Sunday Service


Divine worship with the Lord's Supper
Fellowship immediately following the service with coffee and donuts. 

Sunday School & Adult Bible Class

beginning around 10:40am



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.


Holy Week Services    

Maundy Thursday                   Thursday, April 18th    6:30 pm

Good Friday Tenebrae             Friday, April 19th           6:30 pm

Easter Sunrise Service         Sunday, April 21st            6:30 am             

Easter Egg Hunt                     Sunday, April 21st            8:00 am

Easter Breakfast                     Sunday, April 21st            7:30-8:30 am

Easter Resurrection Service   Sunday, April 21st       9:00 am      

Holy Week office hours:

Tuesday and Wednesday 9:00 to 2:00 pm.

The office will be closed on Good Friday.     




Bible Studies at Mount Olive

Wednesday Morning Men’s Bible Study: 

Men gather at 6:30am for coffee as they continue to work their way through the Small Catechism. All men are invited to attend.


Wednesday Evening Bible Study and Responsive Prayer:

Join us as Pastor Nierman leads us through Luther’s Large Catechism. We begin in the sanctuary with Responsive Prayer and then move to the fellowship hall for Bible Study. There are copies of the Large Catechism available if you do not own the Book of Concord.


Friday Morning Ladies Bible Study:  

All ladies are welcome to join us for fellowship and Bible study beginning at 9:30am.  We are beginning a study on Timothy, Titus and Philemon.  Focusing on the vital importance of sound doctrine (that is, teaching), Paul writes to Timothy that the Gospel is essential to the church's life, for it gives the divine gift of faith even to blasphemers and persecutors and violent men. Yet the Law is also good, and it must be used properly. The church's faithful teaching of the pure Word of God-both Law and Gospel-must never become mixed with false teachings, because such falsehoods will only lead people away from the faith.


Sunday Morning Adult Bible Class:  

Sunday morning following fellowship time, Pastor takes a deeper look at the book of Hebrews.  Grab your coffee and a donut and stay for this time in the Word.