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!
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.
Celebrate Recovery: The purpose of the Celebrate Recovery group is to provide a safe and healing place where acceptance is the norm; to receive loving affirmation and recovery from our hurts, habits and hang-ups.
- Hurts: Are an emotional reaction to another person’s behavior or to a disturbing situation (abuse, abandonment, codependency, divorce, relationship issue, etc.)
- Habits: An addiction to someone or something (alcohol, drugs, food, gambling, sex, shopping, smoking, etc.)
- Hang-Ups: A negative mental attitude that is used to cope with people or adversity (anger, depression, fear, unforgiveness, etc.)
There is no contact information available for the Celebrate Recovery Group. Current meeting information: The group meets for dinner at 6pm and then go to the Stockton Community Center for a meeting. The group separates into two groups – one for women and one for men.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Winona was erected in 1889, with the Church of St. Thomas (constructed in 1868) serving as the first pro-cathedral.
The Parish of St. Casimir was established on Christmas Day, 1905 to minister to the Polish residents of West Winona. It still occupies its original combination church/school building at 624 West Broadway.
The present Cathedral of the Sacred Heart building was constructed in 1952 to serve as the Cathedral to the Diocese of Winona at 360 Main Street. Cathedral also provides support and worship space for the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Newman Center at Winona State University.
The Parishes of St. Casimir and Cathedral of the Sacred Heart were merged into a cluster in 2007.
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A masjid (central mosque) and activity center. Various prayer times and activities.
We are God’s partially faithful, yet wonderfully gifted people. Together we are called to heal, educate and connect all our brothers and sisters to our loving and forgiving God. We believe that this call comes to us in Baptism, and is nourished through the Word, Eucharist, and works of mercy and caring.
Centered in the gospel of Jesus Christ, loved and forgiven by God, and energized by the Holy Spirit to love and serve others. They welcome questions, embrace paradox and the complex nature of faith, and celebrate unity in Christ through weekly worship and communion.
To worship God through lives of prayer, praise, thanksgiving, witness, and service. We strive to carry out Christ’s Great Commission by reaching out to all people and to serve in response to God’s love to meet human needs: care for the sick and aged, nurture children and youth, to advocate justice for all people and to work for peace. We work to nurture our own members so we can all grow in faith. We strive to instill a sense of appreciation for our congregation’s history and for our geographical setting in a unique place in God’s creation.
Central Lutheran Church is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. This congregation includes a child care center that serves the community with full-time care for infants through school age children. They also provide a community meal on Wednesday nights as well as worship and learning opportunities throughout the week.
The Feast is a Wednesday community meal, which is served from 4:45-6 pm. They serve around 250 people each Wednesday night. The meal is open to all in the community, and the cost is “pay as you can”. A wide variety of people come to The Feast. Those who serve at The Feast enjoy being with a truly diverse crowd of people and getting to know those who serve as well as the guests. New volunteers are paired with experienced volunteers on teams, and cooking happens on a flexible schedule between Tuesday and Wednesday. This is a meal that makes a difference – one guest said, “This is the only time I get to eat with other people. It’s the best part of my week.” Volunteers will delight in seeing college students, senior citizens, parents and children gathered at a table and sharing conversation as they share a meal, knowing that this is a sign of a healthy community.
Food safety training is offered regularly, and all volunteers who handle food are asked to take the training once in their first three months.
Faith Lutheran Mission:
We are called to make disciples
We INVITE our friends, our neighbors and one another to experience and share God’s transforming love.
We HELP each other grow in faith.
We SEND ourselves into the world to serve according to the example of Jesus.
The Lutheran Campus Center is a ministry serving the students and staff of Winona State University, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, and Minnesota State College—Southeast Technical. They strive to communicate the Christian message of the gospel in fresh ways that bear witness to God’s amazing grace. They are sensitive to the unique needs of those on campus and are ready to engage young adults facing the most pressing challenges of their academic lives.
The Lutheran Campus Center reaches out to ALL who teach and learn, inviting them to experience the joys of serving God and neighbor.
The Lutheran Campus Center is a ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (the ELCA), and is supported by the congregations and organizations of the Southeastern Minnesota Synod, alumni, and friends.
Redeemer is a servant community where people experience and grow in a relationship with Jesus Christ by faith, in order that all people be blessed with God’s grace.
Also providing preschool programs which coincide with the public school calendar for children 33 months – five years.
St. Martin’s Lutheran Church has a rich history that dates back to when it was founded in 1856. The church continues to thrive over 150 years later. It also has a K-8 elementary school and offers a half day program for prekindergarten 3 and 4 year olds for parents that want to help their children receive a Christ-centered education at an affordable price. Over half of every student’s annual tuition is paid for by the church.
Trinity Ev. Lutheran Church is a member of the joint Ministry of Lutheran Pioneer Ridgeriders, along with Grace Ev. Lutheran Church, Ridgeway (Dakota) MN, St. John Ev. Lutheran Church, Nodine (Dakota) MN, and St. Luke Ev. Lutheran Church, Pickwick (Winona) MN.
On May 23 2010 the congregations of McKinley UMC and Central UMC came together to worship at Windom Park in Winona, MN. It was their first worship together to begin the merging of the two congregations into one new “reborn” congregation. Over the next two years the mission statement of “Love God. Love People.” was formed and then on May 6 2012 the new name “Wesley United Methodist Church” was chosen for this reborn congregation.
In the fall of 2009 the church started a new program called “Souper Tuesday”. They started the program as an outreach to the people in the community who might need a hot meal to feed their bodies and/or fellowship to feed their souls. The meal is completely free and is one of the ways they try to practice the hospitality that Christ has shown.
Because we are unconditionally loved by God we are called to do the same in thought, word and deed with our family, Community and world.
Faith is developed through worship, prayer, and Christian Education. This prepares the congregation for local and global missions, community involvement, and spreading God’s good news to others. All people are welcome and encouraged to join this church family.
As a Christian church, Seventh-day Adventists are a faith community rooted in the beliefs described by the Holy Scriptures.