Tending to our roots, deepening into the soil of Jesus Christ.

  • We worship to encounter the living God and to continue the apostles' teaching and fellowship.
  • We teach spiritual practices and invite all into creating and keeping an intentional Rule of Life.
  • We preach to help people ground their own lives in God's story and live faithfully.
  • We share the stories of our faith journeys, seeking courage to rely on God's promises.

At Convention, Bishop Loya invited all Minnesota Episcopalians to tend to our root system as disciples, engaging in daily practices of discipleship, both as individuals and communities, that will allow us to better be led by God. 

On this page, find spiritual practices and other resources that you can engage individually and in your faith community to tend to your roots. 

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Centered Curriculum

In the Bishop’s address, he invited every Minnesota Episcopalian to become part of one of a small group gatherings this year. He offered up the newly developed Centered curriculum from the Episcopal Church as a simple, easy to use, resource for three, or four, or five other people to join together to deepen their spiritual journeys in community.

Explore the Priorities


Daily practices that help us follow Jesus as our whole way of life.

Faithful Innovation

Joining the Spirit in new ways to proclaim and live out the gospel.


Becoming the Beloved Community.

Congregational Vitality

Thriving faith communities of all sizes in all places.