In Response to COVID-19
We have transitioned our Sunday morning services from the Hub to our facebook page.
Here’s why we made the change:
We extend love to the other when we put their needs before our own. Where we are being mindful of how we use our words, bodies, and space. The MN health leaders stated today that if social distancing (6 feet from one another) couldn’t take place in the space you worship, to seriously consider other alternatives.
This is a way we can extend love to the people in our neighborhoods. Does it cost you something? Absolutely. But this is who we are, people who are willing to give of our best so that others might flourish.
We can do hard things friends.
Here’s what else we’re up to:
Wednesday, March 25 @ 4 pm
As your day is winding down sit with some friends and we can check in on where our heads, hearts, and souls are currently at. We’ll end with some mindfulness exercises and some prayer.
JOIN THE ZOOM CALL
Nikki will be releasing some videos that will navigate you through some breathing practices to bring life and light within. You can participate anytime and find them on our Facebook and Instagram accounts.
Thursday, March 26 @ 7 pm
While the pubs may be shut down we can still grab our favorite beverage and put our minds to useless trivia. Sauter will be slinging out the questions, everyone else will assume that the leaders are using their phones to cheat. Just like a normal pub quiz!
JOIN THE ZOOM CALL
NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH ONLINE SERVICE
Sunday, March 22 @ 10 am
There’ll be one cute puppy, some worship by using our bodies, the best message of your life and some space to pray and smile.
WATCH THE LIVE STREAM
Additionally, if there’s anything you might need—a phone call to process anxiety, a roll of toilet paper, to dropping off some supplies, please don’t hesitate to ask. We’re here to help. Text us at 218.451.2177 .
And if you become ill or show any symptoms please follow the CDC and County guidelines and let us know so we can pray and encourage you.
Mike and Melissa Heyndericks
Tuesdays @ 7-9pm
Starts February 25 for 8-10 weeks
141 N Cloquet Road W, Esko
Black lives matter, affirmitive action, reverse racism, white supremacy — These are all highly charged topics evoking big emotions on all sides. It can often be very difficult to have conversations about race, especially for white people who often have not had to think about how the idea of race has shaped all of our lives here in America.
This discussion group is an introduction to concepts like white identity, white supremacy, and white fragility. There will be room for up to 10 participants. There will be required reading each week. Materials are free and from the organization, Be the Bridge.