Molly and Ralph Richards
Received the Urban League's
"Community Leadership Award
Ralph and Molly Richards
received the Community Leadership Award for Golden Service. The Golden Service Award recognizes
individuals who has at least 25 years of service to the Community, neighborhood,
or Urban League Rochester programs, services or movements. This is a
prestigious award that is given for exemplary service, unmatched performance and
dedicated support. Ralph and Molly Richards has demonstrated all of these
attributes throughout the years.
The Mt. Olivet Family Congratulates Molly and Ralph for receiving this
prestigious award and for their continuous services, contributions and support
to the community, region and church.
Ralph and Molly Richards are the
2013 Winners of the James M. McCuller's Award...more
RN - MSN - CPHO - NEA/BC
Chief Nursing Officer,
Tommye Hinton Roberts has
been appointed the Chief Nursing Officer at the Highland Hospital, a newly
designated Magnet hospital and affiliate of the University of Rochester.
She has 30+ years of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership experience including 7
years as a CNO.
She attributes her success to God,
her Husband, Family and a passionate commitment to serve.
The Mt. Olivet Family Congratulates Tommye on her
appointment which is recognition of her efforts,
dedication to service, and commitment to God.
Service Award Recipient
ABCís 2012 Lena M. Gantt
Joel Cummings, a native of Fitzgerald, Georgia, spent his early years
under the influence of his grandparents. His grandfather was a silent leader who
exercised gentle persuasion to make a positive impact in his community.
Cummingsí grandmother exercised her strong voice to affect change. Over the
years, Joel has deployed a leadership style that reflects a blend of his
grandparentsí personalities: mild persuasion paired with outspoken advocacy.
After graduation from Rochesterís James
Madison High School , Cummings returned south where he attended Alabama A&M
University in Huntsville, Alabama.
Karissa Joy Grant
Graduate of the
African American Leadership
Karissa Joy Grant was recognized by the
United Way as a 2012 graduate of the African American Leadership Development
Program [AALDP] on November 8, 2012.
This recognition was acknowledged at the Howard
Wilson Coles Society Appreciation Luncheon which was attended by a number of
former graduates, business, church and community leaders, as well as friends and
We are proud of this accomplishment and we ask the
Mount Olivet Baptist Church family to continue to support and pray for Karissa's
Jared David Michael Grant
the Late Poet Etheridge Knight in
Photo credit: Andy Karol
Jared Grant portrays Etheridge Knight in the Poetry Slam,
"Dead or Alive."
"Dead or Alive"
features actors portraying deceased poets. The actors will perform the
poems in a mock slam against Chicago poets.
This venue pits Living Poets face off against Dead Poets. A panel of
Judges decides which one is the best. Etheridge Knight gained notoriety in
1968 with the publication of his poetry, "Poems from Prison."
Jared is one of Mt. Olivet's 2008 High School Graduate and we are
very proud of all of his accomplishments.
Daughter of Ruler Emeritus
Eldorado Temple #32
Katherine Shields received the honor of
Daughter Ruler Emeritus from Eldorado Temple #32 to Improve Benevolent
Protective Orders of Elks of the World on Saturday Dec. 1st at the Diplomat
Party House. Katherine thanks the Mt. Olivet Family for their support and well
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Children's Church ages 4 - 12
Communion - 1st Sunday
*Nursery Care Provided for Children 6 years Old
Family Care Teams
Pastors of Mt. Olivet
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