World Olivet Assembly Acquires New Mission Center in Colorado State

The World Olivet Assembly (WOA) has acquired a mission center in Fort Morgan, Colorado.

The New York-based World Olivet Assembly, an evangelical Christian denomination in the Presbyterian tradition, purchased the building located at 300 Deuel St from Calvary University, a Missouri-based, private Christian college and seminary. The building was used by Calvary as an extension campus and innovation center in Colorado.

The former extension campus now will be used by the World Olivet Assembly as a mission center for people still unreached by the Gospel of Jesus Christ in Asia.

The WOA consists of an international assembly of churches and Christian ministries, and owns additional properties across the country.

It has been a long dream for the WOA organization to have an institution dedicated for world mission in the beautiful state of Colorado, which has a profound Christian heritage and also the home of many Christian organizations.

The new property includes an auditorium, dining hall facilities, administration offices, academic classrooms, and recreational facilities.

The World Olivet Assembly has immediate plans to move forward with maintenance and campus enhancement projects.

The World Olivet Assembly leadership extends their gratitude to the former key staff of Calvary University and the local community for their warm welcome and wishes to serve local community as good neighbors.

For any media inquiries, please contact the World Olivet Assembly's Public Relations Department at pr@worldolivet.org. More information about the World Olivet Assembly can be found at www.worldolivet.org