2300 E. 88th St.
Bloomington, MN 55425
Sunday service at 10:00 AM
Our Bloomington campus has childcare for ages 0-4 and classes for children K-5th grade.
16165 Kenwood Trail
Lakeville, MN 55044
Sunday services at 9:00 & 11:00 AM.
At the 9:00 AM service, our Lakeville campus has childcare for children from birth to age 3 and classes for children ages 3 through 5th grade. The 11:00 AM service has childcare for children from birth to age 3 and classes for children ages 3 through 3rd grade.
At Hometown, we love Jesus and therefore we certainly love Easter!
And so we celebrate and make Easter services a little extra special with fancier coffee, donuts, peeps, and yes, even bacon!
Depending on the campus you attend we might even have a photo booth for you to get a fun Easter picture.
This is a place where you can truly feel that you belong. It doesn’t matter where you're at, if you're struggling, or you're questioning, come as you are. Together we're committed to living out the love of Christ through serving, connecting, and walking through life with others. We'd love for you to be a part of building this ever-growing community!
This is a place where you can truly feel that you belong. It doesn’t matter where you are at, if you are struggling, or you are questioning, come as you are. Together we are committed to living out the love of Christ through serving, connecting, and walking through life with others. We would love for you to be a part of building this ever-growing community!Read More About Us
There are no words to describe all that this church has meant to myself, my wife, and our son. Through prayer, sermons, Bible studies, seminars, and men's times, I've always been encouraged to be the best husband, father and man of faith I can be. On top of that, the church has also provided opportunities for me to get out and serve in the community and to make a difference. I'm encouraged every week at Hometown!
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The first time that I came to Hometown Church I was very skeptical, but I kept coming for my wife and kids. When I heard a message about building up walls between ourselves and God, it helped me understand the giant walls of hate and anger I had built up towards God and people. That day something in me changed and the walls began to come down brick-by-brick. I gave my life to Jesus and since then have been continually trying to grow in my faith. The Lord has taught me how important it is to do life with Jesus and my new church family. I feel so blessed to be a part of Hometown Church.
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Knowing how unhappy I was in my marriage and life in general, a friend suggested I try her church. After a few Sundays listening to the teachings, I met Jesus. Not only did I have assurance of where I would spend eternity, but my marriage and family were also changed forever. Since then, I’ve had to rely on God to get through some very difficult times in my life. I lost my daughter to cancer, I was diagnosed with MS, and later lost both of my parents within a year of each other. Even through adversity, I've always found hope and joy, just knowing I'm God’s child. His love, mercy and grace are abundant and sufficient. BTW, my husband and I are celebrating our 45th anniversary this year!
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We began looking for a church community that desired to seek God more than religion. In 2013, we started attending Hometown Church. The welcoming atmosphere and spirit-filled worship music stood out to us immediately. We appreciated hearing messages that were centered on the Bible and yet also totally relatable and applicable to our lives. Over the past 7 years God has deepened our understanding of who He is, His purpose for our lives and His plans for the future. He has transformed our faith from a religious activity to a heartfelt desire to live for Christ. Our identity as individuals and a family is now grounded in who we are as children of God and followers of Christ.
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At 18 years old I walked into a new church all alone. While I expected to just slip in and try out the church and then slip out, I was quickly blown away by the sense of community. I was immediately greeted by and introduced to several people who truly wanted to help get me connected. I was welcomed with open arms to a place that immediately felt like home. A place where everything was rooted in Jesus. I had been to other churches and youth groups before, many of which were very attractive and flashy. I had thought to myself “I just want to meet real people who really love Jesus.” And that’s what I found at Hometown Church. A church that was not attractive because of worldly sensations, rather attractive by the presence of the love and power of Christ Jesus.
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Since we have a very good God with a huge heart, we believe that Christians should be known for taking action, doing good, and spreading love.
Kingdom Builders is a huge part of our plan for that…