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A common framework: The story of St. Luke in Minnetonka and American Indians

 

December 26, 2018



MINNETONKA — One church in the Twin Cities metro area has a notably long history of outreach to the American Indians of the Upper Midwest. It’s not merely writing checks; it’s involved on a personal level.

And here is why that personal touch makes a difference: Last fall, Lori Cocking, a member of St. Luke Presbyterian Church in Minnetonka, was speaking with an American Indian woman with a nonprofit that supports the homeless encampment at Franklin and Hiawatha avenues in the Little Earth area of Minneapolis. They spoke about the need for clothing as winter cold set in.

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