Contact Carol Throntveit by Email or 612.767.2246.

Helpful Links and Resources

www.bookoffaith.org
www.enterthebible.org
Bible Gateway
www.bible.oremus.org
www.ntgateway.com

Listen to the Bible Being Read!  These sites allow you to listen on your computer or download audio versions of the Bible to your MP3 or other devices (for free!).

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Nov
19
November 19
Sunday 8:30 AM
West: Sanctuary
Nov
19
November 19
Sunday 8:30 AM
Minneapolis: Serley Chapel
Nov
19
November 19
Sunday 9:00 AM
Thanksgiving Food Drives at both the Minneapolis and West Campuses on Sunday, November 19th, following all Worship Services, and on Thanksgiving Day, November 23rd. Please bring non-perishable food items (Items that are of most need are: flour, sugar, cooking oil, canned meat (tuna, canned chicken), canned fruit, baked beans and ramen) to the parking lot at either campus. Food collected at Minneapolis will be donated to Community Emergency Services (CES), and food collected at the West Campus will be donated to Bountiful Basket.
Minneapolis: Parking Lot - Minneapolis
Nov
19
November 19
Sunday 9:00 AM
Thanksgiving Food Drives at both the Minneapolis and West Campuses on Sunday, November 19th, following all Worship Services, and on Thanksgiving Day, November23rd. Please bring non-perishable food items (Items that are of most need are: flour, sugar, cooking oil, canned meat (tuna, canned chicken), canned fruit, baked beans and ramen) to the parking lot at either campus. Food collected at Minneapolis will be donated to Community Emergency Services (CES), and food collected at the West Campus will be donated to Bountiful Basket.
West: Parking Lot
Nov
19
November 19
Sunday 9:00 AM
24th Sunday After Pentecost
~Sermon: Pastor Kalland
~Music: Cathedral Choir, Chancel Choir, Chancel Ringers, and Christine Staebell, mezzo soprano
~Communion: 8:30am & 12:45pm
~Sunday Church School: 9,10,11
~The Way: 9,10,11
~Nursery: 9,10,11

Christine Staebell, mezzo-soprano, is a Mount Olivet member and frequent soloist. She has been a soloist at numerous churches throughout the Unites States and loves performing a wide variety of music, from classical, to jazz, to contemporary. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Vocal Performance from Illinois Wesleyan University and her Master of Music degree from Arizona State University.
Minneapolis: Main Sanctuary- Minneapolis Campus
Nov
19
November 19
Sunday 9:00 AM
24th Sunday After Pentecost
~Sermon: Pastor Lose
~Music: Chancel Ringers, Cathedral and Chancel Choirs, Myrtle Lemon, soprano
~Communion: 8:30 and 11:45am
~Sunday Church School: 9, 10 & 11am
~The Way: 9, 10 & 11am
~Nursery: 9, 10 & 11am

Myrtle Lemon, soprano, holds a degree in Music Education from St. Olaf College. While at St. Olaf, she served as a soprano section leader in the St. Olaf Choir and performed in many lyric theater productions. Myrtle currently lives in northern St. Paul where she teaches music to students of all ages.
West: Sanctuary
Nov
19
November 19
Sunday 12:45 PM
This is for communion that takes place at either campus
Minneapolis: Serley Chapel

Living The Message

 

What is Living the Message?

Living the Message is designed to build vibrant faith in the members and friends of Mount Olivet Lutheran Church. It is an all-congregation, Bible-focused movement to make Bible discovery accessible, convenient, and welcoming while creating fellowship and friendship among participants.

  • Once a month, October through May, small groups, usually 8-10 people, meet to talk about a section of a book of the Bible and enjoy fellowship together. This year, groups will focus on the Gospel of Mark.

  • Groups are based on neighborhoods, common interests, or simply the convenience of a meeting place and time. They meet in homes, coffee shops, church spaces, or wherever works best for the group.

  • Members commit to one group for eight monthly gatherings and agree to read the assigned texts, prepare for discussion, and attend the small group discussions.

  • To assist in understanding the biblical text and prepare for discussion, participants purchase the Book of Faith Learner Guide for Mark at a cost of $10.

  • Each month, a pastor will introduce that month’s chosen reading for those who agree to be discussion facilitators and anyone else who is interested. Facilitators are expected to be well prepared, but not expected to be experts on the biblical texts being explored.

Living the Message: 2017-2018 Pastors’ Introductions
Whether or not you participate in a Living the Message small group, you are welcome to attend the pastors’ introductions to each month’s chosen reading.   These sessions typically occur the first Monday of the month. Registration not required for the introductions and there is no cost to attend. Contact: Carol ­ Throntveit 612.767.2246

 Date  Where  Reading
 Oct 2, 7 pm   MPLS -- 482-486   What Kind of Beginning is This? Mark 1:1-15
 Nov 6, 7 pm  WEST – Fellowship Hall  Who's In? Who's Out? Mark 7:14-30
 Dec 4, 7 pm   MPLS -- 482-486   Who Do You Say Jesus Is? Mark 8:27-9:1
 Jan 8, 7 pm   MPLS -- 482-486   What Does the Glory of God Look Like? Mark 9:2-13
 Feb 5, 7 pm   MPLS -- 482-486   Who is the Greatest? Mark 9:33-37, 10:13-16
 March 5, 7 pm   MPLS -- 482-486   When Is the Ending Beginning? Mark 13:1-37
 April 2, 7 pm  WEST – Fellowship Hall  Were You There When They Crucified My Lord? Mark 15:22-39
 May 7, 7 pm   MPLS -- 482-486   Can the End Be Just a Beginning? Mark 16:1-18

Registration not required.  No cost.  Contact: Carol  Throntveit 612.767.2246

Audio Files

NameUploadedTypeSize
November 2017
11/10/2017WMA12 MB
October 2017
10/09/2017WMA13 MB

Discussion Guides