We believe that the church is healthy when all members are actively involved (Romans 12:4-8). Please contact Mark Weber or another ministry leader to see where your talents and gifts can be used.
Below is a list of volunteer opportunities at MPCC.
This important ministry is led by Chuck Norris (no, not THAT Chuck Norris). Volunteers in this ministry welcome people into the building, guiding them where to go and making them comfortable. There is always more room for people to get involved in this ministry.
The missions team meets monthly and is led by Rob Pal. Members of the missions team stay in contact with missionaries that the church supports. They also plan new ways for our church to reach out with Christ's love to our community and world.
If you are interested in serving the church through maintaining the facilities, please contact Casey McCormick about getting involved.
We are currently looking for more volunteers to serve in the nursery ministry on Sunday mornings. Please call the church office if you are interested in working in this ministry.
Cleaning the Building
Our church is cleaned and maintained by volunteers. As our facility has grown, so has our need for new volunteers in this area. Let us know if this is an area you would like to serve.
We are currently looking for more people to be on the rotation for running the sound board during the worship service. If you have experience or interest in this area, please contact the worship minister, MJ Brand.
Musicians and Singers
There is always room for more instrumentalists and vocalists in the worship ministry.
Big Wednesday is a high-energy program for pre-school through fifth grade that meets during the school year from 6:00-7:30pm. Nearly 100 children as well as dozens of adults are involved in this ministry. If this is a ministry you would like to help with, please contact Rob or Jill Siebert.
Have a talent in the arts? Like to act? Like to paint? Like to interior design? Like anything else artsy? If so, you should sign up for the Creative Arts team. Contact Tracy Dyer for more info.