Worship at the Falls
Our annual worship service at Minnehaha Falls Park this year will be on Sunday, August 3. Join us at 10:30 as we gather for worship at the bandshell with St. James Episcopal and Lake Nokomis Lutheran. Please also bring a picnic lunch and stay after the service for a great time of fellowship at the picnic tables behind the bandshell. You can also get food at the Sea Salt Eatery located in the park. If you'd like to be part of a pick-up choir for the worship service, please come to the park an hour early, and bring a chair!
Minnehaha Is Hiring
Minnehaha is hiring for a childcare worker. Click here to view the posting.
Summer Fun at Minnehaha UMC
Join us this summer – we’ll play, we’ll learn, we’ll grow…
Confirmation Camp (for Middle Schoolers):
July 29 – 31
An overnight program for youth who have completed fifth through ninth grade. Confirmands will travel to Lake Koronis Assembly Grounds to dig deep into faith, and into play. We will canoe, hike, swim, and more; most importantly we will grow together as a class.
Do you have questions? Want to register? Visit our website at www.minnehaha.org or contact Jenia Strom at email@example.com
Support the Minnehaha Food Shelf
The Minnehaha Food Shelf has served more than 600 clients each month in 2014. (In May we served more than 35,000 lbs. of food to 828 clients!) Please remember the families who are in need of food with a donation of food or money. Thank you.
The Food Shelf was featured in the Southside Pride. Read the full article here.
New to the city?
New to the neighborhood?
New to church?
Visit Minnehaha United Methodist Church. We’re a church of faith, with (usually) two Sunday worship services—plus a Taizé service once a month. We’re a church of action, supporting the local Food Shelf, Habitat for Humanity, Meals on Wheels and more. We’re a church of neighbors, helping, supporting and sharing with each other. We’re a church of renewal, with music, prayer and even silence. Curious? Confused? Willing to take a risk? Click here to find out what a first visit would be like. Good things happen at Minnehaha. Pass it on.
Native American Speakers at Minnehaha
Recently, David Larson, a Dakota Elder, and Mi-zi-way Mi-gi-zi Desjarlait, a Red Lake Ojibwe, spoke at Minnehaha UMC about understanding and building relationships between Native Americans and our congregation, and about living as a Native American in the United States today. Click here to go to our Speakers page and listen to their presentations.
Taizé Worship October - May
What is Taizé?
Spend a brief hour and renew your spirit with a worship service of music and meditation. Taizé Worship, based on the teachings of Brother Roger from Taizé France, uses music with "simple" melody lines and periods of silence to quiet the soul and renew the spirit. There is no sermon, just a brief reading and a few questions to consider.
Join us in October after the summer break. Peace.