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White Bear Lake’s Christ the King Lutheran Church

Welcome to White Bear Lake’s Christ the King Lutheran Church, a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). Thank you for exploring our website! Christ the King is a small town church in the big city, offering a multitude of opportunities for personal connection and service. We offer high quality and creative worship, including both traditional and praise music, multiple choirs and musical groups, and sermons that connect Scripture and life. Personal connection is essential to us, and we’re proud of our engaged staff, opportunities for Bible study, intergenerational relationships and global partnerships. We accept all people through open communion and by encouraging everyone of all ages to share their gifts and passions. All of this is centered around service, and we impact our community in multiple ways, including regular commitments a local shelter, Second Harvest and Habitat for Humanity—among many others. Wherever you are at in your faith, wherever you come from, you’re welcome here.

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This Sunday from 10:00 – 11:00 am everyone will have a chance to bid on items in our Silent Auction.  Proceeds will go […]

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Sunday, October 2, 2016 This Sunday Pastor Jennifer Hackbarth will be leading the service at 9am. The Scripture for this week covers the promises […]

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Contact Information

1660 Birch Lake Avenue
White Bear Lake, MN 55110

Phone: 651-429-4828

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday
from 9am to 4:30pm

by appointment


Worship Times

Worship Time: 9am

Sunday School: 10:15am

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This Sunday (Oct 2) we welcome Matthew Garavalia, a student at Luther Seminary, as our preacher. We've heard the stories of Creation, Abraham and Sarah, and Joseph in the past 3 weeks. This Sunday we hear about Moses, the Israelites, and The Passover.

Psalm 37:1-9
Exodus 12:1-13; 13:1-8

This story is a turning point in Scripture, when God's chosen people are saved from oppression and suffering and sent toward the Promised Land. What is saving your life today? How is God present in your life this week?

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