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Address: 930 E. Florida Avenue, Appleton, WI 54911
Phone: 920-739-9194
Fax: 920-739-9423
Email: church.office@mountoliveappleton.com
Web Site: www.mountoliveappleton.com

Worship Services:

Sunday 8:00 a.m.

Sunday 10:30 a.m.

Monday 6:00 p.m.

Saturday 5:30 p.m. Contemporary Service

Special Services:

Bible Studies/Sunday School:

Sunday 9:15 a.m. (September - May) - Sunday School
Target Audience: Ages 4 through 5th grade
Location: Teen Room
Contact Person and Phone Number: Pastor Jasper Sellnow (739-9194)
Current Topic: Bible History

Sunday 9:15 a.m. - Upper Grade Bible Study
Target Audience: Teens in grades 6 - 8
Location: 6th Grade Classroom
Contact Person and Phone Number: Church Office (739-9194)
Current Topic: This Bible study group will replace the 6-8th grade Sunday School classroom. Students in this Bible Study will have the opportunity to study how the Bible prepares them to face many of the topics and issues they deal with in their daily lives as Christians, and discuss them with their peers.

Sunday 9:25 a.m. - Reformation: Grace, Faith, Scripture
Target Audience: Adults
Location: Church Sanctuary
Contact Person and Phone Number: Pastor Jasper Sellnow (739-9194)
Current Topic: This year we commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation. In this study, we deepen our understanding of Reformation history and connect it with what our church believes, teaches, and practices today. This study includes 12 short video vignettes from the film A Return to Grace: Luther’s Life and Legacy. Topics include Baptism, Holy Communion, Congregational Worship, Vocation, and much more. This is a good class for those looking to answer the question: “What does it mean to be a Lutheran?”

Sunday 9:25 a.m. - Romans: A Bible within the Bible
Target Audience: Adults
Location: Fellowship Hall
Contact Person and Phone Number: Pastor Wenzel - (739-9194)
Current Topic: Martin Luther found great comfort and confidence in the book of Romans. Luther says, “In this epistle we thus find most abundantly the things that a Christian ought to know, namely, what is law, gospel, sin, punishment, grace, faith, righteousness, Christ, God, good works, love, hope, and the cross.” While all of these words may be familiar to us, Paul plumbs the depths of each of these concepts. A study of the book of Romans can’t help but have a profound impact on a Christian, leaving him humbled by God’s plan, in awe of God’s wisdom, and confident of God’s forgiveness.

Sunday 9:25 a.m. - The Foundation of Our Faith
Target Audience: Adults
Location: 8th Grade Classroom
Contact Person and Phone Number: Pastor Troy Schreiner (739-9194)
Current Topic: Do you ever feel like it’s time to get back to the basics of the Bible? Do you feel unequipped to answer even the fundamental questions people ask about your faith? Are you interested in learning more about what the Bible teaches and what our church believes? Interested in becoming a member of Mount Olive? If any of these questions describe you, then join our Foundations Bible Study! This relaxed, conversational study meets for 7 weeks on Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings. The same session is taught on both days to help give people the flexibility to attend whichever session best fits their schedules.

Tuesday 6:30 am, year-round - Breakfast Bible Study
Target Audience: Adults
Location: Mary’s on North Richmond
Contact Person and Phone Number: Pastor Raasch - (739-9194)
Current Topic: This early bird special offers a bite of the Bread of Life along with your cup of coffee or stack of pancakes. Join us at Mary’s Restaurant as we discuss how the God’s timeless truth still impacts our everyday lives.

Wednesday 9:30 a.m. - The Book of Amos
Target Audience: Adults
Location: Fellowship Hall
Contact Person and Phone Number: Pastor Joel Zank (739-9194)
Current Topic: Amos was a busy man, holding down two jobs as a fig tree farmer and a shepherd, but that didn’t stop God from calling Amos to speak an important message to a nation headed for destruction. Amos left both farm and field to prophesy words that are just as important today as they were 2800 years ago. We’ll study his timeless message and what it means for us and our 21st century world. This Bible Class continues to gather new faces and old friends for a bite of pastry, a cup of coffee, and a stimulating discussion of God’s Word.

Thursday 6:30 p.m. - The Foundation of Our Faith
Target Audience: Adults
Location: 8th Grade Classroom
Contact Person and Phone Number: Pastor Troy Schreiner (739-9194)
Current Topic: Do you ever feel like it’s time to get back to the basics of the Bible? Do you feel unequipped to answer even the fundamental questions people ask about your faith? Are you interested in learning more about what the Bible teaches and what our church believes? Interested in becoming a member of Mount Olive? If any of these questions describe you, then join our Foundations Bible Study! This relaxed, conversational study meets for 7 weeks on Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings. The same session is taught on both days to help give people the flexibility to attend whichever session best fits their schedules.

Friday 6:30 a.m. - Men's Bible Study
Target Audience: Men
Location: Teen Room
Contact Person and Phone Number: Church Office (739-9194)
Current Topic: Where does a man go to grow in his role as a Christian husband, father, man of God? Where can he be intellectually challenged, spiritually fed, genuinely encouraged, and yet still receive a bit of good natured ribbing? The answer: Mount Olive’s Men’s Bible Study. Before you do anything else on Friday, stop in to recharge your batteries with your brothers in Christ.

Christian Fellowship:

1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month 6:00 p.m. - Lutheran Pioneers and Lutheran Girl Pioneers
Target Audience: Boys and girls grades 1-6
Description: Explore nature and God’s gifts
Location: Fellowship Hall
Contact: Dan Voss (954-6554) and Shari Graham (830-1268)

Friday 7:30-8:30 p.m. - Recovery through Christ
Target Audience: Men and women struggling with addictive behaviors of any kind
Description: A Christian 12-step program designed to provide a safe, Christ-centered atmosphere in which participants feel comfortable sharing their struggles as they continue a God-enabled path to sobriety and hope
Location: Teen Room
Contact: Dave (920-233-0437) or Phyllis (920-739-2439)

Sunday, October 29th, from 2 - 4 p.m. - Fall Festival
Target Audience: Everyone is Invited!
Description: Fall Festival is fun for all ages, including events like Trunk or Treat, a chili cook - off contest, crafts for kids, carnival games, delicious food including donuts and caramel apples, and hot drinks like cocoa and apple cider!
Location: Mount Olive Parking Lot
Contact: Church Office (739-9194)

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