Northeast United Methodist Church
Friday, May 24, 2013
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
Help In Our Neighborhood
Resources for Help and Support
Prayer Requests, Christian Support Group, Grief Support 612.789.7462
Alcoholics Anonymous 800.459.8495 or 612.788.4464
Columbia Heights Southern Anoka Community Food Shelf, 627 38th Avenue N.E. 763.789.2444
East Side Thrift Store (low-cost clothing, furniture and household items) 612.789.0600
Gamblers Anonymous (meets Saturdays at Northeast United Methodist)
Love Lines Crisis Center (emergency counseling) 612.379.1199
New Brighton Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, 2101 NW 14th St. 651.621.7460
Eastside Meals on Wheels, 817 Main St. N.E., 612-277-2528
Minneapolis Senior Food Shelf, 1801 Central Avenue N.E. 612.788.9521
Salvation Army NEED, (food shelf) 612.789.2858
Simpson Food/Housing Shelter 612.379.1199
The Dignity Center at Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church, 511 Groveland Avenue, Minneapolis 612.435.1336 (Help for people in poverty with referrals to community programs and services, ongoing support and problem solving, assistance for people in crisis, legal triage and financial education, resources such as bus passes, clothing vouchers and school supplies, coaching and life skills training for those seeking long-term self-sufficiency)
Here's where you can learn more about the United Methodist Church.
OrangeFloat.org - a Web site for teens, by teens.
United Methodist Church - a Web site of the United Methodist Church, especially for people who are seeking a more meaningful relationship with God.
United Methodist Church - the official Web site of the United Methodist Church.
United Methodist Television - See the love of God at work through human hands.
Minnesota Conference - the Web site of the Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.
United Methodist Women - the Web site of the Women's Division of United Methodist Global Ministries.
About our neighborhood
Long thought of as a working-class neighborhood, Northeast Minneapolis is undergoing dynamic changes. Although it's still a "first neighborhood" for immigrant families, it's also becoming a mecca for the arts, with theaters, galleries and musical organizations popping up everywhere. There are several fine restaurants in the area. We also have great parks. Northeast is a great place to live, work, and worship.
Our vision: To be an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling, socially just community of faith in the United Methodist tradition in Northeast Minneapolis.