IMMIGRATION & ECLC: Join the Immigration Task Force for planning how ECLC can engage in this important issue on Thursday, September 5th at 6:30pm at ECLC.

WEEKLY BIBLE STUDY RESUMES ON SEPTEMBER 12 Gather with others on Thursday mornings each week at 10 a.m. to discuss scripture passages with one of our pastors. No preparation or prior study of scripture is necessary. Bring your questions, your curiosity and an open spirit to learn from one another about the Bible’s meaning for our lives today. Anyone is welcome. We will meet in Creekside room on the lower level. The coffee will be on!

MISSION PARTNER LIAISONS NEEDED “The Church Has Left the Building” is more than a t-shirt slogan to ECLC…it’s a core value of who we believe God calls us to be. Will you help ECLC’s justice partnerships grow as a Mission Partner Liaison this year?

Liaisons serve as the Champion for one of ECLC’s partnerships, attending two trainings, and helping ECLCers participate occasionally through learning, serving, advocating, praying, and giving. Intrigued by this small but essential leadership opportunity? Email Lauren to chat more!

MEALS ON WHEELS Our elderly and home-bound neighbors right here in Edina need our help - if you have job flexibility or weekday freedom and have ever considered volunteering for Meals on Wheels, now is a great time to try it out! ECLC volunteers the first Friday of every month and and the next date is Friday, September 6. Meet at Peace Methodist (6345 Xerxes) at 11am to pick up your route and food. It takes just a little over a hour out of your day to make a difference in someone else's. Sign up at the sign-up table or email Sarah I.

“SEEING WHITE” PODCAST DISCUSSION GROUP ECLC members are invited to join a monthly discussion group centered around the podcast “Seeing White”. The discussions will be held over the course of 14 months as there are 14 episodes in the series. The podcast series explores topics surrounding race in general and whiteness in particular. It reframes our country’s racial history as well as our response to it. Each podcast is dynamic, thought provoking, and intended to expand our thinking.

Participants will: Attend all 14 monthly sessions. Listen to each podcast episode at home prior to the discussion. Podcasts run from 30-60 minutes each. Meet at church from 6:30 - 8:00 on the first Wednesday of the month starting on October 2nd. Sign up at the Sign Up Center. Talk to Paul A. with any questions.

SAVE THE DATE! REDEEMER CENTER FOR LIFE GALA IS OCTOBER 5 Please join us as we celebrate and invest in a Northside future that is bright and blessed at RCFL's annual gala, Saturday, October 5, 5:00-8:00pm at International Market. Dinner, music, silent auction and wonderful felowship! Tickets go on sale in September.

RACIAL JUSTICE COMMEMORATION: Please mark your calendars and reserve your hotel rooms in Duluth! On Monday, June 15, 2020, 10,000 people will gather in Duluth to commemorate the 100th year since Elias Clayton, Elmer Jackson, and Isaac McGhie were falsely accused, taken by force from the old Duluth jail, and lynched by an estimated 10,000 community members at the intersection where the Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial now stands. This is an opportunity for us to stand together and work to change our community. Learn more about the event here. Bryan Stevenson, director of Equal Justice Initiative will be the keynote speaker.