Art + Faith Sundays @ 11 am | October 4, 11, 18 & 25
Join with White Bear Lake United Methodist Church & The White Bear Center for
the Arts for a 4-session event designed exclusively for preschool kids ages 4-7.
White Bear Lake United Methodist Church is bringing local artists together with your kiddos for a four-week session of studio style art. Using multiple mediums, your kids will create fun and engaging art projects based on chosen bible stories. Mixing a local artist, and timeless bible stories to teach your littlest the most relevant stories in a creative new way. $40/child; Includes all fees Register now, class size is limited: wblumc.org or call the church office.
Tuesdays at 2 : The New Jim Crow
4 week book study in October
Join us each Tuesday afternoon in October from 2—3:30pm as we read and discuss the New York Times bestseller
The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander.
The author, a civil rights lawyer-turned-legal scholar, walks us through the ways we have redesigned the racial caste in America.
We are sure to have a lively, respectful conversation about racial discrimination and what that means for the large amount of young black men in prison.
Please join us! You can sign up in the narthex, online, or by contacting Pastor Brooke Heerwald Steiner: email@example.com.
WBLUMC Parent Book Nights
Join Joan & Stina at Caribou Coffee (Hwy 96, Near 35E exit)
for engaging conversations about parenting children, tweens, & teens.
Come for one night or join us for the entire series...
Books & Dates (All events will be held from 7-8pm at Caribou Coffee on Hwy 96)
- October 11th— A Parent’s Guide to Understanding Social Media by Mark Oestreicher & Adam McLane
- November 8th— Seamless Faith Simple Practices for Daily Family Life by Traci Smith
- January 10th— The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family by Kara Powell, Ph.D.
- February 7th— Sex +Faith Talking with Your Child from Birth to Adolescence by Kate Ott
- March 13th— Wise Minded Parenting: 7 Essentials for Raising Successful Tweens & Teens
by Laura Kastner, Ph.D. with Kristen Russell
- April 10th —The Blessing of a Skinned Knee by Wendy Mogel, Ph.D.
For More Information, Please Contact
Stina Koppes, Director of Youth Ministries (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Joan Hartman, Director of Children and Family Ministries (email@example.com)
Who are we?
White Bear Lake United Methodist Church is a community of people striving to walk in the path of Jesus. Though we are unified in our mission, we are diverse in our thoughts, beliefs, and actions. As a practice, we believe religion and faith is a dialogue, not a dictate. We invite you to explore our belief statements and hold them in conversation with us and with one another.
- We believe in teaching our children, youth, and adults to be critical thinkers and adventuresome followers who can ask big questions in church and get honest answers.
- We believe that Jesus is our primary pathway to God at the same time we respect other pathways to God.
- We believe in taking the Bible seriously but not literally.
- We believe God lives and moves among each one of us.
- We believe the kingdom of God is a present reality, not just a future one, and that we each have a role in contributing to its presence.