Help Groups

As your neighbors, we understand that times can be challenging and we are here to help. MPC offers Al-Anon meetings, food pantry, personal assistance, grief groups, and Kinship Caregiving. Looking for more information? Please contact the church at 989-835-6759.

Help is Here

As your neighbors, we are here to help. All the following programs are free to those in need. If you have any questions, please call the church office and we can help connect you to the right organization to help get you back on your feet.



A mutual support group for people whose lives have been affected by someone's drinking. By sharing common experiences and applying the Al-Anon principles, families and friends of alcoholics can bring positive changes to their individual situations, whether or not the alcoholic admits the existence of a drinking problem or seeks help.

Monday and Tuesday
6:30, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:30 p.m.

Food Pantry


MPC's food pantry works with the Midland County Emergency Food Pantry Network (EFPN), a nonprofit organization that coordinates eight local pantries. Our pantry operates on a "you pick" basis. Clients work through the EFPN to make an appointment to come in and choose a week's worth of items based on the size of their families. People interested in help must contact the EFPN directly by calling 989-486-9393.

Community Assistance

Personal Assistance

We are able to assist with the following:
Rent, mortgage, property taxes, Consumers Energy, auto repair, propane, and water bills.

Assistance Level/Eligibility
Eligible applicants are assisted with up to $150 once every 12 months as long as funds are available. This is a FREE resource for all eligible Midland County residents.

An application is required along with need documentation. Name, address, phone number, and business to whom the check should be written is required during the application process. Please bring utility bills, DHS decision notice, and/or eviction notice when applying.


Grief Group

A free recovery group for any adults in the community who are experiencing grief due to death, illness, job loss, or divorce. The grief can be from a recent loss or a prolonged situation. Each session is facilitated by Nan Spence, a professional counselor and nurse associated with Catholic Family Services of Saginaw.

Summer (June – August)
Winter (November – January)

Kinship Caregivers

Kinship Caregivers

Offers support for the physical, emotional, and social well-being of those who are raising the children of relatives. New members are always welcome. The group facilitator is Nan Spence, LPC RN, Licensed Professional Counselor. For more information, call 989-791-7879.

Second Monday of each Month
6:00 p.m.
Childcare provided