Wednesday, March 22, 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Church of the Holy Name (Garvey Hall, lower level)
3637 11th Ave. S.
Holy Name is partnering with community neighbors to offer periodic sessions on topics of interest in our area. Any adult is welcome to attend—no cost. This month’s presentation will include viewing and discussion of the documentary “A Class Apart: Mexican/American Civil Rights,” about a landmark civil rights case in Texas. Neighbor Ouida Crozier will facilitate discussion, and coffee will be served. Bring a friend and get to know your neighbors.
Humanistic Values and Middle East Peace
Friday, March 24, 7:30 to 9 p.m.
Sabes Jewish Community Center
4330 Cedar Lake Rd. S., St. Louis Park 55416
Or Emet will host Barry B. Cohen, Allan Malkis and Howard Schneider, who will build on their previous conversations on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. The presenters will briefly review some possible outcomes of the conflict, tying in observations on basic Humanistic Jewish values. Participants will discuss how the values of Humanistic Judaism may help us decide which outcome we should favor and work to achieve. A short Humanistic Jewish Sabbath service will precede the program, which is free and open to the public. An Oneg Shabbat reception will follow. For more information contact email@example.com or visit www.oremet.org.
Women in the Church
Friday, April 7, 7 p.m.
Cabrini Worship Space
1500 Franklin Ave. SE, Mpls. 55414
Sr. Sandra Schneiders, IHM, will be the inaugural speaker in the newly formed “Tegeder Talk” series to honor the legacy of Fr. Mike Tegeder, former pastor at St. Frances Cabrini Church, who died from cancer in 2016. Schneiders is the author of “Written that you might believe: Encountering Jesus in the Fourth Gospel,” which is being used by one of our current adult classes. The event is free, but goodwill donations will be accepted at the door. Please register at www.cabrinimn.org/tegeder-talks.
Spring Salad Luncheon
Saturday, April 8, 11:30 a.m.
Church of the Holy Name (Garvey Hall)
3637 11th Ave. S.
Enjoy an entertaining and interactive hour of musical memories as Jim Berner sings songs and tells stories of the pop and country singers of the ’40s, ’50s and’60s. Tickets are $10; sold at the door.