Our church began meeting in 2012, and a lot has changed for us over the years. However, one thing has remained consistent: a focus on helping people live in love for the Kingdom of God.
Our building is situated on the border of St. Paul and Maplewood, but our people represent a rich diversity of ethnic, educational and socio-economic backgrounds; roughly 2500 show up for our services each weekend.
It’s difficult to summarize the culture and essence of a church community, but you can learn more about us by checking out what we believe, our history, and our ministries. If you haven’t participated in one of our weekend services, you can also get a flavor for our teaching by watching one of our sermons.
Being A Blessing
Potter’s House Sheffield is called to proclaim the Gospel of Christ and the beliefs of the evangelical Christian faith, to maintain the worship of God, and to inspire in all persons a love for Christ, a passion for righteousness, and a consciousness of their duties to God and their fellow human beings. We pledge our lives to Christ and covenant with each other to demonstrate His Spirit through worship, witnessing, and ministry to the needs of the people of this church and the community
Being apart of a church extends beyond simply gathering together for an hour or two on a Sunday. We want to be a part of each other’s lives and encourage one another in the hope of the gospel. We spend time together over meals and in conversation about the gospel and in praying one with another.
Our morning worship usually ends shortly after 11:30 a.m. Afterwards, we spend time together over a cup of tea and coffee in the church. On the first Sunday of the month, we have enjoy lunch after the morning service together.
Beginning the day in prayer with brothers and sisters in Christ is a great way to start the day. Our church meets for prayer at 6:30 a.m. in the church. Usually, we sing and read from the Bible and then share prayer concerns with one another. The prayer meeting usually last about 45 minutes.
Wednesday Group Study
On Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m., we gather together for about an hour in the church to study the Bible. The group study is a great way to get to know people and to