~ Please Join Us This Week~
9:30 am – Traditional Worship and Holy Communion
11:00 am – “ReFuel” Alternative Worship and Holy Communion
To Know Christ! To Make Christ Known!
º We invite you to join us on Sunday mornings at 9:30 for Traditional Worship and Holy Communion or at 11 am for our new alternative “ReFuel” worship service, led by Wynand and Denise Hansen, each Sunday in Parish Hall. Give it a try! Invite your friends and neighbors!
º You may listen to our recent sermons or entire Sunday services by clicking here.
Wednesday Evening Activities
º 5:30-6:30 pm – Simple Supper – $3 person/$10/family
º 6:00 pm – Joyful Noise! (music school for children)
º 6:30 pm – 1st-4th grade: Spark
º 6:30 pm -5th-6th grade: Ignite
º 6:30 pm -7th-8th grade: Jolt
º 6:30 pm -9th-12th grade: T.R.I.B.E.
º 6:30 pm – Adult Bible Study
º 7:45 pm – Worship Service
To register your child for one of our Wednesday night programs, please
contact Brigitte Leininger , fill out a blue sheet at worship, or click here for the Faith Formation Registration Form.
Meet our friendly House of Prayer family and learn what makes us a special place to know Christ and to make Christ known!
Save the Date – October 26October 26 will be an exciting day at House of Prayer. Not only is it Reformation Sunday and our 61th anniversary, it is Confirmation Sunday and Youth and Family Day. We will celebrate with a light lunch at 11:15 for all, followed by a repeat performance by ventriloquist Dave Malmberg.
Register Now for HoP Pre-School!
House of Prayer Pre-School, a service to the community since 1966, still has openings for children, ages 3-5, in our fall classes. Classes began September 9 and meet Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 9:00 – 11:30 am.
2014-15 tuition is $170 per month, plus a $50 registration fee. See our webpage for more information. To register, contact Susan Harrison, Director, at 612-861-7110
Loaves and Fishes Crew
A dedicated crew from House of Prayer prepared and served supper at Loaves and Fishes on June 3. Click here to see more photos of the workers having fun helping others.
Blankets for Love
HoP women met frequently this summer to tie fleece blankets for Rising Cedar, a facility built to provide housing for 40 residents with serious and persistent mental illness. Our Prayer Shawl Ministry sponsored this outreach project to create a fleece blanket for each resident. The blankets were blessed and taken to Rising Cedar on July 13.
Bloomington – Richfield Grief Support Coalition
… will resume in the fall. Watch for more information. All are welcome. Please contact Pastor Linda if you have questions.
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