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Worship & Community

Sundays - In Person

10:45 A.M. - Worship (December through May)

9:45 A.M - Sunday School (December through May) 


Sundays - Online

8:00 A.M. - Virtual Worship on our Prairie Lakes Parish FB page

Upcoming Events

(See our Newsletter for additional details.  For our latest COVID updates, click here.)

Lenten Walleye Fish Fry

Friday, March 3rd - 5:00 - 7:00 P.M.

At Blooming Grove UMC

  • Dine-in and Take-Out are both available!

  • Click here for poster with full details

Prairie Lakes Parish Lenten Study Group

Wednesdays in March from 7:15 – 8:00 P.M.

Theme:  “Questions to God”, led by Cindy Saufferer.  Each session has a stand-alone content.  Feel free to attend any or all.

  • 03.01.23 at BG UMC - "Who is God?"

  • 03.08.23 at JV UMC - "Is the Bible Reliable?"

  • 03.15.23 at WV EUMC - "Why Should I Go to Church?"

  • 03.22.23 at BG UMC - "Why do Bad Things Happen to Good People?"

  • 03.29.23 at JV UMC - "How & Why Do I Forgive?"

Brew and Bible

Tuesday, March 21st - 6:00 P.M.

At Half Pint Brewing Co. - Blooming Grove Township

Breakfast Fundraiser for Local Food Shelves

Sunday, March 26th from 9:30 - 10:30 A.M.

At Blooming Grove UMC

  • Sponsored and served by the men of BGUMC

  • Take-out is also available

  • Free-Will Offering (cash is preferred, but you can also bring non-perishable food items).

  • Proceeds will to go to our local food shelves as part of the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign, the largest grassroots food and fund drive in the state, that brings together organizations, businesses, faith communities, and individuals to help stock and support the capacity of nearly 300 food shelves.  During this March Campaign, gifts given to local food shelves are eligible for additional matching funds.  

Monthly Book Study & Social Justice Conversations

On Sabbatical during Lent

At Blooming Grove UMC

Led by Cindy Saufferer

  • Book - “Braiding Sweetgrass" by Robin Kimmerer.  The author, a member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation an botanist, weaves indigenous wisdom into the science of plants.

  • We will enjoy a light dinner with discussion to follow.

  • The first 10 minutes are spent discussing the book and the remainder of the time together is spent in conversation.  

  • New participants are welcomed at any time, with or without having read the current book. All are welcome in the circle!  

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