Events at MPC

August Taize Service will be Wednesday, August 5th, 2015

The monthly TAIZÉ MEDITATION SERVICE for August has been moved up to Wednesday, August 5th. There will NOT be a TAIZÉ MEDITATION SERVICE on August 19th. Read the Rest...


Special Event:

August Barbecue Sunday Nights

August Sundays Banner SmallMontclair Presbyterian Church invites you to join our joyful worship at 5 p.m. followed by a tasty BBQ, each Sunday in August. First, we’ll celebrate, contemplate, and sing (loudly!), then dig into delectable savories and sweets sponsored by our church family. Bring veggies or fruit from your garden to share, and definitely bring your kids... Read the Rest...


Special Event:

Vanessa Diffenbaugh Author Talk

vanessa-diffenbaugh-300On Thursday, August 20th at 7pm, Vanessa Diffenbaugh (author of the New York Times bestseller The Language of Flowers) will visit MPC and discuss her new book We Never Asked For Wings. We hope that you’ll be able to join us for what is sure to be a fascinating evening. Read the Rest...

The Latest Word

From our "MPC Family" Sermon Podcast:

Altruism Illustrated(July 28, 2015)

Rev. Ben preaches on John’s version of the ‘feeding of the 5,000′, showing how it calls us to acts of generosity that point not to ourselves, but to something much larger: the kingdom of God.


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The Latest from the Pastoral weblog:

Robert Louis Stevenson and Saint Damien of Molokai(July 28, 2015)

I’ve spent most of the last three weeks on vacation, eight days of which I was in Hawaii. My family stayed on Maui, just north of Lahaina where life centers around and caters to the needs of tourists, but one day I slipped out of vacation mode, and took a day of study leave. I […] Read the Rest...

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

Faith Responding(July 28, 2015)

This morning my phone “pinged” at me with news from Twitter. Twitter is not my favorite social media platform, but it has its uses. I began using Twitter to participate in conversations at General Assemblies of the Presbyterian Church (hence my first twitter handle, the cute “@presbybug”). It’s a way to converse with strangers who […] Read the Rest...