Family Movie Night Friday, December 20th FREE evening of family fun! Popcorn, hot cocoa, cookie decorating, and a showing of the holiday classic The Polar Express on the big screen! At Colt School Auditorium (574 Hope St.) Doors Open: 6:30pm Movie Begins: 7:00pm
Have you ever started a New Year’s resolution only to only get two months in and then fall back into your old habits? Or maybe you thought about a New Year’s resolution but never even started? Well, as James K.A. Smith argues in his book, You Are What You Love, we are more than thinking […]
One of the first topics we pray for at our Sunday evening service is the word ministry of our church. Why? We believe that the Scriptures are essential to everything we do. Our church is built upon Christ and His word. When God’s word is center, it communicates something about us: the power of salvation […]
Wednesday at 7pm, we’ll be welcoming Derek Bass of Tyndale Seminary in Amsterdam to update us and share more about his ministry. Derek is one of our supported workers. Join us for a time of presentation and conversation as we get to know Derek more, learn more about the good work at Tyndale, and support […]
Christianity Explored is an informal and relaxed seven-week course. It’s for anyone who wants to think about the meaning of life. It’s run by ordinary Christian people local to Bristol. You don’t need to know anything about the Bible, and you won’t be asked to pray or sing. You can ask any question you like, […]
Email Us at MHCBristol@gmail.com for more details
God’s word speaks to parenting issues we face. Parenting does not have to be overwhelming. God has a great plan for your family. In our day together you will gain a broad overview of what Scripture has to say along with some wisdom in how to apply it to your unique situation. What Will We Cover? […]
This Sunday, after the morning service, we’ll be gathering for a potluck lunch at the St. Mike’s Parish Hall, followed by our regularly scheduled members’ meeting.
Join us Easter Morning at 10am as we celebrate the hope-announcing resurrection of Jesus our Lord! We will consider the reality and struggle of doubt, and how Jesus engages our doubt to make us hope-filled people in a cynical world. “…blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.” (Jesus)
Join us for a service of contemplation upon the message and meaning of the cross of Christ. During this time we will walk through the story of Jesus’ betrayal, trial, crucifixion, and burial and sing classic hymns inspired by this event. *Childcare will be provided for infants and toddlers. **Refreshments to follow.