On Saturday, November 12 from 9am-4pm, the Women's Fellowship will hold their annual bazaar.
There will be vendors selling Handcrafted and Boutique Items. A Lunch of soup and sandwich is available. In addition there will be a Bake Sale.
Please join us!
Clark-Grace UCC is launching a Movie night. Join us for popcorn, fellowship and a great movie. Movie nights will start at 6:00 p.m. and the movie will begin at 7:00 p.m. The movie is free. Refreshments can be purchased.
Oh God, who gave to your servant Columba the gifts of courage, faith and cheerfulness, and sent people forth from Iona to carry your gospel to every creature: grant, we pray, a like spirit to your church, even at this present time St. Columba Day, Iona Abbey Worship Book.
Ad Hoc Work Groups are up and running! Meetings have been held as we work at the continued revitalization of this faith community and enjoy getting to know one another even more. The following meetings will be held at church.
Tuesday, June 14, 7 pm Joint Finance & Stewardship Group will meet
Thursday, June 16, 7 pm Outreach Group will meet
Sunday, July 3, 9 am Program: Worship, Education, & Mission will meet
Saturday, June 18, 6:45 pm Iftar Dinner
Learn about Islam and our Muslim neighbors and join them when they break their fast after the sun sets. Meal is about 8:15 pm. Free admission but registration is required so they know how much food to prepare. Register at http://mnchurches.org/respectfulcommunities/interfaithprogramming/takingheart/registration.html.
Sunday, June 26, 11:30 am The Cabinet Meeting
Meet the Mothers of our Country as Women’s history comes to life via “The Cabinet Meeting.” This is a reader’s theater, play based on the premise that Susan B. Anthony is elected US President and appoints a Cabinet of accomplished women. Written & directed by Madeline Hansen!
One primary reason for being [at] present Clark-Grace UCC on Sunday morning is to rejoice in God and receive strength to labor beyond our stain glass abode and make our community the world a better place.Read More
It’s time to stop resting on what our ancestors have done for us. It’s time to take notice of today’s neighborhood, today’s culture, and get out, to be the church today. Not the church of yesterday.Read More