We have a part-time youth pastor (Katie Gerber) who organizes and spends time with high school aged youth during biweekly youth events and a weekly small group. There is also a youth Sunday School class on Sunday mornings at 9:45. In summer 2017, Katie will be leading the youth on a trip to Toronto through MCC’s TOOLS program to gain a deeper understanding of the poverty within the city.
YAF (young adult fellowship)
This is a newly formed group for anyone who considers themselves a young adult (mostly 20’s and early 30’s). They meet monthly for a potluck called “Suppers at Six.” Check the calendar [calendar link] for the time of the next potluck.
Women meet at the church monthly to help make quilts and comforters for MCC. They also have some evening events, approximately 8-10 times a year.
Men meet monthly to enjoy breakfast together and hear a speaker at a local restaurant. Check the calendar to see when and where the next breakfast is being held.
Seniors meet every other Thursday morning at the church to play shuffleboard, cards and board games. They call themselves “Let’s Connect.”
They meet to fellowship about once every 6 weeks. If you would like to join a small group please contact one of the pastors.
These are held immediately after the church service for lunch a few times a year. Congregants are encouraged to bring a first course item as well as a dessert to share, as well as your own plates, bowls and cutlery. If you forget anything though, you are welcome to stay! There is always enough to go around.
Fundraiser soup lunches
These occur periodically to raise money for different missions projects or other needs. A simple lunch of soup, bread and dessert is provided in exchange for a free-will donation. These happen on Sundays after the morning service.
Hot dog lunches
These are held after church on Sundays about three times a year to encourage people to stay and get to know each other better.
Want to Learn More?
The weekly bulletin provides up-to-date information for these activities.