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Sunday Worship: Creating Gratitude

We have spoken of gratitude together many times.Sunday morning worship will again dwell on this most life-giving discipline.We will hear a reflection about how each one of us can develop a practice by which we can create the kind of gratitude that could steer our lives.Worship will be led by Jeff Hammergren and the reflection delivered by Cassie…

Sunday Worship: Meeting Each Other Again for the First Time

This Sunday PPUMC worships on TWO “campuses’!A mighty contingent – nearly 50 strong – travels to Camp Koronis in Paynesville on winter retreat. The second gathering is, per usual, at 22 Orlin Av S where we’ll keep the home fires burning!Whichever group you choose to join, you can anticipate one thing: We will know each other better on the way out than…

Walking on Water: What I did on my winter vacation

From Pastor Chris: This Sunday’s reflection topic is “Walking on Water: What I did on my winter vacation.” I am so looking forward to sharing some of what I discovered as I wandered through renewal leave. And, of course, we will also sing and pray and talk together of many things central to our community.Friends, I…

PoP-uP Worship / Groundhog Day: Until We Get It Right!

In the film, “Groundhog Day”, TV weatherman Phil Connors gets trapped in a time warp and ends up living the same day again, and again…and again. Sound familiar? Join us this Sunday as we explore new possibilities for our lives, individually and collectively, living aware and in the present through our own ‘Groundhog Days’. Who knows,…

Sunday Worship: Re-weaving the Social Fabric

Our January sermon series on non-violence strategies and peaceful community building concludes this Sunday with Harry Boyte’s reflection, “Re-Weaving the Social Fabric.” Our theme for the month has encouraged us to live in the world as People of YES – yes to justice, yes to hope, yes to new paradigms of working and living together…

Winter Retreat

The annual PPUMC Winter Retreat will be February 15-16, 2020. Mark your calendars and plan to join people of all ages at Camp Koronis, near Paynesville, MN. The camp is equipped with: -A tubing/sledding hill-Cross country ski trails-Ice skating/broom ball rink-A gym for volleyball and basketball-Large meeting rooms for board games, jigsaw puzzles, sing-a-longs and…

Caritas

The 10th anniversary season of the Prospect Park UMC Community Concert Series continues as a cappella vocal ensemble Caritas welcomes us to Listen to the Voice! There is no admission fee, with a freewill offering taken for Simpson Housing. RSVP on Facebook! Caritas performed its first season in the spring of 2002 with the express…

PoP-uP WorshiP: Creation Care is In Our Roots

Our January series on non-violent engagement and empowerment continues during this Sunday’s PoP-uP worshiP as we consider creation care as an act of non-violence. As followers of Jesus, we are called to be active participants in the responsible stewardship of God’s creation, and to work for eco-justice across the planet…as well as our own backyard.…

Sunday Worship: Nonviolence – A Wellspring of Hope in a World in Flames

Our January worship series on the disciplines and possibilities of nonviolence continues this Sunday with a reflection from Harry Boyte entitled, “Nonviolence – A Wellspring of Hope in a World in Flames.”   As Co-Director of the Public Work Academy at Augsburg College, Harry brings the perspective of a lifetime committed to the ideals of…