8:30 am - Early Service
10:30 am - Sunday School and Morning Worship
and Nursery provided) at 10:30
10:30 Middleburg Missionaries Sunday
“Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are
members of my family, you did it to me.” – Matthew 25:40b
Today, we will offer a radical new approach to worship: serving God’s people in need as a form of giving glory to God. Rather than gather in the sanctuary for our normal 10:30 worship service, you will report to your chosen project. Following the completion of mission projects, we will all gather in Fellowship Hall for lunch, an abbreviated worship liturgy including sharing stories, and communion served around the table. Don’t miss this chance to deepen your faith in a new and transformational way! If you have not signed up for a specific project, come anyway - there will be something to participate in.
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A message from our Congregation
Middleburg Heights Community Church is a very friendly congregation who would invite you to join us in calling this your church home. We are an active congregation that reaches out in worship and service as we teach and preach the saving grace of Jesus Christ.
Our members come from diverse backgrounds and walks of life. We are a good mix of active retired people and younger families with children of all ages. The thing we all have in common is our devotion and love for God and the desire to serve his church. We also have a great love for Middleburg Heights Community Church and wish to see its ministry continue to grow and prosper.
We offer many opportunities to become involved in our church from our inspirational Christian education program to our mission outreach activities to participation in one of our choirs. We feel that we truly have a wonderful ministry at this church and want to invite you to discover all the great things this church has to offer.
If you are in the area, we sincerely hope that you stop by to worship with us on Sunday morning.
Please join us.
May God bless you
American Sign Language interpreters at 10:30 service and
congregation members available to assist at other times
WHO ARE WE?
Two words often used to describe the United Church of Christ: freedom and responsibility.
We have been described as "a church that is independent and subject to no temporal authority; but equally as a church that is servant to all and ministers to everyone."
God Bless Everyone - No Exceptions
We are back from our 2014 trip to Lotts Creek - no pictures yet, but take a look at some history:
July 19 – 26, 2014
About 30 people are back from Lotts Creek Community School near Hazard, Kentucky
Why did they go? Annual Mission Trip
To improve substandard housing for our sisters and brothers in need, to work hard, get to know each other and the Lotts Creek community,
and to have fun doing it.
OUR 2012 ADVENTURE
Original Lotts Creek Community School Library and Teacher's Residence