EFCA North Central District
We are interdependent churches, working together to plant, grow, and mobilize healthy churches so every Minnesotan will live under the influence of a healthy church.
A healthy church is a church where God's Word is at the core of their beliefs, where they intentionally develop leaders, plant other churches, and show love and regard for one another, as well as Seekers.
Community Emergency Service
Community Emergency Service (CES) is a non-profit crisis relief and empowerment ministry that first and foremost glorifies Jesus Christ and extends His love to those in the inner city of South Minneapolis. Through prayer support, direct aid relief, advocacy, referral, and counsel, CES seeks to strengthen families and individuals during times of crisis in order to move them beyond the crisis to financial stability, emotional health, and spiritual strength and growth.
National Association of Evangelicals
The National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) is a voluntary association of individuals, denominations, churches, schools and organizations comprised of approximately 43,000 congregations nationwide from 50 member denominations and individual congregations from an additional 27 denominations, as well as several hundred independent churches.
Outpost Ministries has existed for over twenty-nine years to help the sexually and relationally broken find healing and restoration through relationship with Jesus Christ.
Outpost was formed to meet the needs of men and women who have made a decision to break away from the gay life. We strive to deal with individuals as a whole people, not merely sexual beings, offering teaching, encouragement and support.
Outpost emphasizes obedience to God's Word, which begins the healing process. As we grow in our submission to Christ we also grow into friendship with Him. It is in relationship with Christ that we are healed and transformed.
Salem Evangelical Free Church
Pastor Vidal Quevedo serves at Salem Evangelical Free Church in Minneapolis. The church, located in the Powderhorn-Phillips neighborhood, ministers among the urban poor in a multi-cultural community.
Transform Minnesota is a regional evangelical network of churches, and is a member of the National Association of Evangelicals.
Mission & Vision
Our purpose is to extend the Gospel of Jesus and His kingdom throughout Minnesota by connecting and organizing evangelicals. Building networks for shared learning, cooperative ministry and multiplying the impact of evangelicals are the primary ways Transform Minnesota works to carry out its mission.
Transform Minnesota also provides leadership and administrative support to three direct-service compassion affiliate ministries: Damascus Way Reentry Center serving ex-offenders; New Life Family Services providing pregnancy support services and serving single mothers; and Arrive Ministries empowering churches to restore the lives of refugee and immigrant families.