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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.  

Our Lutheran Service Book offers many different settings that may be used for worship services. During the summer months, we will be using the Service of Matins (pg. 219) on our non-communion Sundays.

Fellowship immediately following the service with coffee and donuts. 

 
Sunday School and
Adult Bible Class
10:45am

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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.
 

Summer Schedule for Mount Olive

 
  • Wednesday morning Men’s Bible Study will continue to meet at 6:30am.
  • Friday morning Women’s Bible Study will continue to meet at 9:00am. They will not meet June 24th due to Vacation Bible School.
  • Youth Confirmation, choir practice and Wednesday  Evening Bible Study will all take a summer break.  They will resume September 7th.  
  • Due to Vacation Bible School, Ladies Guild will meet on Tuesday, June 28th. They do not meet in July and August.
  • Chime Choir Practice on Sunday morning will resume September 11th
  • Youth Bible Study with Pizza will not meet during June, July and August. Look for new dates and times in September.
  • Office Hours may vary during the summer. Please check your weekly bulletin and your email notices to find out when the office will be open.

 

10:30 am: Fundamentals of Faith

Though Martin Luther was a learned doctor and preacher, he continually returned to the fundamentals of the Christian Faith, saying, “I cannot master the matter as I desire but must remain a child and pupil of the Catechism and am glad to remain one.” 

The Catechism is not just “kid’s stuff”.  It is good for us to return to the fundamentals just like Luther.  Though we have walked through them before, there is always a benefit in hearing these truths again, remembering things we have forgotten, and even learning something new along the way.  Join us for our Sunday morning Bible study as we walk through the Fundamentals of Faith.

 

 

 

 

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