World Olivet Assembly churches around the world entered 2022 by holding midnight services and together concluding the old year and offering the first moment of the new year to God in prayer and worship.
Happy New Year!
Arise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the LORD rises upon you. - Isaiah 60:1
Hope and Faith in Action
World Olivet Assembly (WOA) is a global denomination of evangelical churches and para-churches that exists for the advancement of world mission. The denomination is structured through regional and national assemblies.
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 is committed to bring unity among the body of Christ centered upon evangelical values and traditions inspired from the Bible.
With Christmas coming closer, World Olivet Assembly (WOA) churches around the world are preparing for the annual Christmas retreats.
World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) Ambassador for Religious Freedom and member of the International Council Godfrey Yogarajah visited the World Olivet Assembly (WOA) headquarters in Dover, NY to spend a day and a half between Thanksgiving and his meetings in Washington, D.C. following the weekend.
World Olivet Assembly churches across the United States observed the Thanksgiving holiday with a special service giving thanks to God for the past year.
OA Brazil Holds Reception, Welcomes Local Officials and Guests
The World Olivet Assembly's 29th World General Assembly held from October 28-31 in St. Louis, MO, brought together church and mission leaders in-person and online for a time of worship, fellowship, sharing and strategizing. Delegates from the United States joined the event in person while international leaders from several dozen countries participated online.
The World Olivet Assembly (WOA) kicked off its 29th World General Assembly (WGA) in St. Louis, MO this week. The annual event began with an opening service on Thursday morning with church and ministry leaders from the United States attending in person and international participants joining online.
The theme of the upcoming World General Assembly 2021 of the World Olivet Assembly will focus on the Great Commission as recorded in Matthew 28:18-20. There, Jesus says to his disciples: "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age."
Who, being in very nature God, did not consider equality with God something to be used to his own advantage; rather, he made himself nothing by taking the very nature of a servant, being made in human likeness. And being found in appearance as a man, he humbled himself by becoming obedient to death — even death on a cross! - Philippians 2:5-8
The annual Christmas season is there to remind us that Jesus Christ came into this world as the Word that became flesh (John 1:14), God who became man, so that He could redeem us from the bondage of sin and restore the broken relationship with the Father in Heaven.
- 17AprEaster 2022
Easter is the time to commemorate the death of the Lord Jesus Christ on the cross and his resurrection to life on the third day. Churches hold Easter retreats locally or regionally to more deeply reflect on the victorious cross that offers salvation to all who believe.
- 01JanNew Year Service 2022
WOA Churches around the world will hold New Year service at midnight to offer gratitude for the year 2021 and dedicate the first moment of the new year 2022 to God.
- 25DecChristmas Service 2021
The birth of Christ has changed the history of the world, he was light that came into the darkness. In order to meditate on the meaning of Jesus's birth into this world, WOA congregations come together in a retreat to study the Bible passages depicting the birth of the Son of God and Savior.
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.”