Sunday Morning Adult Education
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You are encouraged to come to the Fellowship Hall on Sundays between worship services (9:50-10:35.) The forums will use a variety of formats (guest speakers, DVD presentations, group discussion and Bible Study) to Connect our faith to our daily lives. Each forum is a stand-alone event and there is no experience required – so get your coffee and treats and come as you are able.

On March 3 an interactive SKYPE conversation with missionary Leah Moat who is currently serving in Mexico City. Leah spent 10 days in the “borderland” between the US and Mexico, and shared her experiences as well as personal reflections about the people, organizations and infrastructure that make up the “borderland,” tying in additional experiences from working in an immigration clinic in Mexico City. 

March 24: Eco Water: What is our relationship with the 
water that surrounds us?
As an environmental sociologist, Kristen Nelson contributes to an interdisciplinary understanding of environmental change and dynamic human systems. Her recent research focuses on urban ecosystems, low-input vegetation, beekeepers, and bee lawns. Dr. Nelson is a Professor, in the Department of Forest Resources and Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology at the University of Minnesota.


April 7: Spring Signs and Caring for God's Creation
Naturalist Jim Gilbert has spent a lifetime keeping tabs on the changes taking place in the world outside our doorsteps - when plants are flowering, which birds are showing up at feeding stations, and what's happening to the ice on the lakes. Join us to hear Jim's stories and be inspired about caring for creation. All participants will be entered into a drawing to win one of Jim’s books.

Jim Gilbert is a consulting naturalist for WCCO Radio, co-author of the Minnesota Weatherguide Environment calendar, author of four books on nature, and a nature columnist for the Star Tribune. He was a teacher and naturalist in Hopkins Schools for 30 years and an environmental instructor at Gustavus for 17 years. This forum is sponsored by a Thrivent Action Grant.

April 14: Palm Sunday Festival & Pancake Breakfast

April 21: Easter Sunday

April 28: Zero Waste (rescheduled from Mar 10)
Did you know that every plastic toothbrush you've ever used is sitting in a landfill, not de-composing? Amber Haukedahl, co-founder of Tare Market and ZeroWasted.net will speak about our waste problem and why she is helping to launch Minnesota's first zero-waste store. Amber will lead us through her experience living zero waste, why she chooses to live this way, and how Tare Market will help everyday people live more sustainably.  



Behold!, a lectionary-based Bible study, is held weekly on Thursday mornings at 10 AM.  September through May.  Participants consider the texts appointed for the coming Sunday.

Men's Bible Study Groups are formed out of the Men's Ministry and meet around each small group's preferred schedule.

Circles are women's groups that meet for bible study, fellowship and service. 

The Dominick Memorial Library has books, magazines, videos and other resources for both children and adults.