REDEEMER Church Announcements:
Faith Matters Newsletter Survey
We are conducting a survey on the impact and content of our monthly Faith Matters Newsletter. We’d love your feedback! If you’re not a current reader, take a look through the current and previous issues at our Faith Matters page. If you are a regular reader, take the survey here.
Save the Date: Sunday, October 29th
Sunday October 29th is our annual Soul Food Sunday feast, and we’ll be hosting free flu shots as well. Come for the food, fellowship, and get your annual flu shot!
Fairview Health Systems will be offering free flu vaccinations from 10:00am - 1:00pm in the Church Library for anyone ages 6 months and above. Only shots will be offered, no nasal vaccines. Questions can be directed to me Beth Heinly-Munk at email@example.com
We’re Updating the Church Directory!
Over the coming weeks, we’ll be creating a new, updated Church Directory! For this, we need you and your family’s photo and information, if you wish to be included. Please send an email to Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org including as much of the following information as you’re comfortable sharing: A recent family photo, your names, birthdays (we’d love to know your kids’ ages!), address, phone number, email address. If you do not have or cannot provide a family photo, feel free to grab Amy Koopman after church or stop by the church office anytime Monday - Thursday between 10am and 4pm, and Amy can take one for you.
We Need Your (and Your Kids’) Original Artwork & Photography
We are trying something new in the upcoming weeks: Rather than using standard clip-art for our weekly bulletins we’ll be featuring congregant artwork, photography, and drawings. This is open to everyone - children, youth, adults. Please submit your artwork, photography, paintings, or drawings to email@example.com. We’ll do our best to use everything we get (and attribute your work accordingly)!
REDEEMER CENTER FOR LIFE Community Announcements:
Living Well with Chronic Health Conditions 6-Week Class Beginning October 2nd
Health Commons @ The Living Room is hosting a 6-week class on Living Well with Chronic Health Conditions at Redeemer this fall. Classes will be held every Monday night from October 2 through November 6 from 5:00-7:30pm, and dinner will be provided. Classes will address issues like pain and fatigue management, stress reduction, self-care, and how to communicate needs to your support system. All are welcome to attend this free class. To Register please call Bertha: 763-843-9988
H-Cubed: Friday, October 27th, 7:30pm
October’s H-Cubed will be at The Living Room ( 1716 Glenwood Avenue, Minneapolis 55405). We’ll provide a free catered dinner for the community from local chef Gerard Klass. Open mic and community dialogue will be hosted by Christine Belfry, Kendrick Hall, and Joe Davis. Our featured artists are hip hop singer Destiny Roberts, visual artist Emilie Bouvier, and The Poetic Diaspora as the house band throughout the night.
We will also have Miss Brit of Visions Merging sharing info and resources for upcoming municipal elections. To stay connected and learn more about H-cubed, find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Healing Circles 6- Week Series Beginning November 9th
Health Commons @ The Living Room will again be hosting a 6-week healing circles series in partnership with Arubah Emotional Health Services this fall. Classes will be held every Thursday night from November 9 through December 21 from 5:00-7:00pm, and dinner will be provided. Classes will address managing stress & chronic pain; depression and ways to prevent depression; vicarious trauma & compassion fatigue, mental illness, emotional intelligence, grief & loss. In addition, the class will empower personal restoration and healing through acupuncture, boxing, expressive arts, drumming, meditation, and holy yoga/trauma sensitive yoga. All are welcome to attend this free class. To Register please call Bertha: 763-843-9988
“I’d like to help!”
How often have you said that about Redeemer’s many valuable programs? You can help! Gather some friends to have fun helping with Redeemer’s great work. Apply for a Thrivent Action Team and receive $250 for your project. For further information or to brainstorm some ideas, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sharing & Caring Hands/Mary’s Place needs volunteers ages 14+ willing to help with our After School Tutoring Program. This includes helping students with homework, helping students practice reading, and working with a large population of refugee children just learning English. No teaching/tutoring experience required. We will provide you a training to orient you/help you feel comfortable! If interested, email email@example.com or visit our website: www.sharingandcaringhands.org
Program Starts : Mid-September
Open Mondays, Tuesdays, & Wednesdays from 4:00-6:00pm
Volunteers pick one day per week to attend
Weekly Announcements of activities and events around Redeemer Lutheran Church and the Redeemer community.