Tonight there will be no Family Night activities at Morgantown Community Church! Our youth ministry will postpone the Winter Beach Party until next week (2/27). We hope that today your family is able to slow down, relax, and enjoy some time together!
We provide a meal every 3rd Saturday to the students and staff of the Honey Brook Youth Center. Contact Pat Columbia for more information on the youth center. Or contact Linda Good for more information on the meal.
The mission of the Honey Brook Youth Center is simple:"Kids come here to play games, hang out, and learn about the Lord Jesus Christ. HBYC is dedicated to helping kids grow spiritually, socially, and emotionally. It is our prayer that lives will be enriched and that young people come to know the saving power of our Lord Jesus Christ as we serve together at HBYC"
We meet at the youth center: 4610 Horseshoe Pike Honey Brook, PA 19344, around 5:45PM on the third Saturday of every month.
How can you get involved?
Ashes to Beauty is a ministry in the city of Reading, that helps to provide a meal to the homeless and those in extreme poverty. Each time they gather, each person not only receives physical food but also spiritual food. The Gospel message is given each time they gather.
We provide the meal for Ashes to Beauty every 2nd Sunday of the month. The menu is typically posted to MCC Church Friends Facebook page.
Our mission is to provide the basic physical necessity of clothing to help keep the homeless and those in need, while showing them the love that Christ has shown us. We also strive to meet their clothing needs to help them obtain a job interview and hold a job.
Donations can be dropped off at with either entrance of Morgantown Community Church in Elverson, PA (across from Wal-Mart). Once received, each donation is carefully sorted, and loaded up to take into the city of Reading, PA where the homeless and low income families and veterans can come and shop for free, no questions asked.
More Coming Soon!
What is Adopt-A-Block? Adopt-A-Block (AAB) is a group of volunteers who visit with people in need on a weekly basis in order to: · Meet Needs (Food, Clothing, Prayer, etc.) · Build Relationships · Show people the love of God in their lives Where does AAB serve? We serve in the city of Reading on 11th Street (Between Franklin St. and Chestnut St.)
When does AAB serve?We serve every Saturday morning from 9:30 AM- 12:00 PM.
What do you do in AAB?
· Block Visits: Walk with a team and visit with people who live on the block. Ask people how you can make their day better and explore whether or not they have needs that we can meet.
· Offer to pray with them as we are led.
· Giveaways- Give food and possibly other items
· Continually develop ways to meet needs and provide resources