Chain of Lakes Church, a new Presbyterian church forming in the Blaine and Lino Lakes area, will offer worship on Wednesdays this summer called “Sundaes on Wednesday.”
These worship services will start Wednesday, June 20, at 6:30 p.m. at Northpoint Elementary School, 2350 124th Court NE, Blaine.
“As we thought about our community, we realized that many people leave for the weekends during the summer. We decided to offer a mid-week worship experience for people who would like to worship in their own community,” said the Rev. Paul H. Moore, organizing pastor for Chain of Lakes Church.
“We will still offer a small group worship on Sunday mornings, but Wednesday evening will be our primary time or worship.”
Moore described the Wednesday worship style as casual, conversational and engaging. People will be seated around tables and will have the opportunity to discuss the theme of worship with others. A separate children’s program will be available along with child care.
“We know that many people will be coming directly from work, so we are offering healthy, pre-packaged food to folks,” Moore said. “They can eat the food during worship. At the end of worship everyone can enjoy a sundae.”
Chain of Lakes Church is a new Presbyterian church that is sponsored by the Presbytery of Twin Cities Area. The new church started worshipping in January 2010.
The church has already connected to the community by adopting Lino Lakes Elementary STEM school as a mission project.
“We want to invite the community to join us for Sundaes on Wednesday,” Moore said. “We are looking forward to offering this to the community.”