presented in collaboration with the Immigrant Welcoming Group (Board of Outreach) Empowering Adult Immigrants Through Education is the mission of Learning in Style School (LIS). Located at 2200 Nicollet, LIS has been a part of the Whittier community for over 25 years. Founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet (CSJ), LIS is an […]
Book Study on Braiding Sweetgrass, by Robin Wall Kimmerer Dr. Kimmerer presents this book as a gift of braided stories “meant to heal our relationship with the world” by weaving together the three strands of “indigenous ways of knowing, scientific knowledge, and the story of an Anishinabekwe scientist trying to bring them together in service […]
We Are the Story, quilt exhibit, presented in collaboration with the Gallery Committee (Board of Fine Arts)
Plymouth Film Club Discussion: The River and the Wall BY RICHARD JEWELL Plymouth Film Club is offering a discussion of The River and the Wall (2019, 97 min., documentary) Sunday, Feb. 7, at 12:30 p.m. on Zoom. The guest hosts who chose the film are Plymouth’s IWWG—the Immigrant Welcoming Working Group. Beth Faeth and […]
“Learning to Walk in the Dark” provides a way to find spirituality in those times when we don’t have all the answers. Barbara Brown Taylor has become increasingly uncomfortable with our tendency to associate all that is good with lightness and all that is evil and dangerous with darkness. Doesn’t God work in the nighttime […]
Meet Academia Elze Spanish Immersion Learning Center at Plymouth Church. We strive for diversity. Karina Elze, Educational Coordinator, has many degrees, M.Ed, University of Minnesota, B.A. in Early Childhood Studies, and A.S. in Early Childhood Education. Karen Eustis, Director, B.S. Law, A.S. Liberal Arts, Certificate Graphic Design.
Truth and Reparations in MN presented in collaboration with the Racial Justice Initiative Curtiss DeYoung
#4 On Crazy We Built a Nation “All men are created equal.” Those words, from the Declaration of Independence, are central to the story that Americans tell about ourselves and our history. But what did those words mean to the man who actually wrote them?
Isaiah , presented in collaboration with the Racial Justice Initiative Doran Schrantz , Executive Director
Minneapolis: An Urban Biography presented in collaboration with the Board of Spiritual Formation Tom Weber
Introduction to Centering Prayer This course presents the basic theological principles and method of Centering Prayer which is a form of Christian meditation now practiced worldwide. There are 2 sessions of centering prayer as well as brief presentations on the why, how and purpose of Centering Prayer. (Participants are encouraged to attend follow up sessions […]
Theater 45 with Seth Patterson
Reimagining Community Safety presented in collaboration with the Racial Justice Initiative Elizabeth Glidden & Ann Manning