Churches

Many Minnesota Seventh-day Adventist churches were organized by pioneers who trekked across prairies to a land still wild and challenging, often bringing Adventist truths with them. Other churches were organized by immigrants seeking fellowship with others of their culture and language. All faced challenges and made sacrifices to create churches that we take for granted today. As many church founders sleep, we descendants continue to share the blessings of church fellowship today. May these church stories warm your heart with the knowledge of God’s providential ways and lead you to a closer walk with Him.
Kathy Joy Parke, Website Director

In the 1800s, the Minnesota Conference also encompassed areas in Iowa, North Dakota and Wisconsin.
MN Conf Churches outside of MN

A
Aitkin
Albert Lea
Alexandria – Lakes Area
Alton
Anawauk
Anoka
Arlington
Artichoke (Correll)
Ashland
Austin

B
Bass Lake
Bath Scandinavian (Clarks Grove, Riceland)
Baudette
Beaver Creek (company)
Bemidji
Blackberry (Feeley)
Blue Earth City (Jo Davies)
Brainerd
Brookville (Morgan, Redwood Falls)
Brooklyn Center – Hispanic Company
Brooklyn Center – Kenyan Community
Brooklyn Park – The Edge Christian Worship Center
Brush Creek (Wells)
Buffalo
Buford
Burbank
Byron

C
Cambridge
Canby
Chisago Lake Swedish
Clarks Grove Scandinavian (Riceland, Bath)
Cleveland
Concord (Dodge Center)
Corinna (company)
Crookston
Crow Wing
Crystal – Source of Life Russion Company

D
Dassel
Deerfield (Medford)
Detroit Lakes
Dodge Center (Concord)
Duluth
Dundas (Faribault)

E
East Hutchinson (Hutchinson)
Enterprise
Excelsior – Westview

F
Fair Haven
Fairmont
Fargo
Faribault (Dundas)
Feeley (Blackberry)
Fergus Falls (Pebble Lake)
Fridley – Northeast Hispanic Group

G
Geneva
Gilchrist (closed)
Golden Gate (closed)
Graham Lake
Grand Marais Company
Grand Meadow
Grand Rapids
Granite Falls
Greenwood Prairie
Grove Lake

H
Hackensack
Herman
Heron Lake (closed)
Hibbing
High Forest (Pleasant Grove, Stewartville)
Hinckley
Home
Hopkins – Maranatha Company
Hopkins – Source of Life Russian Company
Hutchinson (East Hutchinson)

I
International Falls
Irving
Isanti Swedish

J
Jo Davies (Blue Earth City)
Joy

K
Karlstad
Kasota (company)
Kenyon
Kingston
Koronis (Manannah)

L
Lake Ellen
Lake Johanna
Lamberton (closed)
LeCenter
Litchfield
Litchfield Swedish
Littlefork
Lower Sioux Agency

M
Manannah (Koronis)
Mankato
Mansfield
Mantorville
Maple Grove – Pathways
Maple Plain
Marshall Company
Medford (Deerfield)
Meriden Danish (Steele Center)
Minneapolis – All Nations
Minneapolis – Ebenezer Fellowship
Minneapolis – First
Minneapolis – Hispanic
Minneapolis – Korean
Minneapolis – Oromo
Minneapolis – Southview
Minnetonka
Monticello
Morgan (Brookville, Redwood Falls)
Moorhead
Moose Lake – Christ Our Righteousness

N
New Auburn
New Hartford
New Haven
New London Company
North Kingston
Northome

O
Oak Springs
Oakes (company)
Oronoco (Pine Island)
Otranto
Owatonna

P, Q
Park Rapids
Pebble Lake (Fergus Falls)
Pine Island (Oronoco)
Pipestone
Pleasant Grove (High Forest, Stewartville)
Plymouth – Maranatha SDA Company
Plymouth – United Group

R
Red Wing
Red Wing – Hispanic
Redwood Falls (Brookville, Morgan)
Riceland Scandinavian (Clarks Grove, Bath)
Richfield – Hispanic Company
Rochester
Rochester – Hispanic Company
Round Grove
Round Prairie

S
Sauk Centre (closed)
Sauk Rapids – Countryside Christian Center
Shakopee – Renew Community
Shakopee – Hispanic Company
St. Cloud
St. James – Hispanic Company
St. Paul – Capital Fellowship
St. Paul – Eastside
St. Paul – Eastside Hmong Group
St. Paul – First
St. Paul – South St. Paul Hispanic
Staples
Steele Center Danish (Meriden)
Stewartville (High Forest, Pleasant Grove)
Stillwater
Swedish, Grant County (company)

T
Tenhassen
Thief River Falls
Thief River Falls – Open Arms

U, V
Union Lakes (company)

W, X, Y, Z
Wadena
Warroad
Wells (Brush Creek)
West Union
Williams
Willmar – Hispanic Company
Windom
Winona
Worthington – Hispanic Group
Wrightstown