Welcome

Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church is a Reconciling Congregation that welcomes all people, is open to new ideas, and has great passion for serving. You are invited to experience the community that is Hennepin Church.

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Sunday Worship
NEW SCHEDULE!

8:00 AM – Sabbath Beginnings in the Border Chapel

8:30 AM – Sacred Journey in the Art Gallery

10:00 AM – 12:30 PM – Breakfast at Hennepin

10:00 AM – Traditional Worship in the Sanctuary

11:00 AM – Education for All Ages

11:15 AM – Many Voices in the Border Chapel

5:00 PM – Sunday at Five (Recovery Service)

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Here We Grow!

NEW SCHEDULE BEGINS FEB. 22

Over the past several weeks, we received well over 500 comments in hard copy and online. At our recent leadership retreat every one was prayerfully read and discussed as part of our discernment process. A dedicated group of about 35 members of Administrative Council and Committee chairs considered the worship time options. Your church leadership reached the unanimous decision that Option 6 is the direction God is calling us at this time. Therefore on February 22 we will begin a new Sunday Schedule.

Breakfast at Hennepin

Our wonderful Sunday Brunch is made possible by many volunteer hands. Each week people help prep food and set-up on Saturday, and continue prep/set-up, cook, serve, and clean-up on Sundays. There’s a place for you! Just go to HennepinChurch.org/outreach and click on “Volunteer” under Breakfast at Hennepin to sign up for a 2-hour shift. Thank You!

Dignity Center Benefit

Jesus Christ Superstar
March 13-15 & 20-22 (7 PM Fri/Sat and 2 PM Sat/Sun)
Lake Harriet UMC

“If Jesus came to the Twin Cities today, he would most certainly find his way to soup kitchens more often than boardrooms”. Set in a downtown shelter, this modernized interpretation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice classic will be playing at Lake Harriet UMC (4901 Chowen Ave S, Mpls) during Lent, and will benefit the Dignity Center. Persons are encouraged to pay what they can for admission. Do take the family and enjoy this Lake Harriet Players production and support the Dignity Center.