Worship with us: 'Love is the Law'
It’s all about love. Love is the law—this week we're talking about The Ten Commandments in detail. It's time to reframe the law. Let us worship and live with that law of love in our hearts. - Pastor Sara Spohr
Worship begins on Sundays at 9 a.m., or livestream from wherever you are. We celebrate Holy Communion each Sunday. Grab a cracker/bread and water/juice/wine for your meal.
After worship, stay for fellowship, coffee, and a snack in The Commons and Common Ground Cafe—10-11 a.m.
Handicap accessibility, elevators, first aid stations, childcare upon request, volunteer opportunities, and a library are all here for you to use. Inquire to learn more.
Livestream from anywhere
Be part of the story on July 13
Turn hunger into hope with your own two hands.
Wednesday, July 13
Youth and adults can participate.
Meet at Lake Nokomis Lutheran.
Carpool to 990 Lone Oak Road, Eagan, MN.
Sign up today. There are 25 spots to fill.
You will change lives when you come along to help pack meals—lives like Lauza, a child in Uganda. A FMSC partner, African Children Today, first met Lauza in 2016, the 2-year-old weighed just 13 pounds. After receiving FMSC meals, she’s full of laughter and thriving in school.
Church and state: Christian nationalism explained
Take action for affordable housing
This is a three-church invitation. Lake Nokomis Lutheran, Living Table UCC, and Spirit Catholic Community are all welcome to RSVP.
A Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative event
Building a City for All of Us
Thursday, July 28, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church Twin Cities
4100 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis
Need to carpool? Make arrangements today.
With rents up 17% and limited housing availability, people in Minneapolis are struggling to afford safe housing. More funding for affordable housing and rental assistance would mean fewer families choosing between rent and food, or risk homelessness.
We need a city that works for all of us. Join voices with Beacon congregations to learn about what can be done.
Three congregations. One home.
Our congregation has formed an innovative building partnership with Living Table United Church of Christ and Spirit of St. Stephen’s Catholic Community called New Branches. newbranchesmn.org The three faith communities share the renovated building and worship spaces—while retaining our individual faith identities.
We imagine being able to do more together than we ever could separately. Learn more.
Covid safety practices
There are members of all three congregations who have compromised immune systems. Thank you for wearing a mask on Sundays to keep everyone safe.
During the coffee and treat hour in The Commons, we ask that you pull your mask back up between sips and bites.
Limited exceptions do apply if you enter New Branches Monday-Saturday. We ask that you ask those around you, or your specific group, about their comfort levels with masks in mind.
Not masking up? You must agree.