CONSTRUCTION NOTICE: Work has begun on Minnetonka Boulevard (County Road 5) between Larchwood Drive and I-494. Traffic can continue to use the road. However, you should expect changes in the traffic configurations from day to day. Weather permitting, the project is expected to be completed in roughly two weeks. Once the paving project has completed this area will be re-striped. From Martha Lane to just west of Williston Road (near The Marsh), Minnetonka Boulevard will have one lane of traffic in each direction with a shared center lane for left turns.
Directions from Hwy 7:

From 7 (either direction) turn South onto Tonkawood Road, follow all the way to Minnetonka Blvd. Enter the driveway (on the left-hand side) right before Minnetonka Blvd.

For the more information about this project, visit www.hennepin.us/mtkablvd.

SERVICE TIMES

Sundays at 9:30 am, Nursery Care available from 9:00 to 10:50 am
Service of Holy Communion every Sunday

CONTACT

Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 am – 5 pm, Friday 8 am- 11 am
Phone: 952-935-3419
Email: [email protected]
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OUR STORY…

In 1953, a group of Lutherans began gathering in Minnetonka, as the Twin Cities exploded outward amidst the post-war boom. The stained glass windows of a farmhouse became those of Minnetonka Lutheran Church. Young people, many with growing families, worshiped together. Children were baptized and grew up together. They served in their community, resettled refugees and sponsored missionaries. Minnetonka Lutheran embraced the language of the arts, spirited sacred music, disciplined study and faithful service to communicate the Gospel from Minnetonka Boulevard.

Now, over 60 years later, God has brought Minnetonka Lutheran and Bethlehem Lutheran together to continue God’s work for decades to come as Bethlehem Lutheran Church Twin Cities. We stand on the scaffold built by the members of Bethlehem and Minnetonka. Two campuses, rooted in their communities, working as one to be sent out with the Holy Spirit to change lives throughout the Twin Cities and around the world.