Mission and Goals

Preschool sign


The mission of Mt. Olive Lutheran’s Preschool is to share the message of Christ’s love with His children and their families and promote joyful learners.

Photo of child and words "Let the little children come to me."Our relationship with children is established by Christ- “Whoever welcomes one of these children in My name welcomes Me…”  (Mark 9:37)

The early childhood program’s primary purpose is to extend the Gospel to young children.  As such, the Preschool is an integral part of the Mt. Olive Lutheran Church congregation’s mission and total ministry program.

Parents are recognized as children’s primary teachers and are supported by Mother, father, son and daughter with a church in the backgroundthe early childhood program in their nurturing role.  Families are ministered to in the name of Jesus and brought into contact with His saving Word.

The mission of the early childhood program, and the Preschool, along with all the other congregational ministries, is the Great Commission; to teach the Gospel to all.  Congregation and program leaders partner with all Mt. Olive Church’s members to embrace the early childhood program families in our circle of care, living and speaking the saving love of Jesus, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit the lives of children and their families are transformed.

Preschool Play Learn Grow


  1. Provide enriching and engaging learning experiences as a foundation for future learning.
  2. To develop the child in five areas:  spiritual, social, emotional, physical and cognitive.
  3. To nurture the child’s feelings of self-worth as a loved and accepted child of God.
  4. That our staff would exemplify Christian love, provide for individual needs and view each child as a unique gift from God.
  5. To provide opportunities for learning about Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior through classes, chapel and the learning environment.
  6. Encourage family bonds and faith traditions and provide children and families opportunities for Christian fellowship.


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