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
April 2, 2023
This week we celebrate Palm Sunday.
Just as the crowds quickly became disappointed with Jesus not meeting their expectations, we can easily feel disappointed by God, not meeting our desires the way we hope he will.
So what does this mean for us when we come and "celebrate" Palm Sunday? How do we respond as Jesus followers when the disappointment we face in life seems to be so closely tied to our faith in Jesus?
Join us this Palm Sunday, in person or online, as Jim teaches out of John 12, reorienting our hope in who Jesus is and what he came to do.
Learn more here
We worship Sunday at 10:30 am at 1020 Monroe or via our Livestream on our Youtube Channel.
Love God | Love People | Love the City
Current Art Show
MCC is pleased to host the work of Dave Sobotka now through April, 2023
MCC hosted my entry in ArtPrize 2022, along with 20 other artists. The venue won the Best Venue - 2022, beating out high profile venues like The Gerald Ford Museum, The DeVos Conference Center and The BOB.
In 2023, MCC invited me to do a one-person show focusing on Lent and Passover.
Vigil will give a unique perspective on the events of Easter Week, drawing focus on the reasons why Christ had to die, as well as His transformational power in the lives of individuals and the Church. There will be 45 images that will cover The Fall, Holy Week and Easter Sunday.
Exodus will include 14 unique images that depict the redemption of Israel from the Egyptians.
Join a Small Group
At MCC, we believe that church is more than just a Sunday service. It's about sharing life together.
That's why our Small Groups are so important. They provide an opportunity for us to gather during the week, around a table, and be the people of Jesus in our neighborhoods. These groups allow us to build deeper relationships with each other, and to live out our faith in meaningful ways throughout the week. They are a vital part of our church community and a way for us to connect with others and feel a sense of belonging and support.
LIFE. FAITH. MEANING.
LIFE. FAITH. MEANING.
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