Events at MPC

Deadline Date Change for Contact Newsletter

NEW CONTACT DEADLINE SCHEDULE: There is a schedule change for the deadline for future Contacts. It will now be on Mondays at 3pm. Contact will continue to go out on Wednesdays. Read the Rest...

 

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Sunday Celebration: Back to 10am in Sept

4.8.2015 Easter SundayJust a reminderL we will resume our 10:00am Celebration services in September. Make sure to mark your calendars for 10:00 service starting Sunday, September 6th. This will be a great service -- we will even have the Barrelhouse Jazz Band with us. Hope to see you there, nice and early. Read the Rest...

 

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Hiring a Godly Play Teacher

 wondering togetherThis spring, the Session of MPC decided to approve the hiring of a part-time Godly Play teacher to work with our team of talented volunteer teachers and with Associate Pastor, Talitha G. Phillips. The decision made in April was dependent on funding. Now that we have a budget approved for the 2015-2016 fiscal year... Read the Rest...

 

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Family Life Small Groups Registration

MPC Family Life First FinalSign up begins soon for Small Groups: register during Family Hour starting this Sunday! Small Groups are a way to get to know your church family better... sign up for a knitting group, redwoods restoration, grandkids get-togethers, wine & theology and more. What better ways could there be to build relationships with your church family? Read the Rest...


The Latest Word

From our "MPC Family" Sermon Podcast:

Everyone Is Welcome(August 30, 2015)

Scripture: Acts 8: 26-40

Change can trigger conflict and inclusion can bring push back. But, when we are an inclusive church, a welcoming church, we are a faithful church.

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The Latest from the Pastoral weblog:

Knoxville, Cupertino and the Church(August 5, 2015)

Last week I spent the better part of four days in Knoxville, Tennessee, at a national gathering of Presbyterians on the campus of the University of Tennessee. We held meetings in university classrooms, we ate in one of the university’s dining halls and we worshiped in the shadow Neyland Stadium, home of the UT Volunteers […] Read the Rest...


The Latest from the Family Living weblog (Talitha's Take):

I was a Stranger, and You Welcomed Me(August 5, 2015)

It’s visitor season at MPC! Thanks in large part to our friendly outreach booth at the farmer’s market, and also to all the friends who say “my church does this fun thing in the summer… you should come…” our August Sundays are a major draw for new visitors. Come to think of it, maybe it’s […] Read the Rest...