Partners & Resources
Longfellow/Seward Healthy Seniors is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community based organization serving older adults (seniors/elders) in the Longfellow, Seward, Cooper, Howe and Hiawatha neighborhoods of south Minneapolis. Their mission is to enable community seniors to live healthy, independent and socially connected lives.
Longfellow Community Council is a community-based 501(c)3 nonprofit citizen participation organization that represents the interests of community residents and businesses in the Greater Longfellow area.
Black Table Arts is a community driven arts cooperative located in Minneapolis, Minnesota gathering black communities through the arts toward better black futures. Complete with a bookstore, private meeting rooms, shared workspace and a performance space (BTA) makes bold the connection between art and grassroots organizing by providing programs that invite local artists to see themselves as change makers and organizers of their collective liberation.
With locations in both South Minneapolis and more recently, the West 7th Neighborhood of St. Paul, Wildflyer Coffee’s mission is to create employment opportunities for youth experiencing homelessness and housing instability through the cultivation of life skills and personal empowerment.We provide youth aged 16–24 with a four-month employment training program to cultivate the personal and professional skills needed to find and maintain stable employment and leave homelessness for good.
The Saint Paul Area Synod works to build mutually transformative partnerships, embolden public witness for justice, and renew ourselves in the possibilities of being church in a new day.
ReconcilingWorks: Lutherans for Full Participation has advocated for the full welcome, inclusion, and equity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and asexual/aromantic (LGBTQIA+) Lutherans in all aspects of the life of their Church, congregations, and community.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is one of the largest Christian denominations in the United States, with nearly 3.3 million members in more than 8,900 worshiping communities across the 50 states and in the Caribbean region
The Riverside Innovation Hub, an initiative of Augsburg’s Christensen Center for Vocation, works alongside local congregations seeking to become Public Churches. A public church is committed to place based vocational discernment in the public square for the common good. In other words, partner churches are pursuing God’s call for them to be in relationship with their local neighborhoods in ways that bring flourishing and life
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