FELLOWSHIP EVENTS

Coping with Chronic Pain

Saturday 1/23 9am Mpls Campus

Speakers: DR. FRITZ FERRIS presenting Eastern and Western ideas on chronic pain and TERRI ALLEN, a certified nurse practitioner from Allina,
sharing her own experience with chronic pain. ere also will be a presentation on Tai Chi, information booths, and a continental breakfast. Join us for this life-changing, educational opportunity. Cost: $15. Register Questions: Nancy Coates 612.767.2208, Sandy Connell 612.767.2210.

 

Classes start in January!
Bible Studies:
Wednesday & Thursday Word
Tuesday Study: The Bible: I've Got Questions!
Read Through the Bible Overviews
Living the Message
Death & Resurrection
Learning opportunities:
Parent Share Book Discussion
Book Discussion for Women
Book Discussion on "Simply Tuesdays"
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Ladies Night, TICKET SALES BEGIN JANUARY 4th 2016

Mon 2/15 6:30pm, Mpls Fellowship Hall.

RUTH BACHMAN – nationally recognized speaker, cancer survivor, amputee, member of the Bachman’s Floral family, and woman of faith – will talk about “­The Gift of Transformation.” Dinner by Salut. Tickets: $15. Ruth also will be selling/ signing her book, Growing through the Narrow Spots, for $20. MEN SERVE AT LADIES’ NIGHT To volunteer, contact: Katie Shepherd 612.767.2256 kshepherd@mtolivet.org.

8th Annual Motorheads Event
Tues 2/16, Park and Shuttle from Mount Olivet West, 7150 Rolling Acres Road, Victoria, MN, arrive between 5:30pm and 7pm (shuttle runs continuously until 9pm).

While our cars are tucked away for the winter, invite a friend and come “talk cars” at this fun gathering at WARREN HERREID’S AMAZING GARAGE COMPLEX. Enjoy delicious food, interesting displays, devotions, and a replica of the BATMOBILE! $8 in advance (nonrefundable, must be paid by 2/14 $10 adult & $5 for youth 18 and under. Proceeds benefit Mount Olivet ministries)

Mount Olivet Conference & Retreat Center
Women's Weekend 1/29-1/31
Just like a decluttered house brings a sense of order and calm, a decluttered soul can open up mental, emotional, and spiritual space. What clutters the soul? It can be too much “stuff”—so much that simply keeping it organized and under control robs you of the energy and time you need to just “be.”  All are welcome—members and non-members alike!
Deepening Your Spiritual Roots 2/26-2/28
What does the phrase “spiritual practice” mean to you?  What practices connect you to God in this chapter of your life?  What habits might you want to release in order to make space to receive God?

From Mount Olivet to the Mount of Olives: A Musical Pilgrimage to the Holy Land Sun 1/31 12noon, West Campus Sanctuary. At the invitation of the Holy Land Franciscans, Mount Olivet organist KRAIG WINDSCHITL spent the summer of 2015 as Musical Artist in Residence at the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, Israel. is new musical residency, created by the Superior General / Custos of the Holy Land, gives a visiting organist access to the three pipe organs of the great Basilica. Kraig is the first American to be granted permission to record these pipe organs, the blessed result of which is a CD, “Sounds from the Sepulchre,” which will be available for purchase at this event. Come hear the sights and sounds of this unique pilgrimage as Kraig shares his experiences – religious and musical!