Renovation Church is a dynamic and fast-growing church in Blaine. Our services have a very modern feel to them and we talk about God in a way that's both relevant and easy to understand no matter what your background is.
If you're curious to find out more about what our Sunday morning services are like, check out our location and service times page. If you would like to learn more about who we are, check out our story below of how we began and got to where we are today:
In April of 2009, Lead Pastor David Sorn followed his calling to plant a church and moved on from his role as Pastor of High School Ministries at Constance Free Church in Andover to begin the process of starting Renovation Church in Blaine.
Renovation Church was able to become a reality in Blaine due to the generosity of its two parent churches: enCompass Church in Roseville and Grace Fellowship in Brooklyn Park. Both churches helped to start Renovation Church by giving finances, training, and people. These two churches, like Renovation Church, are serious about starting new churches in our area. In fact, Renovation Church was Grace Fellowship's 18th church plant.
From April to September in 2009, David began preparing, planning, praying, and gathering people to help officially launch the church in Blaine on October 4th, 2009.
The launch of Renovation Church was quite successful, and after "Launch Sunday," Renovation Church settled into a church of just over 100 people. Since then, Renovation has rapidly grown to an average Sunday morning attendance of 475 people in just eight years.
Due to our quick growth, in the Fall of 2014, we began raising money to purchase land. In August of 2017, we purchased land right next to the SE corner of Lexington Ave & 125th Ave in Blaine. We will be putting a new church building on our land sometime in the next 2-3 years to accommodate all of our growth. You can read more about that process here.
Renovation Church is now just eight years old, and its history is still short; however, we are hoping that God allows us to establish a legacy of grace and transformation in Blaine and its surrounding communities...