JANUARY 26, 4:30PM

First Person Plural is the new feature film by Twin Cities filmmaker, Eric Tretbar, whose independent feature films explore the intimate conflicts of love, family duty, belief and politics as they depict the many peoples and communities of the Twin Cities.

We hope you can join us for this special preview screening, followed by a discussion of the film’s issues and production with the director and actors. This event is open to the public and all are welcome!

Cost: $25 and includes the movie and meal. Click here for tickets.

Through JANUARY 25

The activist art of renowned graphic artist Ricardo Levins Morales is now on view at Hennepin Avenue UMC.

Be moved by the courage, power, and conviction of Morales’s work, and meet the artist himself at this special reception.

Morales, who describes himself as a “healer and trickster organizer disguised as an artist,” was born in Puerto Rico and was drawn into activism in Chicago when his family moved there in 1967. His art is an integral part of his activism with farmers, environmental, labor, racial justice and peace movements.

JANUARY 28, 7:00PM

Bring your sonic screwdriver and explore the intersection of faith and science through the beloved TV series Doctor Who in video-based group discussion.

Author Rev. Matt Rawle (Faith of a Mockingbird, Hollywood Jesus) brings attention to the religious in the midst of pop culture. In The Salvation of Doctor Who, Matt draws on the long-running TV show and cult favorite Doctor Who to chart the intersection of faith and science. Small group led by Curtis Johnson. Study books are $10, pick yours up at the first class. Register at haumc.org/register, or just drop in as you are able.


Personal branding is the way you show up, the way you market yourself, and is unavoidable. In a world with an increasingly faster pace, the “snapshots” we have of each other are worth our attention. The “snapshots” people attach to you become part of your personal brand. Join consultant and coach Bill Lewis for a workshop on taking charge of your personal brand so people think about you the way you want them to think of you.

Adulting 101 is a monthly series of FREE life-skills workshops. Gather on 1st Sundays at 1:00pm. Get Brunch in the Social Hall, then get adulting! (And if it’s your first time at Brunch, it’s on the house!)