Churches

Many Minnesota Seventh-day Adventist churches were organized by German and/or Scandinavian immigrants – Swedes, Norwegians, and Danes. Other churches were organized by pioneers who had trekked across prairies to a land still wild and challenging, often bringing Adventist truths with them. Each one faced challenges and made sacrifices to create church sanctuaries and congregations that we take for granted today. As those early pioneers now sleep, awaiting the coming of their Savior, we descendants continue to share the truth of a loving Savior who will return for his children. It’s my hope that the stories of these churches and the pioneers who started them will warm your heart with the knowledge of God’s providential ways and lead you to a closer walk with Him.
Kathy Parker-Parke, Website Director

A
Aitken
Albert Lea
Alexandria – Lakes Area
Anoka
Arlington
Artichoke (Correll)
Austin

B
Baudette
Bemidji
Brainerd
Brookville (Morgan-Redwood Falls)
Brooklyn Center – Hispanic Company
Brooklyn Center – Kenyan Community
Brooklyn Park – The Edge Christian Worship Center
Buffalo

C
Cambridge
Crookston
Crystal – Source of Life Russion Company

D
Detroit Lakes
Dodge Center
Duluth

E
Excelsior – Westview

F
Fairmont
Fargo
Faribault
Fergus Falls – Pebble Lake
Fridley – Northeast Hispanic Group

G
Gilchrist (closed)
Grand Marais Company
Grand Rapids
Grand Rapids – Blackberry

H
Hackensack
Heron Lake (closed)
Hibbing
Hinckley
Hopkins – Maranatha Company
Hopkins – Source of Life Russian Company
Hutchinson

I
International Falls

J, K
Karlstad

L
Lamberton (closed)
LeCenter
Litchfield

M
Mankato
Maple Grove – Pathways
Maple Plain
Marshall Company
Minneapolis – All Nations
Minneapolis – Ebenezer Fellowship
Minneapolis – First
Minneapolis – Hispanic
Minneapolis – Korean
Minneapolis – Oromo
Minneapolis – Southview
Minnetonka
Morgan (Brookville-Redwood Falls)
Moorhead
Moose Lake – Christ Our Righteousness

N
New London Company
Northome

O
Owatonna

P, Q
Park Rapids
Pipestone
Plymouth – Maranatha SDA Company
Plymouth – United Group

R
Red Wing
Red Wing – Hispanic
Redwood Falls (Brookville-Morgan)
Richfield – Hispanic Company
Rochester
Rochester – Hispanic Company

S
Sauk Centre (closed)
Sauk Rapids – Countryside Christian Center
Shakopee – Renew Community
Shakopee – Hispanic Company
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
Stillwater

T, U, V
Thief River Falls
Thief River Falls – Open Arms

W, X, Y, Z
Wadena
Warroad
Williams (closed – did this become Baudette?)
Willmar – Hispanic Company
Windom
Winona
Worthington – Hispanic Group