9 am: Traditional
10:45 am: Contemporary
6pm: Casual Contemporary
We have entered the season of Epiphany where we'll explore what the light reveals in and around us. See the upcoming worship and speaker schedule.
our worship services
All are welcome to attend any of our worship services. A more traditional liturgy is offered at 9am on Sunday mornings while contemporary services are held Sundays at 10:45am and Wednesday at 6pm.
what we're about
Faith is a journey. Mount Olivet is a place where we can bechurch and becommunity together as we find our place in God's unfolding story.
Connecting in community is part of our mission - find out how you can jump in or learn more about ways to get involved.
UPCOMING EVENTS AT MOUNT OLIVET
The Mount Olivet Parents Connect group's monthly get-together. This month is tacos which will be provided - bring a side dish to share! There will be toys and play dough for the little ones, and fun games for the older ones.
All are invited to join the fun, sharing stories, ideas, and food on the third Saturday of each month. Come learn some stamping techniques and ideas, and plan to work on personal projects as well as those for outreach into the community. For more information, contact Lori Hothan: 952-368-0559
Principal Frederico Rowe and Pam Hancy, Community Engagement and Academic Volunteer Coordinator at Northport Elementary will join us to share impact of KidPack.
The Book Ends is a book club for men and women who want reading and discussion revolving around social justice issues.
Book Club is celebrating their 20th anniversary and 181st book by inviting author Stacy Monson to come and discuss her book, Shattered Image.
Faith Formation opportunity for both adults and youth to learn about the impact of stress on their health, and how to build resiliency with life's challenges.
Dan Gregory, PRISM's Community Engagement Manager, joins us for worship and MO Talk.
Baptism Class - A required class that will share more about the milestone of Baptism in the Lutheran Church. For parents of infants, youth, or adults interested in baptism.
The movie "The Mask You Live In” will guide the discussion on societal impacts of how masculinity is formed in young men and how that informs relationships.
Every year we collect donations on Super Bowl Sunday to support PRISM through the "Souper Bowl" of Caring initiative.