Calendar

Please email calendar@gloriadeistpaul.org or call 651-699-1378 if you would like to reserve a room or space for an event or meeting.

Floor Plan -Main Floor
Floor Plan -Lower Level

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“Lest We Forget” Art Exhibit
“Lest We Forget” Art Exhibit @ Gloria Dei Gallery
Mar 5 – May 21 all-day
Sandra Brick translates Fred Amram’s stories about his early life in Nazi Germany and then as a refugee in the USA into powerful visual art. For more information, visit Sandra’s website.
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LentenLabyrinth Walks 5:00 pm
LentenLabyrinth Walks @ Gathering Place
Apr 3 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
LentenLabyrinth Walks @ Gathering Place
Come walk the canvas labyrinth in The Gathering Space on Wednesday evenings before church during Lent. The labyrinth will be available on March 13, 20, 27, April 3 and 10 from 5:00 to 7:00 for self-guided walking meditation. Nancy Agneberg will be available during these times to answer questions and provide assistance, if needed.
Wednesday Night Supper 5:30 pm
Wednesday Night Supper @ Fellowship Hall
Apr 3 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Wednesday Night Supper @ Fellowship Hall
Enjoy a home-cooked meal complete with salad bar beverage and dessert each Wednesday night in the Fellowship Hall. All ages welcome. $7 for adults. $5 for kids & seniors. Purchase a punch card and save. 6th grade & Younger: 10 punches/$40 (Save $10) OR  20 punches/$80 (Save $20) 7th Grade – Adult: 10 punches/$60 (Save $10) OR  20 punches/$115 (Save $25) MENU March 6, March 13, March 20,
Reading the Stories of Jesus through a Jewish Perspective  6:00 pm
Reading the Stories of Jesus through a Jewish Perspective  @ Room 100
Apr 3 @ 6:00 pm – 6:45 pm
On Wednesdays during Lent, join the pastors as we consider the Jewish nature and setting of Jesus’ parables. Jesus was a rabbi, and used distinctively Jewish forms of teaching in describing the reign of God. But two millennia of Christian interpretation may have obscured some of the meanings he tried to convey. Using insights from Short Stories by Jesus: the Enigmatic Parables of a Controversial
Confirmation in Lent 2019 6:30 pm
Confirmation in Lent 2019
Apr 3 @ 6:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Follow this schedule through Lent: 7-8th Graders will have a short large group at 6:30 on “tough questions” and a short small group discussion. Group leaders will walk your groups to the Sanctuary and sit together as a group for the service which is from 7-7:30PM. Mentors: you will have talk sheets each week to complete with your mentee. There is no large group gathering
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Soul Food 9:30 am
Soul Food @ Colonial Room
Apr 5 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am
Soul Food @ Colonial Room
Soul Food meets most Fridays of the school year to discuss a book from a faith perspective. We read a few chapters at a time, and enjoy rich discussions and engaging conversations. In addition we take time to reflect on the upcoming Sunday’s gospel reading, and pray together. All are welcome to join us as we gather to discuss one or all of the books through the
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Sunday Forum 4/7/19 9:30 am
Sunday Forum 4/7/19 @ Fellowship Hall
Apr 7 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am
Sunday Forum 4/7/19 @ Fellowship Hall
4/7/19  Not In Our Neighborhood – Racial Justice in Mac-Groveland. Co-playwrights, Tom Fabel and Eric Wood, of Not in Our Neighborhood! come to Gloria Dei. Their play reveals a shocking chapter of racial prejudice in the Macalester – Groveland neighborhood. In 1924, determined, but unsuccessful attempts to undermine a home purchase by a distinguished African American couple eventually resulted in cross burnings. Not in Our Neighborhood! recently concluded a sold-out run
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LentenLabyrinth Walks 5:00 pm
LentenLabyrinth Walks @ Gathering Place
Apr 10 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
LentenLabyrinth Walks @ Gathering Place
Come walk the canvas labyrinth in The Gathering Space on Wednesday evenings before church during Lent. The labyrinth will be available on March 13, 20, 27, April 3 and 10 from 5:00 to 7:00 for self-guided walking meditation. Nancy Agneberg will be available during these times to answer questions and provide assistance, if needed.
Wednesday Night Supper 5:30 pm
Wednesday Night Supper @ Fellowship Hall
