The Episcopal Church of Minnesota is a multi-cultural community of congregations that reflects the diverse ethnic realities of Minnesota, where all congregations are empowered to have a shared voice within a culture of mutual accountability. Given the increasing populations of immigrants through the state, there are numerous opportunities before us to develop ethnic-specific as well as multi-cultural congregations. Below are some of Minnesota’s congregations helping to achieve this goal.
El Santo Niño Jesús
El Santo Niño Jesús is a resilient community of faith serving the Spanish speaking population of the Twin Cities as well as those interested in joining a Spanish-speaking faith community. Its core leadership functions in ways similar to a Total Ministry team and it has been a hub for other forms of ministry to Spanish speaking immigrants. The Rev. Susan Moss serves as Vicar and the Rev. Néptali Rodríguez serves as assistant vicar. For more information, visit santonino-mn.org
Worship is held primarily in Spanish at 12pm on Sundays.
Holy Apostles is the church where Hmong, white, African, Latin, and Native American Christians try to love and live together in the One Body of Christ. They are the church that carries on in the teaching of the Holy Apostles themselves, in the breaking of bread together, and in prayer. They are the people who seek to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God.Take part some time at Holy Apostles as our selves, the Bible, ancient Tradition, and Reason come together in our worship and service. For more information, visit www.holyapostles-stpaul.org
Worship is held in English at 9am and in Hmong at 11am on Sundays.
San Jose Obrero
La Misión el San Jose Obrero serves Latino-American migrants who work at the Seneca Plant in Montgomery, Minnesota during the summer months. Episcopalians support this ministry of hospitality by organizing two Eucharists and a meal every Sunday during corn and pea pack at the plant. In 2008 our Diocesan Convention welcomed San Jose Obrero as a Special Mission of the Diocese of Minnesota.
Worship is held in Spanish during the summer months on Sunday evenings.
Building a caring, nurturing, safe Christian community, giving immigrants and all who come a sense of belonging in Jesus Christ. St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church is a multicultural/interracial parish that has a long-standing tradition of a warm and kind hospitality to all. If you are looking for a church, rest assured that you have a place at St. Andrew’s. For more information, visit standrewsepiscopalch.org
Worship is held primarily in English at 10 am on Sundays.