Mount Olivet Celebrates Rev. Adolphus Lacey

The Mount Olivet Baptist Church is honoring Lacey for his seven years of service.

From  Members, guest clergy, friends and neighbors will gather together for a celebratory weekend taking place, June 8, 9 and 10 to salute the Reverend Dr. Adolphus C. Lacey for his seven years of service and leadership as the 14th pastor at the historic Mt Olivet Baptist Church in Peekskill.  Clearly, Dr. Lacey is a full-time leader with a servant’s heart.   Under his leadership new ministry leaders are being birthed and a spirit-filled atmosphere prevails.   Our congregation has experienced vibrant growth, risen to higher heights of stewardship and delved deeper into spiritual connections through teaching. For these reasons, we mark this occasion as “Pastor and People: Celebrating God’s Faithfulness.”

 We welcome all to join in this festive weekend which will unfold as follows:

  • Friday, June 8: Community-wide Worship Service  (7pm) with Guest Celebrant: Rev. Kanyere Eaton, Fellowship Covenant Church,  Bronx, NY
  • Saturday June 9: “Olympic Competition” at Depew Park,12 Noon – 5 pm
  • Sunday June 10: Worship for All (7:45 am & 10:45 am) with Guest Celebrant: Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta GA

Worship services will take place at 11 Rev. G. Franklin Wiggins Plaza, Peekskill, N.Y.   Under the energetic leadership of the Rev. Dr. Adolphus C. Lacey, Senior Pastor, the Mount Olivet Baptist Church is growing and thriving.

Learn more about MOBC’s exciting new developments and weekly activities by calling the church office at 914-737-7567 or stay connected by visiting our website at www.mountolivetbc.org  

leesther brown May 26, 2012 at 04:40 PM
We naturally want to draw attention to ourselves, to show off our accomplishments and abilities. Sometimes we think that life is all about us. But living like that is self-delusion at its worst. In reality, our sinfulness has put us “in the corner,” from God’s point of view. Thankfully, Paul’s testimony gives us the right perspective. In spite of his impressive credentials, he gladly surrendered to the supremacy of Jesus: “But what things were gain to me, these I have counted loss for Christ” (Phil. 3:7). Paul admitted that in order to “gain Christ” , he had to lay all of his trophies down.......#afatchurchdon'tmeanit'sahealthychurch...
Onyemechi D. Adolphus June 16, 2012 at 10:28 PM
by God's grace am giving thanks to God for the good work which he is doing through his servant in the ministry. I wish him more grace to carry on. I am Ms Onyemechi D. Adolphus jnr.


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