Join us for our outdoor services!

We meet Sundays at Saint Anthony Village Central Park at 10 AM. Gatherings are limited to 75 people, and a safety waiver is required, so please let us know you plan on attending in advance. You can do so via RSVP on Facebook, or via email at Per our agreement with the city we ask that you plan to bring and wear a mask, practice social distancing and bring a chair or blanket to sit on. If you forget a mask, don’t worry as we have extras. We look forward to worshiping with you outside!

Prefer to worship online?

Sunday mornings we post our service video at 10 AM, followed by a live Q & A session at 11 AM on Facebook to discuss the message together. You can find our online morning service on YouTube or on our Facebook page. We also have an 8 PM online service on Facebook for anyone who cannot watch live in the morning but still want to watch and discuss the message together.

You can check out our newest video below!

Our Latest News

Volunteering w/ Community Emergency Services

Shelter In Place has changed the way we support our friends at Community Emergency Services. If you are still interested in helping them and have some time during the week, they will be holding daily packing and distribution of food in their parking lot for folks who still need help. If you’d like to volunteer, you can sign up at:

Fall Bonfire Events

As we move into the fall, we want to spend some time checking-in and having some fun around a bonfire! We will have a few different nights of bonfires throughout the fall. We can only host up to 15 people for each bonfire, so if you’re interested please RSVP on Facebook to make sure you have a spot! We will also be sending out the address a day before to all who RSVP. We hope to see you there!

With COVID-19 keeping us separate, our home groups (which meet every other week unless specified) have moved to meeting online. If you’re interested in plugging into one of these groups, email

Information on each group can be found below:

Weeknight:Studying:Leader(s):Meeting Times:
Wed.DanielPeter Pelto7:15 PM
Mon. (Sept.)
Tues. (Oct.-Dec.)
Pursuit of God by A. W. TozerRay and Wendy Hanson7 PM
Thurs. Check-ins & EncouragementJohn and Mary Connerton7 PM
Mon.EphesiansJeff and Katie Lindgren7:30 PM
Wed.All Things New by John EldredgeZach and Hannah Wilkinson; Jack and MaryBeth Johnson7 PM

How You Can Help

Join Our Team

Every church needs a core group of passionate, flexible people who feel that pioneering call from God to help begin an exciting new work. This group helps to put flesh on this exciting new mission and vision of God!


You can give at any of our Sunday gatherings or give safe and securely online HERE. We also have Venmo (@catalystcovenant) and text-to-give (text the $ amount to 84321)

Become a Member

Each season we hold a round of our 2-part membership class, Catalyst 101 & 102. If you are interested in becoming a member, let us know by sending us an email to

Our Leadership

Jeff Olson

Lead Pastor

Phyllis Tettey

Children’s Ministry Intern

Josiah Hagen

Pastoral Intern

Lisa Olson

Children’s Ministry Director

Sullivan Keehr

Director of Communications

Catalyst Leadership Team

Ginny Quie, Peter Pelto, Pastor Jeff Olson, Krista Johnson, Jack Johnson, and Dora Wagner
About Us

Our Vision

Catalyst strives to be a contagious community, focused on pursuing, proclaiming and demonstrating Christ and his love for the world.

Our Beliefs

Catalyst Covenant Church is a part of the Northwest Conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church.

The Evangelical Covenant Church is a vibrant, diverse and growing group of more than 825 churches whose work spans across more than 53 countries. Started in 1885 by Swedish immigrants, the Covenant has a passion for seeing people engage in a personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ, across more populations, in a more caring and just world.

The Covenant church has 6 affirmations that help define the views and ethos of the denomination:

  • We affirm the centrality of the word of God.
  • We affirm the necessity of the new birth.
  • We affirm a commitment to the whole mission of the church.
  • We affirm the church as a fellowship of believers.
  • We affirm a conscious dependence on the Holy Spirit.
  • We affirm the reality of freedom in Christ.

More on the affirmations can be found here. Additionally, this video from one of our denomination’s past presidents, Gary Walter, gives a great introduction to our larger church family. Our denominational website has additional resources and information as well.

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