Adulting 101 returns on Sunday!
Sunday, January 6, 1:00pm-2:15pm
You can control your money or your money can control you. Take charge in this seminar led by Paul Christopher (Thrivent Finmeant to help you think intentionally about how you acquire your money, how you regard it, how you manage it, and how you spend it. Embrace new fiscal habits while the new year is fresh in your mind! Walk-ins welcome, RSVPs helpful, and while geared toward young adults anyone can join in!

Adulting 101 is a new monthly series of free life-skills workshops. Gather on 1st Sundays at 1:00pm in the Longfellow Room at Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church (511 Groveland Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403). Get brunch in the Social Hall, then get adulting! Oh, and if it's your first time at Brunch, it's on the house!

Upcoming Adulting 101 Workshops:
February 3 - Personal Branding
March 3 - Beyond the Screen: What to Say When You Don't Know What to Say
April 7 - Work/Life Balance
May 5 - More Than a Tote Bag: Create a Green Life
Anti-Racism Event on January 12! Half-Price Scholarship Tickets for Young Adults Available!
Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church is honored to host an anti-racism event to build bridges across cultures from an interfaith perspective. Rev. Jim Wallis, founder of  Sojourners  ( ) will deliver an anti-racism keynote and moderate a panel of local anti-racism experts to help our community dismantle racism in our neighborhood and our nation. Tickets at http: .  

Contact the Young Adult Team:

Rev. Nate Melcher, Associate Pastor of Faith Development
Appointments: Dawn Breffle (executive assistant) | dawn @ | 612-435-1312
612.435.1301 office | nate @
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