Questions? Contact Carol Throntveit at carol@mtolivet.org or 612.767.2246.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Aug
02
August 02
Wednesday 5:00 PM
Martin Luther believed that in contemplating creation we learn much about the nature of God. From the first acts of creation to our new creation in Christ, we discover a continually creating, renewing, and sustaining God--unbound by laws of nature and boundless in love.

Join us Wednesday, August 2 at the Conference & Retreat Center for worship of our Creator God, led by Pastor Linton Scott. Our Camp SOAP campers will provide assistance and special music. Enjoy an outstanding dinner featuring BBQ Ribs, Macaroni and Cheese, Sweet Corn, Potato Salad, Cornbread with Honey Butter and Peach Crisp with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream. Naturalist Dan Kahl's nature class that evening will show us the Birds of Nicaragua. Please see our website or call the Conference & Retreat Center for more details and reservations.

Please note: This summer there will be complimentary bust transportation from MOLC Minneapolis, 7500 York and MOLC West Campus.

4:30pm Bus leaves 7500 York and West
5:00pm Bus leaves MOLC Mpls campus
5:30-6:30pm Dinner is served
6:30-7:00pm Nature Class
7:15pm Worship
8:00pm Bus returns to Edina/Mpls/West

The cost is $15.00 for adults for dinner, $5.00 for children (3-13 yrs old). Bus transportation from all three locations is complimentary Reservations are required for dinner and transportation.

Conference and Retreat Center ,
http://mtolivetretreat.org/programs/midweek-worship
Aug
09
August 09
Wednesday 5:00 PM
Martin Luther believed that in contemplating creation we learn much about the nature of God. From the first acts of creation to our new creation in Christ, we discover a continually creating, renewing, and sustaining God--unbound by laws of nature and boundless in love.

Join us Wednesday, August 9 at the Conference & Retreat Center for our final Midweek Worship of 2017 led by Pastor Mike Zacher, with special music by Brian Ohnsorg. As always, our dinner will celebrate you and our gratitude for your presence this summer with Thanksgiving dinner! Enjoy Roasted Turkey Breast, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Garlic Roasted Green Beans, Cranberry Relish and Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Cream. Naturalist Dan Kahl's nature class that evening will be a tour of our organic vegetable and orchard garden. Please see our website or call the Conference & Retreat Center for more details and reservations.

Please note: This summer there will be complimentary bust transportation from MOLC Minneapolis, 7500 York and MOLC West Campus.

4:30pm Bus leaves 7500 York and West
5:00pm Bus leaves MOLC Mpls campus
5:30-6:30pm Dinner is served
6:30-7:00pm Nature Class
7:15pm Worship
8:00pm Bus returns to Edina/Mpls/West

The cost is $15.00 for adults for dinner, $5.00 for children (3-13 yrs old). Bus transportation from all three locations is complimentary Reservations are required for dinner and transportation.

Conference and Retreat Center ,
http://mtolivetretreat.org/programs/midweek-worship
Dec
01
December 01
Friday 3:00 PM
Minneapolis: Fellowship Hall- Minneapolis
Jun
20
June 20
Wednesday 5:00 PM
Martin Luther believed that in contemplating creation we learn much about the nature of God. From the first acts of creation to our new creation in Christ, we discover a continually creating, renewing, and sustaining God--unbound by laws of nature and boundless in love.

Join us Wednesday, July 19 at the Conference & Retreat Center for worship of our Creator God, led by Pastor Bill MacLean. Enjoy an outstanding dinner featuring Grilled Steak Skewers with Chimichurri, Jeweled Cous Cous, Seasonal Vegetables and Amaretto Fruit in the Cloud Dessert. Naturalist Dan Kahl's nature class that evening will explore Animal Architects - master builders in the animal world. Please see our website or call the Conference & Retreat Center for more details and reservations.

Please note: This summer there will be complimentary bust transportation from MOLC Minneapolis, 7500 York and MOLC West Campus.

4:30pm Bus leaves 7500 York and West
5:00pm Bus leaves MOLC Mpls campus
5:30-6:30pm Dinner is served
6:30-7:00pm Nature Class
7:15pm Worship
8:00pm Bus returns to Edina/Mpls/West

The cost is $15.00 for adults for dinner, $5.00 for children (3-13 yrs old). Bus transportation from all three locations is complimentary Reservations are required for dinner and transportation.

Conference and Retreat Center ,
http://mtolivetretreat.org/programs/midweek-worship
Jun
27
June 27
Wednesday 5:00 PM
Martin Luther believed that in contemplating creation we learn much about the nature of God. From the first acts of creation to our new creation in Christ, we discover a continually creating, renewing, and sustaining God--unbound by laws of nature and boundless in love.

Join us Wednesday, July 19 at the Conference & Retreat Center for worship of our Creator God, led by Pastor Bill MacLean. Enjoy an outstanding dinner featuring Grilled Steak Skewers with Chimichurri, Jeweled Cous Cous, Seasonal Vegetables and Amaretto Fruit in the Cloud Dessert. Naturalist Dan Kahl's nature class that evening will explore Animal Architects - master builders in the animal world. Please see our website or call the Conference & Retreat Center for more details and reservations.

Please note: This summer there will be complimentary bust transportation from MOLC Minneapolis, 7500 York and MOLC West Campus.

4:30pm Bus leaves 7500 York and West
5:00pm Bus leaves MOLC Mpls campus
5:30-6:30pm Dinner is served
6:30-7:00pm Nature Class
7:15pm Worship
8:00pm Bus returns to Edina/Mpls/West

The cost is $15.00 for adults for dinner, $5.00 for children (3-13 yrs old). Bus transportation from all three locations is complimentary Reservations are required for dinner and transportation.

Conference and Retreat Center ,
http://mtolivetretreat.org/programs/midweek-worship
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thrivent Financial Art Collection – Reformation Art Exhibit

MPLS Fellowship Hall, Oct 15, 2017, 5:30-7pm

Joanna Lindell, curator of the Thrivent Art Gallery, will guide us through the Reformation’s impact on culture and art with an insightful look at key pieces in Thrivent’s collection. Enjoy an evening of fellowship, dining, and expanding your awareness of the Reformation Era.

This Thrivent art exhibit is scheduled to run Sep through Dec 2017. For more location and hours visit www.thrivent.com

 

Luther Seminary Reformation Festival

October 27-28, various times and locations

Luther Seminary will host a Reformation Festival featuring speakers and workshops addressing key Reformation themes in theology and music.

Attend a performance on Friday evening by the National Lutheran Choir of "Holy Spirit Mass," a new choral work commissioned for the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, at Ted Mann Concert Hall in Minneapolis. Norwegian composer Kim André Arnesen has been commissioned to write this significant new work.

On Saturday afternoon, the festival will conclude with a worship service at Central Lutheran Church in Minneapolis. Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton will preach and local church choirs will sing.

Register now for this historic celebration!

 

Minnesota Orchestra – New Reformation Symphony

In 1830, Felix Mendelssohn composed the Reformation Symphony to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the Augsburg Confession. Now a “New Reformation Symphony” has been commissioned to honor the 500th anniversary of Luther posting the 95 Theses.

The Minnesota Orchestra will  premiere this New Reformation Symphony November 3-5.  The performance will feature Mendelssohn's Reformation Symphony during the first half, followed by the new Reformation Symphony by Sebastian Currier in the second half of the concert.  You don't want to miss this special musical event!

Visit www.minnesotaorchestra.org  for more information.