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Mighty Fortress Church Provides A Spirited Sunday Service

MFI changes lives through authentic worship services and meaningful Biblical messages. One is encouraged to come as you are, believing all have something to offer. MFI is a multi-dimensional ministry, aided by band, choir and worship team, that believes the primary reason to worship is to receive God’s blessings through His Word.

Having attained a ministerial degree from Rhema Bible Training Center in Tulsa, a BA degree in Mass Communications from North Central University in Minneapolis, a Masters in Organizational Leadership from Bethel University and Seminary in St. Paul, as well as two Honorary Doctorate Degrees, Bishop Thomas R. Williams brings a 30 year history of ministry to Mighty Fortress Church. Bishop Williams founded MFI, located in Minneapolis, as a fundamental, Bible-teaching church which looks provide encouragement and empowerment to todays’ Christians. Learn more about Mighty Fortress Church at Crunchbase.

There are many churches in Minnesota. Highway Highlights has determined the 25 most beautiful churches in Minnesota. Among them are the three that follow.

With a mix of dark red, blue and yellow tiles scattered among the typical brick colored tiles, and a band of aqua just under the tower cross, the roof of St. Andrews Catholic church in St. Paul adds a unique touch to the brick church. Now serving as an art academy rather than a church, St. Andrews is a mix of Spanish Mission Revival and Romanesque architecture.

Near Mankato, in St. Peter, is the Church of the Holy Communion. It is a simple A-frame construction with three gabled eye dormer windows on either side of the sloping roof. Built in 1869, it was designed in Gothic style and built of local Kasota limestone. The door is a medieval-Gothic design and is painted a cheerful red. The building also has an open air style bell structure. Follow Mighty Fortress Church on

Atop Summit Hill, above downtown St. Paul, is the ornate Cathedral of St. Paul. Designed in French Renaissance and Classical styles, the cathedral was fashioned after Parisian churches and boasts a center dome reaching 186 feet. Having been built in the early 1900’s, the Cathedral of St. Paul is the third largest church in the States.


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