Gethsemane Episcopal Church began with a handful of people in 1856, seeking to establish a worshiping community in the soon to be burgeoning city of Minneapolis. For over 160 years, Gethsemane has been sowing seeds of worship, community, and justice.

If you have further questions about the church, or would like to know more about our worship, mission, and ministry in the community, please stop by for a visit. The best way to get to know us is to join us for worship on a Sunday. All people, of every race, class, gender, sexual orientation, belief, and those seeking to learn more about their faith journeys, are welcome to experience and join our community.

Our services are Sundays at 8 o’clock and 10 o’clock.

Click here to view a 360 degree video of our worship space, Courtesy of the Houses of Worship Project, University of Minnesota

Get ready to Garden!

Plots are available for the 2017 Growing Season! Click HERE to go to the Garden Page to download a copy of the Gardener’s Handbook and Commitment Form. Mandatory Kickoff meeting Wednesday May 3rd, 5:30 pm.  

Homily: Feb. 26, 2017 – Shine! – Rev. Phil Boelter

God has placed within you Everything you need to live life. The account of the Transfiguration today- Said to Jesus on that mountain, says to us this morning: “Wake up! See the world in a new and different way You have all you need to live your life today- All the light, All the guidance,…

Homily: Feb. 19, 2017 – ‘Nuff. Rev. Phil Boelter

Nuff for all. The year was 1992 As associate pastor at Grace Lutheran Church in Albert Lea, Minnesota I was privileged to lead a group of campers to church camp at Good Earth Village outside of Spring Valley, Minnesota, nestled in the heart of beautiful Southwest Minnesota-. The theme for that year was responsible ecology…

Homily: Feb. 12, 2107 – Heroes. Rev. Cindi Brickson

I preached on this same gospel text at Good Samaritan this week, and as so often the case there, it did not go exactly as I planned. One resident just did not like the gospel. “It is dull and boring” he complained, “a long list of stuff that is so much blah blah blah.” I…

Homily: Feb. 5, 2017 – Salt. Rev. Vant Washington III.

The last Thursday of every month, I prepare a meal at St. Christopher’s. Now I’ve done enough cooking to know that folks aren’t always shy about giving a little feedback after they finish their meal. Last week I prepared a Mexican chicken soup with sausage, bits of tomato, cabbage, onions, pasta and zucchini. I liked…