is at 10.30am in Manor Mills, on the first floor. Our entrance is along the path by the river.
Archive for October, 2013
Our next membership class is taking place on November 17th. If you’re thinking about becoming a member of MCC, and would like to come along, send us an email at email@example.com for more information.
It’s official – MCC is now meeting in its new home! MCC is now meeting in Manor Mills on the first floor – check out a small selection of photos of the occassion! For more details as to where we are now meeting, click through to this link here.
Last week saw some of our youth group heading up north for a another of PCI’s MAD Weekends. As always there was much fun and plenty of opportunity both to see old friends and to make some new ones. Activities included Zumba Dancing, Cage Football, Circus acts, and there was a fantastic worship event every […]
Pulitzer Prize Winning Author Marilynne Robinson recently travelled to St. Patricks College, Maynooth to deliver a message on Christian Culture. If you happened to miss out on the night, you can listen to it by clicking on her name here: Marilynne Robinson in St Patrick’s This is a deep reflection, well worth the time listening […]
A reminder that we are no longer meeting in the school – we have a new home! See the details below: Location: Manor Mills Shopping Centre 1st Floor Space Directions: As if heading from the main entrance of Manor Mills Shopping Centre, walk towards Main Street. Before crossing the bridge, take a right down towards the lane […]
Are you new to MCC? Want to learn more about how we got started as a church? Want to hear more about what we do and believe? Want to enjoy some great food and fellowship? MCC is delighted to once again host our Newcomer’s Lunch on October 13th at 1:00PM in Keith and Sheena’s Home. Sign up or […]
The Alpha Course once again returns to MCC this autumn. For those of you who don’t a whole lot about Alpha, here’s a little bit of information to get you started: Participants meet weekly, enjoy some tea/coffee and treats and listen to a presentation lasting around 25 minutes. They then break into smaller groups to […]