Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved with the St. Olaf College Student Congregation. Worship at Boe Memorial Chapel, engage in a learning opportunity, enjoy a community meal or participate in “The Big Three” events – our fall film series; January’s BIG READ, and a spring service project.


  • Lunchtime Bible Study

Read and discuss a biblical text every Monday from Noon to 12:45 PM in Buntrock Commons 221.

  • Book Discussion Group

A weekly book group. No tests or papers, just thoughtful interaction. Beginning on October 5, we will meet every Wednesday in October at 7 PM in the College Ministry Office. Our fall book is Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh. You may purchase a copy of the book for $5 in our office.

Community Meals

  • “Breakfast Before Boe”

A simple breakfast at 10 AM in The Undercroft (lower level of Boe Memorial Chapel) held on the first and third Sunday of the month.

“The Big Three”

  • Fall Film Series

The Fall Film Series for 2016 will be held one Thursday a month in The Undercroft. Movies will start at 7 PM with a discussion following. Popcorn is provided!

                        September 29 – Dear White People 
                                                         (discussion topics to include race and college life, identity, conflict and community)
                        October 27 – The Overnighters
                                                         (discussion topics to include service and disservice, vocation, work and family)
                        November 17 – Kissing Jessica Stein

                                                         (discussion topics to include love, relationships, the joy and confusion of dating)

  • January’s BIG READ

During the month of January, the College Ministry team invites students, faculty, and staff to read a common book. There are opportunities to discuss the book throughout the month.

  • Spring Service Project

The St. Olaf College Student Congregation will organize a spring service project for 2017. We will plan the project in the fall and engage in service during Semester II. Details will be provided here as they become available.