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We are an active, intimate fellowship seeking to be faithful disciples through celebration, study, prayer and service.

We are an inclusive community where all persons of differing backgrounds and life situations are welcome.

We are a committed people who serve Jesus Christ through outreach and community involvement, worship and study.

Our mission:
By encountering Christ in our church, we
share God’s Word in the community to heal
and change lives

Covid-19, Join us on Zoom
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Sunday Service 10:00AM
Bible Study* Sunday 6:30PM
Centering Prayer Tuesday 3:00PM
Check-in Wednesday 7:00PM
Thursday Choir Rehearsal 7:00PM
Sunday Choir Rehearsal 9:15AM
*For weekly bible study passages, click on the Lectionary link in the navigation bar to the left. Each Sunday we will study the bible passages for the following Sunday.

Our location: Edgcumbe Road 1 block west of South Snelling Avenue and immediately west of Highland High School. Click the map above to see an interactive map.

Edgcumbe Presbyterian Church
Midweek Update November 25, 2020

In this issue: Staff Time Off, Office Hours, Finances, RJAM, Birthdays & Anniversaries

Staff time off
Both Pastors and Jenya are off these last two weeks this November. For any pastoral concerns, please reach out to one of your Elders: Connie, Eleta, Meredith, Jay, or Fred. For any musical concerns, you are on your own!
Plan on all of our usual Zoom gatherings continuing during that time. Worship on Nov. 29 will be a Thanksgiving-themed service emceed by Elder Jay with involvement from the whole community. Here is the list of all up-coming gatherings (Zoom links on church website).
Wed, Nov 25: Thanksgiving Vespers service sent out by Eleta
Sun, Nov 29: Sunday worship at 10am, hosted by Jay
Sun, Nov 29: Bible Study at 6pm

Office Hours
In the Covid era, we do not have regular office hours. If you need to communicate with Office Manager Krysta Niznick, the best method is to email her at

Financial Update
Budgeting for 2021 will not be easy because we have no income from AA and likely reduced income from the nursery school (before Covid these two organizations provided 40% of our income). So PLEASE, it will be most helpful if all of you return your pledge cards this week or email Krysta with your pledge:
Thank you, Ron Eggert, Treasurer

Thanks to everyone who participated in last week's RJAM conversation. During that meeting, we decided to offer the book, "So You want to Talk about Race?" by Ijeoma Oluo as the subject of a book club. Liz and Connie ordered copies of the book, so if you still want one, please contact one of them to see if there are any still available. We are planning to reconvene on Dec. 2 at 7pm to begin the discussion of the book, asking people to read the Introduction and Chapter 1 by that time. Only half of the meeting will be dedicated to the book club discussion, and all are invited to participate even if you are not reading the book. Bring your learnings and unlearnings to the meeting, and let's share it all together!
In what you have read these past two weeks regarding racial (in)justice:
How and when have I experienced this in the past?
Do I understand the systemic reasons for this?
How have I benefited from the racial injustice that is described?
How has this affected me personally?
What do I think I can change in my behaviors or actions to address this?
This Wednesday night there will be no check-in meeting, as we are invited to participate in the Vespers service.
Thank you, Leslie Snow

Birthdays & Anniversaries
Happy Birthday to
Micah GebbenGreen 12/12
Warner Gunsell 12/16
Ollie Hunt 12/27
Happy Anniversary to
Jenya & Vladimir 12/3
Lorenz Fett & Ngoc Nguyen 12/30

Quarantine Creativity

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