Resurrection Lutheran Church invites parents and children to attend “Trek to the Table” workshop, to be held Saturday, March 4 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. This workshop provides guidance and instruction for children who are preparing to receive Holy Communion for the first time.
St. Odilia Church in Shoreview is hosting a performance of “Sermon on the Mount” by TV star Frank Runyeon on March 13. Few parts of the Bible are as famous as the sermon on the mount. It includes the Lord’s Prayer, the golden rule — but did you know that it also includes a story?
Crossroads Church invites the community to attend a special “Sanctuary” worship celebration on Sunday, March 12at 6 p.m. Pastor Brad Kindall, Crossroads Teaching Pastor, will interview guest speaker Dr. David Clark, Professor of Theology at Bethel College and Seminary.
Hiding, Hurting, Healing is a 10-week, biblically-based program for women who are seeking healing from a difficult relationship, or who are currently or formally living with abuse (childhood, physical, emotional, verbal or sexual).
Three weeks ago, five people told me within three days that they read my column. Four told me face-to-face and the fifth one called on the phone. I did not know any of these people. When I asked how they knew it was me, they said, “by your picture.” (Usually only one or two tell me each week.
In early February, more than 60 legislators from both the Democratic and Republican caucuses in the House and Senate gathered for a two-day workshop to discuss how we can work together to reduce gridlock and make the Legislature more effective. Local State Reps.
About 150 years ago, our landscape was a mix of forest, prairies, lakes, wetlands and other natural areas. Back then, rainwater and snowmelt seeped naturally into the ground where it was filtered by plants and recharged our groundwater supply.
St. Paul Police arrested Level III sex offender Quinten Levi Miles Feb. 22 after a homeowner near the intersection of Flandreau Street and Stillwater Avenue allegedly saw him peering into her living room and bedroom windows.
Voters in Maplewood have a decision Feb. 28 besides choosing a council member to fill out two years of Jackie Monahan-Junek’s term: deciding whether the city should increase its number of on-sale liquor licenses.