Minier Assembly started as a home missions church in August 1971. The congregation of 17 met in the local grade school gymnasium. The original church was built and completed in 1972. By the end of that year, 50 people were attending. In 1979, our building expanded to include a new 250 seat sanctuary, Sunday School rooms, nursery, and offices. In 1991, a vision for church planting became reality when twenty-two of our own became the nucleus for a new congregation in nearby Bloomington.
Our Family Life Center became a reality in 1996 which included a gymnasium, kitchen, and dedicated youth facilities. Under the direction of Pastor Ron Marsiglio, we are currently renovating to add a new nursery space, classrooms, and expand our foyer which will include a coffee bar.
We have a long heritage of supporting missions and missionaries. Currently, we are supporting over 55 missionaries or missions programs on a monthly basis. Our kids and youth also enjoy giving to programs including BGMC and Speed The Light.
As our history grows, we will continue to strive for what God is calling us to. Is he telling you to come? Maybe you’re the next piece of our story.
We'd love to have you!