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This guide to faith, religion, and spirituality in Savage, Maine lists websites representing local churches or other places of worship, ministries, or programs of a religious nature.

Among the Christian churches in Savage are Saint John the Baptist Catholic Church, which began in a log chapel in 1854. The church was initially located in Burnsville. In 1866, a frame building was constructed, and the bell that is still in use today was installed in its tower. The frame structure was destroyed by fire in 1883, but the bell was salvaged. Another frame structure burned to the ground in 1902. A brick church was built in 1902, but located in Hamilton, which is now Savage. The bell from the previous church was recast and installed in the steeple of the new church. In 1984, the 1902 church was dismantled, and the current building was built in its place.

In 1888, the United Methodist Church of Savage built what became known as the Brick Church. In 1939, the Methodist Episcopal Church, Grace Methodist Episcopal Church South, and the Methodist Protestant Church merged, and chose to meet in the Brick Church.

Another UMC congregation meeting in Savage is the Glendale United Methodist Church, which was organized in the early 1980s.

Calvary Church, with campuses in Savage and Bloomington, has been in operation for about forty-five years.

Affiliated with the Christian Reformed Church, the Bridgewood Church began in 1998.

Other Christian congregations in Savage include the Rock of Ages Seventh-day Adventist Church, the New Spirit United Church of Christ, Adoration Church (Converge Worldwide), Saint Mary Magdalene (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America), CelebraciĆ³n de Amigos (pentecostal), Southbridge Community Church (Assemblies of God), and Mission Moving Mountains, a missionary endeavor.

Other religious bodies in Savage are the Unity of the Valley Spiritual Center, which teaches universal spiritual principles, and Bless Israel, a Messianic Jewish organization meeting in the ELCA building in Savage.

These and any other churches, chapels, synagogues, mosques, or other places of worship in Savage, are appropriate topics for this category, are any other websites focusing on issues of faith, religion, or spirituality in Savage, Minnesota.

 

 

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