Guys Game Night
Guys Game Night
We’ll spend the evening playing pool, ping-pong and air hockey. Bring $5 if you’d like pizza. Dessert and coffee will be served. Invite your friends, guys of all ages. Contact Bob Mueller email@example.com if you have any questions.
Family Movie Night
Grab your family, invite your friends and join us Friday, May 8 at 7pm for a FREE OUTDOOR EVENT. Bring a blanket and/or lawn chair for seating.
S'mores, popcorn and drinks available beginning at 6:30pm. Our feature presentation "Big Hero 6" will begin promptly at 7pm Click here to see a review from Focus on the Family about our movie selection.
Don't miss out on a fun night!
Men’s Breakfast – Saturday, May 8 from 8-9:30am, Fellowship Hall
Join us for a Men’s Breakfast and hear guest speakers Jim Hutchison and Johnny Graves share with us an important message titled "Back to the Future - The Power of Intergenerational Relationships." Throughout Biblical tradition there is a pervasive sense that all generations—from the youngest to the oldest—were typically present when faith communities gathered for worship, reading of Scripture, prayer, service to those in need, and support of one another. It can be incredibly powerful when we are intentionally intergenerational—making it a priority to foster relationships, share our faith, and tell stories. Join us for a great time of growing, sharing and connecting. For more information, contact Bob Muller, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the church office.
MBC Senior Luncheon provides a time of food, fun and fellowship to seniors within our church and neighboring communities. This month will feature a presentation from The Seeing Eye guide dog school based in Morristown. Bring your favorite salad, casserole, dessert or bread to share. Socks are also being collected for the Relief Bus. Join us for another time of food, fun, and fellowship.
MBC Kids Summer Adventure
Jambo - Welcome to Camp Kilimanjaro!
Every day we are faced with a variety of options. What kind of decisions will we make? What will we base our choices on? Will we choose for the immediate or the future? With others in mind or our own personal desires?
Set your compass for Africa and join us for a week of Bible Adventure as we share an epic expedition through the book of Proverbs and learn to make wise choices. We'll begin/end each daily at our base camp, play games in the grassland, experiment with science in the safari, and snack in the summit.
Get your gear ready and trek on over to MBC and get ready to have some FUN!
MBC Kids Summer Adventure is open to all children entering K - 6th grade. It is designed to give campers an opportunity to explore and grow in their faith in a fun, safe and loving environment. Nursery & Preschool programs are available for children of volunteers and students of Little Footprints Learning Center.
2015 program fees:
Early registration is open NOW – May 31
$10 per child/max $25 per family
Registration June 1 – June 30
$15 per child/max $40 per family
Late registration July 1 – July 17
$20 per child
To print a registration form, click here. Please return to the MBC main office or MBC Kids Sunday morning check-in station.
PAYMENT INFORMATION: Scholarships are available upon request. On-line payment link is included in the confirmation email after registration information is completed. Cash and/or check payments should be made in person to the MBC main office. Please make checks payable to MBC and write Summer Adventure in the memo line.
T-SHIRTS: T-shirts are available for campers ($8) and volunteers ($10). Please note, t-shirts are available for pre-order through the payment website and must be paid for by June 1 to be guaranteed. After that time, t-shirts are available on a first-come, first serve basis by contacting Jen Roth.
What happens on a typical Summer Adventure day?
Each day kicks off with the whole camp together for high-energy music that gets everyone moving and grooving! Then campers rotate through stations all over our campus for games, snack, activities/hands-on projects, and more. Each day concludes with a wrap up session for all the campers to recap the day’s theme and activities and build enthusiasm for the next day.
Mark your calendar to join us on Friday night at 7pm to celebrate the week with your child at the Summer Adventure FX - "Family Experience"!
Questions? Contact: Jen Roth
Music Camp 2015
Music Camp 2015
*Monday start time is 8:30am Tuesday - Friday: 9am – 1:30pm each day
The Pirates of the I Don't Care-ibbean:
Join us August 10-14 for Music Camp. Music Camp is open to children entering 2nd grade-8th grade. It is a week long camp which teaches the children the music and choreography. In addition to performance techniques, the children have the opportunity to meet new friends, share in fun activities (such as Water Day and Carnival Day), and learn the behind the scenes of presenting a musical. There is also a devotion time where the kids see hands on illustrations of the impact God has in our lives.
About the Musical: Jeff Smith's children's musical, Pirates of the "I Don't Care"-ibbean, is sure to be a big hit especially if your kids love the hilarious "silly songs" from VeggieTales, the Pirates of the Caribbean Disney movies and Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie. The musical will reach not only kids, but your congregation with a great message of the Gospel. The story is set inside Pirate Park, home of the Plattsburg Pirates (not to be confused with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Jeff's favorite baseball team!). It is a pirate night at the stadium and families are in the bleachers dressed as pirates to support their woefully bad team.
Similar to Dorothy traveling back to the Land of Oz, the story starts with a dream sequence where a young fan named Andy gets hit in the head with a baseball and travels to a fantastical island in the Caribbean called Johnny Bay. As the story unfolds, you learn that the pirates don't remember anything about their past or how they came to Johnny Bay. All they know is that they are required to guard the captain's treasure from anyone who may want to steal it away. Creator Jeff Smith wants kids to learn that, "You are not created to be on a deserted island, guarding someone else's treasure. Your real treasure is in heaven, not on earth. Avarice is a tool of the enemy to keep you from becoming all God created you to be on earth. In the story, Andy exposes the lies of the evil captain and helps the pirates assume their rightful place on the sea." During a time when pirate movies are popular, this musical will connect with kids as well as adults and draw them in to something that is both fun and spiritually educational.
How Much Does It Cost?
The cost is $70/student, with a family discount available for two or more siblings ( 2 children = $130 total,
3 children = $180 total, 4 children = $240 total.). To receive the discount, please enter code 2KIDS for $5/off per child
for families with 2 children. Enter code 3PLUS for $10/off per child for families with 3 or more children.
Scholarships are available. Contact Lenore Tosi, email@example.com, for more information, before July 1.
Please be sure to call the church office 908-647-0594 before picking up your registration packet to ensure that it is ready.
Click HERE to register!
What About Auditions?
Auditions for dramatic and solo parts Sunday, June 28, from 1pm - 5pm (in 10 minute increments) in the Youth and Family Ministry Building-Great Room. Please contact Lenore Tosi, firstname.lastname@example.org, to reserve a spot.
When is the Performance?
The performance dress rehearsal is 11am on August 14. The performance is on Friday, August 14 at 7pm at Millington Baptist Church and is open to the public. Tickets are not required.