What time are the worship services?
Worship Services are Sunday at 9:30 AM.
What about safety protocols with Covid-19?
We are asking all people to wear masks primarily during the time that we are singing in worship.
We are encouraging mask wearing in our River Kids ministry for both teachers and children, since children have not been allowed to get vaccinated at this time.
We would ask that if you have not been fully vaccinated to please wear a mask for the safety/peace of mind of others.
We realize some people will want to wear masks, and some people would prefer to be mask free.
If you want to continue to wear a mask that is totally fine.
We definitely want to operate from a spirit of love.
We will not "mask-shame" anyone.
Nor will we be the mask police.
We will continue to monitor the data and the trends regularly and adjust our practice and recommendations accordingly. And you will be notified promptly of any additional changes as they come along.
What about my kids?
River Kids - Helping kids find and follow Jesus.
We look forward to seeing your family this Sunday!
What about my students (teens)?
Current Student Ministry - Students helping Students find and follow Jesus.
CSM is designed for students to grow in confidence, grace and Truth. We at MRCC want to partner with our students and their family as they navigate the middle school and high school years. Students are an integral part of the church. We intentionally leave Sunday morning as an opportunity to serve and worship alongside other members of the church. We meet on Sunday evenings to encounter the Word and engage in our relationships.
What about community groups?
Mid Rivers has a variety of groups that meet at all different times during the week. Some meet on Sunday afternoons; others meet during the week. Some are geared for women or men; others include both men and women. Some are geared for singles; some are for couples. Our goal is to offer groups that meet a broad base of people with a wide variety of needs and interests. We structure our groups into three basic types: Believing, belonging, and becoming. Believing groups are for seekers and those newer to the faith that are looking to learn more about the faith. Belonging groups are designed for those who are looking to connect, build relationships and get to know other people. Becoming groups are designed for those who are farther along in the faith who want to go to the next level of spiritual development and growth.
What about serving in a ministry?
Mid Rivers welcomes and encourages people to serve. There are a vast array of avenues for service both within our church and outside of the church walls too. We recommend that you begin by attending one of our Starting Point sessions where we talk about some of those avenues. You can also come to one of our Meet the Pastor events to learn a little more about Mid Rivers and how you might fit in and find a home and a family to serve with.