Current Outreach Opportunities
Our World Outreach Team is sponsoring this food collection to support the food pantry at Heritage Church in Sterling Heights.
During this pandemic, so many in our community are struggling to afford food to feed their families. Let's do what we can to keep the pantry shelves full so that the community has a place to get food they desperately need.
Bring nonperishable food, hygiene product, paper towel and toilet paper. There will be someone at the Welcome Center to collect them.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 24: During services
MONDAY, JANUARY 25: 3:00 - 5:00PM
THURSDAY, JANUARY 28: 6:00 - 8:00PM
SUNDAY, JANUARY 31: During services
be the church
We are a church on mission. God created every one of us with a purpose to serve him. And we have some amazing people in our church that God has been using to serve in the community and in the church. They are using their gifts to serve God in a mission to our world. Listen to these videos… God has a place for you just like one of these stories.
One of the ways we keep our church and church grounds looking so good, is with your help! Not only is this a great way to see and meet other Macomb church attenders, it saves the church lots of money by using volunteers. Children are welcome and appreciated, but childcare is not provided.
Sign up and join the fun - rain or shine. We'll be working inside and outside. Bring yard tools if you have them. A home cooked lunch be provided.
We're looking for some talented to join our worship team. Play an instrument? There are openings! Email Rebekah if you're interested!
September 19, 2020
Their beautiful 80 acre campus is a great place for our kids to experience God. This fall, we're making some improvements to the camp so they can get ready for next summer! There is painting, general cleaning, and wood to be chopped. Everything we get done this fall is one less thing they need to do to be ready in the spring. We'll meet at the church at 8:30am and carpool to the camp located in Lapeer, Michigan. Lunch will be provided.
our next blood drive: 2021 tbd
“You can still go out and give blood. We’re worried about potential blood shortages in the future. Social distancing does not have to mean social disengagement.”
U.S. Surgeon General
There is no known end date in this fight against coronavirus and the Red Cross needs the help of blood and platelet donors and blood drive hosts to maintain a sufficient blood supply for weeks to come. In times of crisis, the Red Cross is fortunate to witness the best of humanity as people roll up a sleeve to help those in need. We greatly appreciate the generosity of the public to keep hospital shelves stocked during this uncertain time.
Click here to read all the Red Cross Donation Safety Protocols