A Super Week at MCC!

Wednesday, January 28th

Mid-week Connect!on

Join us for our Mid-week Connect!on!  We have groups from Adults through Nursery, and we invite you to join us as we study God’s Word together.  The children in Grades K-5 have Discovery Club.  The Youth (Grades 6-12) are studying the New Testament book of Hebrews.  The Adults are  studying  Jesus’ “best known sermon,” the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7).  We begin at 7:00 PM.

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Saturday, January 31st

Fusion (Youth)

We invite all YOUTH in Grades 6-12 to meet at 5:00 p. m. on Saturday in our youth group, Fusion! This meeting will take the place of our regularly scheduled Sunday afternoon meeting.  Sage Moody and Kim Pollard will lead the group in a time of fun, fellowship, and study.

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Movie Night

Join us at 6:30 PM for a FREE movie. The featured presentation is When The Game Stands Tall which tells the story of legendary football coach Bob Ladouceur, who took the De La Salle High School Spartans from obscurity to a 151-game winning streak that shattered all records for any American sport. Plus, there will be popcorn, snacks, and drinks, and they’re all FREE too. So invite a friend. Did we mention it’s FREE?

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Sunday, February 1st

Bible Study/Worship

At 9:30 AM, we have Bible Study and Sunday School for all ages. Our children from new-borns  through 5th grade meet in the education wing of the Main Building (go in through the side door). Enthusiastic and prepared teachers look forward to teaching your children. Our youth in Grades 6-12 meet in their Sunday School class which is also off of the education hallway.

We have two adult Sunday School classes. One meets in the Main Building and is currently studying the book, The Pursuit of Holiness, by Jerry Bridges. A second class meets in the Fellowship Hall and is studying the book God Does Immeasurably More by Bob Russell.

At 10:30 AM, adults meet in the Worship Center to sing praises to God, share in the Lord’s Supper, and study God’s word together. Children from infants through 5 years old meet in the education wing for a time of crafts and games. Children in Grades 1-5 meet in the Worship Center for the first half of the worship service. During the Message time, they join the younger children in the education wing for an age-appropriate lesson time of their own.

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Souper Bowl of Caring

Also, THIS Sunday, bring your canned goods and financial donations for the Souper Bowl of Caring. Every dollar donated and every can collected will go to LiCS, Lexington Interfaith Community Services.
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Message Series:  Brick by Brick:  Building a Successful New Year

It’s that time of year again.  Time for new year’s resolutions and promises that this year will be different.  Don’t we all enter 2015 hoping and praying that it will be a “successful year.”  How can we build a successful new year?  To answer that question, we want to turn to a book in the Old Testament in which a man helped the people of God to complete a successful building project.  The book shares the man’s name—Nehemiah.   Nehemiah left an important position in the Persian Empire in order to go back to Jerusalem to lead the project of rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem.  As we study this portrait of Nehemiah, we’ll learn some lessons about our own construction projects as we seek to build a successful new year.  Below are the messages for February.

February 1:  Overcome Opposition
February 8:  Follow the Instructions
February 15:  Make a Commitment
February 22:  Celebrate God’s Victories

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Soup Dinner

We will gather after worship in the Fellowship Hall for a covered dish dinner…a Soup Dinner. Bring your favorite soups, salads, desserts, drinks, or other items for the “non-soup lovers.” Bring plenty to share with all.

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This week at MCC!

Wednesday, January 21st

Mid-week Connect!on

Join us for our Mid-week Connect!on!  We have groups from Adults through Nursery, and we invite you to join us as we study God’s Word together.  The children in Grades K-5 have Discovery Club.  The Youth (Grades 6-12) are studying the New Testament book of Hebrews.  The Adults are beginning a new study on Jesus’ “best known sermon,” the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7).  We begin at 7:00 PM.

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Sunday, January 25th

Bible Study/Worship

At 9:30 AM, we have Bible Study and Sunday School for all ages. Our children from new-borns  through 5th grade meet in the education wing of the Main Building (go in through the side door). Enthusiastic and prepared teachers look forward to teaching your children. Our youth in Grades 6-12 meet in their Sunday School class which is also off of the education hallway.

We have two adult Sunday School classes. One meets in the Main Building and is currently studying the book, The Pursuit of Holiness, by Jerry Bridges. A second class meets in the Fellowship Hall and is studying the book God Does Immeasurably More by Bob Russell.

At 10:30 AM, adults meet in the Worship Center to sing praises to God, share in the Lord’s Supper, and study God’s word together. Children from infants through 5 years old meet in the education wing for a time of crafts and games. Children in Grades 1-5 meet in the Worship Center for the first half of the worship service. During the Message time, they join the younger children in the education wing for an age-appropriate lesson time of their own.

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Message Series:  Brick by Brick:  Building a Successful New Year

It’s that time of year again.  Time for new year’s resolutions and promises that this year will be different.  Don’t we all enter 2015 hoping and praying that it will be a “successful year.”  How can we build a successful new year?  To answer that question, we want to turn to a book in the Old Testament in which a man helped the people of God to complete a successful building project.  The book shares the man’s name—Nehemiah.   Nehemiah left an important position in the Persian Empire in order to go back to Jerusalem to lead the project of rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem.  As we study this portrait of Nehemiah, we’ll learn some lessons about our own construction projects as we seek to build a successful new year.  Below are the messages for January.

January 4:  Discover a Clear Vision
January 11:  Undertake Your Mission
January 18:  Defeat Discouragement
January 25:  Care for Others

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Fusion (Youth)

We invite all YOUTH in Grades 6-12 to meet at 4:00 p. m. in our youth group, Fusion! Sage Moody and Kim Pollard will lead the group in a time of fun, fellowship, and study.

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