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Together @ Mount Olivet and Mount Olivet CAREs

Together @ Mount Olivet is a webpage with worship services, devotions, videos and music, which serve as spiritual resources during this time of unrest. Mount Olivet CAREs is a webpage with information about Mount Olivet's commitment to Advancing Racial Equity. CAREs includes our commitment statement, action steps, resources and Pastoral responses. Please click below to visit these webpages.

Together @ Mount OlivetMount Olivet CAREs

August 2 - Sunday Worship

Welcome – Pastor David Lose, Senior Pastor

Liturgist – Pastor William MacLean

Preaching Pastor – Pastor Monica Hammersten

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Listen to the August 2, 2020, Faith Alive program featuring Pastor Terry Morehouse

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MOUNT OLIVET’S COMMITMENT TO RACIAL EQUITY, JUSTICE, AND RECONCILIATION - Rooted in God’s love for the whole world made manifest in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, Mount Olivet Lutheran Church commits itself to promoting equality among all people, opposing racism in all its forms, working for the healing and health of our community, examining our own practices so they better align with Jesus’ vision for the world, and building relationships of trust and solidarity with people in and beyond our congregation so that we may grow together into the people God desires us to be. - Forward Together is a document that shares a four-phased approach to moving through this pandemic toward more normal operations. You will notice immediately that there are no fixed dates to the various phases, but rather community health markers that will guide our decisions.

Statement of Commitments Forward Together

Update On In-Person Worship and Gatherings

At this point, Mount Olivet continues to suspend in-person worship services through the end of August.

Worship Services & Locations: In-Person Worship Suspended due to COVID 19

Minneapolis Campus

Sunday Morning: 9, 10, 11am & 12noon

Sunday Communion: 8:30am and following the last service

Wednesday: First Wednesday of each month at 11am

5025 Knox Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55419


West Campus

Sunday Morning: 9, 10 & 11am

Sunday Communion: 8:30am and following the last service

7150 Rolling Acres Road
Victoria, MN 55386



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