A Family of Programs
Since our founding as the Hennepin County Sunday School Association in 1905, GMCC has continued to be a changing, resilient and forward-looking faith-based organization. Our roots in religious education and workshops have since grown into advocacy, action and a family of human service programs, including Division of Indian Work, Minnesota FoodShare, Kinship of Greater Minneapolis, Urban Immersion Service Retreats, Metro Paint-A-Thon and Clinical Pastoral Education. GMCC NEWSLETTER →
What an empowering summer for many Native American youth in our community! “Beginning in June and ending in August, 75 kids participated in Anishinabe Freedom School’s reading curriculum, making learning fun and worth while” says Amanda Williams, ATODP Cultural Coordinator. More
More than 300 of those food shelves received MFS’s food fund distribution checks raised during the 2016 March Campaign. “We really appreciate you organizing this campaign that gets people excited about donating. We appreciate this so much!” read a thank you note we received from the Willmar Area Food Shelf. More
Nearly 30 groups of volunteers participated in Paint-A-Thon Weekend in early August. “They became my family during the scraping and painting. When they came back with balloons and cake I had to hug each one."
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