An environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling, socially just community of faith in the United Methodist tradition in Northeast Minneapolis.
Thank you for taking the time to look at our website. Northeast Minneapolis is a great place to live, work, worship, and play. Come be a part of our community of faith, in our garden, in our building, in sanctuary and in action. It is my prayer that wherever you find us, you may find us to be people of justice, healing, and hope. And may we, together, carefully work and live out God’s deepest dreams for the planet.
Peace, Love, and Understanding,
“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” ~ Arthur Ashe
Eco-Kids Camp is Coming!
When: August 1st-5th
Where: Community United Methodist Church, 950 Gould Ave., Columbia Heights
Cost: $75 (for the first time this year, there is a charge for camp—scholarships are available)
Why: Now is the time to teach kids to love and care for and enjoy the planet.
The theme this year is the River of Life! We will learn how rivers are a source of life for the plants and animals and human communities that live on or near rivers. We will canoe down the Mississippi River!Join us! All Kids entering grades 3-6 are welcome!
Don’t just let the summer fly by—fill your summer with joyful intention!
Spend time with kids from our neighborhood.
We need your time and talent to chaperone and Teach our Eco-Camp Kids!
Learn about the interconnectedness of life, increase your knowledge as you share your time and wisdom. Make a difference!
“Wherever the river flows, everything will live.” Ezekiel 47:19
See "Love is a Verb" June 9
You are cordially invited to the screening of a documentary called "Love is a Verb", hosted by Northeast United Methodist Church. Love is a verb is an examination of the work of Fethullah Gulen, a Muslim scholar and humanitarian, and the global movement that he inspired called "Hizmet," the Turkish word for service. This movement is active in various areas, from education and interreligious dialog to humanitarian aid in more than 165 countries around the world. The documentary will be shown at 7:30 p.m. on June 9. Light refreshments will be provided.