Adult Education Opportunities

During the program year (Sept. through April), we offer Sunday morning adult education sessions after worship and fellowship time. Most weeks feature guest speakers whose topics range from immigration policy to recycling practices. Topics and speakers are posted here in advance.


Jan. 28        
Congregational Meeting              
No adult education

Feb 4                                                  

1862, The Dakota Uprising in Minnesota

Presenter:  David McMahill

Program:  This program will explore what role, if any, our Congregational predecessors had in triggering the tragic event of the 1862 Dakota uprising in Minnesota as well as its brutal follow-up.  Members of the congregation are encouraged to bring any stories they might know about what happened before and after this event in our history.  


Feb 11  ISAIAH: Accomplishments in 2023 and Priorities for 2024

Presenters: Dan Judd and Joe Crowe

Program:  ISAIAH is building power for a multi-racial democracy, a caring economy, and a just, urgent response to the climate emergency in Minnesota. During this session, we will: 

Provide background about how ISAIAH has grown as a statewide nonprofit.  

Present ISAIAH’s updated Values Agenda

Summarize ISAIAH’s legislative priorities for 2024 and beyond.  

Invite you to build power with us through trainings, strategic planning meetings, and rallies at the State Capitol. 


Feb 18            No Adult Ed – Winter Retreat


Feb 25

Faith/Life Journey Through Lent

Presenters:  Panel of members who participated in the Faith/Life Journey Group in 2023

Program:  This past fall, several individuals participated in a small group that explored individual journeys in faith and life. The group was guided by David McMahill. As a follow up to this experience, a group of small group members will share their thoughts on the question, "When have you seen new life emerging from what seemed to be a hopeless situation – that is to say, how have you experienced resurrection?”  

Worship Schedule

We are glad to share that we worship in-person on Sundays. Please join us if you are able. We will continue to take precautions for the safety of all, including everyone masking, especially for any singing. We look forward to being together again!

You are also welcome to watch recordings of our weekly Sunday morning services and download a PDF worship bulletin from the main page of our website (