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    Whether you are new to our website, a frequent visitor, or a long-time member of People's Congregational Church, we welcome you!

    We hope that on these pages you will find information and inspiration that will lead you to our beautiful and historic church in the scenic Saint Croix Valley of southeastern Minnesota.

    From our Pilgrim heritage to our involvement in contemporary issues of faith and action, ours is a rich story which we look forward to sharing with you.


  • the sweet young girl Norah Jones in new tour in spring 2017 at Hawaii Theatre

  • Norah Jones' notoriety for inclining toward a stewing smoothness hasn't generally been an exact take. She's snapped the shape on a couple of collections, most remarkably on "The Fall" and "Minimal Broken Hearts," yet Friday night at the Louisville Palace she was unquestionably in a calm perspective.

    Some portion of the reason is her most recent collection, "Sunrises," which is generally viewed as an arrival to the style Jones made popular in 2002 with "Leave Away With Me," one of history's top of the line collections. That style – piano ditties that substitute amongst sultry and sluggish – ruled Friday's show, now and again to a blame.

    Jones isn't a summoning nearness, and her downplayed playing behind her dark child fantastic piano matched with her shadowy voice prompted a lethargic vibe in the opening quarter of the show.

    However, between the sunburst of lighting that showed up behind her and four performers and an incremental increment in beat, her arrival to the Fox after about five years swelled into a charming showcase of her extensive musicianship.

    While Jones, 37, stayed behind her essential instrument for her woozy revelation of melodic fate, "Sinkin' Soon" and she and her band saturated Neil Young's "Don't Be Denied" with a rootsy pop sensibility reminiscent of Sheryl Crow, Jones had more melodic muscles to flex.

    TODAY IS THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF RONALD REAGAN. President Ronald Reagan was shot in the trunk by a 25-year-old shooter in Washington, D.C. on this day in 1981. Three different people were injured (press secretary James Brady was injured and kicked the bucket of his wounds in 2014 — after 33 years). John W. Hinckley Jr., the blamed aggressor, was captured at the scene. In 1982, a government jury in D.C. discovered Hinckley not blameworthy by reason of madness, and he was focused on St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, D.C., for an inconclusive time.



    Sheryl crow, Norah jones and Jack johnson

    Sheryl crow, Norah jones and Jack johnson

    Norah Jones - Sunrise



  • More About Us
    Worship at People's

  • Sunday Schedule
    9:00am: “The Anchor”
    A Traditional Worship Service
    9:00am Education Hour – All Ages
    10:00am: “The Bridge” Fellowship
    A time For Coffee & Conversation
    10:30am: “The Well-Spring”
    An Informal, Family-Friendly Worship Service Utilizing Different Musical Styles
    Last Sunday of Each Month
    9:00am Education Hour – All Ages
    10:00am “The Bridge” Fellowship
    10:30am “The Oasis” Worship

    Professional Nursery Care Provided 8:45-11:30am
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    Come Join Us!Our Mission We are a community of people who celebrate God’s unconditional love through joyful worship and faithful service. Empowered by the spirit of the risen Christ, we are blessed to be a blessing.  

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    Upcoming Events

     

    Women’s Book Club: Wednesday, July 11th,

    4:30 pm – 6:00 pm at the Dock Cafe

      We will be discussing “Dead Tease” by Victoria Houston.

     

    “Men of People’s”: Breakfast Saturday, July 14th, 8:00 am at the Lowell Inn.

     

    Vacation Bible School: Tuesday,  July 24th, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

     

    Pizza and Outdoor Movie Night July 21st

    Contact / Directions

    email: office@peoplescongregationalchurch.org

    People's Congregational Church
    ph. 651.439.5667
    309 North Third Street Bayport, MN 55003