Faith communities and faith-based organizations come together at the Minnesota Church Center, the central gathering place of the Minnesota faith community. Through high quality office and meeting/event facilities and access to state-of-the-art technology, the Church Center incubates small non-profits and nurtures the faith community.
Built in 1963, the Church Center is an ecumenical witness owned and operated by the Minnesota Council of Churches. In addition to MCC, the six-story office building houses a variety of tenants, including three regional or statewide denominational offices, many other religious organizations, and nonprofit agencies.
The Church Center’s well-appointed facilities include a wide range of spaces available for rent for a diverse array of needs, including seven meeting/event rooms, a café, indoor courtyard, and expansive lobby seating area. Read a Downtown Journal review of our space.
The Church Center is home to the Franklin Terrace Café, providing high quality catering for internal events and availability for outside catering. The café is open to the public for lunch, Monday - Thursday.
Minnesota Church Center
122 West Franklin Avenue (at Pillsbury)
Minneapolis, MN 55404
||8 a.m. - 9 p.m.
|Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
||8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
|Saturday & Sunday