- Phone: (651) 429-9026
- Mailing Address: 1851 Birch St., White Bear Lake, MN, 55110
WBLUMC offers many opportunities to get involved and serve within the church and the community. Group and mission activities vary throughout the year and include many different focuses, from recovery from addiction to needlework to gardening. Current activities and related contact information are included in the announcements portion of the weekly bulletins.
Contact the for more information, including the name and personal phone number or email for each group or mission's coordinator.
Join the book club (generally the fourth Monday of each month, though adjustments are often made for holidays) for monthly discussions of both fiction and non-fiction books. Come every month, or drop in per your interest in individual books. 2019-2020 Reading List
Get to know others in the church while enjoying a meal together.
Joining together for handcrafts (knitting, needlepoint, and so on).
Meet two days a week for bible study as well as plan and participate in special events, like the Wild Game Dinner in the winter.
Enjoy a casual game of golf at area courses.
Connect to God through yoga. Six-week sessions occur throughout the year.
A fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
A support group for family members of those with addiction.
Travel to Appalachia and repair homes during a week-long trip in the summer. More info about ASP.
Make dough, bake bread, and host guests and groups related to the bread ministry.
The church offers garden plots for rent to anyone interested in gardening.
Put your faith into action via various mission opportunities throughout the year.
A program of Home- and Community-Based Services, The Gathering serves people experiencing early- or mid-stage memory loss and provides a respite to caregivers.
Donate your gently used clothing for others in the community.
A day of varied service projects that typically occurs in early spring.
Come to a monthly circle meeting or a spring or fall program to explore missions as, through our learning opportunities, contributions, and service, we try to address the root causes of many conditions harming women, children, and youth.
Make cloth bags and liners for Days for Girls kits.
This group developed after our Up All Night sermon series, about what worries keep you awake, and, as its name suggests, focuses on issues of social and climate justice.
Help your neighbors in need by stocking food or assisting shoppers at the food shelf.
Serve as a reading mentor for elementary school students.
Specially trained volunteers provide emotional and spiritual support.
Give and receive support (meals and transportation) as we help one another ease our burdens and share the joys of our life journeys.
Serve the church by welcoming visitors and helping them feel comfortable.
Pray for those who request this prayer support.
Offer comfort by praying with attendees after services and for those who request prayer support.