Music & The Arts

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Faith Formation

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Nurturing one another to develop lives marked by healing, wholeness, meaning and purpose.

The Olivet Community

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Caring for each other's spirits in the midst of daily struggles, doubts, hopes and celebrations.

Service and Advocacy

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Joining together with God's creating, redeeming and liberating spirit in the world.

Sunday Mornings

 9:00 a.m.    Sunday School*
10:00 a.m.   Worship*
11:15 a.m.       Coffee Hour
*Childcare available

Wednesday Nights

5:30 p.m.      Dinner
6:30 p.m.      Programs for all ages
7:35 p.m.       Choir Rehearsal

 

 

 

 

Hootenanny At Olivet Church, June 8, 2016: Free, Open To All!!

 

                       guitarist at hootenanny

                              

Dacotah Tipis Habitat for Humanity at Crow Creek Reservation

                  

                       Dacotah Tipis – Habitat for Humanity

                              

 

 

 

Love 60’s style folk music, protest songs, gospel music?  Then join friends and neighbors at Olivet Congregational Church, 1850 Iglehart Avenue, St. Paul, 55104, on Wednesday, June 8, at 6:45 p.m., for a sing-along, led by guitars and other assorted instruments of the era.  Songbooks and snacks provided, all ages and musical abilities welcome!  Handicapped access available at courtyard entrance along Dewey Street, one block west of Fairview.  Bell bottom pants, flowered dresses and mini-skirts optional!

 

 

 

 

Olivet Congregational church will again go to the Crow Creek Reservation for its annual build with Dacotah Tipis Habitat. We invite you to join us. The trip starts after worship on August 14 and continues through August 20. Work includes new construction, home repairs and other service projects beginning Monday and through Friday morning.

While we are there we participate in cross cultural experiences with these people, descendants of our first Minnesotans. They arrived here in 1863 after they were banned from Minnesota following their deadly internment below Fort Snelling. Our trip concludes with their annual Pow Wow, which draws people from Canada to Southern California.

We are housed in a comfortable visitor's center in Fort Thompson, SD. Fort Thompson is at the center of the reservation and part of the poorest county in the US.

To learn more about Dakota Tipis visit their web site at http://www.dacotahtipis.org/ and contact Philip Friedlund at isenb006@umn.edu for additional information. Please join us or choose another week for your group. You will find the experience life changing.