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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.



A safe comfortable place for parents and children to be surrounded with loving community.


A place where kids develop an understanding of Jesus' love, and live it out joyfully.

Weekly information and "home work" is posted here to keep you informed. 

Disciple groups

One of the first steps in connecting at The Gallery is Disciple Groups. A Disciple Group consists of 6-8 people who meet to:

  • Pray
  • Learn
  • Serve

with one another.


A new group that explores what it means to be a disciple, and extending the togetherness and concepts from morning into a small group setting.  Meets every other week in the north metro. 

LEADER | Brad & Jill Kindall
WHO | Open to anyone
WHEN | Every other Wednesday at 6:30pm
WHERE |Meets at Chris and Emily’s house in Roseville Minnesota


A mixed group with several families with children, focused on exploring discipleship and closer relationships with one another. This group meets every other week  in South Maplewood. 

LEADER | Amanda and Josh Whiting
WHO | Open to anyone
WHEN | Every other Wednesday at 7:00pm
WHERE | Maplewood


Joey and Pearl's group. Meets weekly. More info TBD. 

LEADERS | Joey and Pearl Cavalier
WHO | Open to anyone
WHEN | Every Wednesday at 6:30
WHERE | South Saint Paul


A mixed age group that likes to explore books and studies, go to Christian themed and Bible-based movies and other Christian activities in the community. Meets weekly on Summit Avenue in Saint Paul.

LEADERS | Doug Strandness
WHO | Open to anyone
WHEN | Mondays at 6PM
WHERE | Saint Paul 

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Prayer + Care

Prayer Requests

We believe we've been called to be:

  • A house of prayer

  • A place for the hurting

  • A home for healing

Prayer is foundational to The Gallery. We believe that community prayer connects people to people and God to all of us.

We love openness. We respect privacy. Prayer requests can be handled in 3 different ways;

  • OpenOur entire church, including the Prayer Ministry and Pastoral Staff, can lift up your prayers.
  • Prayer Ministry A volunteer group of prayer warriors that are committed to serving our community.
  • Pastoral Staff Only Some things you may not be willing to put out in the open, we understand.

Prayer Ministry

Jesus says in Matthew 22:37-39 - "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind...and love your neighbor as yourself"

At the Gallery, prayer is one way that we can express that love for God and for each other.  It is all about relationships.  With that in mind we are starting the Canvas Project Prayer Ministry.

The goal of the Canvas Project is to connect prayers with pray-ers.  Each week we collect prayers from those inside and outside of our community and deliver them to our prayer ministry team.  The prayer ministry team members commit to spending time in prayer each week - lifting the community prayer requests and praises to God with expectant hearts.

If you want to join our prayer ministry, please sign up. 

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Pastoral CARE

Pastoral Care is an ancient model of emotional and spiritual support that can be found in many cultures and traditions. It has been described in our modern context as individual and corporate patience in which trained pastoral carers support people in their pain, loss and anxiety, and their triumphs, joys and victories.


The Gallery believes our mentors should come from all over the world--every nation, tribe, and tongue. 

Tammi Biggs lives in Santiago de los Caballeros in the Dominican Republic serving as a Project Missionary for The Gallery’s denomination-the Evangelical Covenant Church . Tammi serves as a liaison between churches wanting to serve alongside ministry partners in the Caribbean. 


Tammy currently links teams in the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Haiti, and Taiwan providing training and resourcing for churches that want to learn more about how to partner in cross-cultural ministry in healthy ways.

It is The Gallery’s intention to create ministry partnerships in the Dominican Republic and Haiti with Tammi as our guide. A portion of every Gallery financial offering goes to support Tammi in her ministry. 


Fundamental to the Gallery's mission is putting on the servants towel and washing the feet of others. Here are several ways you can live out the mission both inside and outside our doors.

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Domestic Violence

If you are living in the midst of domestic violence, The Gallery has an advocate who can come alongside you and point you to help. All contact is confidential.