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Second Mount Olive Baptist Church in Hamilton Celebrates 125th Anniversary

08/26/2017 - Second Mount Olive Baptist Church Brownsville
17406 Brownsville Lane
Hamilton, Virginia
Rev. George M. Mink, Pastor

Celebrating 125th Church Anniversary

Second Mount Olive Baptist Church in Hamilton (1892-2017) will celebrate its 125th Anniversary. The week long set of programs will begin with fall revival meetings from Monday, October 2 through Friday, October 6, and continue with a Saturday, October 7, Tenth Pastoral Anniversary Banquet of Pastor George M. Mink and Sister Janice Mink at the Banquet Hall at Ida Lee Recreation Center, Leesburg, VA.

The week will conclude with a 3 PM celebration of the 125th Church Anniversary on Sunday, October 8. Each event will feature a guest pastor from around the northern Virginia area.

Second Mount Olive Baptist Church is located at 17406 Brownsville Lane east of Hamilton along Rt. 7 Business.

Contact Sister Linda Simpkins at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or at 703 444-3184.

Come and Be Blessed!!!

Revival is the sovereign work of God where He visits His own people, restoring and releasing them into the fullness of His blessing. The Fall Revival is for spiritual refreshment; to encourage people to fall in love with Christ again and to move people to deeper depths of discipleship and motivate people to aim for the highest quality of living in Jesus Christ. Revival allows the Church to “catch the wind [spirit] of heaven” as it blows wherever it wishes. Second Mount Olive Baptist Church will set their sails to catch the wind of God!

Fall Revival Monday, October 2 – Friday, October 6, 2017

Featuring the following:

Date Location Time Guest Speaker

Monday, Oct 2 at 2nd Mt. Olive @ 7:30 PM - Rev. Tony Smith, Pastor, Community Empowerment Church Ashburn, VA
Tuesday, Oct 3 at 2nd Mt. Olive @ 7:30 PM - Rev. Eugene Pearson, Pastor, Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Aldie, VA
Wednesday, Oct 4 at 2nd Mt. Olive @ 7:30 PM - Rev. Joseph Smith, Pastor, First Baptist – Watson Leesburg, VA
Thursday, Oct 5 at 2nd Mt. Olive @ 7:30 PM - Rev. Lawrence Newman, Pastor, New Zion Baptist Middleburg, VA
Friday, Oct 6 at 2nd Mt. Olive @ 7:30 PM - Rev. Jeffrey Johnson, Pastor Mt. Calvary Baptist Church Fairfax, VA

Saturday, Oct 7

10th Pastoral Anniversary Banquet of Pastor George M. Mink and Sister Janice Mink Banquet Hall at Ida Lee Recreation Center 60 Ida Lee Drive, NW Leesburg @1:00 PM. Rev. Lawrence W. Bryant, Pastor, Pleasant Grove Christian Community Church Damascus, MD is the guest speaker.

Sunday, Oct 8

Celebration of the 125th Church Anniversary at 2nd Mt. Olive @ 3:00 PM. Rev. Dr. Harold S. Stinger, Pastor, First Mt. Olive Baptist Church Leesburg, VA is the guest speaker.

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Second Mount Olive Baptist Church Brownsville History

In the year of eighteen ninety-two, the organizers responsible for establishing Second Mount Olive Baptist Church were, the Elder Spot Brown, Elder John Williams (the Grandfather of our late pastor, Elder Isham Williams), Elder Jake Thomas (a first cousin to Elder Williams), Deacon James Redmond (the Father of the late Deacon Isaac Redmond), and Mother Jesse Johnson, who became a minister of the gospel and Deacon John Richardson.

Second Mount Olive Baptist Church is a branch from the First Mount Olive Baptist Church (FMOBC) in Leesburg, Virginia (established 1884). The FMOBC pastor at that time was Elder Percy Jones.

After the passing of Elder Spot Brown, who served the Church for twenty-four years, the church called Elder A.A. Robinson. Elder Robinson fed the word of God and the membership begin to increase. Elder Robinson eventually received a call to a church in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Elder Lewis Brown succeeded Elder Robinson as pastor and served faithfully until his death. Elder Harry B (H.B.) Williams became the next pastor.

Elder H.B. Williams served faithfully until nineteen forty (1940) and in May of that year, the Church called Elder Isham Williams as their pastor, with a membership at that time of fourteen.

Elder Isham Williams served fifty years as pastor until his death in May 1990.

After the passing of Elder Isham Williams, one of his sons in the Gospel, Elder Sulva Warner became the Pastor of Second Mount Olive Baptist Church in August 1990.

Upon the retirement of Elder Sulva Warner in June 2006, Pastor George M. Mink became the Pastor in 2007.

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