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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 normally have créche and children's club (for those in Primary School) available during our service but sadly, with Covid restrictions, we are unable to do so at the moment. Kids are still very welcome but parents will need to keep them with them during the service. With current government guidelines, attendance must be pre-booked by emailing us at between 9.00am on Monday and 12.00pm on Thursday of each week. We are currently able to accommodate 40 people per service.

During our Sunday Services, MCC runs both a Crèche for under 5’s and a Kid’s club (JAM) for those of primary school age. Both are held in rooms just up from our worship area.

MCC Home Groups are gatherings of 8-12 people that meet on Wednesday evenings in Maynooth, Celbridge, Leixlip, Dunboyne and Kilcock. They are a great place to get together for encouragement, support, Bible Study and prayer.


MCC is delighted to have third level students as part of our church family. Along with a warm welcome to our services, students have their own ministry and events  running throughout the year such as fresher gatherings, student lunches, outings and Home Groups.

Venture is MCC’s Youth Group for 12-17 year olds. It meets from 7.00-9.00pm on Friday evenings on the first floor in Manor Mills. Games, food and fun centre around a discussion or talk about faith and the bible.
As well as our own programme, VENTURE participates in our Presbytery and National Youth events including the annual MAD Weekend at the University of Ulster in Coleraine.

If you are new to Christianity, our Discover the Gospel section provides some short introductions to the Bible, the message of Jesus, why we can trust it, and what following Jesus means for our lives.


MCC’s Alpha Course is a ten week introduction to Christianity. Held in churches all over the world, the Alpha Course is the perfect place either to begin exploring Jesus’ message or to refresh your understanding of the basics of his teaching. Our next Alpha will be coming in the autumn. Please click the graphic above for more details.

MCC's New Building Project

We are delighted that our new building programme has now received planning permission and we are close to finalising the purchase of our site here in Maynooth. Click above if you would like to find out some about our exciting new project.

Information and updates about the Mission Partners MCC supports from our annual Mission Fund.

“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


About Us

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Our Leadership Team 

How MCC is organised




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