St. John’s Spiritual Life Groups nurture the spirit in intentional communities who gather regularly for companionship in our faith journey
Newcomers are always welcome to join the first and third Thursday of the month at 10am in the Fireside Room and on Zoom to discuss a selected book. For more information, contact Craig Lemming at [email protected]
Saint John the Evangelist is a safe space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) people. We celebrate and affirm people of all sexualities and all genders, and welcome them in all areas of our life together: worshipping in our pews, getting married in our church, participating in our ministries, and serving as lay leaders, staff, and clergy.
To learn more about St. John’s LGBTQ+ Spiritual Life Group, contact Max Reeher.
OWLs – Older, Wiser, Laity are for those who self-identify as being part of this group. There is a luncheon three or four times a year with delicious food and a special program. Invitations are sent out but all are welcome. Contact coordinator Lea Anne Schmidt for details.
The Prayer Shawl group meets the first and third Wednesday of the month. This is the perfect time to offer your prayers and create a blessing-filled gift. Knitters and crocheters of all experience levels are welcome. For more information please contact Rev. Karen Mosso
StoryCorps’ mission is to preserve and share humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world. Listen to members of the Saint John’s community share their faith story on this wonderful storytelling medium!
StoryCorps founder David Isay emphasizes the importance of giving people a chance to be listened to. Click here to read StoryCorps Founder David Isay on the Importance of Human Connection from MPR.
The young (20- and 30-something) adults of St. John’s gather regularly for food, fellowship, and various fun activities. They get together at least one weeknight of the month, some times just for food and drinks, other times for activities like mini-golf, trivia, or a Minnesota United match.
There’s no expectation that you’ve been involved in St. John’s at all before. Anyone who identifies as a Young(ish) Adult is welcome to show up and hang out!
For more information contact Eliza Lundberg.