One of our core values at MSPC is: Building Community. We desire to grow our relationships with those around us. This includes everything from sharing a meal or a coffee with someone after worship to leading Vacation Bible School with our mission partner in House of Hope, Haiti.
On Sundays, children in PreK 4 through 6th Grade are invited to the library after the Children’s Message during 11 am worship. We use this time to explore a Bible story and to enjoy each other’s company. This class is led by our Christian Educator and volunteers.
Miami Shores Presbyterian Church offers Vacation Bible School for a week every summer. Youth volunteers help adults with the activities of the day.
Children up to 4 years old are invited to join our trained nursery workers in the nursery every Sunday from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. The nursery is located on the first floor of the Elementary School, 2nd door on the right after entering.
Our church is sponsoring choir and we are fortunate and thankful for this opportunity! The choir is open to anyone in our community, free of charge. Every Thursday (starting Sep. 7th)
Church singing: First Sunday of every month (Oct. – June 2nd).
Youth Group is a space of welcome and love. We always start our time with food and conversation. We meet in the Youth Room on the second floor. All are welcome! Students in 6th to 12th Grade – We meet on Fridays, 6:30-8:30 pm.
Each Sunday from 10:00 – 11:00 AM in the Library the class covers one to two chapters from the Bible. The class alternates between an Old Testament Book and a New Testament Book. Led by experienced teachers, no preparation for the class is necessary and participants are invited to attend any week. Our general format is to read and discuss the material several verses at a time, and all guests are invited to ask questions and participate in the conversation. An excellent introductory class for the inexperienced Bible reader, feel free to attend any week before our regular service at 11:00 AM.
So to begin this journey, this walk through the Bible, the class will begin with the Book of Ruth.
Then when Advent starts in 4 weeks, yes the Christmas season is only weeks away, the class will begin the Gospel of Luke with its story of the nativity of Jesus just as we all begin to prepare ourselves for our upcoming season of joy.
Feel free to join this class at any time. The class is held in the church library.
This class, facilitated by Rev. Diane Shoaf, will begin after Labor Day and end before Thanksgiving. Participants will use a process based on listening to one’s heart while reading and a listening circle for processing what we’ve read as a group. The club will meet on Saturdays 9:00-10:30 am via ZOOM
Books To Be Discussed: “The Fire Next Time” by James Baldwin and “The Fire This Time” by Jesmyn Ward
To Participate: Contact Diane Shoaf at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our weeks are busy and sometimes we forget to give ourselves time to connect with friends, meet new people, and just relax in the company of others to get out of that day-to-day hustle. Find at least an hour to relax, connect and enjoy other’s company! We felt encouraged to do this as we know we need it and felt perhaps others might need it as well. Come as you are, sit down, enjoy a snack or beverage, bring something of your own, and lower your shoulders – Everyone is welcome, bring family and friends!
Check the calendar for future gatherings.
Chapman Partnership provides comprehensive programs and services in collaboration with others that empower our residents with dignity and respect to overcome homelessness and achieve and maintain long-term self-sufficiency.
Our church financially supports one meal a month for its residents. We also serve the meal that we provide.
We also collect gently used clothing for Chapman Partnership for all ages. You will find a collection box in the entryway to the Sanctuary.
For the past several years, MSPC has partnered with:
to provide support to the schools and families.
A fellowship of ladies that meet Wednesdays, from 9 a.m. to noon in Room 135 at church, making dolls and stuffed animals of all shapes and sizes. The dolls are distributed to needy persons in hospitals, nursing homes, orphanages, and at Christmas to families specified by Social Service Agencies. The soft dolls ministry produces almost 1000 dolls each year!
Pass It On, which was established over 35 years ago, is the only local all-volunteer food pantry in Miami-Dade County. Food is distributed on an emergency basis to those in need-many times while they await public assistance. On the first Sunday of every month, we collect canned and non-perishable food for Pass It On. You can find a list of items on their website: https://passitonministries.org/pages/donate. Donations can be placed on the Pantry Collection table in the church breezeway.
Café Justo is a coffee grower cooperative based in Salvador Urbina, Chiapas, Mexico – a ministry of Frontera de Cristo. They market a pure, organic coffee that is grown, harvested, and marketed in the spirit of justice.
Their goal is to employ members of the community, in the agricultural, production, and management/administrative roles, to create sustainable local business. This provides incentives for people to remain in their family lands.
Café Justo’s mission is to deliver the highest quality, organic, environmentally conscious, fresh-roasted coffee to customers at a price that is fair and just.
Prayer partners are available after worship for individual prayer needs. If you need a special prayer after worship, you can find one of our partners by the bell tower outside of our Sanctuary, wearing a red carnation. They would love to pray with you – be it a prayer of thanksgiving, adoration, confession, or intercession.
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