Newsletter – September 25th

Newsletter | September 25th, 2020

One Service Announcement

Sunday, October 4th, we will be moving to one service at 10 am. Here is what will be available during this new change:
-Sunday school at 9am for Young Adults and Adults in person and on Zoom (no Sunday school for children yet)
-Childcare will still be available during the worship service.
-More socially distanced seating
We are approaching this new change with caution. We thank you for your patience while we continue to navigate how to best serve the church during this pandemic.

Free Iris Bulbs

Free! Pick up some Iris Bulbs at church this Sunday! Conveniently located outside the doors with a handy plastic bag available for carrying them home. Get yours before they’re gone!

Men’s Discipleship Breakfast

The first Saturday of the month, we will be holding a Men’s Discipleship Breakfast. Breakfast will be 7:30 am – 8 am. 8 am – 8:30 am we will highlighting a godly man in history (Martin Luther, Eric Liddell, and Hudson Taylor). If you will be in attendance, please fill the survey below so we know how much food to prepare: Men’s Discipleship Sign Up

Kayla is also needing two more volunteers (preferably women so the men have an opportunity to join!) to help cook breakfast in the morning. If you are interested, contact her at

Fall Family Festival

It’s that time of year again! We will be hosting our second annual fall family festival Sunday, October 18th starting at 5:30 pm. Please bring a lawn chair or blanket with you if you are planning on attending!

Sunday School

Sunday school will be available in person and on Zoom. For more information, contact

Operation Christmas Child September Update

During the month of September, we are focusing on collecting person hygiene items and clothing. Specific requests: hairbrush, comb, bar soap, washcloth, adhesive bandages, hand wipes, lip balm (not gloss), emery board/nail clippers, stick deodorant, plain t-shirts, flip-flops, sunglasses, hats, hair accessories, socks, wrist watches, and reusable plastic containers/drink bottles.

MH Church Family Teams

Even though things are slowly returning to normal as far as church life goes, we still encourage you to stay in touch with your family teams! This is a great way to get to know others in the congregation, pray for them, and serve them.
If you have questions, or need to be assigned to a family team, please contact

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