Here are a couple of things you should know about us:
We love you. We strive to show our love to God by loving you.
We believe that you are created in God’s image.
We believe that we are called to follow Christ: in loving, in accepting, in teaching, in forgiving, in serving, in sacrifice.
We believe that your story, added to ours, will make us more whole.
Our core values are:
hope, faith, love, equality,
compassion, justice, and meaning.
We have had these values for over 125 years.
We are a welcoming community that follows the teachings of Jesus, embraces many prophetic voices, and works to love all of God’s diverse creation,
The Coordinating Committee is allocating up to $10,000 of income from the Endowment to be allocated for expanded ministry and projects. Applications are due by Friday, May 18, 2018. Decisions will be made by the Council at the June meeting.
Below are the two registration forms necessary to attend this year’s Pilgrim Point camp. Please fill out both forms and submit to the church office, with payment, no later than Friday, June 15th. If you have any questions or would like to request some financial assistance, please contact Annette (email@example.com) or Sue (firstname.lastname@example.org). 763.537.6965
We look forward to another great year at Pilgrim Point. We hope you can join us!
Children and Family Ministries at Robbinsdale United Church of Christ celebrate each child and each family.
On Sundays: Nursery is available for infants thru age 4.
During first part of worship: Children’s Time shares many voices encouraging and deepening children’s connection with God.
Bible Adventures (after Children’s Time, in a separate room): offers stories, art making, circle time, and praying ways for children age 5 thru grade 5.
Multigentrational gatherings are created several times a year.
Mimi Goodwin, Minister of Children and Families.
Regular hours: Sundays 9am-3pm and Wednesdays 10am-3pm.
Plus participation in RUCC events and meetings
The Coordinating Council is proposing a change to the RUCC Bylaws.
This change would replace Robert’s Rules of Order with the The Five-Fold Path of Productive Meetings by Starhawk. We’ve practiced using this model while deliberating and deciding on becoming a sanctuary church and approving the capital campaign. The consensus model ensures that everyone has the opportunity to be heard and better aligns with our values.
The vote will take place at our Annual Meeting on Sunday, January 28, 2018.
Be sure to enjoy a delicious authentic meal at El Toro Mexican Restaurant.
A portion of your bill will be donated back to Robbinsdale United Church of Christ.
Be sure to print out the “coupons” below to give to your server.
There are plenty so share with your family and friends!