Mission: Groveland is a mutually supportive and inclusive community, which fosters individual spiritual growth and inspires its members to do good works in the world.
Vision: We, the members of Groveland Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, shall live our faith in a welcoming, inclusive congregation that provides a safe community for spiritual exploration and operates in accordance with the principles and traditions of Unitarian Universalism. Groveland welcomes seekers on their spiritual journeys.
Sunday Services: Our Services are held at 10:00 at the Interfaith Action of Greater St. Paul building (formerly the St Paul Area Council of Churches) at 1671 Summit Ave. in St. Paul, MN 55105.
Our mailing address:
Groveland UU Fellowship
PO Box 40011
St. Paul, MN 55104
Accessibility: Ours is a wheelchair accessible building, with handicapped parking behind the building.
Families with children: Families with children aged 8 and up are invited to attend the service.
Our Next Presentation
Sunday, February 07, 2016
Indigenous Shamanic Practices
The Shamans' primary role is being an intermediary between human and non-human worlds—to act as liaison to the other- than- human world, tending to the earthly web of relations in which the community is embedded. Their secondary role as healer stems from their attention to strengthening their relationships with the other-than-human world.
with Dr. Ginny Allery
As an indigenous person, Dr. Ginny Allery has devoted her academic studies to the spiritual journey of her Cree tribe and is currently studying the relationships between ceremonial practices and energy.