BREMEN, INDIANA

 

The Mint City

The Mint City

  • Discovered by German settlers in 1871.

  • Home of Otis "Doc" Bowen, who was Secretary of Health and Human Services under President Reagan, 1981-89.

  • The Mint City, origins as a leader in mint production, later moved to Oregon and Washington, still has the nickname of The Mint City.

  • Has a historic town identity and a sense of community.

  • Religion is a large part of the Bremen culture, mostly relating to a branch of Christianity.

  • Located in Marshall County, 40 minutes South of South Bend, IN, 2 hours away from Chicago, IL, and 2.5 hours North of Indiana capital, Indianapolis.

  • Most businesses in Bremen relate to financial services and agriculture.

  • Architecturally unique buildings, good school system, several historic sites

 

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The Wise Still Seek Him!

“Where is the one who has been born king of the Jews?

We saw His star when it rose and have come to worship him.” Matthew 2:2

Mailing address

P.O. Box 72,

Bremen, Indiana 46506

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