COMMUNITY OF FAITH
IN THE UNITED
We don't do this alone. We want to combat climate change. We want to be healthy and whole. We want to do good. So, we work and we try and we know that you are working and trying in your corner of the neighborhood, too! All of us together are tilling our soil and our souls and doing the best we can to bring about peace on earth and with the earth. Our work is linked; we are connected. This is the sacred harvest that we all enjoy and share.
So thanks! Thank you for looking at our website. Thank you for your love and your care, and the things you do to bring about peace and goodness. Keep going. Your work matters. We believe that. Northeast Minneapolis is a great place to live and work.
There is a lot of good stuff going on at Northeast UMC. After you've tasted the tomatoes and the lettuce, stop in and take a "taste" of one of our worship services and harvest some blessings, too.
Stay local and enjoy the harvest,
Pastor Sarah Lawton
"Small acts when multiplied by millions of people can transform the world."
~ Howard Zinn
Pastor Lawton to Speak at Climate Care: The Intersection of Faith, Climate and Weather
On Saturday, November 7, from 9 to 11:30 a.m.,
explore how God calls us to respond in our changing world.
We'll Explore the Headlines and the Choices Christians Can Make:
What is climate change?
Is it global warming?
Are human choices to blame or is this natural?
What do climate scientists say?
What does climate change mean for the poor?
How does climate change impact food and water supplies?
How should people of faith respond?
How can faith communities take action?
Saturday, November 7, from 9 to 11:30 a.m., at Shepherd of the Lake Lutheran Church
3611 N. Berens Rd. NW | Prior Lake , MN 55379 | 952.230.2988
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