Women and girls/female-identifying people of all ages will gather to make a difference in the world! This is an annual event that Bethlehem puts on, and we will join them. This year we’ll also be collecting children’s books for My Very Own Bed, a local organization that provides beds for children whose families have recently transitioned from homelessness to a place of their own. After our service projects, we’ll enjoy lunch together – invite your friends and register today!
From rolling bandages to assembling Newborn and Hospice kits and more, their impact will be felt not as a grand gesture, but rather as an accumulation of little things that make a big difference. This year we’ll also be collecting children’s books for My Very Own Bed, a local organization that provides beds for children whose families have recently transitioned from homelessness to a place of their own. After our service projects, we’ll enjoy lunch together – join us!
Help us plan for you by registering in advance, CLICK HERE.
If you’d like to contribute items for the kits, we are collecting the following:
- Bath towel – regular size (48”- 52”)
- Heavy-duty kitchen gloves size medium
- Bar Soap – bath size, wrapped, Dove Unscented/Sensitive Skin
- Toothbrush in original packaging
- Nail Clipper – large size
- Comb – pick-style
- Pure Petroleum Jelly (not creamy or scented) – 4oz or larger jar
- Receiving blanket – size approximately 30” x 30”
- Newborn stocking cap – 14” circumference
- Newborn t-shirt
- Cloth diapers- pre-fold style
- Diaper pins
There’s a theater production coming to town called “Potted Potter” at Hennepin Theater and we’re going to go! This production tries to tell the whole Harry Potter story in 76 minutes. Harry Potter stories have all kinds of cross-over with stories in the scripture, so we’ll talk about that at dinner following the show.
More details will come later about where and when to meet, but for now, we need to buy tickets! They cost $56, so sign up right away (or ASAP) so we can get tickets all together. Register and pay here.
The Enneagram is an ancient personality typing system that helps people understand who they are and what makes them tick. During this morning workshop you’ll learn about the Enneagram system, discover your Enneagram number, and see how that style plays out in how we communicate and interact with people in our lives-at work, in our interpersonal relationships and in community. The purpose is not to put us in a “personality box,” or to change personalities, but to learn how to recognize and work with the parts of our personality that limit us.
Fees will cover beverages and snacks, plus enneagram materials you can take home with you. A minimum of 12 participants is necessary, and a maximum of 30 will be allowed, so register today.
The following month there will be a “Part 2” workshop with deeper information about the enneagram, to learn about how the enneagram plays out in our communication, giving feedback, and being in conflict. These skills are bound to give you great insight into all of your interpersonal relationships. You must have a working knowledge of the enneagram in order to get much out of the “part 2” workshop.
The cost is $25, and fees cover beverages and snacks and take-home enneagram materials.
Your facilitator is Holly Johnson, who is also pastor of Spirit Garage. Holly is trained in the Enneagram in Business, by Ginger Lapid-Bogda, and understands herself to be a Social Two with a three wing, and a well-traveled Eight-line. If you don’t know what that means but are curious, these workshops are for you.
Spirit Garage’s 20s and Trivia night! If you are a person in their 20s (ish) come join us for a fun night of food, drinks, and trivia Wednesday, March 22nd at Bad Weather Brewery in St. Paul. We will meet at 6:30, trivia starts at 7. Contact Rachel with any questions, comments, concerns, or if you need a ride.