At Student Fellowship we do three things. We worship. We fellowship. We serve.
We join the worldwide church in worshipping the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. MCC believes that in worship Christ communicates the benefits of the gospel to us especially through the Word, sacraments, and prayer (WLC 154). These “means of grace” are the ways that God renews and equips us for a life of service to Christ and His kingdom. Our youth ministry focuses on teaching God’s Word, training students to pray, and guiding them to understand, long for, and rightly receive the sacraments.
At Student Fellowship we intentionally cultivate a family atmosphere where students are welcomed and invited into the fellowship of the church. We help students develop healthy relationships both with their peers and with godly adults in the church community.
Our youth ministry works to equip students to embody God’s Word, to discern good and evil, and to steward their gifts and resources for the good of God’s kingdom. We invite students to serve alongside the church by teaching them to use their gifts to work to the glory of God, serve the poor, and seek the lost (Eph 4:28; Matt 25:35-36; Luke 19:10).