Apr 10 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Wednesday Night Supper @ Fellowship Hall
Enjoy a home-cooked meal complete with salad bar beverage and dessert each Wednesday night in the Fellowship Hall. All ages welcome. $7 for adults. $5 for kids & seniors. Purchase a punch card and save. 6th grade & Younger: 10 punches/$40 (Save $10) OR  20 punches/$80 (Save $20) 7th Grade – Adult: 10 punches/$60 (Save $10) OR  20 punches/$115 (Save $25) MENU March 6, March 13, March 20,
Reading the Stories of Jesus through a Jewish Perspective  6:00 pm
Reading the Stories of Jesus through a Jewish Perspective  @ Room 100
Apr 10 @ 6:00 pm – 6:45 pm
On Wednesdays during Lent, join the pastors as we consider the Jewish nature and setting of Jesus’ parables. Jesus was a rabbi, and used distinctively Jewish forms of teaching in describing the reign of God. But two millennia of Christian interpretation may have obscured some of the meanings he tried to convey. Using insights from Short Stories by Jesus: the Enigmatic Parables of a Controversial
Confirmation in Lent 2019 6:30 pm
Confirmation in Lent 2019
Apr 10 @ 6:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Follow this schedule through Lent: 7-8th Graders will have a short large group at 6:30 on “tough questions” and a short small group discussion. Group leaders will walk your groups to the Sanctuary and sit together as a group for the service which is from 7-7:30PM. Mentors: you will have talk sheets each week to complete with your mentee. There is no large group gathering
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Soul Food 9:30 am
Soul Food @ Colonial Room
Apr 12 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am
Soul Food @ Colonial Room
Soul Food meets most Fridays of the school year to discuss a book from a faith perspective. We read a few chapters at a time, and enjoy rich discussions and engaging conversations. In addition we take time to reflect on the upcoming Sunday’s gospel reading, and pray together. All are welcome to join us as we gather to discuss one or all of the books through the
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Sunday Forum 4/14/19 9:30 am
Sunday Forum 4/14/19 @ Fellowship Hall
Apr 14 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am
Sunday Forum 4/14/19 @ Fellowship Hall
4/14/19  Rejoicing: Joint Bible and Torah Sunday. Members of Mt Zion join us as we explore the Passion and death of Jesus according to Luke. Pastor Bradley will guide our study in the text at the heart of our Palm Sunday service. Remembering and Rejoicing:  This year, our Lenten journey will provide a variety of ways to deepen our understanding of Jewish-Christian relationships and connections. 
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Soul Food 9:30 am
Soul Food @ Colonial Room
Apr 26 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am
Soul Food @ Colonial Room
Soul Food meets most Fridays of the school year to discuss a book from a faith perspective. We read a few chapters at a time, and enjoy rich discussions and engaging conversations. In addition we take time to reflect on the upcoming Sunday’s gospel reading, and pray together. All are welcome to join us as we gather to discuss one or all of the books through the
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Mother/Daughter/Friend Tea – Women of Gloria Dei 11:00 am
Mother/Daughter/Friend Tea – Women of Gloria Dei @ Fellowship Hall/Kitchen
Apr 27 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Mother/Daughter/Friend Tea – Women of Gloria Dei @ Fellowship Hall/Kitchen
All women of Gloria Dei and their guests are invited to the annual tea luncheon of delicious treats, fellowship, humorous program, and business meeting.  Make it a special occasion by inviting one or more relatives and friends to this event with you!  Share this time with your friends and family!  Fill up a whole table with loved ones! Cost:   $10.00 for age 13 or older,
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Sunday Forum 4/28/19 9:30 am
Sunday Forum 4/28/19 @ Fellowship Hall
Apr 28 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am
Sunday Forum 4/28/19 @ Fellowship Hall
How does addiction happen; what can we do?  Opioid and alcohol addiction and the possibility of Minnesota legalizing marijuana are topics frequently in the news. How do these substances affect our brains? How does addiction happen?  Why do some people become addicted while others do not? What role does mental illness play in addiction? What can a person concerned about their substance use/abuse do?  How
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