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Mount of Olives Church in Mission Viejo, CA, offers vibrant programs for kids and teens, Small Groups to connect in Christian Community and study God’s Word, and Bible-based messages and worship every weekend

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Sundays 8:30am (liturgical based)

Sundays 9:45am (full band)

Sundays 11:00am (full band)


Inside the Worship Center


Kid City Children's Service

Sundays 9:45am

for children preschool-5th grade in Kid City Building/Playground

+ Nursery Care available for babies and toddlers

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Frequently Asked Questions

about Mount of Olives Church

We invite you to join us for church! Review some info below addressing Frequently Asked Questions, as you prepare for your worship with us on campus - click here for FAQ about returning to campus during COVID-19 restrictions.

  • Weekend services typically last one hour.


    Mount of Olives Church is located at:
    24772 Chrisanta Drive, Mission Viejo, CA 92691


    Each week, whether online or in-person, our worship team and pastors strive to lead our congregation in a meaningful worship experience with a firm foundation in God's Word.  Song lyrics and Bible verses are displayed on screens. 

    (Bibles are normally available in the pew racks, but have been removed due to COVID Restrictions.)

  • Kid City, our children's ministry, is available again on campus! Check out details for the on campus and online Kid City services and family resources on our website: mookidcity.com.

  • The Rock is our Student Ministry, and name of our building that houses the ministry activities, located across the street from the church's main campus. Click here to learn more about mid-week services and Small Group Bible studies for Middle School and High School students. 

  • There is a front lot and rear lot, street parking, parking across the street in The Rock lot (our student ministry building and church office), and extra parking in the Stratford School lot (across the street). Look for directional signage and a member of the Weekend Team for help.

  • Come just as you are. We’d like you to be comfortable - whether that is dressed in shorts and a tanktop, suit and tie or anything in between.

  • The campus is wheelchair accessible, and wheelchair seating is available in the Worship Center. Ask a Weekend Team Member for assistance when you get to campus.

  • A soundproof cry room is available in the Worship Center for parents with small children to still view and participate in the service without concern of disrupting others. You're also welcome to step outside onto The Courtyard anytime.

    The Cry Room is closed at this time due to COVID Restrictions.

    There is a space in the Nursery available for Nursing Mothers, ask a Weekend Team Member or at the Kid City checkin.

  • Typically, we receive Communion during all weekend services the first Sunday of the month. All who have a faith in Jesus as their Savior are welcome to participate. The pastors will instruct and direct attendees during the service.

    To learn more about Holy Communion, watch this sermon from Pastor Jim Reynen.


    On Campus Services During COVID: 
    During on campus services, at the time for Communion, the pastor will instruct all those in attendance when to collect the individually wrapped Communion elements and when to open the prepackaged elements and receive the bread and wine after speaking the Words of Institution.

     

    Online Services During COVID: 

    If you will worship and receive Communion from home, please have elements ready before you begin the service. For bread you can use bread or crackers, and for wine you can use wine or grape juice – set aside in a small serving for use specifically for Communion on this day. Before the online service, gather the elements you’ve prepared (bread and wine), and at the time for Communion the pastor will speak the Words of Institution and instruct you in receiving Communion.

     

    If you will worship from home, you are also welcome to pick up individually wrapped elements from the Church Office. The Office is Closed due to COVID Restrictions, but the Communion Elements will be available for pick up from the Church Office (24851 Chrisanta Drive) the week before Communion weekend - email info@moochurch.org to coordinate a time for pickup when a staff member is available to meet you.

  • Typically open during all Sunday worship services, stop in for a coffee, iced tea or purchase books recommended for reading by the pastors. 

    No food or drinks are being served at this time, due to COVID Restrictions.

Communion During COVID Restrictions

Typically, we receive Communion during all weekend services the first Sunday of the month. All who have a faith in Jesus as their Savior are welcome to participate. The pastors will instruct and direct attendees during the service.

On Campus Services During COVID: 
During on campus services, at the time for Communion, the pastor will instruct all those in attendance when to collect the individually wrapped Communion elements and when to open the prepackaged elements and receive the bread and wine after speaking the Words of Institution.
 

Online Services During COVID: 
If you will worship and receive Communion from home, please have elements ready before you begin the service. For bread you can use bread or crackers, and for wine you can use wine or grape juice – set aside in a small serving for use specifically for Communion on this day. Before the online service, gather the elements you’ve prepared (bread and wine), and at the time for Communion the pastor will speak the Words of Institution and instruct you in receiving Communion.
 

If you will worship from home, you are also welcome to pick up individually wrapped elements from the Church Office. The Office is Closed due to COVID Restrictions, but the Communion Elements will be available for pick up from the Church Office (24851 Chrisanta Drive) the week before Communion weekend - email info@moochurch.org to coordinate a time for pickup when a staff member is available to meet you.

FAQ: On Campus Services

During COVID Restrictions

Attending Service Inside the Worship Center

  • Please arrive a few minutes early.
  • Screen yourself for fever and symptoms BEFORE coming to an in person service.  Please take your temperature and stay home if it is elevated over 100 degrees or if you have a sore throat, are sick with chills, cough, shortness of breath, etc, or have been exposed to COVID in the last 7 days. Please stay home if you or someone in your household is waiting for a COVID test result. See COVID symptoms info online here..
  • For the safety of all those in attendance while on campus and during worship services, please maintain safe distancing.
  • Offering baskets will not be passed during the service. You may deposit your offering and tithes in marked boxes in the entryway or give online.
  • Communion is generally received the first Sunday of the month on campus or at home as instructed by the Pastors.


Childcare

  • Nursery Care is available for babies and toddlers during the Sunday 9:45am service only at this time. 
  • Kid City is offered during the 9:45am service for children preschool-5th grade. Send children with close-toed shoes and applied sunscreen. Plan to arrive early for checkin before the services begin
  • Kid City and Nursery Care will be available at additional services as volunteers are trained.


Additional Safety Precautions

  • Restrooms are Open and are cleaned regularly.
  • Physical distancing recommended.
  • No bulletins or flyers will be passed out, all items are removed from the pews inside the Worship Center, no Communication Cards will be collected. We ask that you complete an Online Communication Card to request prayer, more information, or to let us know you attended the service.