Welcome to White Bear Lake UMC!
"Tuesdays at Two" Book StudyWe 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.
A Path Appears by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn
Starting Feburary 10, join others to discuss the book "A Path Appears" by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn on Tuesdays from 2 - 3:30 PM in Room 200.
In their previous book, Half the Sky, they addressed struggles of women and children around the world. In this book, they seek to offer concrete examples
of ordinary people, like you and me, actually making a difference. If you're often dismayed by the state of the world and unsure how you can do anything
about it, this is the book for you to read and discuss.
Books are available for $15.00 each. Sign up online (green Event Registration button to the right), in the Narthex or via the Connection Card in Worship.
Join us for our NEW Service:
Sundays from 11:15 AM until Noon
Short. Sweet. Powerful.
Are you looking for a new church?
A place to meet new people and build spiritual knowledge?
Join us at White Bear Lake United Methodist Church as we launch a new service with a redefined style.
Join us and bring your questions on faith.
- Band-led worship music.
- Interactive teaching.
- Just 45 minutes.
- Kids' programming for birth through Kindergarten.
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 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.