Six months into her pastoral call, Meta Herrick Carlson realized that at age 27 she was the only church member in her age group.
St. John Lutheran graces a sunny corner on Nicollet Avenue in the Tanglewood neighborhood of southwest Minneapolis. “St. John’s is a great, intergenerational congregation. There are plenty of 30- and 40-somethings and all ages mingle and serve really well together, but that one decade, the 20s, was noticeably missing,” Carlson said.
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