• Sunday Connection  

    9:00 AM & 10:30 AM Sunday Mornings

    All ages learning  & Growing together @  9:00 AM

    Location: Activity Center

    Topic:  Gospel Threads

    Teachers:   Pam Hales

    Adult Class @ 10:30 AM

    Location:  Chapel

    Topic:  Light Enters the Darkness:  John's Gospel of Jesus' Life

    Teachers:  Dave Doehring @ 10:30

  • Sunday Night Adult Connection

    Cancled for the Summer

  • Life Groups

    Connecting is hard in finding those lasting friendships.  What if taking one simple step changed everthing? 

    What are LIFE Groups? Life_Groups.docx Fillout Form and turn into the Church Office.  

    LIFE Groups consist of 4 - 8 people who gather together for fellowship, growth in Christ and live out the mission God has given us.  LIFE Groups are how we do life together here at MWC. 

    Life Groups is another way for us to Multiply ourselves into other people. 

    When and Where do LIFE Groups Meet? 

    Groups meet on different days and time throughout the week.  Some meet every week, and some once a month.  Most groups meet in homes, but some meet in Coffee Shops or other local areas. 

    What king of LIFE Groups are available?  

    LIFE Groups: Men, Women, Couples, Young Adults, and Everybody.  Everybody groups are ones that are not specifice to men or women but are open for anyone to join. 

    LIFE Groups are open for anyone to join. 

    LIFE Groups primarily study books of the Bible and how to apply scripture to one's life for transformation.  

    Is Childcare Provided?

    Not all LIFE Groups offer childcare.  However, there are options available.  Some groups have members who share the responsibility of watching the kids, split the cost for a sitter, or make other arrangements.  

  • Wednesday Prayer

    Time: 7:00 PM

    Location: Chapel

    Join us as we have extended time in prayer.

  • Men's Breakfast

    Second Saturday of each month (September - May)

    Time: 8:00 AM

    Director:  John Johnson

  • Women's Breakfast

    Third Saturday of Each Month (October - May)

    Time:  10:00 AM

    Director: Sharon Green

  • Lent

    Preparing for Lent

    Use Lent as a time for introspection, self-examination, and repentance as away to focus on the need for God's grace! 

    Some Background for the Lent Season / Resource by Dennis Bratcher

    The season of Lent has not been well observed in much of evangelical Christianity, largely because it was associated with "high church" liturgical worship that some churches were eager to reject. However, much of the background of evangelical Christianity, for example the heritage of John Wesley, was very "high church." Many of the churches that had originally rejected more formal and deliberate liturgy are now recovering aspects of a larger Christian tradition as a means to refocus on spirituality in a culture that is increasingly secular.

    Originating in the fourth century of the church, the season of Lent spans 40 weekdays beginning on AshWednesday and climaxing during Holy Week with Holy Thursday (Maundy Thursday), Good Friday, and concluding Saturday before Easter. Originally, Lent was the time of preparation for those who were to be baptized, a time of concentrated study and prayer before their baptism at the Easter Vigil, the celebration of the Resurrection of the Lord early on Easter Sunday. But since these new members were to be received into a living community of Faith, the entire community was called to preparation. Also, this was the time when those who had been separated from the Church would prepare to rejoin the community.

    Today, Lent is marked by a time of prayer and preparation to celebrate Easter. Since Sundays celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, the six Sundays that occur during Lent are not counted as part of the 40 days of Lent and are referred to as the Sundays in Lent. The number 40 is connected with many biblical events, but especially with the forty days, Jesus spent in the wilderness preparing for His ministry by facing the temptations that could lead him to abandon his mission and calling. Christians today use this period of time for introspection, self-examination, and repentance as a way to focus on the need for God's grace.  It is also a preparation to celebrate God’s marvelous redemption at Easter, and the resurrected life that we live, and hope for, as Christians.