Worship This Week
8:45 a.m. (Chapel)
11:00 a.m. (Sanctuary)
Created in the Image of God!
Genesis 1: 26-27
The Presbyterian Church USA recognizes January 20th as Race Relations Day. Racial and intercultural justice is important every day but especially the day of worship that precedes our national holiday recognizing Dr. King’s contributions to this cause.
Last year the Presbyterian General Assembly voted to begin the process of considering adding the letter King wrote while incarcerated at the Birmingham, Alabama jail to among the confessions of our church. It is a powerful message.
Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the son of prominent Baptist preacher in Atlanta, was a graduate of Morehouse College and Crozier Theological Seminary. He received a doctoral degree from Boston University.
You are invited to celebrate the meaning of Christmas with a live, open-air reenactment of Christ’s birth story. Featuring live camels, donkeys, goats and sheep, and an innovative mix of digital and live-action characters, including Mary, Joseph, baby Jesus, the...read more
The annual Urban Promise Miami/MSPC Thanksgiving dinner is quickly approaching. With nearly 80 families from Little Havana and the surrounding area joining us on the MSPC campus, the event is sure to be a fun night filled with Christian fellowship. It's a big event...read more
Every year, MSPC joins Samaritan's Purse in making Christmas special for a child in more than 100 countries around the world. Shoeboxes are available after both services on Sunday, or from the church office. Filled boxes are due back on November 11th. Last year, MSPC...read more