United Theological Seminary

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We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

Fri May 0 1

Spring Banquet

United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities
767 Eustis St., Suite 140, St. Paul, MN 55114

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Sun May 0 3

Commencement

Plymouth Congregational Church
1900 Nicollet Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55403

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We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

Join us this Tuesday to work with a couple of trained theater professionals who will show us tips and tricks to quickly memorize a Shakespearean sonnet — the perfect parlor trick for impressing your friends, pets, and plants during quarantine!

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

As you know, six members of the United community visited Fr. Richard Rohr at his Center for Action and Contemplation back in March, where they participated in Fr. Rohr’s contemplative prayer session. They are now bringing elements of this practice back to our United community.
All are invited to a shared Contemplative Gathering at 8:00 a.m. CST every Wednesday morning to gather together in silence and sit in communal contemplation. This is an opportunity to find grounding in the moment, and to share in that grounding energy with similarly self-directed explorers. The last ten minutes of the session are devoted to sharing aloud prayers that have been submitted during the week.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

Join our friends at LeaderWise every Thursday at noon for conversation on navigating fears and finding new ways to breathe in this time. Gather with other community leaders and LeaderWise facilitators on Zoom to talk about resilience is summoned—not only as we care for those we serve—but for ourselves as well.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

Are you interested in:
  • Increasing your sense of solidarity and service as spiritual caregivers in these uncertain times?
  • Co-creating an occasion for community building in this period of social distancing?
  • Gaining familiarity and experience with group spiritual companioning?
If so, please join Dr. Diane Millis, adjunct faculty member at United, for a four-part series through Spiritual Director’s International. Sessions are 90 minutes and start May 12. Student scholarships are available. Learn more at sdistore.org.

Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day…? This week we will continue our session on Shakespearean sonnets. Some of last week’s attendees will recite the sonnets they memorized. If you weren’t able to join us last week, come this week to listen and/or to select your own sonnet!

United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities
767 Eustis St., Suite 140, St. Paul, MN 55114

Let seeds of innovation take root in Contemplative Practices; get fertilized with new resources (available through the Ministry Lab!) and be watered by empowering colleagues: & watch your ministries bloom!
The Ministry Lab’s first annual Spring Sprout offers: Introductory Contemplative Practice sessions for renewed resilience and joy; the latest progressive worship resources and curricula for all ages to inspire your 2020-2021 program year; and networking opportunities to cultivate partnerships for worship, faith formation and service across denominations and throughout the state.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

As you know, six members of the United community visited Fr. Richard Rohr at his Center for Action and Contemplation back in March, where they participated in Fr. Rohr’s contemplative prayer session. They are now bringing elements of this practice back to our United community.
All are invited to a shared Contemplative Gathering at 8:00 a.m. CST every Wednesday morning to gather together in silence and sit in communal contemplation. This is an opportunity to find grounding in the moment, and to share in that grounding energy with similarly self-directed explorers. The last ten minutes of the session are devoted to sharing aloud prayers that have been submitted during the week.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

Join our friends at LeaderWise every Thursday at noon for conversation on navigating fears and finding new ways to breathe in this time. Gather with other community leaders and LeaderWise facilitators on Zoom to talk about resilience is summoned—not only as we care for those we serve—but for ourselves as well.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

Gandhi Mahal, MNIPL, and interfaith partners invite you to attend our annual Interfaith Unity Iftar on Saturday, May 16 during Ramadan, a season of fasting and reflection for Muslims all over the world.

This year, we’ll be breaking bread virtually with our Muslim brothers and sisters, and people of all faiths are invited to attend. We welcome you to enjoy a delicious meal by Gandhi Mahal, delivered by MNIPL staff.

Please register to join us for our virtual Interfaith Unity Iftaar and share a meal with someone in need.

MNIPL seeks to reduce carbon while simultaneously building equity and justice in our communities. Interfaith cooperation is an essential piece of our work. We are an interfaith organization, made up of people of faith and conscience that represent diverse faith and spiritual traditions.

In this time of uncertainty and division, it is ever critical that we build bridges across lines of difference, and join together to take action around our common values: our love for the world, and our desire for justice for every being.

If you have questions, email Whitney Terrill at whitney@mnipl.org.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

Are you interested in:
  • Increasing your sense of solidarity and service as spiritual caregivers in these uncertain times?
  • Co-creating an occasion for community building in this period of social distancing?
  • Gaining familiarity and experience with group spiritual companioning?
If so, please join Dr. Diane Millis, adjunct faculty member at United, for a four-part series through Spiritual Director’s International. Sessions are 90 minutes and start May 12. Student scholarships are available. Learn more at sdistore.org.

Recent alum Max Brumberg-Kraus will give a presentation about the 19th-century artist, craftsperson, writer, and socialist William Morris then facilitate a conversation around labor, art, and theology.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

As you know, six members of the United community visited Fr. Richard Rohr at his Center for Action and Contemplation back in March, where they participated in Fr. Rohr’s contemplative prayer session. They are now bringing elements of this practice back to our United community.
All are invited to a shared Contemplative Gathering at 8:00 a.m. CST every Wednesday morning to gather together in silence and sit in communal contemplation. This is an opportunity to find grounding in the moment, and to share in that grounding energy with similarly self-directed explorers. The last ten minutes of the session are devoted to sharing aloud prayers that have been submitted during the week.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

Join our friends at LeaderWise every Thursday at noon for conversation on navigating fears and finding new ways to breathe in this time. Gather with other community leaders and LeaderWise facilitators on Zoom to talk about resilience is summoned—not only as we care for those we serve—but for ourselves as well.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

Are you interested in:
  • Increasing your sense of solidarity and service as spiritual caregivers in these uncertain times?
  • Co-creating an occasion for community building in this period of social distancing?
  • Gaining familiarity and experience with group spiritual companioning?
If so, please join Dr. Diane Millis, adjunct faculty member at United, for a four-part series through Spiritual Director’s International. Sessions are 90 minutes and start May 12. Student scholarships are available. Learn more at sdistore.org.

This week for arts lunch we will be learning how to do some traditional Jewish paper cutting. Please bring paper (origami, construction, or any other colorful paper) and scissors.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

As you know, six members of the United community visited Fr. Richard Rohr at his Center for Action and Contemplation back in March, where they participated in Fr. Rohr’s contemplative prayer session. They are now bringing elements of this practice back to our United community.
All are invited to a shared Contemplative Gathering at 8:00 a.m. CST every Wednesday morning to gather together in silence and sit in communal contemplation. This is an opportunity to find grounding in the moment, and to share in that grounding energy with similarly self-directed explorers. The last ten minutes of the session are devoted to sharing aloud prayers that have been submitted during the week.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.

Join our friends at LeaderWise every Thursday at noon for conversation on navigating fears and finding new ways to breathe in this time. Gather with other community leaders and LeaderWise facilitators on Zoom to talk about resilience is summoned—not only as we care for those we serve—but for ourselves as well.

We will continue with our new rhythm of daily chapel and spiritual practices, hosted by members of the United community. Please join us for these regular times of rest, reflection, and restoration.