After spending the Easter weekend meditating on the cross and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ and receiving abundant grace from retreats across the continent, World Olivet Assembly (WOA) churches around the world will embark on the next 50 days concentrating on the saving of souls and looking ahead to Pentecost, the day that commemorates the Holy Spirit's arrival.
Hope and Faith in Action
World Olivet Assembly(WOA) is a global gathering of evangelical churches and para-church organizations existing for the advancement of world mission.
One Body in Christ
WOA envisions a united body of Christ working around the world to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ and perform service in the Lord's name and for His glory
Diversity and Impact in Ministry
WOA's Ministries reflect the diverse fields of interest that the body works in to make an impact for Christ and His Kingdom.
Fellowship means sharing lives, sharing emotions, bearing one another’s burdens, encouraging one another and helping those who have need.
WOA adheres to the Lord’s most vital demand towards all congregations, “Preach the gospel to all nations.”
Weaving Mission Networks
WOA focuses on weaving mission networks around the world, establishing the major cities as mission bases.
WOA Churches celebrated Easter 2021
Many churches within the World Olivet Assembly have been preparing to hold virtual Easter retreats starting today. Due to the pandemic, most churches have begun holding services and activities online, which allowed many more people to join, at times even from other cities or countries.
The last week of Jesus' life is known as Holy Week or Passion Week. It begins with Jesus' coming to Jerusalem on Palm Sunday that fulfilled the prophecy of Zechariah who said: "Rejoice greatly, Daughter Zion! Shout, Daughter Jerusalem!
Olivet Assembly in Colombia, which is affiliated with the World Olivet Assembly, has been preparing several members for short-term mission trips to the capital cities of two neighboring countries, Ecuador and Peru.
Today marks the beginning of Lent season, the 40 days period leading up to Easter, which World Olivet Assembly (WOA) churches observe as a time to reflect on Jesus' walk to the cross, especially the passage of the Gospel of John chapters 13 to 20.
Apostolos Missions (AM), an affiliate of the World Olivet Assembly, launched a new program to guide students from the beginning stages of being a first-time Bible study participant to a member who dedicates their life to Jesus Christ and volunteers within the fellowship.
Saint Luke Society (SLS), a medical fellowship affiliated with the World Olivet Assembly, held its third "Medical Dreamer" event online, attracting some 150 medical students in South Korea.
John 12:20-24 (NIV)
20 Now there were some Greeks among those who went up to worship at the festival. 21 They came to Philip, who was from Bethsaida in Galilee, with a request. "Sir," they said, "we would like to see Jesus." 22 Philip went to tell Andrew; Andrew and Philip in turn told Jesus. 23 Jesus replied, "The hour has come for the Son of Man to be glorified. 24 Very truly I tell you, unless a kernel of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains only a single seed. But if it dies, it produces many seeds.
WOA churches commemorate the day of Pentecost when the Holy Spirit first descended on believers fifty days after Jesus' resurrection and opened a new era where the Gospel began to spread to the ends of the earth.
- 04AprEaster Service 2021
WOA churches around the world commemorate the most important event in the history of salvation: the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ!
- 17FebBeginning of Lent Season
The period of 40 days leading up to Easter where WOA churches and members reflect on Jesus' path of the cross with a special focus on John 13-19.
Olivet Leadership Institute
Olivet Leadership Institute is an education organization of Olivet Assembly that focuses on training future leaders in Christian ministries. The leadership institute was officially launched in January 2013 with the purpose to educate good Christian leaders in a more systematic way.learn more
Art & Design
Supports the Christian arts communities in advancing creativity, skill, and collaboration within ministries.
To publish and supply Biblical resources to churches and parachurch organizations around the world.
Hopes for healing to be brought to the many wounded souls through the work of the Holy Spirit mediated by sincere prayer and counseling.
Natural disasters and impoverished circumstances make daily life an unbearable activity for millions of people.
Seeks to pioneer new areas of IT and establish them for God's Kingdom-building purposes.
World Olivet Assembly (WOA) is a global gathering of evangelical churches and para-church organizations existing for the advancement of world mission.
World Olivet Assembly believes in equipping believers with theological and practical resources that would enable them to advance the work the gospel.
“WOA envisions a united body of Christ working around the world to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ and perform service in the Lord's name and for His glory.”