Connect leaders • Biblical solutions • Equip churches • Transform communities
Begun in 1965 as the Greater Minnesota Association of Evangelicals (GMAE), we believe that we can do more together than we can alone. Read more about our history.
As a broad and diverse network of churches, ministries and individuals, Transform Minnesota facilitates connections between evangelicals to exchange ideas and ministry resources. Representing nearly 1/3 of the state’s Christians; from the small church in rural Minnesota to the large suburban congregation in the Twin Cities, Transform Minnesota acts as a convener to connect and equip the Church.
Through connection and collaboration, Transform Minnesota helps evangelical churches and leaders across many denominations to advance the Gospel of Jesus in their communities. We bring together church leaders, ministries and individuals across denominations and cultures in order to provide a stronger, more diverse—and unified—voice on pivotal cultural, religious and social issues, including a biblical view of marriage, religious liberty, immigration reform, reconciliation efforts and legislative policy.
Centered on Biblical beliefs, Transform Minnesota provides a neutral, shared platform where evangelicals can wrestle with critical and important issues facing our community, and collaborate to develop and apply Biblical solutions.
By delivering high-quality conferences, publications, trainings and seminars, Transform Minnesota provides practical resources that help equip the Church to transform the state. Building partnerships, pooling resources and exchanging ideas strengthen all of us. When we do this effectively and strategically, we are more successful in our mission to glorify Christ and see His Kingdom expand in Minnesota and beyond.
Transform Minnesota provides these resources and opportunities through our initiatives, click each logo to learn more:
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Our Affiliate Ministries carry on this vision of transforming the state by specifically focusing on vulnerable populations: