Spiritual formation and growth begin in-utero as the music and rhythms of sacred music, worship and prayer are lived in family routines. From birth through age three, children continue to be shaped by the rhythms and routines of family faith practices and worship in ways that strongly influence their later adult practices. Como Park Lutheran is a place that shapes faith formation and spiritual growth for entire families in ways that are both age specific and intergenerational, and that tie Sunday worship to daily life. Join us for the following and see if it’s right for you.
9:35-10:30am Resuming in September
CONTACT: Jane Nelson, 651-484-7978
All children 3 years old (by August 31) through 8th grade
CONTACT: Pastor Marty, 651-646-7127 x 202
September of the 7th grade year through Spring of the 9th grade year
Using a large-group/small-group presentation-discussion format for young people and adults together, we spend one year of Wednesday evening classes on basic stories of the Bible, and one year on Catechism and Lutheranism. Our current curriculum is called “I AM” and it explores ten key identity statements for believers through the lenses of scripture, catechism, and Lutheranism. It asks you to wrestle with statements like: “I am God’s,” “I am loved,” I am saved,” “I am a steward, I am a child of the Resurrection,” and more.
June 12-16 2017
Sundays, between worship services from September – May at 9:35am
Opportunities for exploring our faith, especially the intersection of faith and daily life. This year’s forums include Bible Studies, Wellness Themes, Congregational Life and Mission, Social Justice Topics, and different ways of understanding the life and work of Jesus.
Como Park Lutheran Church contracts with a distinguished professor each year, to preach and teach five Sundays during the year on a topic that they are passionate about. Some of our past luminaries include Doctors David Lose, Matthew Skinner, Terry Fretheim, Roland Martinson, Carolyne Lewis, Catherine Schifferdecker, Mark Thronveit, Eric Baretto, Dr. Michael Chan, and this year, Dr. David Fredrickson.
First Tuesday of each month at Ol’Mexico, just a block North of Larpenteur on Lexington at 8pm.
Theology on Tap is one of our off-site activities. It’s an opportunity to talk about how our faith life intersects with our everyday life. Conversation topics range from racism to the decline of the Church in America, and a wide variety of topics of interest to those who show up. Join us at Ol’ Mexico and share a beer/wine/soda in fellowship with each other.
Tuesdays, 9:00 a.m.,
The Underground Music Café (1579 Hamline Avenue North)
Topics include Lutherans and current events, explaining “church talk” like law and gospel, and relating to other religions and denominations.
Thursdays at 7:30 a.m. at Perkins in Roseville (1495 County Road B West)
Coffee. Bacon. Bible. Bring yourself and a friend!
The Grace Circle meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 9:30am in the Fireside Room. Breaking for the summer and resuming in September.
Contact: Elsie Trapp at 651-646-6955
Women of the Word
The Women of the Word Group meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm at the Barnes & Noble café in HarMar Mall. Breaking for the summer and resuming in September.
Contact: Jane Nelson at 651-484-7978 or email@example.com