Have you figured out your purpose in life? Do you feel close to God in your everyday life? Are you living a life that matters to God and those around you?
At Prairie Lutheran Church, you are encouraged to ask yourself these questions. Then you can seek the answers by embarking on a journey of learning which will lead to an abundant life with meaning and hope. You are invited to hear God’s voice, to study its meaning for your life and to share His love, hope and grace with those around you. Below are adult activities for your spiritual growth.
FALL MINISTRIES BROCHURE
Occasional Sundays 10:00am in the Sanctuary
Come and hear a variety of topics at this adult forum type session.
ADULT SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY
Sunday 10:00am, Lower Level 1 (LL1)
The Gospel of John
PARENT LIFE GROUPS
Wednesday 7:00pm, Sanctuary
Are you a parent? Have you ever wanted help with your parenting skills?
These talks are geared to give parents skills for effective and faithful parenting. We have recruited some experts in the field who will share their passion and wisdom. Join other parents and learn how to be effective and resilient parents!
YOUNG ADULTS FAITH ON TAP
November 16 @ 7:00pm - Badger Hill Brewing, Shakopee
Join other young adults as we gather at a brewery for drinks and
casual conversation about faith.
Conversation Café is a ministry of Prairie Lutheran Church that gathers people around ‘hot topics’. The goal is to learn how our faith helps us engage with rather than avoid conversations about these topics. In the past, we’ve had conversations about Heaven & Hell, and the best sellers The Shack and The DaVinci Code. The evening is biblical, practical, and interactive: it is led by Pastor Quie. For more information and dates, click the link below.
OUR NEIGHBORS' FAITH
Every summer Pastor Joel contacts local faith communities as part of the “Our Neighbor’s Faith” program. We live in an increasingly diverse world and it is important to expand our understanding of all God’s children. This has been a rich experience over the years. We have listened and learned and our faith horizons have expanded. A typical tour lasts an hour which includes a time for Q & A. Often our group sits in the sanctuary and a member of the host congregation shares the history and values of their tradition. For more information and dates, click the link below.
NEW YEAR'S EVE FAMILY SKATE