Elim Church

Recent News

Elim’s Cold Weather Shelter Is Now Closed

With the temperatures dropping to subzero, Elim is opening our gymnasium as an emergency shelter for 30 men experiencing homelessness to provide safety, shelter, and a good night's sleep. The Shelter is now closed.  If you have any questions, please e-mail Pastor Becky at  or call/text 612-709-0326. Thank you so much!!

Pastoral Letter on Capitol Violence (Jan 6)

this letter was written by Pastor Paul on the day of Epiphany, Jan 6 during the protest, riot and violent clash at our nations capitol building. A prayer zoom call was held that evening. Dear Church, Today at the Federal Capitol in Washington D.C. our lawmakers, media and capitol police became under ...

COVID-19 Response December 2020

Re: Back to Phase 1 with some modifications | COVID-19 Response Hello Elim Church, Advent is a season of waiting, hope, and expectation. Those three ideas apply to our situation now more than ever. We wait and endure through this season of difficulty and trial listening for God's still small voice to give ...

10 Days of Gratitude – Video Devotionals

Our staff have recorded daily video devotionals from now until Thanksgiving. Join us for 10 Days of Gratitude! #gratitude #thankful Playlist of all 10 Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzQQIFMaBuPMc_NRGKou_pIUCT3qETZnt   Day 10 (Thanksgiving Day) : Is There Any Good News in 2020? Pastor Becky Hanson - Pastor of Congregational Care and Hope Avenue https://youtu.be/H14i0hinkeg   Day 9: Give Thanks & ...

5 Writings by Black Christians Every American Christian Should Read

by Pastor Paul Stephen Olson I write this as a white man: Black lives, black stories, black philosophies, black theologies, and black traditions matter. I think most people would agree with that statement in theory. "Black Lives Matter" the statement is as unassailable as "Jesus Loves Me". But when we want ...
Sunday Morning

Elim is in ‘Phase 2(c)‘, hosting our service live online and in-person with precautions to slow the spread of COVID-19. 

10:00am – Worship (mask is optional)
Live Online Site: Facebook.com/elimchurchmpls

7:15-9:45am – Hope Avenue (13th Ave Sidewalk) a ministry to those experiencing homelessness

Our Sunday service lasts about 60 minutes and features a blend of contemporary and traditional songs (with projected lyrics), announcements, prayers, as well as a 25-30 minute biblical message from one of our pastors.

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