If you are in need of any help at this time, or would like to help those affected most, click here to find our list of opportunities.
Please note, our Community Meal has been cancelled until further notice. If you need food, please contact the church at 952-474-5471 for help.
We are glad you are here. It's never been easier to join us for worship. Every Sunday morning at 10am we live stream our worship on our public Facebook page. We welcome people from all walks of life and all walks of faith. We look forward to having you with us!
Be well, love beyond yourself, and remember God is with you.
Rev. Brooke Heerwald Steiner, Lead Pastor
Join us this Sunday, September 27, as we discuss the Practice of Saying No. It feels good to say yes--to fill the calendar, to be busy, to experience all the things. Who are we when we aren't busy? When the day is free? When a pandemic requires us to be the opposite of busy?
God rested in the Bible, and yet we often do not give ourselves the same luxury. How can we be better about slowing down, saying no, and experiencing Sabbath? How might our lives be enriched by less, not more? Join us in virtual worship to explore the conversation.
With our world scrambling to protect the lives of the most vulnerable, we want to do our part to build community and serve others in the midst of this unsettling time. Please join us for worship online every Sunday at 10am. You can find us on our public Facebook page, along with the videos of past weeks. Link to Livestream Worship
Dismantling Racism in Predominantly White Communities
EUMC's Anti-Racism Team continues to invite you to join us each 3rd Monday of the month, from 7-8:15pm. Discussions are hosted by St. Luke Presbyterian of Minnetonka and focus on building a movement of Anti-Racism in ourselves and our community.
To sign up, or for more information, please email Jane Pole at firstname.lastname@example.org.
September Sermon Series
Finding Altars in our World
Sunday Worship Services at 10am
God is everywhere, all around us. Most of us know this is true, and yet it can take some intention to really experience it. It’s no wonder that we can feel God’s presence in the sanctuary, with beautiful stained glass and a powerful organ and a cross reminding us where we are. But what about outside the walls of the church? Where do we find the sacred? Inspired by Barbara Brown Taylor’s book, An Altar in the World, we will examine simple faith practices that can awaken us to the presence of God. For four weeks, we will be intentional about experiencing God in the mundane places and experiences which fill our lives.
September 6: Practice of Carrying Water
September 13: Practice of Walking the Earth (Groundedness)
September 20: Practice of Getting Lost
September 27: Practice of Saying No
October Sermon Series
Bumper Sticker Politics
With the election around the corner, there is a lot of talk about what and what. Who will win? Who will vote? What policies will go into place? What will our country's future look like? As a faith community, we want to make sure to talk about the why behind our beliefs and our values. Why do we care about politics? Why do we use our faith to shape our political viewpoints? Why do black lives matter? Answering the why question is an important step to faithful conversation about politics and the intersection of our values with our communal life. Each week, we will take the phrase of a bumper sticker and use Scripture to reflect on its meaning for us.
October 4: If You're Not Outraged, You're Not Paying Attention
October 11: Coexist
October 18: Black Lives Matter
October 25: The World is Run by Those Who
Click HERE for more information and to register.
"And what does the Lord require of you
but to do justice,
and to love kindness,
and to walk humbly with your God?