Be In Community
Be On Mission
Community Bible Church is a group of people whose purpose is to love God by loving and serving each other, growing in faith, and engaging the community with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. They meet together on Sunday Mornings at 10:00am.
First Congregational Church of Winona, United Church of Christ, is dedicated to the freedom and responsibility of the individual soul. They welcome all. They nurture spiritual growth. They encourage personal inquiry.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Winona warmly welcomes everyone: families, friends, community members, visitors and students attending Winona State University, St. Mary’s University, and Minnesota State – Southeast Technical. You will always find a warm church family at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Winona. God’s unfailing love for us never changes.
Listen, Proclaim, Serve, Celebrate
Sunday services start at 6PM they are infused with vibrant worship, prayer, and challenging messages so you are sure to feel right at home. Realizing that life is full of stresses, surprises, and stuff, making sure that Biblically based relevant messages are always a part of the 60–75 minute services. You’ll certainly take something valuable home with you!
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Winona (UUFW) is affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Association of North America and is an ethical and liberal religious community dedicated to promoting the ongoing search for truth and to affirming the inherent worth of the individual.
Calgary Baptist Church refers to itself as “a friendly church with a message of hope.” They are not here to condemn your past, but to help move forward into the future. At Calvary Baptist Church you will find a loving church family who is concerned with your relationship with Jesus Christ. Calvary Baptist Church stands without apology as a fundamental, independent Baptist Church. They are traditional and conservative in their music.
All Are One Church is an inclusive Roman Catholic parish. It is our ongoing desire to create and nurture a parish where all are welcome regardless of age, gender, marital status, sexual orientation or religion. The language used in our liturgies is inclusive for both God and people. We strive to practice what we preach, especially through social justice outreach, and challenge each other to become better people of God. All are welcome at the communion table!