POLLINATOR EXPERT AT ECLC ON SUNDAY:  As we celebrate Easter for the Whole Creation, learn one-on-one from a pollinator expert how your home can be pollinator friendly.   Jessica Miller, also a Master Water Steward, will share native plant seeds and answer your questions at the Eco-Faith Station throughout Sunday. Stop by for urban gardening tips, bee education, and water steward suggestions!

CALLING ALL STRING PLAYERS: On Pentecost Sunday, May 15th, we invite string players of all ages to come together and make music at 8:15 and 11 a.m. worship services. Music will be provided in advance and we will rehearse on Saturday, May 14th at 10 a.m.

LOAVES & FISHES:  Volunteers are needed to prepare and serve a meal to 200 hungry neighbors at Holy Rosary (2448 18th Ave S., Mpls) on Tuesday, May 17th. Preparers are needed from 1:30-3:00pm and servers are needed from 5-7 pm. Sign up at the sign-up center.

PROGRESSIVE DINNER:  Sign up now for Saturday, May 21st’s Progressive Dinner!  Due to construction, we will begin at a member's family home this year for appetizers, before traveling to ECLCers’ homes for a salad course, and then to a second home for a main course & dessert.  FREE childcare will be provided. Email Leslie to sign-up! 

FROM YOUR ECOFAITH TEAM: Join us Sunday, May 1 as we learn about our Scared Earth from Jim Bear, a member of the Mohican Nation, an associate pastor at Church of All Nations. He will lead us on a Sacred Sites tour in the Fort Snelling area. One of the sites we will be visiting is Pilot Knob. Pilot Knob is a high, prominent hill on the east bank of the Minnesota River near where it meets the Mississippi River. It is a sacred, spiritual site and burial ground for the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux. Pilot Knob is the historic signature site of the Treaty of 1851, where millions of acres of Dakota tribal land were ceded to the United States.