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Plan your visit

Thank you for considering Mount Olivet as a place to worship, grow, and create meaningful relationships. If you have questions that are not answered on this page, let us know by getting in touch →



Worship is about encountering God as a community to experience the abundant grace of God through prayer, sacrament, and praise.

Your worship to God is as unique as you — which is why we have both traditional and modern worship options on Sunday mornings.

Traditional Worship
11 AM in the Sanctuary

The Way Modern Worship
11 AM in the Fellowship Hall

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Entering & Navigating the Building

Due to the recent fire, many portions of the building and certain entrances are closed.

For your safety, please enter the building using the double glass doors on Glebe Road and be mindful of closed doors and partitions once inside the building.

An ADA chair lift is located at the Sanctuary entrance and our ushers will be happy to assist you.

Bathrooms are located in the lobby areas outside of the Sanctuary and Fellowship Hall.


Public Transportation
There are 4 bus stops within walking distance of Mount Olivet, and we are a quick 15 minute walk from the Ballston Metro Station.

Bus | ART 52, METRO 23T, METRO 23A
Metro | Orange, Silver Lines | Ballston Station

The main parking lot is located off Glebe Road. There is a walkway that leads to the 16th St. entrance from the parking lot.


The Mount Olivet nursery is available on Sunday mornings from 9:30 AM to 12:15 PM for infants through age 3. The nursery is staffed by caring professionals who are fully vaccinated against covid-19.

Children in Worship

Bringing children to worship may not always be easy, but it is an essential part of their faith journey.

Children who join their caregivers in worship will receive pew bags with activities that compliment the day's message.

Children are also invited to participate in Children's Church, known as Wee Believers and Belief Builders.


It can be difficult to form relationships just by attending worship on Sundays. Meaningful relationships need time and space to grow, which is why groups are vital to the life of Mount Olivet.

From Sunday School to Youth Group to Wednesday night studies, there's a group for every age and stage of life at Mount Olivet.

You're invited to attend any group at any time! Learn more about groups by visiting ministry pages.

Listen wherever you are

Usually under 15 minutes, sermons from Mount Olivet are a meaningful addition to your routine and can be found wherever you listen to podcasts.