New Olivet Center near Magdeburg to Advance the Gospel in Germany and Beyond

Leaders and members of the World Olivet Assembly (WOA) are rejoicing in the Lord Jesus Christ over the recent acquisition of the German Olivet Center near Magdeburg, Germany.

Built in 1903, the property used to serve as a youth education center facility and carries historical value. The architecture was inspired by the famous Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam, which served as the summer residence of Frederick the Great. Located about 2 hours from Germany's capital Berlin, the closest larger city is Magdeburg - the well-known city of Otto the Great - and can be reached by car in less than 30 minutes. It is also only one and a half hours from Wittenberg, the city where Martin Luther began a Reformation movement whose lasting influence on the whole of Europe and beyond continues to this day.

"We are so grateful for this beautiful new center near Magdeburg, which will serve as the new home for the WOA's national member body known as Olivet Assembly Germany as well as Immanuel Gemeinde e.V.," said Pastor Mark Spisak, General Secretary of WOA. "Inspired by the legacy of Martin Luther who brought revival and fresh momentum to the Church, we pray that this new 'Olivet Center' will serve as an effective mission hub, conference center and educational training ground that God will use to once again advance the Gospel within Germany and internationally."

The beautiful 57-room property features three conference halls, several classrooms, 32 bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, a sizeable yard and parking lot. It spans a total of 4 acres (approximately 16,000 sqm).

The center will hold regular retreats, conferences and leadership trainings to refresh and strengthen Christian leaders from all over the world. It will bring a new breath of the Holy Spirit to what has become a largely atheistic part of Germany. May God bless Olivet Center Magdeburg and use it for His purposes and glory.