Affiliated Outreach

Serving the greater Twin Cities area with six outreach ministries.

Mount Olivet is More Than a Church

Under the visionary leadership of the Rev. Reuben Youngdahl, who came to Mount Olivet in 1938, the congregation expanded its reach and influence through the creation of a variety of affiliated ministries designed to reach more deeply into the community and offer its members greater opportunity for Christian growth and nurture.

Mount Olivet Careview Home & Mount Olivet Home

Mount Olivet Home Careview Home is a licensed, skilled-care nursing facility that serves 153 residents needing 24-hour-a-day nursing. Mount Olivet Homes is a licensed, board and care facility, providing care for 94 individuals living in private rooms. Volunteer opportunities here vary from one-on-one companionship, chapel escorts, Gift Shop volunteer, musicians, manicurists, vendor escorts (driving to doctor appointments) or outing Assistants.Mount Olivet Careview Home

To learn more about Mount Olivet Carview Home & Mount Olivet Home, please visit their website.

Mount Olivet Day Services

Mount Olivet Day Services provides a unique opportunity for intergenerational interaction in a nurturing and secure environment. Mount Olivet Day Services is housed in a state-of-the art facility designed to provide integrated and separate quality adult and child day care. Volunteer opportunities vary from classroom assistant, musicians, computer aide, outing escort and pet therapy assistant.

To learn more about Mount Olivet Day Services, please visit their website.

Cathedral of the Pines

Cathedral of the Pines serves children and young people by enhancing their spiritual and emotional development through summer camp experiences. Each year over 2000 people are touched by this ministry. You can be part of this camp experience at Lake Caribou by cooking for the campers or providing medical assistance to campers during one of the beloved sessions at COP.

To learn more about Cathedral of the Pines, click here.

Mount Olivet Conference & Retreat Center

Mount Olivet Conference & Retreat Center is a place where people of all ages can discover God in a unique and peaceful setting. They offer day & weekend retreats, personal retreats, worship experiences and fellowship opportunities. Volunteers can use their musical skills to accompany groups by singing or playing musical instruments to enhance their worship experience. Spring & Fall Volunteer Day gives you an opportunity to beautify the Center grounds.

To learn more about Mount Olivet Conference & Retreat Center, please visit their website.

Mount Olivet Rolling Acres

Mount Olivet Rolling Acres serves people of all ages and backgrounds with mental and physical disabilities, offering long-term care, short-term crisis support, transitional and respite services. In addition to residents served through long-term care facilitate Mount Olivet Rolling Acres provides beds for short-term care and has 33 community homes. Volunteer opportunities range from assisting the staff with various tasks and activities to doing yard work, cooking at a home or making birthday cakes/cards to make the residents days special.

To learn more about Mount Olivet Rolling Acres, please visit their website.

Mount Olivet Homes' Auxiliary

The Mount Olivet Homes’ Auxiliary (MOHA) was organized by Pastor Reuben K. Youngdahl, September 14, 1960, soon after Mount Olivet Home opened. Dedicated to enriching the lives of children, residents and people with developmental and other disabilities, Auxiliary members volunteer their time and demonstrate their love and support for the people served by Mount Olivet Day Services, Mount Olivet Home, Mount Careview Home and Mount Olivet Rolling Acres.

Over the years, the Mount Olivet Homes’ Auxiliary has raised funds through annual events like the Fall Fest, Spring Garage Sale, Butter Braid sales, and the Annual Gala. In addition, they operate the Mount Olivet Careview Home gift shop and throw monthly birthday parties for the residents of the home. Annually, proceeds are equally divided among the four organizations. Throughout their 50-year history, the Mount Olivet Homes’ Auxiliary has raised nearly $1 million!

To become a member or supporter of the Mount Olivet Homes’ Auxiliary, please contact Laurie Hancer at 612.767.2267 or by email.