WEAR RED FOR REFORMATION: This Sunday in worship, wear red, the color of the Holy Spirit, to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation and the continuing ways we are re-forming as people of God!

JOIN OUR WELCOMING TEAM!  Help ECLC welcome new members and share the story of ECLC via our website, advertising, and more. Come to a meeting on Sunday, October 29th from 9:45-10:45 in the Conference Room.

PARENT & CHILD PLAYDATE: Home with young kiddos on Mondays? Come for a Halloween playdate in ECLC's nursery from 10-11:30 on Monday, October 30th. Parents can connect over coffee...we'll even trick or treat to the staff offices! RSVP to Lauren

 

GOT AN HOUR? DELIVER MEALS ON WHEELS! ECLC volunteers are needed on Tuesday, October 31st and Friday, November 3rd to deliver meals to homebound clients of Edina's meals on wheels. Pick up meals at 11am at Peace United Methodist (6345 Xerxes) and drop off around Edina. Kids in Halloween costume are welcome to join! Email Lauren to volunteer. 

YOUNG ADULT PIZZA TASTE TEST! 20s? 30s? 40s? Come enjoy a night of tasting the Cities’ best pizzas at ECLC on Saturday, November 4th from 5:30-7:30pm with childcare provided. $10.

BREAKING BREAD MEALS: Get to know other ECLCers while connecting over a shared stage of life or topic of interest during a lunch or dinner conversation. All hosted at ECLC.

  • Recently Retired: November 6 at Noon. Discussion around the transition from work to retirement. A potluck. Led by Carol B.
  • Working parents: November 12 at Noon.  Discussion around the balance of work and parenting. $10 for a catered meal. Led by April & Darren.
  • Self-Care in a Time of Division:  November 15 at 6:30pm. Discussion around preventing burnout when advocating and seeking justice in our country. Led by Paul A.
  • Caregivers: December 6 at 6:00pm. Discussion around support, ideas, and resources for those caregiving for loved ones. Led by Karen B. $10 for catered meal.

CONFIRMATION AND SUNDAY SCHOOL NOVEMBER 1ST AND 5TH  ECLC Kids Youth & Families are invited to remember their loved ones who’ve died with a special meal and ofrenda (offering); learning some of the lively, bright, and celebratory traditions of Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) as one way to participate in the remembering of All Saints. Together we will share a Dia de los Muetros meal or Pan de Muerto snack, and learn the practice of remembering as an important part of living a life of faith, with hope in the resurrection.