Adult Ministries

At MCC, we have a place for you no matter where you are on your spiritual journey.  Curious about the Bible, committed Christ-follower, or somewhere in between?  We offer a wide range of opportunities to help you develop authentic relationships both with others and with God.  Below you'll find  a sampling of what we have available for adults at MCC.  

Women's Ministries

Led by our Director of Women's Ministries, Cathy Taylor (cathy@medwaycc.org), we offer opportunities for women to join together for fun, friendship, learning and service.

  • BeTween Moms:  This group serves to inform and equip parents of 'tween and teen children with a combination of large-group panel discussions (for Moms and Dads) and a monthly small group for Moms.  To join a group - CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Women's Community Groups:  We have numerous groups available, open to women of all ages and Biblical understanding.  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Moms in Community (MiC):  This group helps moms with young children better understand God's plan for them as mothers of little ones.  MiC also seeks to create a supportive community for this phase of life and beyond.  We have both an AM group (alternating Wednesday mornings) and a PM group (1st & 3rd Tuesday evenings). CLICK HERE TO REGISTER 
  • Weekend Retreats and Events:  Mark your calendar for the upcoming overnight retreat at Pilgrim Pines in Swanzey, NH on May 8-9, 2020.  Registration will open later this spring.

Men's Ministries

Led by our associate pastor, Carl Schultz (pastor.carl@medwaycc.org), our very active Men's Ministry meets regularly for fellowship and teaching times. We presently offer: 

  • Quarterly breakfasts, which include lots of bacon
  • Several, active, men's community groups where you can simultaneously form strong friendships and go deeper in your understanding of the Bible
  • An annual men's retreat
  • An annual, all-church, Valentine's Dinner

Drawing on the biblical mandate to care for widows and orphans (James 1:27),  Men’s Ministries also provides assistance within the church and community helping to meet practical household needs.