Oct
17
October 17
Wednesday 11:00 AM
Minneapolis: Main Sanctuary- Minneapolis Campus
Oct
21
October 21
Sunday 8:30 AM
This is for communion that takes place at either campus
Minneapolis: Serley Chapel
Oct
21
October 21
Sunday 9:00 AM
Sunday
~Sermon: Pastor
~Music:
~Communion: 8:30am & 12:45pm
~Sunday Church School: 9,10,11
~The Way: 9,10,11
~Nursery: 9,10,11


Minneapolis: Main Sanctuary- Minneapolis Campus
Oct
21
October 21
Sunday 12:45 PM
This is for communion that takes place at either campus
Minneapolis: Serley Chapel
Oct
24
October 24
Wednesday 11:00 AM
Minneapolis: Main Sanctuary- Minneapolis Campus

CELEBRATING THE COMPLETION OF PHASE I

Building on a Strong Foundation – with Christ as Our Rock

Elevator Approximately 15.1 million gallons of water were pumped to dig the footings for the elevator. Pumps operated 24/7 for three weeks. It took nearly three truckloads of concrete to pour the foundation for the elevator. ­e new elevator and new 1400 square foot lower narthex provide a welcoming atmosphere for members and guests.

Entry All of the stone was laid by hand and was received from the same quarry as the church’s original stone. Fellowship Hall ­e Fellowship Hall was originally built in 1949. New technology and soundproofing have been added. ­e updated Fellowship Hall is now a light and bright space for large events such as the annual fashion show attended by over 450 church members and guests, and for our annual Stewardship dinners held in September.

Kitchen Th­e original kitchen was 2575 square feet; the new kitchen is 3825 square feet. 120 yards of concrete were used for the new kitchen floor. ­The first dinner served in the new kitchen was the Lutefisk Dinner, which served 1500 people. More than 500 events are held each year.

Lounge Kitchen ­The original lounge kitchen was built in 1959. During this update, a wall was moved to make room for a center island and dishwasher. ­e new lounge kitchen is now equipped to provide hospitality for church members and guests for years to come.

Parking Lot ­there are over 600 feet of 54-inch culverts under the parking lot to help with drainage of surface water. ­e parking lot is designed to minimize the flow of rainwater in the city storm sewer system. 13 volunteer gardeners helped plant more than 300 shrubs and 32 shade trees, including Cathedral Elms, in the east island beds. Thank You!