This Week at MBC

Sunday, October 24th
11:00 am Worship Service
5:30:00 pm Mini-Series "The Chosen" for the Adults & Teens. Children and Preschool program 

Tuesday, October 26th
7:30 pm Men's Bible Study
Wednesday, October 27th
7:00 pm Mission Focus
Thursday, October 28th
7:30 pm  Women's Bible Study
Saturday, October 30th
11:00 am - 12:30 MBC Trunk or Treat
 Sunday, October 31st
11:00 am Worship Service
5:30 pm No Service

Church Schedule Fall 2021    
  • Sunday morning services continue inside, following the most current Health Department advice of lower capacity and distancing
  • Mask is encouraged for all, if vaccinated, not required to wear a mask when moving throughout the building.
  • We will continue to ask our people to stay home when feeling unwell and will offer live-streamed Sunday Morning services.
  • As a church, we will adjust health standards as new information becomes available or if there is an increase in cases in Macomb County.

At Each Service

  • Use the East entrance, ushers will greet you, and sign you in.

  • Wear a mask at entry, as we move about in the building and when we exit. (Masks can be removed while seated)

  • Practice social distancing (6 feet from others not in your family group)

  • Children will remain with their parents/escort to the bathroom, no wandering.

  • Show God's grace as we cooperate with these requirements to protect one another.

Please remain at home and watch Livestream if you are ill or have any respiratory symptoms. The illness is primarily airborne. We are protecting our church family and guests.


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Call the church office and leave a message

(586) 739-2132.  The office hours are 9:00 am - 2:00 pm Monday-Friday.


We are the church, gathered or apart.

Pray for one another, call and check-in, meet needs as you find them. Be wise, be safe, use a mask, use gloves, wash your hands, stay home except for essential business.

Pray more. We are learning much as the Lord allows us to rest and be home.

Pray again. For missionaries, for medical professionals, for police and other first responders, for our military, for our essential workers who serve us daily, for decision-makers in our governments.