Posts by Cassie Davies-Juhnke (Page 2)
February Concert Series: Calliope + SE Seniors
In February, we feature the music of Calliope Women’s Chorus in support of Southeast Seniors. Calliope Women’s Chorus, founded in 1976, is the second oldest feminist chorus in the United States.Southeast Seniors is a neighborhood non-profit program coordinating services to help people 65 and older live well at home. Visit the our Community Concert Series page to listen to Calliope perform Moon Goddess by Jocelyn Hagen, and make a donation to SE Seniors! Thank you for your generosity.
January Concert Series: Timbre Junction, benefiting Habitat for Humanity
This month’s pairing for the Community Concert Series is Timbre Junction benefiting Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity. As one of the Twin Cities hardest working acoustic acts, Timbre Junction has cemented a reputation for playing across a variety of musical styles and putting on a spirited show. With their emphasis on skillful playing, tight arrangements and expressive vocals done “their way”, Timbre Junction pushes the envelope…this is not your everyday Minnesota bluegrass band. Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity is committed…
Watch Now: Christmas Eve Service
We celebrate the incarnation of the Prince of Peace. We open our arms with the whole of the earth in welcome and wonder. There are candles, music, Jesus and his animal friends in the manger, Silent Night and more. We encounter the characters of Christmas.
Watch Now: A Virtual Christmas Carol
Thank you to everyone who joined us this morning during worship to watch the world premiere of our production of A Christmas Carol! We had a stellar turnout. We are pleased to let you know that the full video, Fezziwig dancers and all, is now available on YouTube. Please share this video with your friends and family and spread the good tidings! We look forward to seeing you at our 4:00pm worship service on Christmas Eve, via Zoom. Details can be…
December Concert Series: Tower Hill Brass, benefiting FamilyWise
In December, we feature the music of Tower Hill Brass, and benefit FamilyWise (MCCC). Visit the Concert Series page to listen to some holiday selections from Tower Hill Brass and make a donation. 100% of the proceeds will go to FamilyWise.
November Concert Series: Jumpin’ Jehosafats + Simpson Housing Services
In November, we feature the music of Jumpin’ Jehosafats, and benefit Simpson Housing Services. Visit our Concert Series page to listen to Jumpin’ Jehosafats perform Wesley Rules Blues, and learn more about the work that Simpson is doing to help those experiencing homelessness.
Virtual Art Fair & Bazaar: November 1-8!
We have been working closely with PPUMC artists, artisans, and bakers to create packages for you to purchase for yourself and your loved ones. Each and every package has been thoughtfully hand-selected with an assortment of unique, handcrafted items, original artwork, baked goods, and Velasquez fair trade coffee. No two packages are the same! These packages are priced at $25, $50 and $100! Sales are open Sunday, November 1 through Sunday, November 8 – or until we run out of inventory! For more information, visit our shop page:
October Concert Series: Caritas + MCC Refugee Services
During the month of October, we are featuring the music of Caritas Vocal Ensemble and raising money for MN Council of Churches Refugee Services. Listen to a song from Caritas and learn more about both of these groups on our Community Concert Series page! The Prospect Park United Methodist Church Community Concert Series has always been about community: The community supported by local nonprofit organizations that are benefited by the generous donations from concert goers The community of musicians who…
Virtual Open Yoga with Leslie Ball
OPEN YOGA / Virtual Schedule Mondays at 6pmWednesdays at 5:30pmSaturdays at 11am Classes are open to all levels. No previous yoga experience necessary. Instructor Leslie Ball is a certified teacher in Vinyasa, Hot, and Yin formats. She trained at Corepower Yoga in Minneapolis, and at Kripalu Center in Massachusetts. She is a licensed practitioner of LifeForce Yoga, using Yoga to address depression and anxiety. For nine years she has been leading Open Yoga, a restorative yoga program incorporating spirituality and the arts…
Tapping Meditation: Calming Fear About What’s Happening in the World
In the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, Angela Hed Vincent would like to offer the below tapping meditation. Whether it’s the coronavirus, climate crisis, or political unrest, there are so many things in the news right now that have us leaning into our fears. Studies have found that chronic states of fear, stress, and anxiety weaken your immune system. This tapping meditation was designed to help you reduce this fear, making space in your body for peace and boosting your…