We have a hunch what makes us whole, starts small.
Central to faithfulness is our proximity to one another.
These are Connect Groups: a place to locate faith together.
Food & Friends | Every Sunday 11:30A-12:30p
Every week after Sunday Service, folks from UC take conversation to a local restaurant. This is a good opportunity to meet people with low commitment. Is it getting weird fast? Just disappear into the streets of Uptown. Things going well? Get dessert. Simple.
For more information about where we eat each week, ask someone on Sunday.
Read Big | Tuesdays 6:30-8:00p | Dunn Bros
We are watching movies. Well, sort of. We are reading the books of the bible aloud, together, as if it were a movie. Meaning, we are taking in the scripture in large chunks. We hope you can come give this a shot with us. It really is a story worth a watch.
(if you don't like reading aloud, cool, just come listen.)
Coffee & Conversation | Thursdays 6:30-8:00p | Dunn Bros
Each week we read another article, video or post that speaks to the current life of our culture and response as Christians. Everything from autism to sexuality to politics to community development. It's all done over coffee. So come to Dunn Bros and drink coffee, get to know some UC folks and have a good talk.
Playdates & Parents | Twice a month | TBD
Well, you are a parent now. You’ve started talking to strangers through by way of kids. You know, at the park speaking to your kid by name, but addressing the other adult slowly walking around the slides and swings speaking in a high voice. Yeah, that’s you now. Maybe you want to know these parents better? Come to our playgroup, and don’t forget to bring your kid!
Ace Readers | Wednesdays 2:30-4:30p | Lyndale Elementary
We think story is so important. We all have one and we believe an opportunity to share it changes lives. Studies show if a student cannot read at a grade level by 3rd grade, they have an 11% change of graduating. That's why we are partnering with Ace in the City for the Ace Readers after-school program at Lyndale Elementary right here in South Minneapolis. Can you help?