Entries by Linda Owen

Generous Spirit Food Drive March 1-26

Our March food collection will benefit the Department of Indian Work food shelf at Interfaith Action of Greater St. Paul. The Generous Spirit Food Drive is part of the Minnesota FoodShare March campaign. It is the time to give generously. Bring your donations of canned or dried food, especially canned protein, to our church lobby by Sunday, […]

Sunday morning study during Lent, “Who is this Jesus?”

Throughout the five Sundays of Lent, our First Hour adult discussion at 9:30 a.m. will focus on the question “Who is this Jesus?” by looking at a series of encounters Jesus had with different individuals. Each interaction gives us another view of how to understand who Jesus is for us today. This scripture study will be based […]

Join our choir for Holy Week

Deepen your Holy Week experience by singing with our Falcon Heights Church choir and a professional brass ensemble. It’s a short-term commitment: Three Wednesday rehearsals, beginning March 29 at 7:30 p.m. Three Holy Week worship services: Palm Sunday, the deeply moving Maundy Thursday service and the triumphant Easter Sunday service with professional brass ensemble. Contact […]

All ages welcome in spring musical, “Table for Five…THOUSAND!”

Rehearsals for our all-ages spring musical, “Table for Five…THOUSAND! The Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes,” begin  Wednesday, March 8, at 6:30 p.m., following the soup supper. Performance will be at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, April 23, during worship. People of all ages are needed! Contact Margot Olsen at margot@olsenfamilycircus.com if you’re interested. The musical tells the […]

Wednesday soup suppers during Lent

All ages are invited to gather at 6 p.m. Wednesdays during Lent for soup supper, provided by the Adult/Intergenerational Ministry Team. Soup and bread provided; bring a salad or dessert to share if you are able. All are welcome!  Contact Sue Gramith at suegramith@hotmail.com if you can help with making soup. At 6:30 p.m., kids […]

Speaking up for our values in these times

Our Outreach Ministry Team meeting is providing opportunities for our congregation to speak up about their values and beliefs during these turbulent times by writing postcards to their elected officials. Members of the congregation are staffing a designated table after Sunday worship where people can make their voice heard on immigration, education and other topics. During coffee hour, […]

“Spiff the Biff” project is under way

The men’s and women’s bathrooms in our Court area are undergoing a major renewal project and will not be usable until early April. Initiated by our Properties Ministry Team last fall, with approval and funding by the Executive Board, this work will update and make more spacious the facilities in both bathrooms. It is funded […]

Karen weavers need your help practicing English

A group of older-generation Karen women weavers who meet weekly at the East Side Freedom Library to preserve their intricate traditional art are looking for English conversation partners. They would like volunteers interested in working on very simple, low-level, fun English on Wednesdays after 11 a.m. It could be every week or every other week. […]

All-church Fat Tuesday party Feb. 28

Join us from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, for our annual all-ages Fat Tuesday/Mardi Gras party as we celebrate this traditional time of revelry and rich food before the solemn season of Lent. King cake, New Orleans-style music, games, and “breakfast for supper” of pancakes, sausages and fruit are on the agenda! Chris […]