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G R O U P S  &  C L A S S E S


  • Alpha creates an environment of hospitality where people can bring friends, family and colleagues for a conversation about faith, life and God. Alpha welcomes everyone to gather, hear a short talk and have an opportunity to consider life’s biggest questions in an open and respectful way.  



    Contact: Tom Johnson |

    When: Wednesday, September 22 – December 15, 7-8:30pm

    Location: Open Door

    Register by September 19



  • The Caregivers Support Group is a community of people who are caring for someone with significant limitations. It’s a place to help you feel less alone and overwhelmed as you meet with others in a similar situation. You’ll receive support, a listening heart, continued education, and prayer.



    Contact: Nancy Anderson |

    When: 4th Sundays, 2pm

    Location: Zoom

    Email Nancy to receive the Zoom link


  • DivorceCare is a supportive 13-week group for those dealing with the pain of divorce that offers hope, healing and transformation. Topics include the road to healing, anger, depression, loneliness, new relationships, financial survival, kid care, single sexuality, forgiveness, reconciliation, and moving on. The group includes the DivorceCare workbook and is open to join at any point over the 13 weeks.  



    Contact: Annie-Claude Toll |

    When: Tuesday, September 14 – December 14, 7-9pm

    Location: Open Door

    Cost for workbook: $20



  • We will explore the shared experiences of cumulative grief and loss in our lives and in the life of Jesus. There are many types of losses in addition to the death of a loved one: losses of health, marriage, occupation, and physical contact with loved ones and friends due to Covid, just to name a few. 


    Together we will create a safe, welcoming space to encounter the Presence of God. We will have the opportunity to share where we are in our journey of grief and practice ways of becoming present to God’s loving Presence with others. Walk-ins welcome.



    Contact: Bob McKenna |

    When: 2nd Sundays, 11:30am-12:30pm

    Location: Open Door

    Walk-Ins Welcome


  • This group of men desires to help our church and local community by serving single mothers, widows, and those with special needs through home projects, such as repair work, electrical, plumbing, etc. They meet for breakfast at the Original Pancake House, Maple Grove and then head out to the work site. Men of all ages welcome - bring your sons! If you know of a widow, single mom, or those with special needs who could use some help, contact Maureen Pranghofer at



    Contact to Serve: Del Sipma |

    Contact with Needs: Maureen Pranghofer |

    When: 3rd Saturdays, 7:00am breakfast together, 8:30am project begins

    Location: Meet at Original Pancake House, Maple Grove


  • Do you long to experience more “God with you” in your everyday life? This book study and Immanuel Prayer practices will create space for us to experience the abundant life Jesus offers us. We will learn practices that cut down mental static, help process stress and increase our awareness of Immanuel, “God with us.”


    James Wilder writes, “Joy is a banquet table to which we are all invited. The places are set, and the table is filled with the delightful aroma that satisfies our deepest longing for life-giving connections with God and with others. There is room at this table for everyone; young and old, weak or strong. So, pull up a chair, we've been waiting for you!” 


    Please purchase the book “Joy Starts Here” by James Wilder prior to the first week of class.



    Contact: Lisa Nygard |

    When: Tuesday, September 21-November 2, 7-8:15pm

    Location: Zoom

    Cost: Book Purchase (purchase here)

    Register by September 19



  • Join with other men as we study God’s Word and are encouraged through community and connection. We are currently exploring our relationship with God through a study focused on the questions God asks of us.


    If you are looking to grow in your relationship with God with a group of guys trying to do the same, join us Wednesday mornings for study and discussion. Walk-ins welcome.



    Contact: Bruce Kuehl | (612) 414-3825 |

    When: Wednesdays, 7-8am

    Location: Open Door


    Walk-ins Welcome. 


  • Do you long to know the heart of Jesus toward you and what it is like to be "Chosen" by Him? We’ll engage with Season 2 of the video series "The Chosen" to see Jesus through the eyes of those He chose and interacted with. By seeing who the disciples were and the relationship that Jesus formed with them, we can see His heart for loving us as we are. We’ll watch each episode together and spend the rest of our time in small group discussion about what we watched.


    Interested in this offering but can’t make it work with your schedule? Check out the series for free here:



    Contact: Rodger Smith |

    When: Tuesdays, September 21-November 9, 6:45-8:45pm

    Location: Open Door

    Register by September 19



  • We deeply value creating a space for all our people to connect on Sunday morning. While many of us are still remote we have created an online space for people to connect weekly via Virtual Church. We gather via Zoom at 9:45am, watch the 10am worship gathering together, and then spend a few minutes discussing it in small. Email Rose to receive the link to join.



    Contact: Rose Larson |

    When: Sundays, 9:45-11:30am

    Location: Zoom

    Email Rose to receive Zoom Link.


  • The study of theology has been defined as “the study of things divine.” Join in the fun of immersing ourselves in the story and study of God surrounded by friends who want to learn together! What’s the Story with Theology is a three-part, 15-week experience that will take a deep dive into the various topics related to our Christian faith while using the Bible as our source of truth. This study will be facilitated by Dr. Ronn Johnson.


    The study is broken down into three, 5-week sessions. Participants will get the most of out of the study by signing up for all three sessions. Registration opens for each session as the previous session ends.


    Session 1: October 6 – November 10 (no class October 20)

    Session 2: January 26 – February 23

    Session 3: March 23 – April 20


    Limited space is available. Kids programming and care are provided.



    Contact: Kati Beasley |

    When: Wednesdays, October 6 - November 10, 7-8:30pm

    Location: Open Door

    Register by September 29



  • Historically, a well has been a place where women have gathered in community and could draw not only water, but encouragement from one another. Here, widows come together in a safe and nurturing environment that allows them to continue to grow and learn in this season of life. It’s a place where women can say the name of their late husband and feel that others understand what it feels like to lose someone so close.



    Contact: Annie-Clude Toll |

    When: 3rd Sundays, 11:30-1pm

    Location: Open Door


  • Engage with scripture and be encouraged through community and connection with other women in this 8-week study of The Emotionally Healthy Woman by Geri Scazerro. This study challenges superficial spirituality and provides a path to quit the things that damage our souls to choose other ways of being and relating that is rooted in love and lead to life. When we quit for the right reasons, at the right time, and in the right way, we’re on the path not only to emotional health, but also to the true purpose of our life and genuine freedom in Christ.


    Limited space is available. Please indicate which group (Wednesday PM or Thursday AM) at registration. Kids programming and care available both days.



    Contact: Kati Beasley |

    When: Wednesdays, September 22-November 17, 7-8:30pm OR Thursdays, September 23-November 18, 9:30-11am (no meeting October 20 & 21)

    Location: Open Door

    Registration is now closed.