Ladies Tea
May 3

Ladies Tea

How are you celebrating this Mothers Day?

In Olde English society, ladies would gather for tea and share stories, opinions, and news within their communities. The focus was on making deep, loyal and caring connections with other women in the community, finding common ground and helping each other to succeed.

In Genesis, we read God created females for companionship & relationship. (Genesis 2:18) Webster dictionary describes this as one who is closely connected with something similar; to accompany, help, and partner. Ever feel like you need someone to talk to who will understand you and let you be who you are?

Mothers, daughters, aunts, grandmothers, best friends - women play an important role in each other’s lives. From nursery to nursing homes, ladies of ALL ages are invited to join us for a tea on Saturday, May 3 @ 11am. We will spend time learning, laughing and growing with one another in what it means to be a girl/women in today’s culture. Activities will include crafts, photo booth, mother/daughter game, and more!

Please RSVP by April 28 to so we can plan accordingly for food. Questions? Contact

Men's Breakfast
May 17 8-9:30am
Fellowship Hall

Men's Breakfast

Save the Date: Men’s Breakfast – Saturday, May 17 from 8-9:30am, Fellowship Hall

Don't miss this opportunity for a great time of food and fellowship with each other, and a chance to appreciate the impact we can have for the Gospel.

More details to follow about our guest speaker.

Newcomers Lunch
May 18


Newcomers Lunch

On Sunday, May 18 following the 10:30am service, you are invited to join us for lunch in the New Building-Great Room and connect with staff and elders who will be on hand to answer your questions and provide a summary of our vision and the opportunities available for you at MBC.
We hope you'll join us for this casual gathering. Please RSVP to the church office or call 908-647-0594.

Membership Class
June 22

MBC Membership

If the Bible is the cornerstone of our church, then membership is the cement that holds us all together. Both Jesus and Paul pointed us toward membership for our encouragement, our protection, and our instruction. We seek to carry out this vision through our three-step process to join MBC.

Membership Class – All prospective members must attend our Membership Matters class. The curriculum is composed of one 3-hour class in which we cover:

  • Articles of Faith & Doctrinal Positions
  • Church Covenant
  • Vision & Mission
  • Life as a Church
  • Next Steps

The next course is offered on June 22 from 2-5pm in the New Building-Great Room. Upon completion, those who attended are able but not obligated to sign up for a membership interview, the second step of the membership process.

Membership Interview – In a 45 minute meeting, the prospective member meets with an Elder to provide basic biographical information and recount God’s converting work in his or her life. The prospective member would then sign the statement of faith and church covenant, and the application would go to the elders.

Elder Recommendation – At a regularly scheduled elders’ meeting, the pastor will review the applicant’s testimony with the other elders. Upon receiving their collective approval, the candidate’s application proceeds to the next step: congregational affirmation.

Please RSVP to the church office or call 908-647-0594.

Return to the Membership Page

Senior Luncheon Meets Again May 16

Senior Luncheon Meets May 16

You're invited to join us for our monthly gathering of seniors from MBC and the community. We begin at noon with a delicious potluck luncheon together and a time of connection and encouragement.

Our next luncheon is scheduled for May 16.
Dr. Raghu Varma from AstraHealth Center at Lyons Mall will give a presentation on Summer Wellness Tips.

Please bring your favorite salad, casserole, dessert or bread to share. Contact the Church Office with questions or for more information: 908-647-0594.




Connect with a Sunday School Class
All Classes Meeting at 9am


Sunday Morning Adult Sunday School

Looking for a way to get plugged in and connect with others?

Trying out an Adult Sunday School is a great way to get connected at MBC. We have a variety of classes so you can find the one that is the best fit for you. Rooms that begin with a 'C' are located in the lower level of the Church building. Rooms beginning with 'NB' are on the second floor of the new building across the parking lot.

Growing Disciples:
C-105, led by Jack Kraus, Topic: Exodus

Sunday Seminars:
NB-Great Room, led by Rob and Tammy Mittuch. Topic: Acts

Building Disciples:
NB-202* led by Maceo Hemmingway, Topic: Ephesians

Women's Class:
C-104*, led by Barbara Zellman. Topic: Galatians

Men's Class:
C-106*, led by Bruce Hyldahl, Topic: Hebrews


*Note new meeting room for those who attended in the Fall*


Sunday Schedule


Sunday Schedule


9am is dedicated to Sunday School for Adults, Teens and Children. At the 10:30am service, programs will be provided for children nursery—2nd Grade. Children 3rd Grade & older will attend service with their parents.

Worship at MBC is relaxed and reverent. On Sunday morning, you'll see people dressed in everything from jeans to Sunday best. So, wear whatever makes you feel most comfortable. We're up front about the fact that the Bible is our foundation for all that we do. Sermons relate scripture’s old story to the challenges and delights of today. We are to draw from the Scriptures, the great traditions of the faith, and new expressions of the Spirit in order to have God honoring, mutually edifying worship. At MBC, we strive to do this every time we gather.

Music and arts play a large part in our worship combining creative elements, familiar and new hymns, modern worship songs and includes the MBC Choir.

Communion is offered usually at the first Sunday of the month and is open to all who believe in Jesus Christ as Lord, regardless of denominational affiliation or church background.

At Millington Baptist you'll find a mix of people from all life stages and backgrounds. Our church has people from all over central and northern New Jersey who've come with their own unique journey to God.



Relief Bus is meeting on Friday, May 9

Serve with The Relief Bus

The Relief Bus ( consists of two former school buses now customized into mobile resource centers to help the poor and homeless. Friendly faces serve up food and love demonstrating genuine care. This allows volunteers to discover other needs and then connect people to resources and faith-based programs which often transform lives and in many cases actually save lives. The Relief Bus provides a first step to freedom and new life for those in great need.

Volunteers from MBC help prepare the food and then go out on the Relief Bus to Newark, Harlem, and the Bronx on a regular basis - either monthly or more often.


Relief Bus serves again on Friday, May 9 from 5 to 10:30pm


Contact our MBC Volunteer Coordinator Tony Iannacone at

MBC is serving meals at MSM
on April 21-25

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 March 2014:

Monday, April 21

Tuesday, April 22

Wednesday, April 23

Thursday, April 23

Friday, April 24

Contact the MBC Volunteer Coordinator: Jim Flood  - or use


We are still looking for volunteers to help out in the Market Street Mission Thrift Store to help sort, price and display clothing. We also help out in other ways as needed. We work from 1-3 p.m. two Mondays a month. If you would be interested in joining us or finding out more about what we do please contact Rose Ann Hall  or by phone (908) 647-2393. Thank you.