As a Reconciling in Christ Lutheran congregation, with justice and worship at our core, we have a long history of embracing LGBTQIA+ inclusion, racial justice, and ecofaith.
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Join us every third Sunday of the month for a half hour Anti-Racism vigil.
We meet on the steps of the church at 12:15 p.m. and march to France Avenue in solidarity with our black, brown, and indigenous neighbors.
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We acknowledge that Edina Community Lutheran Church is located on the traditional, ancestral and contemporary lands of the Dakhóta Oyáte, the Dakota nation. Treaties developed through exploitation and violence were broken. Tribes were forced to exist on ever smaller amounts of land.
Acknowledging this painful history, we as a congregation confess our complicity in the theft of Native land and acknowledge that we have not yet honored our treaties. We further confess that Christians and Christian churches have benefited from this land theft. We commit to being active advocates for justice for Native People and to truth telling that leads to healing.