Connecting with God and each other
Refuel Wednesday Nights has ministries for men, women, kids and students, and a nursery (infant–age 3).
Men of all ages and backgrounds come together to build each other up to be more like the true real man, Jesus Christ. Each week, we hear men-focused Bible teaching and break into table groups to discuss, encourage, and pray for one another. Meet some great men who love Jesus and the Bible and want to help you become a better man, husband, father, and follower of Jesus. Simply show up on Wednesday, and there will be men to welcome you. Contact .
Weekly Bible study that helps Pre-K–5th grade kids dive deep into the big story of the Bible—God’s plan to rescue His people through His Son, Jesus Christ. Kids will learn each week how to grow their faith in our Father, Savior, and Holy Spirit. Register by contacting .
New to the Christian faith or exploring the faith? Explore Christian faith basics in an open, friendly and informal environment. Meet new friends and grow with others. Dinner followed by a short film and discussion. Contact Elaine Gregory, 651-442-1202.
Alpha Kickoff Dinner: Sep 15
Alpha Course: Sep 22–Dec 8 (except Oct 20)
Alpha Retreat: Nov 6
Bible Study: Book of Acts
Acts is a wonderful Bible study for teens through senior adults who are interested in how the gospel reaches others when the Holy Spirit works through God's people–you and I–the church. This intensive 20-week journey through the book of Acts can inspire and equip you to share your faith through the living in and through the power and leading of the Holy Spirit.
Prior to each class session, you'll receive a study questionnaire that we will address during class with supportive information that will help us navigate this journey through Acts.
Bill Pratt achieved his BA from Stanford University and his Masters in Divinity from Luther Seminary. After servicing as an Air Force Officer, he was a Pastor at East Immanuel Lutheran for over 30 years and was an Adjunct Professor at North Central University in Biblical Studies. Currently he is coaching track and cross country at Mounds View. Bill is married to his wife, Rita, and has three sons and five grandchildren.