It’s an exciting time here at First Universalist Church!
We have many wonderful events, celebrations, and dedications taking place this weekend. We hope you can join us!
House That Love Built Dedication (at build site)
Location: 3026 Morgan Ave. N. Minneapolis, MN 55411
Time: 10:00 AM
Please join us, one and all, on Saturday, November 15th at 10am at 3026 Morgan Avenue N., wearing your yellow First Universalist t-shirts if you have one, to celebrate this day.
Great Gathering: An Evening in Venice
Location: Social Hall
Time: 5:30 –9:30
Come spend “An Evening in Venice”. We’ll have a fabulous Italian Dinner, Gatherings Great and Small to sign up for, a live auction, and a ‘duck pond’ for chances to win prizes. We are looking for great gathering donations, as well as items similar to the silent auction to be used as duck pond prizes– homebrew, cookies, peanut brittle, etc. Come join the party! Send donation submissions to Pam Vincent or Jane Baudelaire- email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
House That Love Built Dedication Celebration (at church)
Location: Social Hall
Time: After both services
Please join us in the Social Hall after both services as we celebrate the completion and dedication of the House That Love Built and look toward our future partnership opportunities with Habitat for Humanity.
Music at First Universalist: Updates and Conversation
Time: 12:30 PM–1:30 PM
Wondering how our music program is moving forward? Wondering about directions? Want to throw out an idea or two? Join Rev. Ruth MacKenzie in the Sanctuary, on Sunday, Nov 16 at 12:30 after the second service. All are welcome!
Cracking the Codes Film Viewing Part II
Location: Cummins Room
Time: 1:00 PM–2:30 PM
Created by Shakti Butler, “Cracking the Codes” examines the causes and consequences of systemic inequity. This film features moving stories from racial justice leaders including Amer Ahmed, Michael Benitez, Barbie-Danielle DeCarlo, Joy DeGruy, Peggy McIntosh, Rinku Sen, Tilman Smith and Tim Wise. Join us for part II of this film and a lively discussion. All are welcome, including those who have not seen Part I.