Each month from September through May, we offer a home cooked meal served in the lower level Fellowship Hall following the 10:30am service. Students always eat for free. Others are invited to give a free will donation. Visitors and students are most welcome!
Fellowship meals are often, but not always, the second Sunday of the month. Check the calendar to see exact dates.
ULCH is currently discerning and preparing to construct a wood-fired oven in order to start a bread ministry. We are still in the feasibility-study and research stages, but stay tuned for more information! Here is a note about the oven from John Bablitch, Community Oven Feasibility Study Member:
In just a couple of months, the Community Oven Feasibility Study project team has discovered that there is a groundswell of support for a potential wood-fired, masonry oven (also referred to as a Community Oven) at ULCH. As a result, our project team has been active, reaching out to bread ministry resources, and creating events to help ULCH members get engaged in a potential bread (and pizza!) ministry at ULCH. We are getting educated, as well, thanks to the guidance/membership of Mike Faust and other members of White Bear Lake United Methodist Church (WBL UMC). They have taken us under their wings, and shared with us a wealth of inside information they have gleaned from doing a Community Oven bread ministry since 2010. The lessons learned that they have shared are invaluable. They are encouraging of our efforts and want us to succeed at building our own Community Oven. To date, they have helped about 10 churches/organizations build a Community Oven, and would like to see ULCH become part of this growing movement in the Twin Cities.