in next on my list. Its mix of Spanish and Romanesque architecture, gives it more of a tropical look. Christ the King Catholic Church, Browerville is next. Its Polish inspiration could not be understated. Build in the 1800s in baroque style it is a marvel.
Finally there is the mighty fortress church. It is not as old or historic but like all churches have a divine importance. If you are looking for a place to get to know Christ this church may be of help. Modern day message for todays life is the backbone of this church.
The atmosphere is important to this church. It is come as you are and not getting bogged down in the stuffiness of most churches. To provide a fun atmosphere for every body is what is important.
Regular weekly worship is the key to becoming a believer. This church believes that everyone has there own way to express there gratitude towards god and is encouraged to do so.
Bishop Williams has been in ministry for over thirty years and is highly respected in the gospel. He emphasized the treasures and wisdom found in the word of god and believe these are the answer to the sins and problems the world faces. He has been called on to be a bridge builder in Christ uniting differences.