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55 Victoria St N
St Paul, MN, 55104

651-300-9445

A community of people seeking to love God and each other in the manner of Jesus--regardless of race, gender, creed, past, present, politics or anything else.

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We are committed to faithfully and thoughtfully engaging scripture and the world.  We teach the Bible with intellectual integrity and attentiveness to our community and culture.

The Earth Is Yours // Hope

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The Bible holds a unique view of and promise for the future. Christian hope about God's plan for the world is the ultimate driving force behind our actions as it concerns the environment.  Not only do we have access to this hope now, but living into it should be considered our vocation.   

The Earth Is Yours // The Poor

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Climate change has had and will continue to have a disproportionate effect on the poor.   The Biblical call to care for the poor is overwhelming and undeniable.  Those of us who follow Jesus should ready ourselves to care for the Earth as a necessary part of our response to caring for the world's vulnerable.

Acts 6 // Praxis/Pyros - The Face of an Angel

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In Acts 6 Stephen is seized by a group of zealous Jews who banded together from all over the Roman empire to stop his message.   The drag him in front of the men that had ultimately killed Jesus and generate false testimony accusing him of religious crimes. Through all this Stephen is said to have "a face like that of an Angel."

Acts 1: 12-26 // Praxis/Pyros - Pray and Lead

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Acts 1: 12-26 Pray and Lead   

In the second half of Acts 1 we see the Resurrection community gathered in a persistent and united prayer, and seeking to restore leadership in the movement so that the mission can go forward with integrity and continuity. What do we pray for? How do we lead?