Youth Programs and Ministry - 9th-12 Grade

Mount Olivet Church offers a variety of programs for children and youth of all ages.  If you have questions regarding youth ministry, please contact a member of the youth ministry team or call the church office at 612.926.7651 for additional information regarding programs at either of our campus locations.


Events are held weekly throughout the school year.  Social activities include dances, hay rides, game nights, etc.  Educational activities include speakers, credit nights for C.O.P. counseling and workstaffing, and small group discussions.  Every event ends with devotions, including quiet time for open prayer.  All 9th-12th graders are welcome!

Click here for Hi-League page and contact information.

Table Talks

Table Talks is a collection of small groups of 9th-12th graders that are paired up with adult leaders in the Mount Olivet community. They meet monthly at church to share a meal and listen to a devotional led by a prominent figure in the community. They are then given time to discuss, learn, and engage with each other in a small and comfortable environment. Table Talks is a great opportunity to cultivate personal connections within the larger Hi-League setting.

MPLS Campus contact Chase Claflin (612.767.2279 ) 

WEST Campus contact Jeff Larson  (952.767.1581)

Cathedral Choir

With numerous high schools represented and many active members, Cathedral Choir offers one of the most unique service opportunities for this age group.  Throughout the school year, choir members gather regularly Wednesday evenings for rehearsals and Sunday mornings to sing in church.  This outstanding choir provides excellent experiences for musical and spiritual growth as well as a regular opportunity for service.

Click here for Cathedral Choir Minneapolis Webpage
Click here for Cathedral Choir West Webpage

Service Projects

Circle of Friends - Contact Annie Moynihan

MO United - Contact Jeff Larson

Hands and Feet - Contact Chase Claflin

MO Hoops 

MO Hoops is a basketball program that allows high school students who aren’t participating in a school league to play in a fun, competitive, and faith-based basketball league. Games are held on Sunday afternoons against other local churches. The season will run from late January to early April.

Contact Chase Claflin (612.767.2279 )