Elim Church

Recent News

Elim Shelter and COVID-19

Below is a letter from Pastor Paul to the Elim Community. A  Star Tribune Article here was published today. Elim's building remains closed to the general public however we still livestream from our sanctuary every Sunday at 10:30am on facebook.com/elimchurchmpls. Monica Nilsson the director of the shelter posted an article here.  Hello Elim ...

Journey to the Cross – Holy Week Schedule

Below you will find a schedule for Holy Week - Journey to the Cross. All events have been moved online to Facebook video. Streamed events can be found at Facebook.com/elimchurchmpls/live.  In addition we will be celebrating communion on Easter Sunday, April 12th. Please pick up your pre-packaged communion cups and ...

Join us online! March 23-30 Update

Elim Church Family, Join us Online - We are NOT hosting in-person worship at Elim Church this Sunday March 30th. I believe this honors our commitment to love our neighbor as we have determined that we can't meet together and guarantee "spatial distancing" measures that would prevent the spread of this worldwide ...

Pastor Paul Lent Thoughts

#lentpost #22 Mar 24 To gather or not to gather, is that the question? I've been scouring the internet looking for ways Christian leaders are responding to this crisis. Yes -- there are some who are still meeting. One in particular caught my attention as the preacher compared their local government leader's call to stop ...

Temporary Relief Shelter Announcement

Dear neighbors and greater Northeast community, Guided by core values of hospitality, compassion and love for all people, Elim Church and Strong Tower Parish have been in communication about how to better serve women and men facing homelessness. Elim has operated a volunteer led cold-weather shelter for men, as we are ...

Advent/Christmas Events 2019

During the season of Advent, we celebrate the birth of Jesus. This is a special time of community sharing, wonder and adoration. Join us as we gather around the Christ child in worship and adoration to our savior! Nov 24 - No Sunday Connections Nov 28th - No Thanksgiving Service/Hope Avenue Meal ...

Homelessness and Envision Update 11.11.19

The response of Elim church to the growing homelessness issue is two fold. Hope Avenue is a ministry at Elim Church that seeks to meet the immediate needs of those experiencing homelessness in our community. Sunday mornings meet from 7:15-10am, and a drop-in center is run by Tasks Unlimited on ...
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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