Mt Olivet is very focused on mission work – expressing God’s love with people through our conversation and our actions.
We have groups for all ages where participants learn about mission work. They get to know and pray for missionaries by name. Participants also are involved in “hands-on” mission projects.
Children’s Missions Education Groups
Youth Missions Education Opportunities
Adult Missions Education Groups
Learn How You Can Be Involved in Ongoing Mission Projects at the Church
Recent Mission Trips
We have 3 age-appropriate groups for children that meet on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 where they learn about missionaries and the work that they do.
* Mission Friends is a group for Preschoolers (Age 3 – Kindergarten).
* GA’s (Girls in Action) is a group for girls (Grade 1-5).
* RA’s (Royal Ambassadors) is a group for boys (Grade 1-5).
Youth (Grades 6-12) meet on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 in Room 200. Periodically, the youth will focus on the work of state, national, and international missionaries during their Wednesday evening fellowship & Bible study.
Ruth Evening Circle, led by Janice Igou, is for adult women. This group meets once a month, typically the fourth Monday evening each month. It meets at 6:15 for dinner and the meeting starts at 7 p.m. The group focuses on prayer for missions and learning about missions around the world and locally. The group is very involved in local, national, and international mission work. Upcoming projects include: care packages for deployed soldiers; hygiene/stationary packages for Fluvanna Correctional Center; Operation Christmas Child; volunteering at the Pregnancy Resource Center’s Annual Gala.
Carrie Rose Ellen Circle, led by Anne Williamson, is for adult women. This group meets once a month, typically the fourth Tuesday morning at 10:30 a.m. This group focuses on prayer for missions and local mission projects and outreach. Projects include: visiting local nursing homes; baking cookies for Raceway Ministries; volunteering at Mt. Olivet Clothesline; various knitting and sewing projects.
MyMission, led by Missy Stanley, is a combination Bible study, prayer support, and hands-on missions work, geared at college aged young women through moms of young children. Projects include: volunteering at WHEAT pantry; assisting with Mt. Olivet Clothesline; Street Prayer Walking; baking cookies for Raceway Ministries; devotion and prayer meeting at Patrick Henry High School to pray for the new school year and students and teachers.
You may contribute to the Alma Hunt State Mission Offering during the month of September and October. All donations are sent to the Virginia Baptist Mission Board and Woman’s Missionary Union of Virginia to support mission projects throughout the state.
Our church goal is $3,000.
You may make your check payable to Mt Olivet Baptist Church and include “Alma Hunt” on the memo line of your check.
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WHEAT is an acronym for “Western Hanover Emergency Action Team”.
WHEAT assists neighbors in need in Western Hanover County by providing emotional, spiritual and physical support so that God’s children can thrive, succeed and love others.
Items needed for the WHEAT pantry: peanut butter, jelly, meats in a can, boxed macaroni and cheese, and pouches of dried milk.
You may bring donated items to the church office at Mt Olivet Baptist Church.
Eat at Ruby Tuesday in Ashland, VA on ANY Sunday, show Mt Olivet’s Sunday bulletin, and Ruby Tuesday will donate 20% of your dining bill to the church for Operation Christmas Child.
805 ENGLAND ST, ASHLAND VA 23005
Janet Horton is seeking individuals who are interested in forming a team for 2014 to travel to Haiti for mission work.
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There is a group in Hanover County known as “We Are Unique” who is comprised of special needs young adults (including our own Brandon Germon), who is joining together for various outreach projects. The group would like to assist WHEAT (Western Hanover Emergency Action Team) by providing personal hygiene bags. The donation box, with a list of items needed, is located in the fellowship hall.
Members from Mt Olivet Baptist Church have gone to several places to help people in need this year.