Welcome to Robbinsdale United Church Of Christ!
We are so glad you're here! Here are a couple of things you should know about us:
We love you. We strive to show our love to God by loving you.
We believe that you are created in God's image.
We believe that we are called to follow Christ: in loving, in accepting, in teaching, in forgiving, in serving, in sacrifice.
We believe that your story, added to ours, will make us more whole.
Help Wanted ~ Minister for Children & Families (p/t)
Robbinsdale United Church of Christ is seeking a part-time (15 hour/week) Minister for Children and Families. We are a creative, growing, and spiritually alive congregation. We have been living out our Gospel identity as people of Extravagant Welcome and Radical Hospitality for over 20 years. We seek the creative person who seeks to grow in ministry with us. Please send a cover letter and resume to Rev. T. Michael Rock at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than August 18th. We are an Open and Affirming, Just Peace, Accessible to All, and Multi-Cultural Congregation.
Personal Energy Transportation on Fox 9 news!
Robbinsdale United Church of Christ is so glad to lift up the ministry of PET MN. Jim Conn, Ken Mallak and John Rost are all in leadership with this mission that provides transportation and dignity to folks without the use of their legs. In celebration of the 50,000th PET cart, FOX 9 news interviewed Jim and the folks at the PET shop in NE Minneapolis. We are very proud of this important and life saving ministry.
Click here to watch the news clip ~ http://www.myfoxtwincities.com/story/28825549/local-workshop-makes-carts-helping-people-with-disabilities-throughout-the-world
25 years ago a small committee came together to compile a history of our first 100 years. At our 125th anniversary, we celebrate their foresight by re-publishing our history as an ebook.
We offer it in 2 formats so that most eBook readers can view it.Download A Ball of Butter, A Quest For Light
A Pastoral Letter On Racism: A New Awakening
"The extrajudicial killing of black and brown men and women by police officers is in and of itself reason to cry out against injustice. But the targeted shooting of police officers is also reason to mourn and lament the use of violence. We cannot conflate and equate one kind of tragedy with another or simplify complex realities that cannot be 'fixed' overnight. We should not be creating more strife by participating in attempts to make this an 'us against them' conflict, nor should we allow ourselves to look away from the harsh realities of this historic moment pretending that racism is not at the core of the injustice." Read The Letter
What Is Church?
"Church is where you learn to love." -Rev T Michael Rock, Pastor and Teacher
Our core values:
hope, faith, love,
equality, compassion, justice,
Friends And Family
We believe God's work happens in community. The friendships we form here last a lifetime. Our church has many ways for you to participate and connect with others.Find Out What's Happening
A People In Mission
We believe we are called to create a more hopeful, more loving world. The life of Jesus is our example.
Lights! Pizza! Action!
A faith community develops the whole person throughout life.
Here Carol Nordli is working with our youth rehearsing a musical.
What passion will you follow?