It's a morning dedicated to prayer as we look ahead at the fall. We'll gather in the auditorium and cover the new school year, upcoming baptisms and church ministries in prayer. All are welcome.

If you are in need of support and encouragement, we offer the following levels of support.

Prayer Requests 

If you have a prayer request that you would like our members to pray over, please click here PRAYER REQUESTS

Request a visit

Have you or your loved one been recently hospitalized, moved to a rehab or recovering at home? If you'd like a visit from a minister, deacon or pastoral care volunteer fill out a VISIT REQUEST

Stephen Ministry

Are you in need of...

  • Someone to care?

  • Someone to support you?

  • Someone to listen?

  • Someone to share concerns with?

  • Someone to pray with?


A trained Stephen Minister is ready to help you.  They will not judge or push you to "get better".  Instead, your Stephen Minister will listen and care for you while you work through your feelings.  CONTACT Stephen Ministry


What do Stephen Ministers do?

  • Listen

  • Explore feelings

  • Pray

  • Share Christ's love

  • Maintain confidentiality

  • Attend to the care-giving process and leave the results to God.


They minister to those who are experiencing...

  • Loneliness

  • Loss of a loved one

  • Retirement changes

  • Unemployment

  • Discouragement

  • Childbirth

  • Hospitalization

  • Separation and divorce

  • Terminal illness

  • Being a shut-in

  • In a crisis


What a Stephen Minister is NOT

  • A counselor or therapist

  • A problem solver

  • A casual visitor


How does the referral process work?

  • A person - either you, a relative, or a friend - is hurting and in need of Christian care.

  • The Stephen Ministry Leader learns about this need for care.

  • One of the Stephen Ministry Leaders meets with the person to talk about Stephen Ministry.

  • With the person's permission, the Stephen Ministry Leader assigns a Stephen Minister to meet generally on a weekly basis with the person.

  • The Stephen Minister continues to provide distinctively Christian care for the person in strict confidentiality.


Stephen Ministry is a non-denomination ministry.  You do not have to be a member of MCC to receive the care of a Stephen Minister.

Interested in becoming a Stephen Minister?


Stephen Ministers go through 50 hours of training as well as supervisory meetings and an average of one 1-hour visits per week with the person receiving care.  CONTACT Stephen Ministry

our newest Stephen Ministry caregivers


Our newest members have gone through the training and were commissioned into service! We're so grateful to have such dedicated and caring people ready to give support to those who can benefit from their care.

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