our history

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!

Who We are

Our church is a more than just a place to go or an event to attend; we are a community of people who have been changed by the love of God and want to change our community in response. It's our desire to make known the good news of God's love within our own congregation as well as outside the walls in our community. Following the model of Jesus, it's the heart of our church to love those around us by meeting their needs, sharing our lives, and offering them the life-changing grace of the Christian faith. We believe that it's the gospel of Christ that truly changes people, and those people are the ones who change the world. We would love to welcome you into our community and walk alongside you to serve those around us in the name of Jesus.

What we seek to do

Jesus' call to the disciples in Matthew is the same call He gives to the church today. And it is this mission that drives our church today—to share the Gospel and make disciples. Drawing on the words and deeds of Jesus as our example, we want to love, serve, and lead the people of our community as we point them toward relationship with the God who wants to love, serve, and lead them for eternity.