MBC is serving meals at MSM
on November 17-21

Serve with Market Street Mission

Market Street Mission (MSM) ministers to the homeless, helpless, and hopeless in northern NJ by meeting their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs through a structured program which enables them to lead responsible, productive lives.
MSM provides food, shelter, clothing and other necessities, and meets emotional and spiritual needs with guidance and life change programs.

Volunteers from MBC help with meal service on a monthly basis (5 dinner meals) and Thrift Store merchandising and assistance. Dates to serve in November 2014:

Monday, November 17

Tuesday, November 18

Wednesday, November 19

Thursday, November 20

Friday, November 21

Contact the MBC Volunteer Coordinator: Jim Flood jimflood@comcast.net  - or use localministries@millingtonbaptist.org.

Eyeglass Need at Market Street Mission: Many men who come to the Mission for help have poor eyesight. We are collecting and recycling glasses in an effort to help the men in our recovery program with vision loss. If you no longer need your used glasses, please consider donating them to the Market Street Mission. By donating them you can give a gift of vision to someone in need. You can drop off your used glasses at the front desk of the Mission located at 9 Market Street in Morristown, ship them to MSM or call to arrange for a pick up. Contact Nancy Motley at 973-538-6337.

Thanksgiving Eve Service
November 26

Thanksgiving Eve Service

As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, MBC will host a community Thanksgiving Eve worship service as we express our collective gratitude to an incredibly gracious and loving God. Area churches will come together and give thanks for all that God has done.

The service starts at 7 pm Wednesday. This is a casual service open to anyone in the community; everyone is welcome. Even if you aren't a member of any of the area churches, we would still love for you to come!

There will be no childcare. We encourage your family to sit together and enjoy the service. A Parents’ Room is available, when needed, for parents with infants and toddlers. Stay afterwards for a Dessert Social in the Lower Level. Bring a tasty dessert to share. We'll have hot coffee and cider. Come be a part of this holiday gathering!





Cookies for a Cause
December 6
10am- 1pm


Cookies for a Cause



box1     /bäks/


  1. a container with a flat base and sides, typically square or rectangular and having a lid.

"a cereal box"






We fill them up at holiday times with presents or our belongings when we move to a new home. We package them up to be pretty for a birthday. Our kids use them as toys. But what if a box was your home, your place of rest or escape from reality?

Women’s Ministries invites you to join in bringing Christmas cheer through a taste of home this holiday season to those less fortunate. You can help by baking three to six dozen home-­made cookies. (The cookies should not exceed 3" in di­ameter.) Then, join us on December 6 for a time of celebration as we pack and wrap the cookies in boxes. Stay for lunch following our packing session. Boxes are distributed through Market Street Mission in Morristown and The Relief Bus which serves in NYC and Newark.


Please sign up for your attendance and/or how many dozen cookies you will provide by emailing the church office or through the connection card at our Sunday morning service. Girls are wel­come to attend, however we request they be seated with their moms, grandmothers, or other adult friends accompanying them.

If you are unable to attend but would like to donate homemade Christmas cookies, please drop them off in the MBC kitchen no later than 1pm on Friday, December 5.

NOTE: If event is canceled due to inclement weather, please bring your cookies to the MBC kitchen by 11:30am on Tuesday, December 9 for boxing.

Living Nativity
December 13

Living Nativity

It was quiet and cold, just an ordinary night, many were tucked into bed. But to a first-time mom and dad, it was the night their son would be born. A night that God would enter the world in the form of a baby.

This Christmas, return to Bethlehem through a rustic remembrance of the birth of our Savior. As the story of Luke comes to life, hear the sounds of the animals, witness the fear of the shepherds as they hear the birth announcement, experience the majesty of the angels in praise and the mystery of the wise men as they travel to meet Him.

Join us December 13, 5-6:30pm for an outdoor living nativity intertwined with your favorite sing-along Christmas carols. Warm up after at our hot chocolate & coffee bar with yummy treats.

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service
December 24


Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

Spend part of your evening at this special worship service celebrating the birth of the Savior. Experience a candle light service with a creative blend of carols and songs, Scripture readings, and a brief Christmas sermon as we remember our greatest Gift. We encourage families to sit together and enjoy the service. A parents room is available for infants and toddlers if needed.

Our annual love-offering will be gathered for our five supported local ministries:

Calvary Bible Chapel Ministries
First Choice Women's Resource Center
Market Street Mission
NYC Relief Bus
World Impact

Living Proof Living: Beth Moore
March 13-14
Atlantic City, NJ

WOMEN - Wanna Get Away?

Join us March 13-14, 2015 for a Living Proof Live event in Atlantic City featuring speaker and author Beth Moore. Through dynamic storytelling and passionate Bible teaching, Beth’s mission is to lead women into a richer, more fulfilling relationship with God through biblical study - guiding them to love and live His Word. This event, now in its 18th year, both challenges and encourages women to grow in their faith.


To see the full schedule of this event, click here.


Registration for this event is required. (click here) To secure your spot, a non-refundable deposit is due by January 15, 2015 with the remaining balance due no later than February 15. Space is limited to 30 guests.


The cost of this event includes include transportation and ticket to/from the event, hotel accommodations, late night snack (Fri) and continental breakfast (Sat). Price is based on number of guests per hotel room. Hotel accommodations have been secured at the Courtyard Marriott of Atlantic City. You will have your choice of roommate(s); however, roommates are assigned where needed. Please note, we will stop for dinner on Friday and lunch for Saturday at a sit down restaurant. The cost of these meals is not included and should be purchased on your own. 


4 pp room - $120
3 pp room - $140
2 pp room - $160

Scholarships are available upon request


For more information or questions, contact Peggy Clabough.