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sunday, november 14   after each service

what happens at the meeting?

The congregational meeting is a public meeting. It is open to anyone; and everyone is encouraged to attend. We will present our 2022 financial plan and vote on Deacons for the next year. Your participation and prayers for our church and its leaders are encouraged.

who is eligible to vote?


15 years and older

Active members at Macomb for six months or more

what are we voting on?


2022 Financial Plan


what are their roles?

Deacons:  Lead, recruit, train, and offer spiritual encouragement. Deacons set an example in service and leadership. They serve a two year term.

Current Deacons: Amanda Dodge, Tom Pfeiffer, and Kent Wagner

the nominees are:


Amanda dodge

Amanda is currently the Kid's Director at Macomb, served in Student Ministry and is currently leading a LIFE Group. Her daily job is teaching Pre-K in the Southfield area. Her passion is children and loves to see them grow. She loves to spend time with her friends and family and reading.

Steve Cameron

Steve has been a member at Macomb for over 22 years and is married to his wife Laurie of 25 years. He has five children and six grandchildren. As a former Deacon, Steve oversaw the Outreach Team. He served in a variety of ministries including Students, Tweens, Men's, Prayer, Stephens Ministries and World Outreach Team. Steve recently retired from the FBI. Steve also loves to spend time in fellowship with friends and family over a good game of Euchre, playing fantasy hockey with his youngest son and friends, or going on mission trips with his wife. 

voting materials

2021 in review

2021 was a year of recovery. As we were faithful, God continued to serve through us in our world. It was a challenge. The effects of COVID in 2020 continued into 2021. But through it all, here are some of the things we saw God do this year:

  • We average 309 weekly online views

  • Average monthly in-person attendance grew from 155 in January to 231 in October

  • 13 people made decisions to be baptized so far this year

  • We’ve added 11 new members to our congregation

  • 12 current LIFE Groups are meeting for growth and discipleship

  • June Volunteer Appreciation Dinner = 60 people attended

  • March MCREST fed 30 guests for a week in their COVID alternative program

  • Summer Night Kids Program ministered to 30 kids this summer

  • May Church Work Day = 45 volunteers

  • Completely remodeled the original part of our facility.

  • Repainted the hallways at Schwarzkoff Elementary

  • 40 cars participated at our Easter Road Rally for families

  • 10 people went on a mission trip to Ghana. We funded and helped finish a second church building

  • Our Sunday morning Kids programs now meet both hours on Sunday morning (33 avg. in January, 47 avg. in October)

  • Celebrated Church on Our Lawn in July  with 197 in attendance

  • Packed 41,000 meals to give away at our Food Packing event in February

  • Sent 94 industrial-sized bags of clothes through Master Provisions in our Clothing Drive with the help of 40 volunteers. These will minister to 3,500 people in Togo, Africa, and impoverished America.

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