Holy Apostles has been on the Eastside of St. Paul for over 50 years. Although Holy Apostles struggled over the years, we remained rich in hospitality. In late 2004, the Rev. Bill Bulson, the vicar at the time, began a series of discussions with Hmong leaders searching for a church home. After a frank conversation and much prayer, Holy Apostles flung open its doors.
On Pentecost Sunday, 2005, the Gospel lesson was proclaimed simultaneously in seven languages in an overflowing sanctuary. Holy Apostles is now a Hmong-majority, multicultural congregation. Together we’re learning what it means to be a “house of prayer for all nations.”