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55 Victoria St N
St Paul, MN, 55104


A community of people seeking to love God and each other in the manner of Jesus--regardless of race, gender, creed, past, present, politics or anything else.



If you spend some time at the Gallery, you'll hear this phrase a lot: "When you know who you are, you'll know what to do." Following Jesus starts with an identity and moves out from that place.



Love. Listen. Respond. (repeat)


Jesus was clear: the whole of God's law can be summed up in 2 commandments - love God, love others (even our enemies!). Everything we do at The Gallery springs from these two most important commands. Jesus was clear: "Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God. Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God." 1 John 4:7


The first act of love is listening. If we do not listen to God and each other, we do not understand love. Thankfully, we worship a God who still speaks through His word, His creation, His Spirit, and His people. Our mission is to hear the voice of God as we serve.


If our loving and listening do not turn into action, then we have not really heard nor have we truly loved. The Gallery exists to enact God's word through His Spirit and His people. 


Our mission cannot be lived out once. We will forever be loving, listening, and responding to God and those made in His image. This mission is our now, our tomorrow, and our forever. 


The Gallery is a multi-cultural community of imperfect people finding their identity in Christ. We are committed to prayerfully listening to God, passionately participating in His grace-filled work through creative worship, discipleship, and servanthood.

We live out this calling by loving God, ourselves, each other, and all creation in the manner of Jesus. We call this reconciled life - living God's masterpiece.

Love. Listen. Respond. (repeat)



Noah Hormann | lead pastor

The Gallery has been in a pastoral transition but is pleased to announce that we have called Noah to join our community. He will begin serving as our Lead Pastor at the beginning of 2017.

Noah believes that through practicing and proclaiming God's good work, in God's good world, the church has unique resources and opportunities to engage our culture and help people flourish. He and his wife, Ali, have been married since May, 2008. They have two incredible little boys: Soren & Jude and a third baby due this spring. You can find Noah playing with his sons, spending time outdoors, drinking coffee, and learning how to build guitars.


Amanda Whiting | Ministry DIRECTOR

Coffee enthusiast, gardening optimist, blogger, wife, mother to three young girls, and an adoptive parent to be. Amanda is passionate about connecting people within ministry and has a heart for creating authentic connections.


Paul Nyhuis | care pastor

Paul is a licensed minister who has been doing pastoral care since 2001.   His role includes visitation and mentoring.  He is also a volunteer pastor at the Dakota County Jail.



Chris Gitzel | Worship Leader

Christopher has a heart for leading people in authentic worship experiences.  When he’s not playing music at The Gallery or around venues in Minneapolis he can be found with his wife, Brooke, and their soon-arriving child doing some sort of adventurous activity or watching Netflix, preparing his motorcycle for a ride, or sitting outside, pipe in hand, drinking freshly roasted coffee and appreciating the beauty of nature.


Quest is a native of Saint Paul's Rondo community and a graduate of Central High School. Prior to heading the Masterpiece Project, Quest was a lead the Young Life St. Paul youth program.




The reconciling work of Jesus informs our very existence. Because God was in Christ reconciling the world to Himself, we seek to live out that reconciliation with God, ourselves, others, and the the rest of the world.


The reconciling work of Jesus brings God and people together as a reflection of the Father, Son and Spirit. We seek to live in the unity intended by God from the beginning.


The Church exists for the world and not for herself; therefore, we seek to serve those around us in the manner of Christ through word and deed as an expression of God’s love for all humanity.  This includes volunteering, (inside and outside the church) mentoring, visiting, praying and listening.


The image of our creator God has been placed within us. Therefore, we seek to give voice to the creativity implanted within us, and we seek to use that creativity for His glory in our daily lives and in our worship gatherings. 


The reconciling work of Christ knows no inequality between gender or race; therefore, we seek to be a community of racial and gender reconciliation.


The good news of God’s kingdom impacts every area of a person's life and culture. We reject unfounded categories that divide the world into uniquely sacred or purely secular. God is redeeming all of creation through Jesus.

The Church Worldwide

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