WHO WE ARE
HOW WE DO IT
All churches seem to have events or habits or markers that begin to define them. MMCC has three regular activities that are essential to who we are and who we are becoming.
Sunday Morning Gatherings | A people must gather regularly to form community. Just being together connects us as a church. On Sundays, we reset ourselves, individually and collectively, on God’s grace and mercy and love - and His call to reflect His grace and mercy and love to a broken world.
Rows to Circles | While Sunday morning gatherings connect us at some level, it is not possible to build healthy relationships where we truly know others and are known by others only on Sunday mornings. Moving from the rows on Sunday mornings to circles (smaller groups) helps us to encourage one another, support one another, pray for one another, rejoice with one another, mourn with one another and love one another. Groups take on many forms, but they are essential to our development of a community.
Missional Engagement | Loving others with no strings attached isn’t just a catchy phrase that makes us feel better about ourselves - it is an essential movement in the life of our community. We work to find regular, practical ways to love others in our city and around the world. If we fail to do this, we fail to be a Christ-centered church. To see some of the partnerships we have formed, click here.