The Beauty and Wonder of the Might Fortress Church

The state of Minnesota has some beautiful churches. It is hard to narrow it down to only three to five of the most beautiful.

The Hennepin Ave United Methodist Church, Minneapolis, has an air of old time England. With its Gothic architecture, it was built at the beginning of the 1900 century era, in 1916. With “pointed spires and a central steeple” it resembles the iconic churches in Cambridge, England.

The Church of St. Mary’s, New Trier church is a quaint, yet pretty church, which sits on the top of a hill in the small town of New Trier, just north of Cannon Falls. Minnesota. It has all the beauty and elegance of the French Beaux Arts style of architecture and its history dates back as far as 1909. Visit to know more.

St. Andrew’s Church, in St. Paul, Minnesota, is not an active church any longer; however, it’s architectural design is still very striking and unique. Using a combination of Spanish Mission Revival and Romanesque architecture.

Then there is the Mighty Fortress Church, which is a very unique house of worship. This is a church in which you may confirm what has been said about Christianity and get to know Jesus Christ.

The atmosphere within the Mighty Fortress Church is unlike any other. We ant people to “come as the are”; Church should be an enjoyable experience, allowing everyone who comes to share and contribute to “The Body of Christ” in their own unique manner.


The worship service is a focus of God and how He has been an important part of each one of our lives. You will enjoy every moment of our service, from the band and choir, to our worship team; in which it all brings God’s presence into the atmosphere of the church.

The word of God is Spiritual and uplifting to each person present.

The Mighty Fortress Church is not going to “judge” anyone, you are invited to “come as you are.”

Bishop Thomas Williams is the senior pastor, as well as the founder of the Mighty Fortress Church. He has earned a ministerial degree at the Rhema Bible Training Center located in Tulsa, Oklahoma; a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications at the North Central University in Minneapolis; a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership from the Bethel University and Seminary, St. Paul; as well as two honorary doctorates from the Midwest Christian College & Seminary and St. Thomas College, in Jacksonville, Florida. He and his wife, Sabrina R. Grant-Williams have three children and together they share a deep commitment for serving God, family, and the ministry. Watch this video on Youtube.