Lutheran Men’s Breakfast
On Saturday, April 25th, 2015, at 8 AM, Howard Johnsons, the next Lutheran Men’s Breakfast will feature the newest Men’s Network Video Bible Study, entitled “The Mormons: Who They Are, What They Believe. For this special series women are invited to attend because of the universally important subject matter. So plan to attend this and the next meetings which will acquaint you with the Mormons—and the meaning behind the Christians phrases they use. It will also equip you to more clearly share the truth of Jesus Christ the next time they knock on your door. Men, bring your wives! Women bring your husbands! All are welcome! For more information contact Gary Treece, 509-833-9725 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mt Olive is now officially a member of the Reformation 500 Club. As such, Mt Olive has committed to supporting The Wittenberg Project by contributing $500 or more over the next year. Individuals, small groups, and organizations may contribute to this fund with checks or envelopes designated to The Wittenberg Project. For questions contact Gary Treece at 833-9725 or email@example.com.
The goal of the Wittenberg Project, supported by Mt Olive, will be reached with the grand opening of the International Lutheran Center,in Wittenberg, Germany. The Wittenberg Project is co-sponsored by LCMS and SELK (The Independent Evangelical Lutheran Church in Germany). The two organizations have worked together in earnest preparing for the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation (Oct,2017). Opening on May 3rd, 2015, the ILC will allow hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world to learn more about Martin Luther and what the Protestant Reformation was all about. More specifically, they will hear the truth that the Reformation was all about Jesus. Even though the ILC is opening it still needs our support. If you would like to contribute to the Wittenberg Project, you may designate your envelope or check to “The Wittenberg Project Fund” at Mt Olive.
February 20, 2015: We enjoyed meeting many new families at our Open House and Registration Night last night. We are looking forward to having many new smiling faces join us next year for preschool. There are spaces left in all of our classes for preschool next year, so please spread the word if you know of anyone who is looking for childcare or preschool for the fall.
Our next big event is our Spring Art Show! We are looking forward to showing off our work to our family and friends. We hope you can join us on Thursday, April 23, 6:00-7:30 pm.
Mount Olive will be participating in the Angel Tree Ministry. A list of 20 children from Yakima will be sent by email to the Church. We will need callers to contact the families for their participation allowing us to buy gifts for the prisoners’ children. We will have the opportunity to buy the gifts and deliver them to their homes by Dec. 21, 2014. Please call the office 966-2190 if you can help. -Nancy Dexter