Our Music Ministry
Mount Olive is blessed to have wonderful music as part of our worship experience. Music is an important element of the worship experience whether it’s our talented choir, special guest music or congregational song.
Preludes and postludes played in the Divine Service are often chosen from a variety of classical composers such as Bach, Buxtehude, Pachelbel and Handel. Many hymn improvisations and variations are played from among such 20th century composers as John Behnke, Paul Levitt, Paul Manz, Flor Peters and Jan Bender.
Karen also directs the Mount Olive Hand Bell Choir and the Sunday school Christmas program.
Lift your voice in song! Learn more about joining our choir; contact the church office.
At the time of our church dedication in September 2002, Mount Olive was presented with a new organ to the glory of God: The Johannes Opus 30. It includes 38 voices-American Classic; 38 voices-Baroque, 4 amplifiers, 3 manual, 15 toe studs. Capture: 320 memories with 24 bit sound quality.