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Separation and Coming Together: Living into Wholeness

From September 2019 to May 2020 Minnehaha Communion Lutheran Church community will be exploring life and faith with the theme of Separation and Coming Together: Living into Wholeness. Each month there will be a focus on a particular topic of separation that occurs in our world. Together we will wonder how God calls us to

Meet Fawkes, our therapy dog in training!

Fawkes is from Alabama and was adopted by Sidney Patnoe Hagelberger in October. The name Fawkes (pronounced like fox) is inspired by Harry Potter. Fawkes is about a year old, and the best guess is that she is a lab/retriever mix and had a rough start in life as a bullet was found in her hind quarters. Rather than becoming

Worship

Worship begins at 9:45 am Sunday mornings, followed by fellowship time at 11:00 am in Fellowship Hall. Holy Communion is offered on the first and third Sundays of the month. If there is a 5th Sunday in a month, this service is led by the community. Worship style is traditional liturgy in a contemporary context.

Staff & Leadership

Church Council and Lay Leadership We recognize the gifts and talents in our community and encourage our members to actively participate in ways that nurture their gifts and feed their spiritual life and uplift the mission and ministry of this congregation. Some of the opportunities for leadership in our church are listed below. Church Council

Youth

Minnehaha Communion Lutheran Church is dedicated to providing a secure and loving environment for children to grow strong in Christ. We believe that before children can learn about the faith, they first must feel secure and loved.    Minnehaha Communion Lutheran Church has been trained through the FaithTrust Institute’s Safe and Healthy Congregations program and is

Home

Worship Every Sunday at 9:45 am Communion is offered on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month If there is a 5th Sunday in a month, the service is led by community members Casual attire is acceptable for worship  Worship style is traditional liturgy in a contemporary context Sunday School Sunday School is held

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Vision Building relationships with Christ and each other. Mission Engaging community in hope, healing, and wholeness.