Richie Hall Speaks at Lutheran Laymenís League Fundraising Supper
5 years | April 22, 2013
Saskatchewan Roughriders Defensive Coordinator Richie Hall in Support of Fair Booth Ministry
Mount Olive Lutheran Church Hosted the Lutheran Layman’s League annual Fair Booth Ministries Fundraiser, Sunday April 21st. An excellent supper of pork tenderloin was made by members of the
Facility Update! Ramp Access Sign!
5 years | April 20, 2013
New Access Ramp Sign
Great news! The new No Parking sign to post by the Mount Olive Access Ramp is ready! Now we just need a little bit of a warmer day to put the post in and set up the sign. Special thanks to the Board of Church Properties for having the sign made. This should make things
Sewing Bee For Children in Need
5 years | April 13, 2013
Pillow Case Dresses
Women from, and friends of the, Mount Olive's Lutheran Women’s Missionary League-Canada Society were busy Saturday Morning sewing cute little dresses out of the pillowcases that have recently been donated to the church. The finished dresses will be sent to
Church welcomes Halloween guests
7 years | October 31, 2010
by C.D. Pelzer
On an evening when children and parents prowl Regina’s neighbourhoods seeking treats, a north-end church is marking an historical date by inviting everyone to visit.
October 31, 2010 marks the 493rd anniversary of the Protestant Reformation as measured from the date
A very special confirmation and welcome
7 years | September 21, 2010
(l-r): Angelina Patterson, Rev. Ted Giese, Nathan Hubick, Rev. Terry Defoe
Confirmation - Nathan Hubick and Angelina Patterson became members of Mount Olive Lutheran Church through the Rite of Confirmation, Sunday, January 10. Nathan and Angelina took a series of classes with
Regina police welcome Lutheran Church-Canada chaplain
7 years | September 17, 2010
REGINA– Rev. D. J. Kim joined the Regina Police Services as a chaplain Sunday, May 30, in a service at Mount Olive Lutheran Church.
Pastor Ted Giese conducted the liturgy, hymns, lessons and prayers, focusing on the servants our Lord has placed among us—police and
Incorporate Lutherís Small Catechism into your daily lives
8 years | November 2, 2009
REGINA — Individuals wanting to learn how to apply Luther’s Small Catechism to their daily lives can attend a series of lectures in Regina, Sask., November 13 and 14.
Dr. Ed Kettner, a professor of systematic theology at Concordia Lutheran Seminary in Edmonton, will kick off