Jan. 16 Worship Bulletin

Pastor Glenn’s Weekly Devotions

Past devotions are available here.

Upcoming Concert at Mount Olive

Thursday, January 20, 7:00 pm
Lyra Chamber Concert, “Joy Reimagined”- Members of Lyra with guest Chloe Fedor present a string quartet concert featuring Franz Joseph Haydn’s radiant String Quartet in C Major, Op. 20, No. 2, and works by Saint-George and Brunetti. Click here for the ticket purchase link or go to www.lyrabaroque.org. The audience will be required to wear a mask for the concert.

Annual Congregational Meeting is January 30

Mount Olive will hold its Annual Congregational Meeting on January 30 at 10:10 am in the Sanctuary. This important meeting will feature updates from staff and ministry teams, discussion of the 2022 budget, constitutional issues, elections, and a review and a look forward by Pastor Glenn. All voting members are encouraged to attend. Annual reports will be available to pick up in the church office beginning January 23, or you may request a digital version by signing up in the office or contact Nancy in the .

Olive Branch Happenings

Mount Olive’s Welcome Statement

“We trust that God calls Mount Olive Lutheran Church to a ministry of reconciliation. We embrace as a gift the diversity of our neighborhood and the world, and we extend God’s hospitality by welcoming, hearing, and treasuring:

All gender identities and sexual orientations All races and ethnicities All ages and abilities
All economic statuses and education levels All faith journeys and personal histories

As Christ welcomes all, we too welcome the full inclusion of all people into the life, ministry, and sacraments of Mount Olive, joining in a journey toward greater love, understanding, and mutual respect.”

We are also an unapologetically Lutheran community of faith. This means:

      • Our theology is centered in the life and death of Jesus Christ.
      • We are part of a long line of historic churches which celebrate infant baptism and weekly Holy Communion.
      • The Word of God is the norm and basis for our life together.

We are also part of one particular group of Lutherans – the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Through this group we are networked with thousands of other congregations, mission sites, social service agencies, and educational institutions that live out the faith of Jesus Christ in similar ways.

We believe Christ calls each person to some kind of ministry. We also believe that our lives are enriched when we do ministry together. You are welcome to explore your calling in this community of God’s people.