Remaining Connected in Christ as a Community
The staff and leadership of Minnehaha Communion Lutheran church have, at the direction of the the Minnesota Department of Health and the CDC, made the decision to suspend the use of our physical building for all community members. Our ministry has developed nicely through other means of live streams, phone calls, and increased community connection. The staff will continue to check in at the physical building and day-to-day operations will continue. The mission of Minnehaha Communion Lutheran Church does not stop. It will continue in new ways that will continue to deepen our relationships with God and one another.
Below are the opportunities for connection during the week!
Sunday Morning Worship
Sundays at 9:45 am
First Sunday of the month is worship with Holy Communion.
Download the January 17 2021 Bulletin
Thank you for joining us for worship. You can watch the video of 1/17 worship on Facebook. You do not need a Facebook account to view the video.
We are aware some of you have had issues viewing worship online. While we are working on these at our end, you can try accessing Facebook from the blue box at the bottom of the website (as opposed to the link in the text) or waiting until 11:00 or later to view. Take heart – success will come!
You may wonder, “What about offering or increasing my giving?”
Click the Give button below to electronically send your financial gift.
Every Sunday at 10:45 am starting on September 13, 2020
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Songs of My Life
Second Wednesday of the Month at 7 pm
Click here to join the Zoom!
If you can only join by audio you can do that by calling 312-626-6799 then enter the meeting ID when prompted which is 869 4220 5974. You’ll be asked to enter a participant ID, but you don’t need to enter one.
Learn more about Songs of My Life Ministry
LEARNING TOGETHER: So You Want to Talk About Race
Book Discussion Series
Ijeoma Oluo is a writer and speaker whose work on race has been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, Elle, the Guardian, and more. “In So You Want to Talk About Race, Ijeoma Oluo guides readers of all races through subjects ranging from intersectionality and affirmative action to ‘model minorities’ in an attempt to make the seemingly impossible possible: honest conversations about race and racism, and how they infect almost every aspect of American life.”
The discussion series will take place on Zoom communication. The cost of the book will be $10.00 for those who participate in the series. Please register for this study by emailing Pastor Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting the church office at email@example.com.
Tuesday, November 24 pages 1-36
Tuesday, December 8 pages 37-82
Tuesday, January 23 pages 83-133
Tuesday, January 26 pages 134-188
Tuesday, February 9 pages 189-238
Minnehaha Communion Lutheran Church is a community of Christians committed to offering a sanctuary from the troubles of life. We believe that Christ’s love is for all people and we welcome people accordingly, without exception and without pretense. We believe the church should be the first place, not the last place, where people can bring their concerns. We seek to understand God and ourselves through relationships, experiences and space.
By working together, we have discovered that hospitality is a key ingredient in valuing all of God’s creation. We show hospitality best when we welcome, accept, and care for others openly and unconditionally, just as God cares for us. It is in these relational opportunities where we all can experience hope, healing and wholeness. Our fellowship is committed to reaching out to the surrounding community and serving Christ by serving others.
Children are an essential part of the worshiping community and accept that their behavior often reflects their emotions. Having a community where children feel secure and supported allows children to grow in resiliency while they experience love and acceptance.
We value Radical Hospitality, Real Relationships, and Responsive Worship.