Tuesday, October 3, 7:30 am
Celebrate our communities’ collective efforts through CfK’s critically important work. Learn about the current needs of local 0- to 5-year-olds and their families. Sustain CfK in ways that matter to you, local kids, and the community. RSVP.
Tripp Fuller offers all kinds of super interesting and theologically robust things in an online format (worth checking out some of the archived classes and events!) This one promises to be a good one! Find out more here.
Mental health is a serious issue. As a church, we can help support those dealing with the struggles, alienation, and difficulty finding support. One way is to show your support by participating in the NAMI Walk!
Join the Presbytery's Presbyterian Walk & Roll team and the Valley Walkers of Valley Community to support those dealing with mental health issues! Please support the event by joining or donating to the Presbyterian Walk & Roll team, or create your own! Walk & Roll T-shirts are available!
Participants are welcome to walk in their own neighborhood, if that is preferred.
Check out the Presbyterian Walk & Roll team site. For more info or T-Shirts, contact Rev. Stephanie Friant, Disability Concerns Ministry, text/call 815-592-3207
Workshop: Oct. 15, 2023, 3-5pm, Oak Grove Presbyterian Church, 2200 W Old Shakopee Rd, Bloomington, MN 55431
The Presbytery's Disability Concerns Ministry is hosting an Individualized Education Plan workshop open to everyone in your communities.
Parents and guardians with students on IEPs (or perhaps needing one) are encouraged to attend to learn how to create, improve and manage a successful IEP experience. This in-person event seeks to provide support and connection!
Teachers/administrators/pastors welcome to learn more about this essential process!
Workshop is led by Carolyn Anderson (retired PACER Advocate & IEP parent): Rev. Stephanie Friant (PACER Parent Leader & IEP parent); TBD (IEP Manager).
Childcare provided with RSVP.