Contact: Volunteer Coordinator Carol Nault by Email or 612.767.2204
Altar GuildThe Altar Guild assists in communion and the care/preparation of the worship area for Sundays and holidays.Altar Guild Members Needed The overall goal of the Altar Guild is to see that communion is prepared, the worship space is kept beautiful and in good order, both to glorify God and to provide a setting which enables the congregation to worship in a meaningful way. If you like to work behind the scenes, please contact Nancy Nelson at 612-767-2264
Archives An impressive archive collection of materials pertaining to Mount Olivet history is kept at 5000 Logan Ave. Volunteers are needed to help in the collection, inventory, and preservation of materials.
Dorcas Society and Gronseth Fellowship (Funeral Help) The Dorcas Society (Minneapolis Campus) and Gronseth Fellowship (West Campus) help in the preparation, serving, and clean-up for memorial and funeral services.
Hospitality Team Provides warm greetings to members and visitors before each worship service at both campuses.
Lay Ministers/Lay Shepherds Lay Ministers and Shepherds provide an outreach to members within the community. They assist in the delivery of church materials and community-building with their neighbors.
Ushers/Parking Lot Attendants Ushers and Parking Lot Attendants are placed into groups that assist at services at a set time.
VEAP Volunteer in food pantry, drive VEAP minivan for appointments; serves south Minneapolis, Richfield, Bloomington and Edina.
Vision Partners (Estate Giving) This is a group of congregation and community members who want to leave a legacy for our church and/or affiliated organizations. To be a Vision Partners means Mount Olivet and/or its affiliates have been left a bequest in your will, named as a beneficiary on an insurance or retirement plan, or designated as a recipient of a charitable gift annuity or other planned gift. Contact: Mari Carlson by Email or 612.831.3150.
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