Emmaus Road Reformed Church

ANOUNCEMENT FOR SUMMER 2015:
  • From June 7 through August 30 we will be meeting for Sunday morning worship at 10:30 am at Cedar Ridge Elementary (8905 Braxton Dr, Eden Prairie).
  • From June 7 through August 30 we will have a time of discipleship for the men and women on Sunday mornings from 9:10 to 10:10 am at Cedar Ridge

About Us

We are a Christian Church that believes in the Bible. We hold fast to "the faith that was once and for all delivered to the saints" (Jude 3). We confess and believe all that is taught in the Old and New Testaments, which are the inspired, inerrant, and infallible word of God. We summarize Scriptural teaching regarding the holy Trinity and Christ in the Ancient Ecumenical Creeds. We also confess the Three Forms of Unity.
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We are a Reformed, confessional church in Minneapolis, MN, affirming the great principles of the Reformation: Scripture alone, Christ alone, Grace alone, Faith alone, and Glory to God alone.

When & Where?

Meeting on Sunday mornings for services:
Cedar Ridge Elementary School
8905 Braxton Dr
Eden Prairie, MN

Sunday School: 9:10 AM (September through May)

Worship Service: 10:30 AM

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Email me, or Call (612) 751-2096

Pastor’s Blog

Is God a priority in your life?

“It is one of the defining marks of Our Time that God is now weightless. I do not mean by this that He is ethereal but rather that He has become unimportant. He rests upon the world so inconsequentially as not to be noticeable…. Those who assure the pollsters of their belief in God’s existence may nonetheless consider Him less interesting than television, His commands less authoritative than their appetites for affluence and influence, His judgments less compelling than the advertisers’ sweet fog of flattery and lies. That is weightlessness. It is a condition we have assigned Him after having nudged Him out to the periphery of our secularized life.”
-David Wells, “God in the Wasteland”