“Missions” is very important in the life and work of Mt Olivet.
Once we have learned about the work of missionaries, we offer opportunities for you to be directly involved in the work that our missionaries do.
We believe that we must pray for our missionaries and their work. We also pray for the people with whom they are working.
Click here for information about Southern Baptist North American Missionaries
Click here for information about Southern Baptist International Missionaries
Click here for information about Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Missionaries
We believe that we must support our missionaries financially by contributing to the church budget with our regular offerings as well as to the special seasonal mission offerings.
We believe everyone should have the opportunity to get personally involved by volunteering with “hands-on” mission projects that are ongoing throughout the year.
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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Each year, Mt Olivet sponsors a clothing giveaway. This year’s “Clothesline” will be held on Saturday, August 23, from 9:00 a.m. – noon.
You may contribute clothing and household items in late July.
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
During the month of June, the Ruth Evening Circle is collecting soap and washcloths for the Operation Christmas Child Shoebox project. You may bring these items to Room 205 on the second floor of the Vaughan Building.
Janet Horton is seeking individuals who are interested in forming a team for 2014 to travel to Haiti for mission work.
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.