Entries by Linda Owen

Discussion series on transgender issues

As an Open and Affirming congregation of the United Church of Christ, Falcon Heights Church welcomes those in the LGBTQ community into our life together. This month, it’s all about the “T” in LGBTQ. Our Open and Affirming Working Group invites you to three after-worship conversations in January, from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. We […]

Faith formation for all ages

Join us Sunday mornings for First Hour, starting at 9:30 a.m. with prayer and song in the Court area. We then break into groups that explore the Biblical stories in active ways. Explorers Group – Kindergarten through 5th graders. Seekers Group – 5th through 8th graders (5th graders’ choice!) Adult Group – meets for Bible […]

Civil War speaker at Women’s Fellowship

Church member Bob Wicklem will speak about the American Civil War at the Women’s Fellowship meeting at 10 a.m. Jan. 6. Both women and men are welcome to join us in the Gathering Room for this informative program. Bob describes what draws him to this pivotal event in our history as a nation: “I have […]

Epiphany party Jan. 6

Join us as we close the 12 days of Christmas with a welcoming of the Three Kings at 6 p.m. on Epiphany, Friday, Jan. 6. All ages will gather for supper, a brief time of prayer, song, and sharing hopes for the New Year around an outdoor bonfire. Bring a small piece of your holiday […]

New refugee group needs winter clothes and supplies

The Roseville Schools Adult Learning Center, where several FHC members volunteer in the English language program, has received a new group of refugees from Ethiopia who need warm winter clothing now. As you receive new items for Christmas, please consider giving good items you no longer use, or look for sales after the holidays. Needed […]

Christmas caroling to shut-ins Dec. 14

On Wednesday, Dec. 14, join us for a 5:30 p.m. soup supper, then leave in groups around 6 p.m. to go caroling to our shut-ins and elders. Carolyn Hill (651-646-6656) and Tracy Faville (651-483-0260) are coordinating the light supper. Give them a call if you would like to help.

Christmas giving opportunities

Poinsettias for Keystone: Buy a live poinsettia for our chancel garden to honor or remember a loved one, and/or purchase a silk blossom for our Gathering Room tree, for $15 each. A small portion of the live poinsettia cost and all of the silk flower proceeds go to Keystone Community Services, which operates food shelves […]

Join us on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day

We invite you to join us on Saturday, Dec. 24, for Christmas Eve worship: At 4:30 p.m. – A shorter service of readings, carols from around the world, story-sermon and candle-lighting, intended for all ages. At 10 p.m. – Readings, traditional carols and candle-lighting, with music by our Chancel Choir. Cider and snacks follow the service. On […]

“Counting on Christmas” pageant Dec. 11

We’re counting down the days to this year’s intergenerational Christmas pageant, “-1-C-2-O-3-U-4-N-5-T-6-I-7-N-8-G-9- ON CHRISTMAS,” which will be presented during worship at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 11. The show is written by Margot Olsen, with inspiration from “The Lion Storyteller Christmas Book” by Bob Hartman and Krisztina Kallai Nagy. For more information, contact the church at […]

Church profile nearing completion

The following update was shared at the Congregational Meeting on Nov. 20, 2016. The Pastoral Search Committee has been diligently working on the written profile that will provide the potential candidates a summary of who we are as a community and a church. In partnership with the congregation through the guided conversations this summer, and […]