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

After a year, the Upper Room CLG is completing its study on spiritual warfare. We plan to begin a new study, yet to be determined, after Easter. You are welcome to join us each Sunday at 9:30 in the Calvary Fellowship Hall. 


Call or email Debbie Elicker if you have questions. 724-554-1793 or bamnpap217@comcast.net. 

Lamplighters

The Lamplighters have just completed their Max Lucado study of Anxious for Nothing.  We are now excited to embark on a Devotional Study, The Chosen – 40 Days with Jesus.  We continue to meet in the New Beginnings Room off the Calvary Sanctuary.  We started the devotional study on February 20 and plan to complete this around the end of April.  If you have interest in joining us, please contact Patty Doane or Syndria Lowe.  Our meeting times are Sunday at 9:30 a.m. 

Yahweh Wednesday

Bring a lunch, and join us at noon on Wednesdays in Trinity Parlor. We are currently studying 2 Samuel. Contact Pastor Justin for additional information.

Yahweh Summer Meeting Dates

June 1 and 22

July 6 and 27

August 17 and 31

Lunch Ladies

The Lunch Ladies continue to meet in Trinity parlor at noon every other Monday. We are doing a study called, Why Easter Matters by Andy Stanley. Any lady is welcome. No books are required. Just bring your lunch! Contact Peggy Samarin or Linda Matchett if you have any questions.