TONIGHT is H-cubed: Harrison, Healing, Harmony. H-cubed is an open-mic event that will be held at Venture North Bike Shop at 6:00p.m. Come join a fun, family-friendly open mic community space where we will share art, poetry, music, and conversation around systemic issues impacting the Harrison Neighborhood in North Minneapolis. The topic of this month's gathering will be "liberation" and we will engage in discussion prompts around what liberation means to you. Food and refreshments will be provided.
Former intern Martha Schwehn-Bardwell will be ordained on Sunday, January 24, 2015 at 3:00p.m. The ordination is at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church in Minneapolis, MN. Pastor Kelly will be preaching. Martha will be serving at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church as their associate pastor of community and faith formation.
On Sunday, January 31st, we will be accepting new members. If you or know someone who is interested in joining Redeemer as a member, please contact Pastor Kelly, Vicar Louis, or the church office (612-374-4139).
Sunday, January 31st will also be the Annual Meeting. After the worship service, we will be holding the Redeemer Lutheran Church and Redeemer Center for Life annual meeting. We will also be having a soup potluck. If you would be able to bring a soup, sign up on the kitchen door in the fellowship hall or contact the church office.
On Thursday, ELCA Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton & William B. Horne II will continue the conversation on racism in another live webcast on Jan. 14th 8:00p.m. CST. Along with other ELCA members they will be discussing racism in the upcoming webcast called Confronting Racism: A Holy Yearning. A link to the live webcast will be embedded on this page. A live stream also will be available at www.Facebook.com/Lutherans. Twitter hashtag is #ELCAConfrontRacism. If you are interested in submitting a question for the ELCA presiding bishop and her guests to consider during the live webcast? Send your question to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide your name and Redeemer, city and state.
Join us for our annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration on Sunday, Jan. 17th. We will be celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday throughout the day, which will include Sunday morning worship at 10:30a.m., a church potluck, and performances at 2:00p.m. The performance is a time where community members offer songs, stories, poetry, spoken word, etc.
As January's Faith Matters states: "In the wake of acts of police brutality and the proliferation of the Black Lives Matter movement, it is important and timely that all of us come together to build the "beloved community" spoken of by Dr. King. Redeemer works in and with a community that is often ignored or stereotyped, portrayed as poor irrelevant, or dangerous. This event is an opportunity to celebrate the rich talent and compassion growing right here in North Minneapolis."
We have so much talent in our community and we can't wait for the community to come together to honor such an amazing individual and what he represents.
If you have any questions, or would like to offer a talent and gift to the afternoon celebration, email Sarah (email@example.com) before Friday, January 8th.
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