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Welcome: Thank You For Stopping

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. Continue reading Welcome: Thank You For Stopping

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White Privilege: Let’s Talk

An Invitation to Transformational Dialogue (5 weeks) Thursday evenings, beginning February 2nd @ 7pm Led by: Revs. T. Michael Rock and Corii Varner Do you understand racial justice? know what White Privilege is all about? want to engage in a dialogue that isn’t about guilt? want to work for racial equity? We will provide a safe space for exploring these topics. Our guide will be the … Continue reading White Privilege: Let’s Talk

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Holiday Worship Schedule ~ Dec. 2016

Blue Christmas Sunday, December 11th @ 6:30pm This will be a quiet service of meditation and prayer for those who are feeling lost and alone this holiday season. This service reminds us that sometimes this season is difficult for many people.   Christmas Eve Saturday, December 24th 4pm ~ Children’s Pageant & Advent Candle Lighting A service of hope and compassion for those who are … Continue reading Holiday Worship Schedule ~ Dec. 2016

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A Pastoral Letter From MN UCC Conference Minister

“We claim faith in a God who became incarnate and lived among us, who shared intimately in our suffering and  grief.  We believe in a God who brings resurrecting power to the most desperate places.  Let us witness to that faith now.  Let us bring that same manner of profound presence and transforming love to this moment in time. Pray for the families and friends … Continue reading A Pastoral Letter From MN UCC Conference Minister

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Orlando Tragedy : “This is a moment for our kind of faith — loving, passionate, and unifying.”

In response to last week’s horrific Orlando tragedy, Reverend Shari Prestemon, MN UCC Conference Minister, sent out the following to everyone who attended the annual conference: June 14, 2016 Dear Minnesota Conference UCC, Just days ago, 300 of us convened for the 54th Annual Meeting of the Minnesota Conference. On Saturday, Reverend Traci Blackmon called us to step into the breach to repair what is … Continue reading Orlando Tragedy : “This is a moment for our kind of faith — loving, passionate, and unifying.”