My first time attending a Worship Service:

 1. Where are you located?
  North Campus has service in the main worship building:
8501 N. Chautauqua Blvd.
Portland, OR 97217 (map & directions)
  West Campus has service at
17800 SW Kinnaman Rd
Aloha, OR 97078 (map & directions)
 2. What time and how long are services?
  We have three services at two locations and each service is about 90 minutes long. A church wide prayer time begins 15 minutes before each service.
Start time for services:
North Campus begins at 11:30 am. (One service only)
West Campus begins at 9:00 am.
 3. How can I receive prayer?
  • We offer prayer at the close of each service.
  • Call or visit the church (North Campus only) to have our pastors or staff pray for you.
 4. Is there a dress code?
  No. At Mt. Olivet we encourage people to feel free to dress in clothes that are respectful and comfortable. You can “dress up” if you want or wear casual clothes. God is interested in your heart not your wardrobe.
 5. What will I experience on Sunday morning?
  • Parking attendants will help you get parked.
  • Greeters will welcome you into the worship service and give you a bulletin outlining the upcoming church events/updates.
  • Ushers will help seat you. All are invited to stand during our celebratory music/singing of songs of praise and worship; feel free to join in as you are comfortable.
  • We have one offering. Guests should not feel obligated to give unless they choose to do so.
  • After greeting one another with handshakes, our Pastor will provide Biblical teaching.
  • Communion is offered every first Sunday of the month.
 6. Can I attend service with my young children or infant?
  Yes. However, if needed, we have a family room and a nursing mothers room which offer you audio and video of the service. Ushers will be available to offer you assistance.
 7. What do you offer for children?
  We provide a variety of ministries to inspire self-confidence, love, faith and commitment in a child-friendly and safe environment. We strive to build faith in the next generation one child at a time for walkers through 12th grade. 
  • Children’s Church During weekend services children worship, hear the Word of God, and have opportunities to serve.
  • Student Ministries Kids have several ways to serve: choir, drama, dance, greeting, and ushering.
  • Summer Boot Camp Faith-based, educational, fun, cost-effective, full-day, 8 week summer camp
  • Middle School and High School youth ministries. (Nu-Life Generations)
 8. What can I expect at Mt. Olivet?
  • Consistent teaching of God’s word.
  • Study opportunities to challenge you and strengthen your faith.
  • Events to strengthen your marriage and family relations.
  • Serving opportunities to show the love of God and the church to others.
  • A place for your family and friends who may be seeking God.
  • A place to build relationships and to have fun and fellowship.
  • A safe place for children to learn and grow up in the Christian faith.
9. How do I get connected at Mt. Olivet?
  At Mt. Olivet we care and we are here to help you get connected by offering the following activities:
  • LIFE Groups:Small groups available for youth, men, and women at all stages of life.
  • ADULT EDUCATION:Every Sunday morning Mt. Olivet offers several classes that include study on various Bible topics. 8:45 am at the West Campus. 10:00 am at the North Campus.
  • MEN:Connect with other men through a monthly breakfast and other activities.
  • WOMEN:Connect with other women through events, classes and/or service.
  • YOUNG ADULT:Bible study class, YOGO-High School youth service
  • OASIS: Older Adults Still In Service, a ministry for our seniors to stayed connected.
  • COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS: Join us as we reach out to our community.