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Seven Reasons We Have a Sunday Evening Service

Sunday evening church services aren’t exactly en vogue. They haven’t been for a few decades (at least). They certainly aren’t recommended by the church growth experts. For many, they’re seen as redundant, inconvenient, and unnecessary. We disagree. Sunday evening service is a great opportunity for the church. Here are 7 reasons why we have a […]

Helping A New Church

Throughout the New Testament we see how churches care for one another. One of the ways this care is displayed is through financial support (Rom. 15:25-26, 1 Cor. 16:1-3). By helping other like minded churches, we are easing their burdens and, as a result, helping them be devoted to declaring and displaying the gospel. Our […]

Upcoming Meeting

Every two months, we gather as a church to exercise the office of membership as we oversee the various facets of ministry we’ve been entrusted with. If you are a covenant member of MHC, please make every effort to prioritize this time as we seek to live out God’s vision for His Church (Eph.3:10). June […]

Intro to MHC – March 17 & 25

“…you yourselves, as living stones, are being built into a spiritual house for a holy priesthood to offer spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ.” (1 Peter 2:5) At MHC, we believe that Christians are better together! We believe that membership (1 Cor. 12; Rom.12) is much more than a formality or a name on […]

Celebrating Partnership

On the evening of December 11th, 3 churches from Bristol, Providence, and Cape Cod,  gathered together to celebrate our partnership in the gospel, and to be encouraged toward increased partnership in the coming year. This post is an adaptation from a sermon given by Philip Van Steenburgh, church planting pastor at Grace Harbor Cape Cod.  […]

Lottie Moon Christmas Offering

On December 18th, during both morning and evening gatherings, we will be taking up a special collection for the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. 100% of proceeds go directly to missionaries and their work. This Christmas season, let us remember, believe, and practice the words of our Savior – “It is more blessed to give than to […]

Culture of Discipleship (part 4)

In our series of posts about a culture of discipleship, we’ve considered the necessity of building a culture of discipleship as opposed to a “program culture” that only perpetuates a consumer mentality. We also considered how a culture of discipleship is both informal and formal, and how both aspects are helpful in nurturing the other. […]