Welcome to Mount Olive Lutheran Church
We warmly invite you to worship with us and join our walk with God.
Are you looking for a church home? Our heartfelt desire is to embrace all people in the love of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. “Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.” (John 13:34-35)
The Mt. Olive congregation is made up of people who live throughout the greater Columbia area and the Midlands. Folks travel from as far as Lexington, Newberry, Elgin, and Orangeburg to worship each Sunday.
Visit us for worship this Saturday or Sunday and experience a service that focuses on worshiping the Triune God with the traditional liturgy of the Church, inspirational hymns, and Holy Communion.
Our mission is to grow in faith and love
by spreading the Word
of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
WELCOME TO MT. OLIVE’S 2017 BIBLE READING PROJECT
The 2016 LCMS National Convention passed a resolution that calls for all church members to commit to reading the entire Bible during 2017, the year of the 500th Celebration of the Reformation. The Mt. Olive congregation has joined in this effort.
This link will provide a daily reading schedule, a Psalm for the day, as well as a video to enhance the daily reading. This project provides the opportunity to dig deeply into God’s Word. Please consider jotting down inspirations you receive from your study as well as something new you learned from that chapter. Let’s imagine that we are all holding hands to offer each other encouragement and love as we as individuals daily read the same words together as a church family.
Reformation Walk Festival
October 29, 2017 – 1:00-4:00 PM
The community is invited to join us as we travel back 500 years in one day! At the Reformation Walk, you will experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of life during the time of Martin Luther. The event is designed for people of all ages, so bring the whole family to take a step back in time. Walk in the footsteps of the reformer. In 1517, a young priest walked a short distance from his room to the doors of the church nearby. Little did he know that the invitation to debate he nailed to the church door would forever change the world! Click on the link, and keep scrolling down, to find out more.