Lenten Sermon Series
Sunday at 9:00 AM
White Bear Lake United Methodist Church is dedicated to fostering positive change by taking active steps to care for our environment. We're committed to reducing our carbon footprint and embracing recycling practices. On Sunday February 4 the congregation voted to move forward with the installation of solar panels to further our commitment to a greener future. Together, we can make a meaningful impact on our community and the planet.
Stop by the church to see our current installation, a series of quilts titled Pandemic Cry by artist Nancy Gipple. These quilts are a series started during the COVID pandemic lockdown and completed in early 2022. They were "triggered by the murder of George Floyd and are my way of chanting, crying, pleading and joining the widespread demonstrations," explained Nancy. The exhibit will be available to view Mon. through Thurs. 9am - 1pm and on Sundays through March 24th.