Come together today to check in. Grab a beverage and Zoom in for community, conversation, and care at 11 a.m. Central. Follow this Zoom link. See this Google doc for the password. You must be logged into your luthersem.edu account to access the document.
On Friday, November 13, one of the community announcements reported that Google has enabled the ability to move folders from your personal Google Drive to a shared Google Drive and manage folder-level permissions on shared drives.
This is true, but the Office of Technology reports that it is not enabling the ability to move folder to shared drives, because file owners may inadvertently lose access privileges with Google current configuration.
Departments are still encouraged to use Google shared drives for storing files because they are not tied to one singular owner, simplifying employee departures. For more information contact the helpdesk.
We gather today to remember all the saints who have gone before us and express the griefs we carry with us. Join us at 11 a.m. Central on the Luther Seminary Chapel Facebook page for worship together as a community. Zach Busch will lead us in music. We hope you will join us!
Elizabeth Schoenknecht will lead a yoga class series via Zoom this fall at 10:15 a.m. Central Friday mornings.
Come join us to get your body moving indoors and be present with your fellow community members.
Yoga will be available the following dates: November 13, November 20, December 4, December 11, and December 18.
You can come to any or all of the sessions, and all abilities and levels of experience are welcome!
Use this Zoom link to join. The passcode will be included in the community announcements email.
Ramsey County is hosting a virtual community town hall 5-6:30 p.m. November 17 to discuss a potential temporary shelter for women and couples experiencing homelessness at the vacant Stub Hall dormitory at Luther Seminary. This is the first step in a community process to evaluate this potential temporary shelter location as COVID-19 and the subsequent economic downturn have further exacerbated the housing crisis in Ramsey County.
Join via Zoom or phone. Details are available on Ramsey County’s webpage for the virtual town hall.
5-6:30 p.m. November 17