Emmaus Road Reformed Church

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

Love the Lord · Love the Flock · Love the Lost

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Pastor’s Blog

Do you feel like an irritable Oscar the Grouch this Thanksgiving?

“Love is not irritable.” (1 Corinthians 13:5).  “To be irritable is to be in a constant countdown for a temperamental blast-off.  It is to have your insides coiled, ready to spring into fury.  The spiritual membranes of an irritable person are inflamed; the slightest friction sends a surge of pain through his system.”  ‘In other words, the love inside of our hearts can be padlocked, whereas our anger often has a hair trigger.  Irritability can be expressed through deep sighs, rolled eyes, a sharpened tone, gritted teeth, or prolonged discussions on how someone else messed everything up….coming from a heart that says “I want, but I don’t have” (James 4:1-2).

Irritability can come from sinking our deepest joy into good circumstances and cooperative people, and when these things are not delivered on the same day, we become angry.  Irritability can come from losing a spiritual perspective that allows us to multiply reasons to be grateful even in the midst of difficulty.  A heart that knows that somebody loves them finds ample reasons for thanksgiving and thus results in a joyful demeanor, knowing that God’s love and grace in Christ are the ultimate source of our joy, not the people or circumstances that surround us.  Yet once we lose this gratitude and joy and become irritable, we begin to resemble Sesame Street’s “Grouch” character more that we do our own Savior.  Love is not irritable.”

-Pastor Clay Werner, On the Brink: Grace for the Burned-Out Pastor, pg. 89.