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Minnesota Grace Baptist Church
18928 Hwy 1 NE
Blackduck, MN 56630
We are a small country church preaching God's free & sovereign grace through Christ alone to all men. We are located about 38 miles North of Bemidji. Join us if you're in the area; call, write, or e-mail for directions.—Michael Pfleegor, Pastor


Landmark Misssionary Baptist Church
321 1/ Bush St
Red Wing MN 55066
Historic Baptist church holding to the Doctrines of Grace


Minnesota Valley Baptist Church
12575 Co. Rd 43
Chaska, MN 55318
MVBC is a Baptist church preaching the sovereign grace of God in salvation, holding firmly to the doctrines of grace commonly known as Calvinism. The Lord has been very gracious to MVBC, having formerly embraced Arminianism, quick prayerism, antinomianism, and a gospel of lasciviousness that rejects the necessity of the Lordship of Christ in salvation. The Lord brought MVBC to understand the doctrine of the perseverance of the saints, the total depravity and inability of man, being dead in trespasses and sins, and the necessity of regeneration to see or enter the kingdom of God, understanding that regeneration must precede repentance and faith. God in His grace caused MVBC to see the unity of the work of the Godhead in His unconditional election before the foundation of the world, the irresistible grace and effectual call of the Godhead, and the limited atonement and particular redemption of God?s elect which actually accomplished the redemption of His elect.


Providence Reformed Baptist Church
1010 E 58th St.
Minneapolis, MN 55417
Pastor: Stephen Nutter


Renewing Grace Fellowship
801 W Sixth St.
Winona, MN 55987
507. 459.8240


Still Waters Baptist Church
227 10th St NW, East Grand Forks, MN
Pastor:Kevin Sheridan
Assistant Pastor: Jon Church


Woodland Hills Bible Church
16205 Hwy 7
Minnetonka, MN  55345. 
We subscribe to the following historic creeds: the Apostle's Creed, the Nicene Creed, the Canons of Dordt, and the 1689 Confession (with exceptions).

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