Welcome to MOMBC!
Are You Looking for a New Church?
- You may be new to the Fayetteville, North Carolina area and are looking for a church home.
- Have you lived in the area for awhile but recently felt nudged to look for a faith community.
- Have you had a recent crisis in your life and have a spiritual need?
- You might have children and are looking for a place they can learn about God.
- Or maybe you’re looking for something you just can’t explain.
Whatever your situation, we are glad you are considering a visit to our Church.
Our Service Times are listed just to the right. ⇒
A few of our most Frequently Asked Questions are listed below. ⇓
If you have any questions regarding our Services and Ministries, please browse through our website or Contact Us directly.
What does Mt. Olive have to offer my family?
Mt. Olive offers something for every person in your family. We have four worship services; Morning Glory, Traditional Worship, Youth Worship, and Children’s Worship. Sunday School offers Bible Study for adults (traditional and relationships), youth and children. There are Bible Study classes held on Tuesdays and Thursdays. These classes encourage spiritual growth. Wednesdays, there is a noon day service and an evening worship service. Dinner is served prior to the evening service. This allows families to enjoy a meal together. Mt. Olive serves the Bonnie Doone Community with a Food Closet and Clothing Boutique. Our church has several ministries you can join to serve and to use your spiritual gifts. Take a moment and look around our website–see what God is doing at Mt. Olive!
How do I become a member?
You can become a member of Mt. Olive during any worship service. The invitation is extended at the end of each service. For more info, please contact the New Members ministry — email email@example.com.
How do I get involved in ministry?
Contact any ministry member or ministry leader. For more info, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who do I contact if I need bereavement assistance?
It is necessary to take care of our members at all times. Therefore, please inform the church when you have a crisis in your family. Please inform the church when experiencing bereavement in your family by calling 868-2770. For immediate attention and necessary care, please call Deacon Hoffman at 424-4412. Always leave a message if no one answers. Your call will be promptly returned. If unsure about who to call if you need assistance, please refer to the Deacon’s and Minister’s roster printed in the bulletin on the 1st Sunday in each month.