Who We Are
MCC is a community of ordinary people from various backgrounds and traditions who are passionate about following Jesus and living out the message he came to proclaim.
Our desire is to help people discover God’s presence in their lives, connect with others in Christian community, and grow as disciples of Jesus.
Our Sunday Service
MCC’s Sunday worship service is at 10.30am. We meet on the first floor of the Manor Mills Centre in Maynooth. Our entrance is along the river path on the town side of the centre. We use the Maynooth Education Campus entrance. We have créche and children's club (for those in Primary School) available during our service.
MCC’s Alpha is an eight week basic introduction to Christianity. Held in churches all over the world, the Alpha Course is the perfect place to begin exploring Jesus’ teaching. Our next Alpha begins on Thurs 10th October 2019. Click above for more details.
We are delighted that our new building programme is now moving towards our formal application for planning. Click above if you would like to find out some about our exciting new project.
“And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth.” John 1.14
Lord God, You appear to us in unexpected places: In forests and on mountain-tops On city streets and in…
“I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.”C.S. Lewis
A Prayer for the New Day…
Father into my restlessness, bring your calm.
Into my striving, bring your peace.
Into my not knowing, bring your I am, I see, and I know.
Open my eyes to see the details of your love within the ordinary of my day;
The friends and companions who support me with love, and in prayer.
They daily provision of your much and plenty.
The privilege, and pleasure of being able to see and hear, to touch and taste.
Settle me again with a deep understanding that as your child I am enough, that you delight in me, and that under the shadow of your wings I am always safe.
This day I ask afresh that you “drop your still your
still dew of quietness ’till all my striving cease,
so that I can then, by your grace, display within my life the beauty of your peace.” ( J. G.Whittier hymn) In Jesus name I pray. Amen
“We pray for the big things, yet often forget to give thanks for the ordinary and small.”