Pilgrim Baptist Church of Saint Paul was founded in 1863 and is the oldest African American Baptist church in the state of Minnesota.
The church was founded by escaped slaves who, with the help of the Underground Railroad, journeyed to Minnesota.
Women's Ministry in Partnership with Face to Face
Since 1863, Pilgrim has shared Christ's message of love through preaching, teaching, worship, prayer and community outreach.
Pilgrim, an inter-generational Church, is raising funds to enhance its outreach to the community, locally and nationally. Pilgrim has a legacy of community service that has and continues to address the needs of all ages and all stages of life.
Pilgrim's service includes hosting Scout Troops, the "Jolly Seniors" (a program for Senior Citizens), hosting prison ministries, as well as a chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous and a community garden. Pilgrim also provides a "Little Free Library" to inspire a love of reading, provides food baskets during the holidays and assists members of the community with social service needs.
The Comfort Circle provides support to those who are grieving the loss of a loved one.
Mother's 1st Baby Shower Sponsored by Women's Ministry
Pilgrim's music and fine arts department has praise dancers and choirs for all age groups.
Pilgrim is the place where the "Walk of Faith Transforms Lives".
Pilgrim Today (Newsletter)