We have moved around quite a bit since 2006, which has always emphasized to us that church is people, not a building.
Epiphany Station begins in the home of Kevin and Carol Brown in Thief River Falls, MN, with a gathering of 20 people. Starts with weekly Sunday evening worship services and a once-a-month outreach event, featuring the band "The Way".
Renting space at 115 3rd Street E. First worship service draws a record crowd of 36 people.
Renting the Heritage Center on Sunday evenings
Formally recognized as a church in the Minnesota Baptist Conference and Baptist General Conference (now called Converge).
First Sunday at the "Station" (former Roger's Conoco Gas Station) with 50 attendees.
Jeff Gauss becomes Lead Pastor.
Worship services held at Ralph Engelstad Arena to accommodate crowds of 500-600 people.
Services are held at Falls Cinema during demolition of gas station and construction of new building at 403 Main St N.
Jeff Gauss hands off Lead Pastorship to Matty Towse.
Grand City Station, our first daughter church, launches in Grand Forks, ND, led by Jeff Gauss.
First Baptist Church on 414 Horace Ave officially merges with Epiphany Station, paving the way for the facility to become Elevate NextGen.
First Sunday at our custom-built building at 403 Main St N. with 397 attendees.