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Welcome to Mount Olive Lutheran Church!null

Mount Olive is a confessional Lutheran congregation of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod.  We are not ashamed of our Lutheran faith, which centers all that we believe and do squarely on Christ and Him crucified for us.  Because the LORD is present for us in Word and Sacrament, we conduct worship reverently, using the best liturgical traditions of the historic Christian Church which boldly proclaim this Gospel faith.  Our congregation regularly uses services, rites and hymns from the Lutheran Service Book.  At Mount Olive, we preach Law and Gospel, we teach the Bible, and we serve our neighbor locally, regionally, and around the world.

Sunday Service: 9:00am

Divine worship is held each Sunday and the Lord's Supper is celebrated on the first and third Sunday of each month.  Fellowship immediately following the service with coffee and donuts. 

Sunday School and Adult Bible Class:10:45am

Holy Week Schedule

 
April 2nd          6:00pm    Maundy Thursday Service w/ Holy Communion
 
April 3rd           4:30pm and 7:00pm    Good Friday Services        
 
April 5th           6:30am           Easter Sunrise Service w/ Holy Communion        
                       7:30-8:30am   Breakfast                             
           9:00am           Easter Service  w/ Holy Communion
                       10:30am         Children’s Egg Hunt  
 
 

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CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR CAMP DISCOVERY VBS HELD JUNE 15-19!

 

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CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE YOUR PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY SESSION

FOR OUR NEW CHURCH DIRECTORY

Watch the bulletin and the newsletter for all the details about our new photo directory. 

 

 

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Six Things Every Lutheran Should Know

 The season of Lent historically has been a time of disciplined learning and preparation, often with an emphasis on catechetical instruction.  In the early church, the forty days of Lent was a time of catechesis for those preparing for baptism on Easter Day.  During this season of Lent we will be meditating on the six chief part of Luther’s Small Catechism.  These fundamentals of our faith are good to return to and meditate on, for in the Catechism we find the whole summary of Scripture.  Even Luther was never “done with” the catechism.  He encouraged all Christians to return to it and recite it daily.

Catechism resources will be available as we are encouraged to memorize the six chief parts of the Catechism.  We will also be singing one of Luther’s catechetical hymns each week. Join us!

February 25th 4:30/7:00pm

The Ten Commandments

March 4th 4:30/7:00pm

The Apostle’s Creed

March 11th 4:30/7:00pm

The Lord’s Prayer

March 18th 4:30/7:00pm

Baptism

March 25th 4:30/7:00pm

Confession

April 2nd – Maundy Thursday 6:00pm

Lord’s Supper

 

In The News

Maggie Karner's most recent  Op Ed regarding state laws allowing physician  assisted suicide. 

Erin Burnett of CNN interviews Maggie Karner regarding  Brittany Manyard's death.

An open letter to Brittany Maynard from Maggie Karner, who also has glioblastoma multiforme brain cancer.

Click here to read  “Brain Cancer Will Likely Kill Me. But There’s No Way I’ll Kill Myself.” written by Maggie Karner, Director of LCMS Life Ministries.