Small Groups

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We've learned how important it is to have a community of people to share life and support with. Check out our small groups below and fill out the form at the end of the page to sign up.

Beauty Marks

Beauty Marks meets Saturday mornings at 10 in the video chat function on Facebook messenger. This group combines support for your day to day lives, scripture or book study and spiritual practices. Email Amy for more information.

Mid-Summer NIght's Study

Mid-Summer Night's Study invites you to grow together in community and in our understanding of racism in the context of Minnesota, the United States, and in our faith.

We will be meeting at Lake Elmo Park Reserve at 5:30 pm. The Study runs July 18 - August 29.

We are going to check in with highs/lows, do readings and discussions around the history of race in America (secular & religious), prayer and blessings.

We plan to start with the Autobiography of Frederick Douglass (which will be provided ahead of time). Email Amy/Joan for more information;


Join us Wednesdays starting May, 11 at 6:15 pm for a walk with friendly people along Furness Pkwy.

If walking with a group of supportive neighbors is what you're looking for,

If you want a space to move your body without weightloss, body shame or diet talk,

If you want to find a group that will encourage you in joyful movement,

If you're looking for a community that will check in with you in a low pressure way.

Then we invite you to join us for our Wednesday Walking Group. We'll meet at The Beloved Church on the corner of Furness Parkway and Sherwood Aveune (1965 Sherwood Avenue). We'll check in, do introductions, share expectations and start walking.

Contact Pastor Katie for more info.

Photo Credits

  • Header Photo: Cropped shot of couple hiking talking rest and drinking coffee by Jacob Lund from Noun Project

  • Small Group Photo: Young people sitting at a cafe table by Jacob Lund from Noun Project

  • Walking Group Photo: Close up of the foot of a runner walking on a mud track by Jacob Lund from Noun Project