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Thanks to our God and James Chapel of Clintonville we were able to celebrate another baptism with our MCC family last week end.

Geneva, Chase Abby and Doug all were buried with Christ and raised to newness of life!!!!!! Praise God!!!

Well Folks it's official!

McElhenney Community Church is now the owner of record for what was formally the McElhenney Presbyterian Church. We have watched in amazement as God has blessed us with a building to meet in and then how he moved to make it ours. We will begin our remodeling project soon and are eager to see how God will be using us to share the love of Christ in the Grassy Meadows Area in the coming year. TO GOD BE THE GLORY!


Once again we are Blessed by God to have somewhere to meet during our building remodel, so for the next few months we will be meeting a the Smoot Elementry School until our facelift is complete. Thanks to everyone for their patience, I promise, it will all be worth it. Service times are the same. 9:30 coffee and fellowship, followed by our main service at 10:00, followed by more fellowship and hugs all around.

Can’t wait to see you all there. God’s Best!

5 more Baptisms on Sunday!!!

Once again Blessed by God’s Goodness as we experienced several of our young people being Buried with Christ and raised to Newness of Life. To God be all the Glory, Thank You, Jesus!

Another Miracle!!!!! to Proclaim Who Our God Is.

After praying on Wednesday at our bible study for Little Preston who had a lump on the side of his head, we received another reason to Praise God. The results of what all the doctors agreed would be cancer came back BENIGN. As Doc Chris Martin put it ” All the physicians knew it was cancer. What they were not counting on was GOD stepping in! “

Wednesday Nights Bible Study

Always a great time of fellowship and learning, come as you are. Where in the book of Revelations right now.

We celebrated our 1 year anniversary recently and continue to grow as a body of believers and church family.