Church of St. Columba located in the St. Paul residential neighborhood was built in 1950 though it has a history that dates back to 1914. It comprises of a mix of French Norman-style and Deco/Modern architectural styles. It is built using Indiana limestone featuring a round steeple and beautiful modern interior. The Cathedral of St. Paul is also in St. Paul and is without question the epitome of beauty and aesthetic not only among churches but among other buildings in Minnesota as well. Located atop Summit Hill it displays its exquisite and structure built in the 1900s. It was designed after French churches and featuring Classical and French Renaissance themes, with a dome towering 186 feet high. Follow Mighty Fortress Church on Facebook.
Lakewood Memorial Chapel, Minneapolis is a replica of Hagia Sophia dome in Istanbul, Turkey. The chapel boasts a 65 feet high dome, stained glass windows, marble colored mosaics with gold and silver fused glass. Basilica of St. Stanislaus, Winona was built in 1893 and was influenced by Polish Cathedral style from the 1800s polish immigrants. It is red-brick in color, has a big central dome and detailed stained glass windows. First Unitarian Church, Duluth is a little Tudor-style beauty made of timber, stucco framework and black granite featuring a blocky four square turret and stained glass windows.
Mighty Fortress Church and Ministries was founded by Bishop Williams who serves as the church’s senior pastor. Mighty Fortress International (MFI) Ministries is a manifold and multidisciplinary church with interests in supports groups and outreach works. MFI is famed for being a powerful instruction preaching center, opening revelations, true worship methods which are inclusive of all cultures, age groups, social and ethnic groups. The church focuses on reconciliation message using the Word of God to reach for family, community, and church.
Bishop Williams is a graduate of Rhema Bible Training Center in ministry and has a Mass Communication bachelor degree from North Central University in Minneapolis. He is married to Sabrina R. Grant and together they have three children. He has an Organizational Leadership Master degree from Bethel University and Seminary in addition to two Honorary Doctorate Degrees. View the interactive map at minneapolisnorthwest.com.