Twin Cities Emergent Cohort: March 2007

Written by Mark Van Steenwyk : March 13, 2007

This month Tony Jones will be presenting at the Twin Cities Emergent Cohort.  After sharing a brief history of Emergent, he will share a bit about the upcoming Twin Cities Parade of Churches—a learning party based in communities of practice.  Here’s a description from the website:

The unique context of Minneapolis and St. Paul have catalyzed innovation in churches and new church communities for the last decade, and the Twin Cities have become a hub of the emerging church movement. Communities of theology and practice have sprung up around the cities, and collegial relationships have developed as well. So, we thought, Why not throw a party together?

In that spirit, we’ve designed a week of learning, conversation, worship, experimentation, and friendship. If you join us, you’ll experience a variety of emerging communities of faith — you’ll be challenged and encouraged; you’ll make friends and share ideas.

The Twin Cities Emergent Cohort meets at noon on the third Thursday of each month at the Acadia Cafe. The Acadia is located at the corner of Nicollet and Franklin in south Minneapolis and offers a great selection of coffee drinks, tap beers, and lunch-ish foodstuffs. Visit for more information.

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