INTERESTED IN VISITING MBC?
Q: What should I expect?
For most, the beginning point in the MBC experience is Sunday morning. At MBC, you will encounter authentic worship, a life-changing message and real people attempting to live out a real faith in their daily lives. The environment is friendly, casual and inviting. Our weekly Celebration (worship) service blends the comfort and familiarity of traditional hymns and practical teaching with the excitement of contemporary praise choruses and real-life application. Members of MBC also worship by giving, and through prayer and Bible study, which is led Pastor Dennis McNabb.
Q: What time should I be there?
The Celebration service begins at 10:45 on Sunday morning. You should arrive a few minutes early to take a seat and get settled before the service begins.
Q: How do I get there?
The church building is located at the corner of St. Rt. 364 and West Ave. in the town of Middlesex. Click here for map
Q: What should I wear?
Come as you are. We believe God cares more about the state of our hearts rather than our clothes. We’re all about being authentic and real with each other in order to sincerely pursue God. So dress casually and join us in comfort!
Q: What should I do with the kids?
We love your kids and, like you, we want them to have the best celebration experience possible. For 2-year-olds and under we have a nursery staffed by committed volunteers from within our church family. Your children will be well cared for, leaving you to concentrate on the worship experience.
For 3-year-olds up to third graders, we have a Children’s Church program that meets following a special dismissal from the regular service, just before the morning message. This allows children to participate and learn to worship with their parents, then learn more about God's Word in a way they can relate to and understand.
Q: What do I Need to bring?
Many members and guests find that it’s easier and more fulfilling to learn what God has to say about life when they have their own copy of the Bible with them during worship so that they can underline or highlight particular verses for later study. During the teaching, key Bible verses will be displayed on the overhead screen for those who do not have a Bible with them or for those reading a different translation. A simple outline of each Sunday morning’s Bible study is also provided in the weekly bulletin with spaces for personal thoughts and notes on the message.