Bible Studies & Events: Women's Ministries
Finding Hope in Fragile Places.
Twice every Tuesday!
Growing our faith in community
The Women's Ministries has launched an exciting season of community, camaraderie and biblical study. This Fall we will be digging deep, twice every Tuesday, for early morning and evening sessions.
Tuesday evenings, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
The Evening Edition will be doing a study on Angela Thomas's "Stronger: Finding Hope in Fragile Places." This study will bring together strong, biblical teaching and practical application. This series will encompass 7 sessions over 14 weeks. We will learn that we do not need to live in weakness because God is stronger than any struggle we will face. Because of Jesus Christ, our lives have been hidden in Him, made alive in Him, filled in Him, and brought near to God through the power of the cross! You do not want to miss this amazing opportunity to grow through studying God's Word in community.
Tuesday mornings, 9:15am -11:30am
If you can't make it on Tuesday Evening then there are other opportunities on Tuesday morning...
Desperate: Hope for the Mom Who Needs to Breath
If you are a mom who needs encouragement, then this study is for you! This is a study based on the story of an older mom who knows what it is like to be stressed out by family life. This resource will offer encouragement and lift the spirits of any woman feeling isolated, frazzled, or depressed about the throes of parenting.
Romans: The Letter that Changed the World
Of all the letters ever written, none has been read by more people or had a more profound effect on the world than a letter the apostle Paul wrote 2,000 years ago to a small, young church in Rome. In it Paul clearly challenged the thinking of everyone in the civilized world of his day. From Caesar to religious leaders to commoners, Paul confronted their thinking about life and religion, and offered them a clear presentation of what the Christian faith is all about. Join your Day of Discovery hosts Mart DeHaan and Jimmy DeYoung as they take you to visit archaeological remains from the Roman Empire where this epistle was written and find out what millions of others have discovered about life and hope. You'll discover that the message of Paul's letter is still as timely today as when it was first written.
Questions or need more information? Email the MBC Women's Ministry Leadership Team at email@example.com.
The Women's Ministry provides opportunities for women from MBC and the surrounding community to connect, grow in their faith, discover ways to partner in ministry, and give back to others.
Are you looking for a place to connect with other women while discovering God's Word together? Bible studies meet on Tuesday morning and evening in our Youth & Family Ministry Building on campus. We also host various events for women throughout the year. We are passionate about helping women build relationships with God and each other.
If you would like to get involved please contact our Women's Ministry coordinator, Kim Radha.
Friday, October 16 @ 12 Noon to 2 PM
MBC Senior Luncheon provides a time of food, fun and fellowship to seniors within our church and neighboring communities. 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.
For this Luncheon:
The Raptor Trust presents: “Sharing the World with Raptors.”
Come and enjoy a slideshow and a visit from a real live bird of prey. Bring a friend, your favorite salad, casserole, dessert or bread. We will continue to collect tube socks and personal hygiene items for The Relief Bus. For more information, call the church office 908-647-0594.
Trunk or treat
Trunk or Treat
Join us for a fun-filled Fall event: full of games, face painting, candy, and lots more!
Join us on Friday, October 30th from 6-9pm for an event that is sure to get the kids excited.
Trunk or Treat offers a kid-friendly night of activities that all can enjoy in a safe, outdoor environment. It will be a great night, featuring games, face painting, snacks, candy and so much more! Invite your friends, neighbors and anyone with small children to share fun and community with us.
Join us for a combined service on Thanksgiving Eve.
Thanksgiving in community.
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. 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!
The service starts at 7 pm Wednesday.