On September 22nd, we are launching a new year of Adult Sunday School at MPC with two great course offerings:
The Forgotten God: Reversing Our Tragic Neglect of the Holy Spirit by Francis Chan: This course will provide us with “a compelling invitation to understand, embrace, and follow the Holy Spirit’s direction in our lives.” All are welcome!
Christianity Explored: Over seven sessions in Mark’s Gospel, guests find out more about the life of the person at the heart of the Christian faith – Jesus Christ. Similar to the Alpha Course, this program is ideal for anyone exploring faith or if you just feel like you want to go back to the heart of the Scripture. All are welcome!
Interested in signing up? Call or e-mail the church office!
We believe that God calls us to be in relationship with others in order to grow in prayer, love and the knowledge of Scripture. A variety of daytime, evening, women’s, men’s, or mixed small groups meet at MPC. Please contact the church office for more information about joining such a group. A few examples of the various groups are:
MEN’S BREAKFAST STUDY: Every Friday morning a group of men meet at the church at 6:30 AM for food and study. All men are welcome.
PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN: A monthly meeting for women which includes lunch and a study. All women are welcome.
FIRST FRIDAY BOOK CLUB
1st Friday of each month at 6:30 PM. Come join this literary group for fellowship and tantalizing discussion.
Prayer is a key component of our life together here at MPC. In prayer we come before the Living God and call out to Him. There are several ways to receive prayer at MPC:
PRAYER TEAM: Our prayer team meets after each worship service at the front of the sanctuary for private prayer with anyone who comes forward with a need.
PRAYER CHAIN: If you have a prayer request that you would like put on the prayer chain, please call the church office with your request.
PRAYER MEETING: We meet every Tuesday evening at 7 PM in the chapel for prayers for healing and help. Join us in prayer or come to be ministered to in prayer.