sundays at hennepin

In-person worship returns soon!
May 30 @ 10am

virtual listening posts: April 18,
May 5, 16 & 23

Kids & Youth listening posts: May 16, 22 & 23

Live worship services: Sundays @ 8:30 & 10am

Weekly virtual coffee fellowship:
Sundays @ 11am

Weekly Virtual Sunday School On You-Tube

Weekly Faith Series for Youth & Young Adults on Sundays

Summer Anti-racism Series

Join Hennepin this summer as we lift up Black voices–making the effort
to listen, learn, and take action toward equity and justice
for all of our brothers and sisters in our beloved community.
Below are some ways to continue our journey.
Dr. Carol Anderson
The Second: Race & Guns in a Fatally Unequal America

June 3 @ 7pm on Zoom
Buy tickets & the book now!

Virtual Small Groups
This Is Our Story: Celebrating & Learning from the Black Church
June 9, 16, 23, 30 @ 7pm

An Evening with
Jericho Brown
(In-person or virtual)
June 19 @ 6–8pm
Buy Tickets Now!

events at hennepin

13th Annual Donation Drive
May 15 @ 9am-noon

VIRTUAL INFO SESSION
May 16 @ 11:30am

Weekly virtual reading group!
7:30pm Sundays

Monthly virtual book club!
7pm May 20

Grad Sunday is Virtual:
May 23 @ 8:30 & 10am

Copper Street Brass Summer Concerts: Route 66 | June 3 @ 7pm

Church Conference to Elect Lay Leaders: June 6 @ 7pm

Fundraiser to Support Common Hope
June 13 @ 12pm

Copper Street Brass Summer Concerts: American Bandstand | July 1 @ 7pm

Copper Street Brass Summer Concerts: Route 66 | July 29 @ 7pm

Daily Prayer Connection: 8am Mondays–Fridays

Daily Prayer Connection: 8pm Mondays–Fridays

free saliva tests
mon–wed–fridays
7:30am–2:30pm

Monthly virtual book club!
7pm June 17

Monthly virtual book club!
7pm July 15

Show What We Believe! YARD SIGNS AVAILABLE

 

WE HAVE LOTS OF GREAT
EVENTS & ACTIVITIES PLANNED FOR
CHILDREN & YOUTH!


visit children's page
visit youth webpage
 

past event highlights

WATCH NOW > > > Moral Activism:
Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove

Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove is a writer, speaker, and moral activist who weaves his personal journey of transformation with the compelling stories of ordinary people who leaned into the public square with fresh imagination to love in uncommon ways and create transformation in their communities.
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On Saturday, January 16, 2021, Hennepin hosted Jonathan for a 90-minute conversation and discussion (via zoom) offering an opportunity to engage with some of the most thoughtful and inspirational voices in progressive faith.
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Jonathan has been called “a scribe for the moral movement in America.” His most recent book, Revolution of Values, returns to the heart of the Christian message—to follow Jesus, love our neighbor, bless those who persecute us, and pursue justice on behalf of “the least of these.” He serves on the national steering committee of the Poor People's Campaign and directs The School for Conversion, an education center committed to "making surprising friendships possible."

WATCH THE RECAP > > > 2020
Trunk–or–Treat

Thank you all for coming to Hennepin Avenue UMC's annual Trunk or Treat Halloween celebration! It was so much fun to see your costumes and collect your votes for your favorite trunk decorations. Most of all, it was good to be together!
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Which Was Your Favorite Trunk?
You voted... and your votes have been counted! Your favorite trunk was Jerry Gale's Halloween Riddles! Thanks, Jerry, for keeping us guessing!
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Now the only question left is what Jerry will order with his prize–a Door Dash gift card! Congratulations Jerry!



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