How would you like to come to a place that welcomes people of all races, religions, sexual orientations and social backgrounds, in dignity and love?

A place where they believe in diversity and provide a multitude of opportunities for anyone, in any stage of life, to grow spiritually?

Imagine a place that communicates and celebrates the positive aspects of humankind, the world around us, and our relationship to the power within. What would it be like to be a part of a spiritual community that is metaphysical as well as practical and provides tangible steps toward immediate change? What if you could find a place that is alive and exciting on Sunday Celebration Services – a place that leaves you feeling wonderful and optimistic about your life and the world?

Well, look no further! You’ve found your spiritual home and it’s waiting for you at the Hope Interfaith Center!

The Hope Interfaith Center is a spiritual community that honors all paths to God and to Source and can help you experience the powerful Love Source that you are. When we have a personal relationship with the truth of who we are, then other areas of our lives fall into place – we are happier and indeed then living a life of joy, bliss and inner peace. We then seem to do more for others, be better stewards of the Earth, and help bring peace and harmony to the world.

If you are in search of a spiritual community where you are respected and accepted for who you are and you want the feeling of spirit and want the inspiration and support to grow to your highest potential, please accept our invitation to visit us soon!

~ All Sacred Pathways Honored ~

Janice Hope Gorman, Minister
Jody Scholtz, Office Manager
Holly Anthony, Bookkeeper
Rev. Mona Smiley, Temple Keeper
Rev. Jo Gangestad, Fellowship Minister
Rev. Kim Stanton-Cummings, Program Director/Volunteer Coordinator

HIC Board of Directors:
Becky Beyer
Jessica Hebert
Jill Grace
Kristin Underwood
Mona Smiley
Ruth Ann Rosenwinkel
Colleen Convery
Bob Dickhudt

Directions to HIC
Hope Interfaith Center is located at 114 Pohl Road, Mankato, Minnesota:


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From the West:

Highway 14 East to Highway 22 South
Turn right on Hoffman Rd. (past East High School, cross Victory Dr.)
Hoffman Rd becomes Glenwood Ave (curvy road)
Turn left onto Pohl Rd. The Center is the deep magenta building on the right corner

From the East:

Highway 14 West to Highway 22 South
Turn right on Hoffman Rd. (past East High School, cross Victory Dr.)
Hoffman Rd becomes Glenwood Ave (curvy road)
Turn left onto Pohl Rd. The Center is the deep magenta building on the right corner

From the North:

Highway 169 South to Highway 22 South
Turn right on Hoffman Rd. (past East High School, cross Victory Dr.)
Hoffman Rd becomes Glenwood Ave (curvy road)
Turn left onto Pohl Rd. The Center is the deep magenta building on the right corner

From the South:

Highway 169 North to Riverfront exit
Turn right onto Riverfront Dr. (past West High School)
Turn right onto Stoltzman Rd. (follow this road and signs to MSU)
Turn left onto Stadium Rd. (drive up hill past MSU)
Turn left onto Pohl Rd. The Center is the deep magenta building on the right corner

When you come to the Center, we would ask that you remove your shoes if possible. There are mats and cubbies that will hold your shoes. This is not only to help keep the Center clean but it is also a way of honoring the sacredness of the space. Thank you!