The City of Omaha holds a special primary and general election every four years to elect a mayor and all seven members of the city council. The elections are held the year following a Presidential Election.
- The primary election is held the first Tuesday in April (April 6, 2021).
- The general election is held the first Tuesday after the second Monday in May (May 11, 2021).
City of Omaha elections are officially nonpartisan. Political party information is not printed on the ballot. The two candidates receiving the most votes during the primary election will advance to the general election. The winner of each office in the general election will take office on the fourth Monday following the general election.
Mount Olive will be a polling site again this year.
Posted on March 23, 2021 10:26 PM
Here are some graphs and charts that summarize stewardship at Mount Olive during 2020. Please click the previous link to download your copy.
Posted on February 10, 2021 7:46 PM
Everyone who is thankful for what Jesus did for us on the cross surely wants to serve Him. Even if you are home bound, you can pray, make phone calls, etc. Help us find a job, task, or role that suits your talents and interests by downloading this form and returning it to the Church Office or to Connie Townsend at email@example.com.
Posted on February 09, 2021 2:22 AM
There is still time to register for Gospel Adventures: Go Mongolia!
You won't want to miss out on this Mongolian adventure to learn how vast God's love is from the comfort and safety of your home or classroom. While the curriculum is written for elementary and middle school students, the experience offers something for people of all ages
. With remarkable landscapes from the Gobi Desert, the Altai Mountains, and more, Gospel Adventures: Go Mongolia
is sure to be a journey to remember! Click the following link to register and get started
When you click the above link, you will see a popup teaser telling you about Lutheran Hour Ministries' next Gospel Adventure, coming in 2021: Gospel Adventures: Thailand Trek!
Posted on September 23, 2020 7:36 PM
Mount Olive already supports Lutheran Family Services (LFS) through our "Bringing Christ to All the World" tithe. LFS has applied for and received a grant under the CARES Act that enables LFS to serve Nebraska individuals and families whose lives have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The financial assistance from this fund may be used to cover the following:
- Overdue rent or mortgage to avoid eviction or foreclosure
- Utility costs to prevent shutoff
- Basic needs items, including groceries, formula, diapers, personal hygiene products, and household cleansers
- Purchase of one smartphone and/or tablet per household to enable telehealth access or for school-aged youth to access online school platforms.
if you know of anyone who might need any of the above help in Omaha or anywhere in the State of Nebraska, please assist them by downloading and referring them to one of the information sheets in English or in Spanish.
Posted on September 17, 2020 11:43 PM
Sunday morning Bible class continues, led by our own Pastor Bill Moorhead. The class begins at 10:15 AM with sharing, celebrations, and prayer. Then Pastor Moorhead will share insights on the Gospel lesson for that Sunday.
You may also Join via Zoom:
Meeting ID: 391 206 9426
If you need a password, it's our Savior's name (with a capital "J") …<smile>
Posted on August 27, 2020 1:15 AM
We are excited to announce that Pastor Moorhead is beginning a new Wednesday morning Bible class on Wednesday mornings at 10:00 AM. It will be held in Luther Hall. Masks and social distancing are encouraged. Usually he will direct our focus to the upcoming Old Testament reading. If possible, this class will be streamed live and recorded for later viewing on Mount Olive's YouTube page.
Posted on August 27, 2020 1:13 AM
There is a lot inaccurate information out there about COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Click the following link to national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) COVID-19 web page
for reliable information. For local information, go to the Douglas County Health Department
PC Magazine reports that scammers hare already started taking advantage of this situation. For example, a number of phone apps, purporting to help people track incidences of the COVID-19 virus, are actually installing malware on phones. Please keep yourself and your devices safe.
Posted on March 18, 2020 8:04 PM