Our congregation continues to adapt with our families and community to the continued conditions of social distancing. Recently, our governing officials have extended the large gatherings hold.
What a more important time to lean into God’s word, and lean into the love of others. We are hearing and seeing incredible ways people are choosing to faithfully lean into this pandemic, make the best of opportunities given to reach others, and provide prayerful support to those suffering, uncomfortably distanced, ill, changed work conditions, and anxiety.
Our pastors and leaders are continuing to adapt to new ways of extending God’s word and worship into our homes. What a blessing it can be to discover our home or apartments can be places of true worship, in anticipation to our future return to larger gatherings at MFC.
Allow the sermons to lead you, your small groups, friends, and families into conversations and fellowship as we enter this experience together. You have space for creative options, phone calls, social media, and even small gatherings which would resemble the original church in the book of Acts.
We’re in a year of spreading the Good News of Jesus, and we will have unique opportunities to have gospel conversations. We will want to note your interactions and reflect those on the ping pong balls when you return to church. We continue to BE the church, even when we don’t assemble.
Our staff will continue to be at the church daily as we are not closing the church building. We also have an improved phone system able to direct your calls to those you’re trying to reach. We continue to BE the church, even when we don’t assemble.
We encourage you to consider living conservatively with your finances, and know that your generous giving to our church will continue to meet the needs of our mission to serve the community and members of MFC. You have options to give through our website.
With His Love,
Our Elders, Board, Pastors, and Staff