Events at MPC
On this day we remember that we are one with the Church throughout the world and all ages, and we show this in our worship as tangibly as possible. This means Irish soda bread, Indian naan, Italian focaccia, New York bagels, Palestinian pita, Native American fry bread and much, much more. Debbie Fallehy’s bread-baking Family Life Small Group will contribute a loaf, and you are also invited to bring bread from your family's culinary heritage. Read the Rest...
On Wednesday, Sept 30th at 7pm, New Yorker journalist Larissa MacFarquhar will be at MPC to discuss Strangers Drowning: Grappling with Impossible Idealism, Drastic Choices, and the Overpowering Urge to Help. It's sure to be a thought-provoking, inspiring and challenging evening. Hope you can make it! Read the Rest...
The Latest Word
From our "MPC Family" Sermon Podcast:
A Big Welcome(September 27, 2015)
Rev Ben talks about Jesus’ call to evolve beyond ‘tribal’ limitations and build relationships across ideological lines — but also to speak the hard truth to our own friends and allies.
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 of Neyland Stadium, home of the UT […] Read the Rest...
The Latest from the Family Living weblog (Talitha's Take):
Inter-generational Bible Study(September 16, 2015)
The Rev. Talitha plots her next move: Wednesday night church gatherings! I pitched this idea to you in May, and got enthusiastic support from Session, the Children and Youth Education Committee, and many individuals. So let’s put wings on it and get ready to fly. Intergenerational Bible Study is going to be a Wednesday night […] Read the Rest...