Brené Brown’s newest book, Braving the Wilderness will be our summer book read! In Braving the Wilderness, Brown redefines what it means to truly belong in an age of increased polarization. With her trademark mix of research, storytelling, and honesty, Brown will again change the cultural conversation while mapping a clear path to true belonging. Joining with our “God is Wild” Summer exploration. As we think about God being wild, we’ll think about braving our own wilderness, including thinking of the wilderness of vulnerability. We’ll be discussing what it means to feel that we belong.
Come join us upstairs at Moon Palace Books on Minnehaha for book discussions on the following dates:
June 12th, 7:30-8:30 PM (Chapter 1)
July 10th, 7:30-8:30 PM (Chapters 2-4)
August 14th, 7:30-8:30 PM (Chapters 5-7)
June 21, 7:00-8:30 PM
Sisters’ Sludge Wine and Coffee Bar, 3746 23rd Ave S, Minneapolis
Drinks and Conversation around the topic: How literally should we read sacred text?
Open questions on theology, life, culture
All are welcome — Bring your whole self
Show up, put on a name tag, share your lived experience and hear what others have to say. This event is planned by Spirit Garage and the Young Adults at Bethlehem Twin Cities.
Longfellow Walking Tour
Wednesday, June 27, 6:30-8:15 PM
Get your steps in!
Get to know the Longfellow neighborhood!
Spend some time with other SGers!
On Wednesday, June 27 we will lead a walking/wheeling tour of part of the Longfellow neighborhood, walking by some of our neighborly points of interest, stopping for ice cream, time in a park, and more. The route will be about 3.5 miles, with breaks. We will have lots of time to chat, take fun pictures, and be out and about in this neighborhood we call home. What might we learn about Longfellow from the sidewalk level? Expect to be out until about 8:15; longer if you want to stop for a drink and food at the end of the walk.
We will leave from outside the Hook and Ladder at 6:30 pm.
Sunday, July 15, 10:30am
Each year we hold worship at Minnehaha Falls Park. Our annual free community picnic will follow at 11:45 at the picnic tables adjacent to the bandstand. Look for Spirit Garage Signage to guide your way. After lunch, take some time to enjoy the park walking and bike trails down to the falls and creek below. Bike and Cart rentals are available at Sea Salt Restaurant. Please note: all parking is pay parking.
Revealed Live Concert
Saturday, July 21, 7-9pm
We are having a night out for pizza and music with our worship team, Revealed. This venue has a swanky patio lounge and solid pizza. Relax and enjoy the weather and atmosphere! No cover, all ages. The request lines are now open!
Sunday, July 22, 11am-5pm
Bike, walk, yoga, boogie, skateboard, or sleep your way down Lake St and Minnehaha Ave as we party with our friends at Zorongo Flamenco Dance Studio, Jawahir Dance Studio, and The Hook & Ladder Theater & Lounge. Live music, arts & crafts, ping pong, flamenco and belly dancing and food are all on the menu! For more information visit openstreetsmpls.org.
Sunday, September 2, 10am
This years’ Lake Harriet Bandshell Service is Labor Day Weekend, the last hurrah of the summer before school starts. Our annual picnic will follow worship at 11:30am. Look for the Spirit Garage Signs at the picnic areas and grills on the hill, adjacent to the bandshell. Volunteers are welcome to sign up HERE.