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Easter Sunday, April 21, 10am

The sanctuary will be filled with beautiful flowers as we celebrate the transforming power of the resurrection.  Come hear the mercurial music of Patrick Hawes’ Quanta Qualia and Gerald Finzi’s colorful anthem God is Gone Up as the MPUC Chancel Choir, St. Paul Festival Brass Ensemble, and guest soloists perform music to exalt this year’s…

Good Friday – April 19, 7pm

What can we do with your concern about the state of the world and the harsh consequences of injustice? Using the last words of Christ, this powerful and moving service will create a safe container for our grief as we await the fulfillment of God’s promise of transformation.  Musicians Emily Rudquist, organ; Emma Grisanzio, cello;…

Habitat for Humanity Build – June 2019

Our Habitat for Humanity project this year takes place on the first two weeks in June, June 3-7 and 10-14.  The house will be located at 1025 Seminary Avenue in St. Paul.  The internet link to sign up is:  https://tchabitat.volunteerhub.com/lp/interfaithbuilders/.  There is additional information in the Here and Now or contact Jack Schaffer (jackbschaffer@hotmail.com) for…

Inviting All Bakers

Who: Anybody who would like to be added to the memorial reception’s list of treat providersWhat: Bake (or purchase) two dozen bars or cookiesWhen: Sporadically throughout the yearWhere: Labeled treats are brought to the kitchen at churchWhy: To provide a personal and delicious sweet for families and friends at memorial receptions held at Macalester Plymouth…

New Group for Empty Nesters

There are many ways our teenage children enter adulthood. Some stay at home, some do a gap year, some go off to college and some do a combination of these things. Do you have conflicting feelings about your teenager’s transition to adulthood? Do you alternate between the exhilaration of seeing them spread their wings, concern…

Open and Affirming: Framed by Love and Justice

The Open and Affirming (ONA) movement within the United Church of Christ is more than just a church’s “welcome statement.” A congregation declaring themselves ONA is more than framing a certificate of acknowledgement and proudly hanging it on the wall somewhere in the church. For being “Open and Affirming” to truly mean something means framing…