"I would like to personally welcome you to the Mt. Olivet website. Our church is committed to the preaching of the Word of God as we diligently seek God’s guidance for each message to apply to your life.
We believe God is calling us to be a shining light in our community, and we are committed to making a difference in the lives of others. People have all sorts of challenges and we want you to know that God cares – and so do we. You are invited to come and be a part of what God is doing here at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church as we move forward, serving God in one spirit with one accord. Thanks for stopping by."
- Pastor Gary W. Hall
What are Sundays like?
Sundays at Mt. Olivet begin at 9:45 a.m. with Sunday School. There are classes for all age groups. If you're not sure where to go, just ask! Our greeters will be happy to point you in the right direction. Sunday Worship begins at 10:50 a. m. and includes a time of singing, announcements, offering, and a powerful message from Pastor Gary. Evening Worship begins at 6:00 p. m.
What should I wear?
There is no dress code at Mt. Olivet but modesty is a must. On Sunday morning, church leaders will be wearing suits, most men usually wear a pair of dress slacks and a button-up or polo shirt, and women usually wear a modest dress. Our main goal is that you feel welcome and comfortable worshiping at Mt. Olivet.
What is the Music like?
Mt. Olivet makes use of God-honoring music including hymns, choruses, and anthems. There is a variety of musical ensembles including the Adult Choir, the Children's Choir, trios, duets, soloists, and instrumentalists. If you enjoy music, you will enjoy Mt. Olivet.
Where do my Kids go?
There is a nursery available for children ages 3 and below. We encourage children of all other ages to join us in the sanctuary for Worship.
I'm not a baptist; can I still attend services at Mt. Olivet?
Anyone who seeks to know more about the Lord may attend our services. You do not need to be a Baptist or even come from a Baptist background; we make it easy for anyone wanting to know more about Christ, the Bible, and church by focusing our teaching and preaching solely on the Word of God. We are a friendly congregation and all we want is for you to worship with us.
What if I have a different Bible Translation?
Mt. Olivet uses the King James Version as a standard for teaching and preaching within the church. If you have a different translation, bring it anyway. Some messages are more difficult to follow without one.
Will I have to give to the offering
The offering is a time for members of Mt. Olivet (those who call Mt. Olivet home) to give back to God for the blessings they have received from Him. If you want to give, please feel free but you will not be expected to.