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Corner Church • Sunday, September 24
Locations & Times
  • Corner Coffee in the North Loop (the NeuNeu)
    514 N 3rd St, Minneapolis, MN 55401, USA
    Sunday 8:15 AM, Sunday 10:00 AM
  • Corner Coffee in Uptown
    1414 W 28th St, Minneapolis, MN 55408, USA
    Sunday 10:00 AM
  • Corner Coffee in Camden
    4155 N Thomas Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55412, USA
    Sunday 10:00 AM
  • Corner Coffee in Northeast
    2226 NE Central Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55418, USA
    Sunday 10:00 AM
Missions Focus: Please be praying for Roger & Laurie K. They are missionaries in East Africa that we, as a church, support. Please pray for their safety as there is cultural opposition to Christians in their country.

Local: Pray for your geographically closest neighbors. Pray for their needs. Pray that you have opportunity to love and care for them as Christ does.

Church: Our calling as a church from day one has been to see Corner Churches and valued-in-community businesses within walking distance of people in our city. What if there was a Corner Church in the Elliot park neighborhood, in Saint Paul, or in the Near North, Seward, and/or Longfellow neighborhoods? We don’t just want more Corner Churches, but more Bodies of Christ!
Grab an announcement card to get the details and more!

Corner Church Fall Retreat is coming! Grab a brochure today! It will be Friday, October 13 through Sunday, October 15 at Camp Lebanon. Our Fall Retreat is open to everyone and is an incredible time of relationship, rest, and refocusing while being on the beautiful grounds of Camp Lebanon. The registration deadline is this week, September 27! Space is limited, is first come first served, and is going fast. Register NOW to hold your spot(s).

Tuesday Morning Communal Prayer is at Corner Coffee North Loop, 9a-10a.

Fall Connection Groups are starting now. Register for any groups that you are interested in at

Kidmin Planning Meeting will be this Thursday, September 28 at 6p at Corner Coffee Camden.

College Students’ “Breakfast for Dinner” at the Woller home will be Wednesday, October 4 at 7p. Sexton Building, 521 S 7th Street #112 MPLS.

Theology Thursday returns every other Thursday beginning October 5th.

There will not be any in-person service options on Sunday, October 13 because of the Fall Retreat. We will be streaming live from the retreat at 10a. Join us at the retreat or join us live online at

Halloween at Camden! Join us October 31st from 6-7:30 PM.
Dialogue Question:

On your own, write a one word description of the relationship in the picture.

Dialogue Question:

How are your answers the same?
How are your answers different?
See and hear why people wrote what they wrote.
Dialogue Question:

What are some of the obstacles to building healthy relationships?
What are their impacts?
God as our King
1 Chronicles 29:10-13

God as our Master, Teacher, Lord
John 13:12-17

God as the Potter
Isaiah 64:8

God as our Father
John 1:12

God as the Bridegroom
John 3:27-30

God as the Gardener
John 15:1-4

God as the Shepherd
John 10:11-13
Dialogue Question:

How do these associations build into our understanding of how God relates with us? (has relationship with us)

Master, Teacher, Lord
Groom and bride
Dialogue Questions:

How does this association of God being a faithful husband to a failed spouse build into our understanding of how God relates with us? (has relationship with us)
Jesus heals a woman with an “issue of blood” • Mark 5:25–34
Jesus heals a man born blind • John 9:1–11
Jesus feeds the 5,000 • Matthew 15:32–38
Jesus calms a storm on the Sea of Galilee • Luke 8:22–25
Jesus heals a leper • Mark 1:40-45
Jesus heals the centurion's servant • Matthew 8:5-13
Jesus raises the widow's son from the dead • Luke 7:11-18
Dialogue Question:

Using your announcement card or “game” page
What are the words that describe God’s love for us as a faithful loving spouse in spite of our failing?
Take It Deeper Questions:
Read Hosea 3.
When have you found friendship easy?
What makes fixing a broken relationship complicated or difficult?
What does this living parable show us about God’s commitment to relationship with us?
How are you challenged, encouraged, focused, and/or confused by this text?

Bible Reading Plan:
Hosea 1
Hosea 2
Hosea 3
Hosea 4
Hosea 5