Life events


Looking for emotional and/or spiritual support through a current struggle? Visit a support group that addresses your specific needs or explore other care ministries that will help you cope and overcome. There are times in our lives when we need the understanding and encouragement of others who have walked in similar shoes.

For more information, email Pastor Dagny LeMunyon or at 763.231.2969.

Life Events

Our lives are characterized by many joyous, often challenging, and sometimes heart-rending rites of passage. Let us help you plan for some of the most important events in your life. Learn more about our options for baptisms, weddings and funerals:
Baptism     Funerals      Weddings

Visitation Ministry

Visitation ministers provide friendly visits and companionship to those who are homebound or struggling with a life transition or challenge. Count on our prayer and presence if you or a loved one is hospitalized, in a care facility or homebound, or experiencing a life challenge or transition. In addition to offering their compassion, lay ministers represent the caring presence of God and our entire church community. We are eager to support you and share resources in a variety of ways:

  • Visits, with Holy Communion if desired, for those who are homebound or dealing with a life challenge or transition
  • Prayer support
  • Phone calls or visits before, during or after hospital stays. Please email Pastor Dagny LeMunyon or call at 763.231.2969 or call the church office at 763.545.5659 to request a phone call or visit.

It is our desire to help you stay spiritually connected to your Calvary family. To make a request or volunteer for any of these ministries, email Pastor Dagny LeMunyon or call at 763.231.2969 or the church office at 763.545.5659.

Advance Care Planning

Advance care planning is talking to your loved ones about what you would like your health care choices to be if a time comes when you are unable to speak for yourself. After you have this conversation, you may write down your wishes in a document called a health care directive. This document allows you to:

  • Give instructions about the type of medical care you wish to receive or not to receive
  • Choose a person(s), called a health care agent(s), to make medical decisions for you if you are unable to communicate
  • Your parish nurses are here to help with the process.

Email Pastor Dagny LeMunyon or call at 763.231.2969.


Dagny LeMunyon

Traditional & Care

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