Developing relationship with God and others allows us to live a flourishing life—one in which we love one another, and grow in our friendship with the Divine God. Here are some of the ways we’ll be gathering to practice and do just this.
Sunday Church Service In-Person
Sundays @ 10am
October 11 we will be resuming in-person services at the Hub.
We will continue to broadcast our services on our website and Facebook. We’re excited to be able to worship and inspire one another.
5-7pm Tuesdays @ The Hub
October 20 and November 3
Darkness is near. For some of us, it never left. We were able to distract ourselves with hiking, late nights on our neighbor’s deck, feeling the warmth of the sun. Now the cold and setting sun reminds us what we have lost or was taken from us—a loved one to cancer, a promising career to COVID-19, a sense of hope in an election cycle, or a sense of belonging that has been upended. For some, you can sense your anxiety beginning to rise with winter looming. All of it is loss, grief, and real.
It’s easy to treat grief as something that is bad or less than. To grieve is to be human, to be you. Not something to stuffed away or discarded, but something to be realized and engaged with.
The definition of Vigil is, “a period of keeping awake during the time usually spent asleep, especially to keep watch or pray.”
I love this. To be fully awake with our selves, our loss, anxiety, or fear.
So join us to light a candle for someone you love, write a word of hope to our community, or write a prayer of lament or confession. We’ll have a somber space for you to process your journey.
You might feel averse to engaging your loss, but you are worth it friend.
Sunday, February 21 @ 3pm
Doing this with purpose and on purpose is a value of ours. One way we get to evaluate that value as a community is through our annual business meeting. Join us we look back at 2020 and share some evaluations and takeaways. We talk through the budget from 2020 and look at the new one for 2021. This will be a conversational approach where we can ask questions, evaluate and process alongside one another.
[email protected] or 218-391-9406
Every other Thursday at 1:00pm at the Hub — 612 Cloquet Ave
MUST HAVE AND WEAR MASK
Starting March 11
If you’ve ever wondered why God does not prevent evil happenings in the world – read this book and let’s have a discussion and be reminded what an incredibly loving God we belong to.
Book: God Can’t: How to Believe in God and Love After Abuse, Tragedy, and Other Evils by Michael Jay Oord
TRIVIA IS THURSDAY THIS WEEK
See you Thursday, March 25!
[email protected] or 218-349-1287
Wednesdays at 6:30pm via ZOOM
Starting March 3
Whether you show up solo, with a friend or partner, or you want to bring the whole family – join us weekly, or every few weeks for trivia nights via Zoom. You’re in for a fun time!
Use this passcode to join the call: TRIVIA
Wanderers & Wonders
Starting March 2
We created Wanderers & Wonders to bring you together to celebrate the journey of faith with other authentic souls as together we reflect on where we have been, where we are going, and how we can support each other on the way. Our hope is for you to receive five key things from Wanderers & Wonders.
- Authentic conversations regarding faith and doubt without the side dish of guilt.
- Meet people who live near you, who consider similar things, or who care about the same topics.
- Hold better, more well-informed dialogue regarding the process of faith maturation.
- Swap stories, experiences, and ideas (not necessarily advice) around our shared questions.
- Find a little inspiration, thought-provoking conversations, and perspective each and every day.
To make this a reality, we’re going to need your help. Every time you contribute a story, experience, or idea, you’re building a knowledge base every member of this community can tap into making better sense of their own journey.
Hosted at the Hub
AA Meeting (Open Discussion)
Led by Dana T.
Saturday @ 7pm
At the Hub — 612 Cloquet Avenue, Cloquet