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Run With The Herd 5K

The Beloved Church cares about mental health and mental illness, and we love to partner with other organizations who advocate for Mental Health, work to normalize conversations around mental illness and prevent suicide. The Beloved will have a team for "Run With The Herd" a 5K run/walk for Suicide Prevention.

Run with the Herd 5k is a fun, family friendly event that saves lives through raising money and awareness around the issues of mental health and suicide. All proceeds go to SAVE, a locally-based, nationally-recognized expert in suicide prevention strategies.

Run With the Herd 5k Thursday, June 23rd at Lake Phalen Regional Park. Join us for a walk/run around beautiful Lake Phalen followed by Little Oven pizza and Summit beer! We are thrilled to join in this event at one of the gems of The East Side.

You can register to join our team, or make a donation to our team's effort for SAVE online here.

Comunity partnerships and One-time Events

We host events and raise money to support organizations committed to doing good.

Here are some of the organizations we've supported

  • Serving The Seniors of the East Side - North East Seniors For Better Living shares the building with The Beloved and they do wonderful work with the seniors of the East Side. In November we began to partner with them by making holiday cards for seniors who receive food from NE Seniors. To learn more about this ministry partner follow this link https://www.neseniorsforbetterliving.org/

  • Serving Homeless Youth in Ramsey County - Face to Face is an organization that provides services for homeless, or almost homeless, young people ages 11-24 in Ramsey County. As part of our Advent ministries we are collecting gifts for the young people as well as making daily affirmation cards for them. To learn more about what we are doing check out our "Christmas" tab. To learn more about Face follow this link https://face2face.org/

  • The National Alliance For Mental Illness -a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and adults with mental illnesses and their families. To learn more about the Minnesota chapter follow this link https://namimn.org/

  • The Minnesota Poor People's Campaign - an organization that unites people to challenge the evils of racism, poverty, war, ecological devastation and a distorted nationalistic morality. To learn more about the Minnesota Poor People's campaign, follow this link https://www.poorpeoplescampaign.org/committee/minnesota/