Emmaus Road Reformed Church


We are once again meeting for Sunday morning worship at 10:30 am at Eden Lake Elementary School at 12000 Anderson Lakes Parkway, Eden Prairie. Sunday School for all ages meets at 9:10 am.

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:
Eden Lake Elementary School
12000 Anderson Lakes Parkway
Eden Prairie, MN

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

Worship Service: 10:30 AM

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Pastor’s Blog

“The power of attraction” of God’s Word

“The Word of God, moreover, when studied attentively, has also an indescribable power of attraction. It fills the mind with the clearest ideas of heavenly truth. Its method of teaching is distinguished by purity, solidity, certainty, and the absence of the least mixture of error. It soothes the mind with an ineffable sweetness — it satisfies the hunger and thirst of sacred knowledge with flowing brooks of honey and butter — it penetrates, by its irresistible power, into the inmost recesses of the heart — it imprints its testimony on the mind so firmly and immovably, that the believing soul rests upon it with as much security as if it had been carried up to the third heaven, and had heard it directly from God’s mouth — it moves all the affections, and, exhaling in every line the most delightful odor of sanctity, breathes it into the soul of the pious reader, even although he perhaps does not reach the full meaning of all that he peruses.”

-Herman Witsius

As originally posted by Shane Lems, The Reformed Reader. Original source: Herman Witsius, On the Character of the True Divine, page 19.