Events & Activities

MSPC Marches in Support of Coalition of Immokalee Workers

MSPC Marches in Support of Coalition of Immokalee Workers

On March 12, Pastor Kim and a group of MSPC members joined forces with the CIW and hundreds of supporters on a five-mile “March to End Modern Slavery in the Fields.” The program targets assault, verbal and physical abuse, wage theft and the mistreatment of farm workers nationwide. Pastor Kim was quoted in the Palm Beach Post discussing the church’s support of the program. A link to the article can be found here.  A link to the CIW newsletter coverage can be found here.

MSPC Easter Egg Hunt @ 10 am April 17

MSPC Easter Egg Hunt @ 10 am April 17

Join us on Easter Sunday, April 17th between the 9 am and 11 am services for our Easter Egg Hunt. Children from Preschool through 5th grade are welcome to hunt! Please bring your own basket! 

Lenten Devotional 2022: A Time to Grow

Lenten Devotional 2022: A Time to Grow

Join MSPC in our daily Lenten Devotional, A Time To Grow: Lenten Lessons from the Garden to the Table.

You can read and reflect each day from your home.

And, if you are able, join Yvonne Moyer every Tuesday at 10 am, to discuss the last week of devotionals. The group will meet in the Library or in room 135 from March 8 to April 12.

Easter Lily Dedications

Easter Lily Dedications

We are thrilled to once again be dedicating lilies to decorate our church for Easter. Purchase one or more of our lovely lilies and dedicate it in honor, or in memory of someone, a family, or a group. The cost is still $10.00.  A member of the Worship Committee will be selling them on Sundays, March 27, April 3, and April 10th. Or you can order by calling the church office at 305-754-9541 (there are many ways to pay). You may take them home after the Easter services. Thank you.

Moral Injury Discussion Sunday March 27 after 11am Worship

Moral Injury Discussion Sunday March 27 after 11am Worship

Facilitated by Christian Educator, Lisa Sullivan. March 27th, 15 minutes after church in the Fellowship Hall. Open to all.

Everyone has a moral compass but often through our own actions or no fault of our own it becomes damaged. Moral Injury resulted from PTSD research in Veterans who had suffered from bodily and moral injuries as result of their actions in war and combat. The research began to address and treat the whole person, the physical injuries and the unseen moral injuries.

Moral Injury is also experienced across disciplines, in the healthcare profession, journalism, clergy and any institution, government and or corporation that through its own negligence betrays the duties it has to the public can create harm and Moral Injury. The class will provide a basic introduction and discussion on how MI and its language may apply in our various contexts.

Taize Worship in the Chapel – March 2 – April 13 @ 7 pm

Taize Worship in the Chapel – March 2 – April 13 @ 7 pm

Taize is a community where the kindness of heart and simplicity would be at the center of everything. God is love alone. During Lent, MSPC will mirror the community of Taize, coming together in love, and sharing the journey of lent as one community. Join us as one community, every Wednesday evening at 7 PM, in the Chapel, from March 2nd through Holy Week, April 13th.

Car Wash Fundraiser February 6 & 20 @ 12 pm

Car Wash Fundraiser February 6 & 20 @ 12 pm

Our 4/5th grade class will be washing cars to raise money for their March St. Augustine trip! Your car deserves to be hand-washed, with lots of love! Stop by the MSPC parking lot, after church to have our students (and parents) clean your car. ALL DONATIONS accepted to offset the cost of the trip. The St. Augustine Trip compliments the 4th-grade social studies curriculum, and since the 5th graders were not able to go last year due to COVID, they will be going this year. Thank you!