What are Community Life Groups?

Community Life groups are small groups of people who meet with a purpose and are intentional about having spiritual conversations while following Christ. True spiritual growth happens when people connect face to face. That's hard to do in a church row. With MPC Community Life Groups, we encourage people to move from rows to circles, sharing genuine fellowship with other Christians. Real relationships are built out of shared experiences: meals together, conversations, adventures, serving others together, being there for each other when a need arises, and creating memories together. As we follow Christ together, friendships will emerge and true discipleship will take place.

Contact the Life Group leader or the Church Office if you have any questions.

The Upper Room

The Upper Room CLG will be studying Revelation for the next couple of months. New participants are always welcome. Please join us in the room at the back of Calvary Sanctuary. Meetings begin at 8:30 am on Sundays. Please contact Dana Motte if you have any questions.




The Lamplighters will be studying the book of Acts for fall 2023.  We meet on Monday evenings starting at 7:00 pm, and the location will be in the New Beginnings Room at Calvary Center.  Please contact Syndria Lowe or Patty Doane if interested or with questions.


Yahweh Wednesday

Bring a lunch and join us at noon on Wednesdays in Trinity Parlor. We are studying the book of Acts. Contact Pastor Justin for additional information. 

Lunch Ladies

Lunch Ladies meet every other week. They have begun “The 28 Day Prayer Journey- Enjoying Deeper Conversations With God.”  If you have any questions or are interested in joining, please contact Peggy Samarin or Linda Matchett. 



Our new women’s group “She Soars” will meet on Sundays during the Sunday School hour in Trinity Parlor. This group is for moms of school-aged children to cultivate faith, discuss the daily challenges of motherhood, and pray for one another. If you have any questions, please see Jennifer Lupi.