Oct
20
Sun
Worship @ Hook & Ladder Theater
Oct 20 @ 10:30 am
Worship @ Hook & Ladder Theater | Minneapolis | Minnesota | United States

Spirit Garage gathers for worship Sundays – Live and In Person.

Hook & Ladder Theater, 3010 Minnehaha Avenue in Minneapolis, on the corner of Minnehaha and Lake Streets

Online worship through Twitter and Facebook

Oct
27
Sun
Worship @ Hook & Ladder Theater
Oct 27 @ 11:30 am
Worship @ Hook & Ladder Theater | Minneapolis | Minnesota | United States

Spirit Garage gathers for worship Sundays – Live and In Person.

Hook & Ladder Theater, 3010 Minnehaha Avenue in Minneapolis, on the corner of Minnehaha and Lake Streets

Online worship through Twitter and Facebook

Grilled Cheese Sunday! @ All Square
Oct 27 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Grilled Cheese Sunday! @ All Square

Once a month following Sunday worship, we go to All Square for Grilled Cheese. All Square is a restaurant and institute that employs and educates formerly incarcerated folks to set them up for success now that they are “All Square” with the law. It’s an amazing place with about 15 different kinds of grilled cheese!

 

Nov
2
Sat
Enneagram Workshop @ Squirrel Haus Arts
Nov 2 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Enneagram Workshop @ Squirrel Haus Arts

The Enneagram is a way of understanding nine basic types of people and how we behave, communicate, interpret things and respond in the world. It gives us a tool for understanding ourselves and the connections between the personality, psychological development and spiritual transformation.

During this workshop you’ll learn about the Enneagram system, discover your Enneagram number and learn how each type communicates, participates in conflict and gives feedback, along with some tools to improve these things.

Fees will cover coffee, snacks and lunch, plus enneagram materials you can take home with you. This event needs between 12 and 30 people, so register today! Tickets are transferrable, but not refundable.

Your facilitator is Holly Johnson. Holly is trained in the Enneagram in Business, by Ginger Lapid-Bogda and understands herself to be a Social Two with a well-traveled eight-line and a three wing, and if you don’t know what that means but are curious, this  is the right place to be. She has facilitated trainings for college groups, camp staffs, women’s groups, office teams, leaders, and random groups like this.

 

Nov
3
Sun
Worship @ Hook & Ladder Theater
Nov 3 @ 10:30 am
Worship @ Hook & Ladder Theater | Minneapolis | Minnesota | United States

Spirit Garage gathers for worship Sundays – Live and In Person.

Hook & Ladder Theater, 3010 Minnehaha Avenue in Minneapolis, on the corner of Minnehaha and Lake Streets

Online worship through Twitter and Facebook

Nov
10
Sun
Worship @ Hook & Ladder Theater
Nov 10 @ 10:30 am
Worship @ Hook & Ladder Theater | Minneapolis | Minnesota | United States

Spirit Garage gathers for worship Sundays – Live and In Person.

Hook & Ladder Theater, 3010 Minnehaha Avenue in Minneapolis, on the corner of Minnehaha and Lake Streets

Online worship through Twitter and Facebook

Nov
12
Tue
Book Discussion: Take This Bread: A Radical Conversion, by Sara Miles @ Moon Palace Books
Nov 12 @ 7:30 pm – 8:45 pm
Book Discussion: Take This Bread: A Radical Conversion, by Sara Miles @ Moon Palace Books

Join us for our Fall book discussions on Sara Miles’ “Take This Bread: A Radical Conversion”

About the book: Early one morning, for no earthly reason, Sara Miles, raised an atheist, wandered into a church, received communion, and found herself transformed–embracing a faith she’d once scorned. A lesbian left-wing journalist who’d covered revolutions around the world, Miles didn’t discover a religion that was about angels or good behavior or piety; her faith centered on real hunger, real food, and real bodies. Before long, she turned the bread she ate at communion into tons of groceries, piled on the church’s altar to be given away. Within a few years, she and the people she served had started nearly a dozen food pantries in the poorest parts of their city.

The church she ended up at is St. Gregory of Nyssa, a super unique progressive Episcopalian church in San Francisco. I’ll tell you about it as we go through the book!

Get your food and drink (or not) down at Geek Love Cafe and then head upstairs for the discussion. We’ll cover the first ten chapters in the first meeting; approximately the next 100 pages in the subsequent meetings. This is not a “Club” so you can come to one or all.

The books will be available at Moon Palace Books for 20% off; You can usually find our book picks in the front of the store with the label “Spirit Garage Book” under it. Support your local bookstore! (Also support libraries, etc.)

Nov
17
Sun
Worship @ Hook & Ladder Theater
Nov 17 @ 10:30 am
Worship @ Hook & Ladder Theater | Minneapolis | Minnesota | United States

Spirit Garage gathers for worship Sundays – Live and In Person.

Hook & Ladder Theater, 3010 Minnehaha Avenue in Minneapolis, on the corner of Minnehaha and Lake Streets

Online worship through Twitter and Facebook

Grilled Cheese Sunday! @ All Square
Nov 17 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Grilled Cheese Sunday! @ All Square

Once a month following Sunday worship, we go to All Square for Grilled Cheese. All Square is a restaurant and institute that employs and educates formerly incarcerated folks to set them up for success now that they are “All Square” with the law. It’s an amazing place with about 15 different kinds of grilled cheese!

 

Nov
19
Tue
Risking Light: A Film about Restorative Justice @ Riverview Theater
Nov 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Risking Light: A Film about Restorative Justice @ Riverview Theater
From the streets of Min­neapo­lis, the abo­rig­i­nal lands of Aus­tralia, and the killing fields of Cam­bo­dia come the pow­er­ful sto­ries of three peo­ple who had the courage to step out of the haunt­ing, trag­ic dark­ness of the past, risk­ing every­thing to reach the light of their own com­pas­sion.

Risk­ing Light is a thought-pro­vok­ing doc­u­men­tary that explores resilience, and the painful process of mov­ing from grief to com­pas­sion and for­give­ness.

Visit the theater lobby for information about restorative justice programs in Hennepin County. After the film, stay for remarks by Mary Johnson, North Minneapolis resident and the founder of From Death to Life, whose story of meeting and forgiving the man who murdered her son is featured in the film.

Resource fair in the lobby featuring: Community Mediation and Restorative Services, Conflict Resolution Center, From Death to Life, Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute, Restorative Justice Community Action and Seward Longfellow Restorative Justice

Tickets will be available at the screening for $12 each. (or $10 if you click the link above and then hit the button for “get tickets”)