is at 10.30am in Manor Mills, on the first floor. Our entrance is along the path by the river.
This Sunday, 12th of February, we’ll be heading up to Molesworth Cooktown after our service. We’d love you to come along!
Our new Alpha Course will be starting up on Wed 15th Feb at 7.15pm upstairs in manor mills. For more information about alpha please check out our Alpha Course page. Alpha CourseHow to Find Us
Our Youth Group went on a fantastic week trip this year, heading to Young Life’s brand new camp on Loch Monzievaird in Scotland. The group left from Lucan with another group from Greystones to start the journey. They stopped at Bangor overnight to get to know their fellow irishman with some games and fun.
On Saturday 5th March, MCC was delighted to host this year’s World Day of Prayer Service prepared by the women of Cuba. This year’s theme was “Receive Children, Receive Me” and the reflection was given by our own Mrs Alison King. As you can see from the photos below, the decorations around the theme were a beautiful […]
On Dec 20th 2015 we were delighted to host a special evening of music and song in support of Co. Kildare’s response to the needs of refugees coming into Ireland as a result of international conflict. It was a wonderful occasion and we would like to say huge word of thanks to all who so […]
This Sunday, after our Worship Service, we will be gathering for lunch and our MCC Annual General Meeting. The only required item in an AGM is the presentation and reception of our accounts for the previous year. But, to spice it up a little, in MCC we also give a few reports on how things are […]
MCC were again delighted this year to partner with International Justice Mission at their lunchtime presentation during Social Justice Week on the university campus. Chloe did a great job in presenting “The Locust Effect,” a presentation on why poverty is often the after effects of violence. Many thanks to Louise for all her hard work […]
The Irish Bible Institute held its 2015 graduation on Saturday the 26th of September at the Riasc Centre in Swords. Patrick Mitchell, now the new principal of Belfast Bible College, was the guest speaker and our very own Sinead Hussey was one of those receiving their graduation certificates. It was a lovely afternoon and exciting […]
After many tries we are delighted to say that our new MCC stackable chairs arrived yesterday. They stack 20 high on wheeled trollies and so will be much easier for us to use for our set up. Many thanks to Brian for all his work in getting this sorted.