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Sunday Mornings

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


10:30 a.m.    Bible Study on Zoom
7:00 p.m.     Bell Choir Rehearsal

Wednesday Nights

5:30 p.m.      Dinner*
6:30 p.m.      Programs for all ages*
6:30 p.m.      Adult Ed on Zoom
7:30 p.m.      Choir Rehearsal
*on hold during the pandemic


Coffee Concerts by St Paul Conservatory of Music

Coffee Concert Here at Olivet: The Paperclips Trombone Quartet

Produced by The Saint Paul Conservatory of Music

Wednesday, December 7, 2022

12:00 PM 1:00 PM

Join us for a Coffee Concert featuring SPCM faculty member Lauren Husting and her trombone quartet members Chris Allen, Brooklynne Audette, and Ben Bussey.

Since 2003, the Coffee Concert series has provided a dynamic noontime concerts that offer high-caliber performances to Saint Paul audiences.

All performances are at noon and are FREE to the public.

For more information about the coffee hour concerts and The Saint Paul Conservatory of Music, please visit their website:

La Grande Bande’s Concert

Friday, November 11

String Quartets by Haydn, Brunetti, and Charles Villiers Stanford played on gut strings

6:30 p.m. Pre-concert talk

7:30 p.m. Concert



$20 (in advance)

$25 (at the door)

$10 (students with ID)

Nothing is more synonymous with chamber music than the string quartet. Once used as a compositional training tool for young composers in the classical era, the string quartet became an avenue in which composers of all ages could experiment with new techniques or show off their musical achievements. From Mozart, to Haydn, to Elgar, composers across generations and countries found themselves a home in the genre famous for its pair of violins, viola, and violoncello serenading both players and listeners.

In this concert, La Grande Bande’s quartet of string players will perform selections by Austrian composer Josef Haydn, Italian-born and Spanish-employed Gaetano Brunetti, and English composer Sir Hubert Parry. Join us for an exciting and intimate evening of quartets written between 1774 (Brunetti) and 1878 (Parry) in two beautiful and historic venues.

For more information, please visit  or 507-237-6539.





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