daddy/daughter camp in
Dads bring your daughters (age 4 years - 5th Grade) for a night of activities and fun and spend a night in the church. Each child will go home with a special item to remember their 2020 Daddy/Daughter Camp-In.
When: February 28-29 | 6:30pm - 7:30am
Where: Colonial Church
Who: Dads (or other male figure in a girl’s life) and Daughters (Ages 4-5th Grade)
Please contact Hannah with questions
“Join us for an overnight camp in with other 'dads' and Daughters"
wild and wonderful ways god empowered women in scripture
Some claim the Bible is a male-driven narrative, but we know God's way of loving turns societal norms upside down. In this new Bible study series, we will discover many of the ways God dramatically and counter-culturally empowered women throughout Scripture. We'd love to have both men and women's voices at our study
Thursday, January 30th
Thursday, February 20th
Thursday, March 19th
Thursday, April 16th
Thursday, May 21st
Where: The Melander home:
Cost: $20/study (includes dinner)
Please contact Sarah with questions
"join as we explore God turning gender stereotypes upside down."
ur men monthly event
Men of Upper Room, join other guys from the community for a casual night out over food and drinks and other fun activities on the first Tuesday of every month. Learn more!
When: March 3 | 7:00pm
Please contact Greg with questions
“Join other men from the community for a casual night out over food and drinks"
ur young adults dinner
Community members, Emily & Steve Conrad, would like to invite the UR Young Adults to their home for dinner on the second Tuesday of every month. After reflecting on the influence UR had on them while they were in their 20s, they simply want to create a space to come together and create community. No need to bring anything, simply RSVP to help them in their planning, which is also where you'll receive their address in a confirmation message.
When: March 10 | 6:00 pm
Where: Conrad's home in South Minneapolis
Who: Young Adults
Please contact Emily with questions
“gather together and create connections with other young adults in the community"
When we stepped into a collaborative partnership with Colonial Church it was decided that one of our goals would be to collaborate as two distinct churches for the sake of the Kingdom of God in faithfulness to Jesus Christ. One simple way to live into this is by knowing what is happening in each other’s communities and participating in opportunities each person feels would be a good fit. Click on the buttons below to see what’s happening at Colonial.