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Scholarships will be awarded for tuition for the 2017-2018 school year. Previous recipients are eligible to reapply for the scholarship for up to three additional years or until a Bachelor's Degree is earned, whichever occurs first. The purpose of this Fund is to award annual post-secondary scholarships for qualified students desiring to matriculate and pursue careers in music education, performance, or music therapy.
These scholarships are made possible by the generous gift of Marion Groth on behalf of her husband, Chester. To be eligible to receive this scholarship, an applicant must:
Worship Service in the Sanctuary with Organ and Choirs
Living Waters Worship Service in Fellowship Hall with a band and casual feel.
Child care available, birth-age 5 for both services
The bold mission at Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery is to end child abuse and neglect and create strong, healthy families. We can help by getting needed supplies. All gifts must be NEW. The deadline for bringing the gifts to the church is, Sunday, February 5. The focus is on infant care. Click one of the following links to see our online Target registry or Babies R Us registry.
Childcare for Ages 0-12 with Meal Provided, Register Children in Advance,
Adults Bring Your Own dinner
Financial Peace University is designed to teach you and your family how to get out of debt, stay out of debt, and build wealth. You’ll meet with your class each week to watch the video lesson and participate in discussion and accountability groups that will change your whole attitude about money!
Dave Ramsey breaks through the common financial jargon and explains how money really works in a simple, easy-to-understand style. You’ll actually have fun as you learn about saving, budgeting, investing, insurance and more! Financial Peace University is, without a doubt, the best program available for personal finance. Get started today! Register Here
Parents as Sexuality Educators
Kris Shelley, M. Ed.
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Sexuality can be a challenging topic for parents. Kris Shelley, parent educator, will teach us how to effectively navigate this topic. As early as toddlers, you may begin exploring questions with your child.
Click here to read more about, or register for, the February 8th class.
Helping Your Child with Transitions
Toni Schutta, Parent Coach, M. A., L. P.
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
From starting kindergarten to getting dressed in the morning to the death of a loved one, your child will experience numerous transitions and losses during life. Find out the best tools for helping your child move through the process of change so you both feel less stress!
Click here to read more about, or register for, the March 8th class.
January 8 and 15—Two Sessions on Racism
Share in hearing from leaders about racism in today's world and where we find our place as people and as Christians. Each session will include a video, discussion, and prayer.
January 8—Developing White Racial Literacy
January 15—Meaningful Conversation about Race
Join us in being brave enough to show up, listen, and learn about this ever-challenging topic in community.
Beginning Wednesday, January 11 from 6:15 pm to 7:30 pm we will take up the next Animate study, Practice. Animate: Practice will require no book, unless you want to order the journal on your own. Practice will cover spiritual practices that bring people closer to God and to each other. We will watch the brief video, discuss, and practice what we are learning with great contemporary theologians. Pastor Pam will lead. All are welcome!
Caring For Children Early Learning Center (a ministry of Richfield UMC) is proud to announce that it has recently earned accreditation by the National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA). NECPA is an independent early childhood accrediting organization that encourages quality and recognizes excellence. Check out their website: www.cfcrumc.org