MCCC 

Theme for 2018

Our Identity

We are Disciples of Christ, a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world.  As part of the one body of Christ, we welcome all to the Lord's Table as God has welcomed us.

What do we believe?


The Bible - The guide for Christian Living and Faith

God - Revealed in the Bible and through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Christ - The Son of God; part of God's own divinity, yet fully human; our Savior, with us always.

Public Confession - Of belief in Christ and repenting of sins; acceptance of Jesus into our lives.

Unity - Of all Christians in love of Christ.  Doctrines and human differences should not be allowed to divide believers from each other.

Inclusive Ministry - In the life and work of the church.  All members are "ministers" - entitled to interpret the Scriptures and perform church functions.


The Ordinances of the Gospel


Baptism is...

-For mature individuals who are old enough to make their own decisions.

-By immersion in water - the accepted New Testament practice.

-A public confession of faith in Jesus Christ and commitment to discipleship.

-Symbolic of Christ's death, burial and resurrection, and of faith in life to come.

Romans 6:4


The Lord's Supper (Communion)...

-Celebrated in remembrance of Christ and Christ's life on earth.

-Celebrated in fellowship -- drawing the congregation closer together.

-Celebrated in thanksgiving for forgiveness of sins and renewal of life.

-Celebrated in dedication to Christ's way.


The Lord's Supper is celebrated on Sundays and special occasions.  It is administered by lay people.  All Christians, of any denomination are welcome to participate.

1 Corin. 12:24






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