What's New

We are worshipping in-person. If you'd like to join the service via Zoom, simply click the "Worship" link at the top of this page, or use the following information:

Meeting ID: 455 247 298
Passcode (if prompted): 6467173
Join by phone: (312) 626-6799

For tech support on Sunday mornings, call or text Rick Prescott at 612 715-0048.

On this page:

 • Optional Masking
 • All-Church Picnic - June 5
 • Feed My Starving Children - June 8
 • Seeking Child Care providers
 • Camping Weekend - August 12-14
 • Learn, serve, raise money, build a tiny home

Optional Masking

Masks are optional at SAPUCC. Wear a mask, don't wear a mask. Either way is fine.

All-Church Picnic - June 5

We'll close out the program year with a potluck picnic on the front lawn on Sunday, June 5, after the worship service. If you're able and willing, please contribute to the potluck: main dish, veggies, fruit, salad, or dessert.

Feed My Starving Children - June 8

We have booked 20 slots for volunteers to pack food for international hunger relief. Open to children, youth and adults -- it's fun and it's gratifying! Feed My Starving Children, 401 93rd Ave NW, Coon Rapids, Wednesday, June 8, 7:00-8:45 PM. Please sign up in advance.

Seeking Child Care providers

St. Anthony Park UCC seeks responsible, nurturing, dependable persons with child care experience to care for infants thru first graders on Sunday mornings, 10:15-11:45 AM and occasionally at other church events. Age 16+. $25/Sunday. Background check required. Full job description available upon request. Please send letter of interest/application with references to Rev. Victoria Wilgocki, pastor@sapucc.org.

Camping Weekend - August 12-14

SAPUCC goes camping! Friday-Sunday, August 12-14, at Lake Maria State Park in Monticello, a one-hour drive from the Twin Cities. $10/person; $25/family; Scholarship monies are available. All ages welcome. BYOTent and camping gear. If you don’t have gear and want to camp, talk with Liam.

Learn, serve, raise money, build a tiny home

Youth will be learning about homelessness, raising money, helping to build a tiny house, and gaining a valuable life experience in partnership with youth from three other UCC metro congregations (St. Paul’s, Falcon Heights, UCC New Brighton.) To learn more about "Settled" go to settled.org. For the full schedule of workshops and activities, see our Google calendar.

This page last modified on May 17, 2022