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Parktacular Parade

Come walk the Parktacular Parade route representing Union on June 18th, pass out candy and flyers, greet our neighbors. Want to share in the fun? Donate a bag of individually wrapp... Read the rest!

May. 25, 10:40 am

June Family Worship

Join us as we play, sing and create our way through worship designed with children in mind. Everyone is welcome! On June 1, Family Worship begins at 5:30pm with a story and ends wi... Read the rest!

May. 25, 10:37 am

May Book Club

For the month of May we will each read a book of our choice, then come to share what we’ve read at Bruegger’s Bagels, 5400 Excelsior Boulevard in St Louis Park on Monda... Read the rest!

May. 19, 7:04 am

Pentecost Kit

May 4 & 11: 6 p.m. bring your sewing machine and stitch together the marbled fabric. May 15: Celebrate Pentecost with kite making, 9:10 in Fellowship Hall. Rejoice and listen ... Read the rest!

May. 10, 8:50 am

Welcome to Union!

Union Congregational Church United Church of Christ is St. Louis Park’s oldest church, founded in 1883. Today we are a growing congregation, united in our desire to share God’s love within our faith community and throughout the world.

Singles and couples. Families and empty-nesters. Gay and straight. Elders and children. Norwegian-Americans, native Kenyans and East Coast transplants. Stand-up comics and cover band drummers, weekend gardeners and BWCA lovers. At Union, we are happy to welcome “all the people” (wiggle your fingers), like the old Sunday school rhyme.

If you’re looking for a church home or just a warm and welcoming place to visit once in a while, please join us on a Sunday morning. Here, you’ll find a not-so-formal worship style, an atmosphere that invites questioning, lots of friendly people and plenty of hot (free-trade) coffee, not necessarily in that order.

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Adventures of Juan Bobo

7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

The world is upside down in The Adventures of Juan Bobo—and he is going to do something to turn it right side up! Inspired by Puerto Rican folk stories, the show combines puppetry, music, Spanish and English in a delightful tale of riddles, silly devils, a missing pig and a village in need of a hero. We’ll be serving popcorn, lemonade and ice cream.  Bring blankets or lawn chairs. We’ll pass the hat for donations to help support this program of Open Eye Figure Theater. In case of rain, the show will be performed inside the church. This event is hosted by Faith Formation and Membership and Church Growth Boards with funding from the MN Conference Ashley Grant, and will be outside by the Rain Garden, weather permitting. Bring a blanket or lawn chair.