The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
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October 2010 |
Be our guest
Minnesota State Fair visitors sit down for breakfast at the Salem Lutheran Church Diner.
Run by an ELCA congregation in Minneapolis, this diner has offered its Swedish egg coffee (whipped eggs are added to the coffee grounds) since 1949.
But some things have changed: the bottomless cup volunteers poured for 25 cents 25 years ago is now $1.
The diner raises about $70,000 a year, most of which goes toward the congregation's youth ministry.
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