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Sacred Grounds Coffee House Welcomes You

Sacred Grounds Coffee House is a nonprofit 501(c)3 creative community space with a coffee house vibe.  We honor marginalized people's lives through the arts and trauma-informed togetherness.

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Our Vision

Rooted in Resilience and Nourished in the Arts, Sacred Grounds Coffee House plants seeds of understanding so that equity and healing may flourish for all.

Our Guiding Principles

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Sacred Grounds Coffee House Recognizes that there are many underlying factors for why people may be at higher risk of complex trauma, oppression, and marginalization.  These reasons may include race, culture, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomics, disability, and mental health conditions.

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We are passionate about matters of diversity, equity, and resilience. We aspire to be aware of and put into practice trauma-informed best practices in all that we do.  Sacred Grounds Coffee House is committed to co-creating a volunteer-led, generosity-based creative community space where all people feel authentically welcomed and supported in creative self-expression.

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Using the arts as a catalyst for respectful conversation and community action, we plant seeds of understanding so that equity and healing may flourish for all.

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All board members will participate in at least 8 hours a year of learning opportunities around topics of diversity, equity, trauma-informed best practices.  We will also refer to the federal Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) published guidelines for what it means for an organization to strive to operate from a trauma-informed lens.

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Sacred Grounds Coffee House is not a direct service provider. We are an all volunteer, community lead, arts based social justice endeavor. As part of that mission we build ongoing working relationship with other non-profits and professionals committed to celebrating diversity, promoting equity, and building resilience though the arts. To actively help ensure that all participants safe, dignity, and value are upheld we partner with other peace-building organizations and individuals committed to lasting systemic change.

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We believe that ongoing learning with one another and actively highlighting opportunities for self-advocate and allies to engage in our local community is an essential piece of creating and sustaining a genuinely equitable arts-based space.

Equity and the Arts Initiatives

All partnering individuals and organizations share common guiding principles based on celebrating diversity, promoting Equity, and building community and individual resilience through the creative arts. We collaborate to creatively share our stories of courage, strength, and endurance, and the surrounding community. In genuine solidarity with one another, we plant seeds of understanding so that Equity and healing may flourish for all.

Artist Gallery Store

Our Sacred Grounds Coffee House artist gallery is a volunteer, Persons with Disabilities (PWD), and ally led endeavor. The Sacred Grounds overall purpose is to provide a public platform for artists, musicians, authors, and peace-building organizations within underrepresented communities. 70% of collaborating artists, authors, and peace building organizations are from the BIPoC, LGBTQ+, and PWD communities.

 

Proceeds for all art, book and bulk coffee bean sales will go towards basic operational costs (examples: lease support, insurance, free Creative Coffee Time supplies) and workshop facilitator fees and scholarships for facing financial barriers.

Purchases from our non profit persons with disabilities (PWD) and ally arts store can be made in person and online. Items currently in our store can be viewed on our FB page "Album"

 

Contact Becca at rschimek26@gmail.com for more info.

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Free Creative Community Coffee Time

Come to Sacred Grounds during open hours for free coffee, snacks, and art creation using art supplies freely provided (or bring your own projects).

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Arts-Based Workshops

Sacred Grounds and our collaborating artists, musicians, and community partners are dedicated to making our arts based equity and resilience workshops and special events accessible to all want to attend. Preregistration is required. Thanks to generous donors and sales from our in person and online stores, we are able to keep the registration cost low or donation based. Scholarships are available for anyone in need. Please check our website or email Sarah at
Sarah.Sacredgrounds@gmail.com for more information or how you can help!

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While Sacred Grounds Coffee House is new (and therefore small) non-profit organization, our collective hearts and long-term commitment to the Shoreview/Roseville area is deep and far-reaching. We collaborate work local businesses and organizations to host our Rooted in Resilience Nourished in the art workshops until we can raise and sustain enough funds for a large American with Disabilities (ADA) accessible space of our own. Please contact Sarah at Sarah.SacredGrounds@gmail.com help through a donation of supplies, funds, or to host an upcoming Sacred Grounds workshop.

Sacred Grounds Coffee House is a non-profit 501(c)3. Contributions to Sacred Grounds are tax-deductible to the extent of the law. 

Contact Sacred Grounds Coffee House

Sacred Grounds Coffee House seeks to partner with enthusiastic individuals and creative entrepreneurs with these common goals to develop and sustain this unique and timely social endeavor.  Please contact Sarah McGuiness at Sarah.SacredGrounds@gmail.com

for more information. 

HOURS: 

  • MONDAY:         9:30AM - 11:30 AM / 2:30PM - 5:00PM

  • TUESDAY:         9:30AM - 11:30 AM / 2:30PM - 5:00PM

  • WEDNESDAY:  9:30AM - 11:30 AM / 2:30PM - 5:00PM

  • THURSDAY:     2:30PM - 5:30PM

  • FRIDAY:            2:30PM - 5:00PM

  • SATURDAY:     CLOSED

  • SUNDAY:         CLOSED

1053 Highway 96, Shoreview, MN 55126

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