One hundred and twenty years ago, God - in His limitless grace - responded to a hunger deep in the hearts of a handful of immigrant people for a worshiping, serving Christian fellowship. And thus, in February of 1887, was born the Swedish Mission Church in Harris, Minnesota.
The Bible was their guide for living, the source of the understanding of God's will and the purpose in their simple, rugged world. They were people of the "Book". Each passing generation communicated its precepts to their children and community, always heeding the admonition, "Ye must be Born Again", and asking pointedly: "Ar Du Fralst" (Are You Saved)?
Download and read more about "Our Story" that was written in our 125th Celebration journal from 2012.