We are a warm, friendly, caring community of believers. Although ethnically diverse as reflected in the community, there is a strong feeling of kinship and family among members and adherents.
Our 11:00 a.m. Sunday service attendance averages 45-50 at our regular service. Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month and attracts a greater attendance, as do special events and "special days". A professionally trained musician and choir director leads a choir of eleven members that enhances worship with their varied and sometimes upbeat musical style. A visitation team made up of members is in place.
For the congregation of MEUC, participating in the act of worship is the central purpose and highest priority of the church. Christian nurture for us is a high priority and as such, Bible study has been conducted during the Lenten/Advent seasons. And recently, meditation gathering has started and held once a month.
Our congregation recognizes the challenge to exercise a more intentional outreach ministry within our community. In order to achieve this and to maintain our existence, we realize we must journey with other areas of the United Church, i.e. Presbytery, as well as other faith groups and community agencies.