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

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Apr
17
April 17
Monday 7:00 PM
All Christians have a calling in life, but what does this really mean? Using the life of Martin Luther and led by Reformation scholar Dr. Mark Tranvik, Augsburg College, we will look at how he understood vocation and see how his insights can be appplied to our own walk of faith. Register: www.mtolivet.org or carolt@mtolivet.org
West: CFL Activity Room
Apr
24
April 24
Monday 7:00 PM
All Christians have a calling in life, but what does this really mean? Using the life of Martin Luther and led by Reformation scholar Dr. Mark Tranvik, Augsburg College, we will look at how he understood vocation and see how his insights can be appplied to our own walk of faith. Register: www.mtolivet.org or carolt@mtolivet.org
West: CFL Activity Room
Jun
21
June 21
Wednesday 5:00 PM
In contemplating creation, Luther believed, 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 this summer at the Retreat Center for worship of our Creator God, led by each of our Mount Olivet pastors. Each evening includes an outstanding meal and a fascinating nature class as well. Please see our website or call the Retreat Center for details and reservations.

4:30pm Bus leaves 7500 York
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

The cost is $10.00 for adults for dinner, $5.00 for children (3-13 yrs old), and $5.00 for bus transportation.

Conference and Retreat Center ,
http://mtolivetretreat.org/programs/midweek-worship
Jun
28
June 28
Wednesday 5:00 PM
In contemplating creation, Luther believed, 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 this summer at the Retreat Center for worship of our Creator God, led by each of our Mount Olivet pastors. Each evening includes an outstanding meal and a fascinating nature class as well. Please see our website or call the Retreat Center for details and reservations.

4:30pm Bus leaves 7500 York
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

The cost is $10.00 for adults for dinner, $5.00 for children (3-13 yrs old), and $5.00 for bus transportation.

Conference and Retreat Center ,
http://mtolivetretreat.org/programs/midweek-worship
Jul
04
July 04
Tuesday 11:00 AM
In contemplating creation, Luther believed, 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 this summer at the Retreat Center for worship of our Creator God, led by each of our Mount Olivet pastors. Each evening includes an outstanding meal and a fascinating nature class as well. Please see our website or call the Retreat Center for details and reservations.

11:00am Bus leaves 7500 York
11:30am Bus leaves MOLC Mpls campus
Noon-1:00pm Lunch is served
1:00-1:30pm Nature Class
1:45pm Worship
2:30pm Bus returns to Edina/Mpls

The cost is $10.00 for adults for dinner, $5.00 for children (3-13 yrs old), and $5.00 for bus transportation.

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

 Travel Abroad

July 18-26, 2017

Journey with Mount Olivet friends as we embark on a "Lutheran Heritage and Reformation Germany Trip."  Pastor Hammersten will guide this tour of the historic Lutheran sites of Germany.  Visit the Travel Abroad page for more information.

 

Reformation 500 Celebration

Sun Oct 8, 2017, 6pm, MPLS Sanctuary

Dr. Martin Lorhmann, guest speaker and Wartburg Seminary Professor, will commemorate the October 2017 anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther’s posting of the 95 Theses on the Wittenburg “Castle Church” door with an exploration of Luther’s classic question: “What does this mean?” 

 

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