The Olivet Assembly congregations in Euro-Asia consists of churches from Post Soviet Union counties and are divided by five regions. Churches, as well as a variety of ministries, are gathered by region under the leadership of the regional headquarters. The regional headquarters are normally located in the most populous or transportation hub in each region to serve numerous churches and organizations. Mission strategies and administration are facilitated by the regional Olivet Centers to maintain, develop, and expand their member bodies in useful collaboration and communication.

Regional Headquarters formulate diverse projects and programs to develop a sense of community among pastors and ministers within the region. They also cast regional vision and future while mediating the national goal towards God’s Kingdom in Euro-Asia.

Region representatives and leaders join the regular meeting with the staff of the General Office of Olivet Assembly of Euro-Asia. The annual meeting is convened at the end of October by an invitation by the General Office. The map above presents how those regions are divided. Congregations and ministries grouped in each area promote strategic mission development aligned with region characters.


The Russia Region includes churches in Russian Federation. The region headquarter office is located in Moscow, Russia.

Baltic Countries

The Baltic Countries Region includes churches in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. The region headquarter office is located in Tallinn, Estonia.

Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldova

Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldova together form separate region which includes all churches in these countires. The region headquarter office is located in Kyiv. Ukraine.

Middle Asia

The Middle Asia Region includes churches in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan. The region headquarter office is located in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Caucasus countries

The Caucasus Countries Region includes churches in Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan. The region headquarter office is located in Tbilisi, Georgia.