We offer worship in person and online on Sunday mornings at 10am! Join us in the sanctuary or watch via Facebook Live!
Our YouTube Channel
Our videos include Worship, Tending the Soul, and Story Time — a ministry for our children.
The Just Peace pronouncement articulated the UCC position on war and peace distinct from other approaches such as crusade, pacifism, or “just war.” Grounded in UCC polity and covenantal theology, the position focuses attention on alleviating systemic injustice of all types using non-violence and calls us to offer the message, grounded in the hope of reconciliation in Jesus, that “Peace is possible.”
Over and over again, we have explored new ways in which we can include more and more people. Over and over again, we have affirmed that our ministries must be open to all.
Open and affirming
Full participation in the life of our community is open to all. We affirm the dignity and worth of all people. As our understanding grows, we intentionally seek ways to expand this welcome. God is still speaking,
“Open the gates of justice! I will enter and tell the Lord how thankful I am.” Psalm 118:19
The topic of race continues to be difficult to discuss in many social settings. We lead conversations, engaging in direct social activism, and participate in civil disobedience as a way to bring attention to and disrupt racist systems and structures.
Another big piece of our Covid-19 response is our work with ISAIAH, supporting vulnerable populations. Find out more about how they are building a just and abundant Minnesota through faith in action.
We are a community that pushes the boundaries of our four walls. We are rooted both in Robbinsdale and North Minneapolis and we seek justice for all of our neighbors.