Worship With Us


Sundays at 10:30 am


1020 Monroe Ave NW
Grand Rapids, Michigan


In-Person at 1020 Monroe and Online via Youtube

We're glad you're here!

We're back to in-person worship! Join us at 10:30 am Sunday morning. Be sure to also check out our Youtube channel, Facebook page, and email newsletter to stay up to date with what's happening in the life of Monroe Community Church.

Do you Need Prayer?

Sometimes prayer can’t wait. If now is one of those times please tell us how we can pray for you. All submissions are treated confidentially. Use this online prayer form

We'd love to help everyone find out how to get more involved with Monroe Community Church. One of the best ways to do so is login to our Church Center App. If you have questions about MCC or looking for other ways to get involved, please fill out our contact form. 

MCC values creativity and expression, which is one way that people bear God’s image as mini-creators. We love to feature the work of artists, from professional to children, not in a gallery, but surrounding our congregation as part of the worship experience. This emphasis helps us reinforce our mission to Love God • Love People • Love the City

This Sunday:


December 4, 2022

In this second week of Advent, our theme is Love. We will explore the passage of Matthew 2:1-12. We invite you to read, pray, and meditate on this passage this week as we anticipate the arrival of our God and King, coming to us humbly in love.

Join us this week online or in person as we worship together.

We worship Sunday at 10:30 am at 1020 Monroe or via our Livestream on our Youtube Channel. 

Current Art Show


Oct. 9 - Dec. 2

We’re delighted to welcome a new art show at MCC. From October 9 to December 2, come see work by Mary Jane Pories.

Mary Jane is “an improviser who writes, paints, and performs. And an entrepreneur who teaches others how to integrate improvisation into their creative practice.” On why she creates, Mary Jane writes: “I try to answer my own questions and explore the mystery behind what people don’t say or don’t do, the feelings evoked by glimpsing an object, experience, or emotion.

If an image, a comment, or event sticks with me, rather than try to represent it realistically, I write a story, play with an image, or act it out onstage. It's the moments I can't forget that plague me the most and I struggle, sometimes for years, to uncover the meaning inherent in the memory.”

Learn more about Art at MCC


Explore More

Alpha is a chance to ask the big questions, explore and dig deeper into the Christian faith in a fun, relaxed environment. This year we offer opportunities to try Alpha Online, in a home group, or at the the church for Youth Alpha.

Explore more and find out about Alpha, or, Sign up now to join us for Alpha this fall


Our Mission

Love God | Love People | Love the City

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