We meet at 2 PM on Sundays at 501 SE Oak St, Minneapolis. Sunday service is a weekly time of worship when the whole congregation comes together and celebrates that Jesus is risen. We believe that gathering together as the Body of Christ is absolutely necessary for continued growth as followers of Christ. For those new to Christianity, Sunday service is also a great way to explore many of the beliefs of the Christian faith. As Hebrews 10:24-25 says, “24 And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, 25 not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.” Life is a race that is meant to be run together, and we all receive a collective energy boost through worshiping together on this day. We hope to see you there!
What to Expect
The attire worn at Sunday service is up to you, but it ranges from college casual to business casual. We sing songs, hear a sermon from Bible, and sing some more songs, with prayers interspersed throughout. We welcome all people to join with us in our Sunday celebration of Jesus. We can be loud, in the form of rock and roll, or serene in the form of old school songs, but we’re always about Jesus. But more than entertainment, our music is part of the way in which we prepare our hearts and minds to hear the Word and respond to the Word. After Sunday service, we love to hang out for a bit and eat snacks in the back, as well as share what’s going on in our lives — whether serious or lighthearted. Many people also go out to eat after service, so if you’re hungry for some physical food after receiving spiritual food, you will definitely find some people to eat with!
COVID-19 Update – Complying with the recent MN state and city policies, we have lifted the mask requirement and social distancing measures for our in-person meetings. However, we will honor anyone’s decision to keep their masks on at all times as an extra precaution. If you have not been fully vaccinated, we do encourage that you keep your masks on and continue to practice social distancing. We will continue to monitor the situation and update our measures accordingly in order to keep our community safe.