Memorial Presbyterian Church Youth Ministry is headed to L.A. with high school youth for an amazing week discovering the intersection between faith and service with DOOR! In addition to some sightseeing and exploring, we will serve with a variety of populations hearing the stories and witnessing the struggles and vitality of agency clients. In the evening we will be challenged to consider our service experience as worship, reflect on our day, and examine how the Gospel asks us to respond to injustice.
Cost of $250 (scholarships available) includes airfare, lodging, meals, and guided program.
Forms and non-refundable $150 deposit due by Dec. 1st
For more information on the organization who will be leading us visit the DOOR Los Angeles site.
Have questions? Contact Katie Brinklow via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the church office at 989-835-6759
CROP Hunger Walks are community-wide events sponsored by Church World Service and organized by religious groups, businesses, schools and others to raise funds to end hunger in the U.S. and around the world.
Midland Center for the Arts
1801 W St. Andrews
Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. This inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to join the fight against the disease!
Registration at 9 a.m.
Ceremony at 10 a.m.
Walk at 10:30 a.m.
Route Length: 2.1 miles
825 E. Main St. Midland, MI 48640
Abby L. Scherzer | 989.859.5307 | email@example.com
On Thursday, September 20, 2018 at 4:00 P.M. the Memorial Presbyterian Church (MPC) of Midland, Michigan in partnership with the U.S.A. Michigan based Agape Community Transformation (ACT Uganda & ACT U.S.A.) NGO will host Miss Uganda 2018/2019, Quiin Abanekyo, and the CEO of Miss Uganda Foundation, Brenda Nanyonjo, at a charity event to be held at MPC (Colonial Room). The event will feature presentations by Miss Uganda 2018/2019, Quiin Abanekyo; the CEO of Miss Uganda, Brenda Nanyonjo; and Sue Waechter, U.S. Director of ACT. The MPC was the impetus of the founding of ACT organization; currently, MPC is one of 15 ecumenical organizations in Michigan who are partners in ACT Uganda & ACT U.S. NGO.
QUIIN ABENAKYO, a 22-year-old Miss Uganda 2018/2019 and the ex officio ambassador of the clean water project in Uganda, has embarked on her first assignment in the United States of America (USA). Unlike the previous Miss Uganda winners whose first assignments were Miss World, this year’s Miss Uganda’s (Quiin Abenakyo’s), first assignment is to the United States in Washington DC to fundraise for the “clean water campaign”. Her other assignments in the U.S.A. will include New York (for the New Fashion Week and other media related engagements, and a meeting with the head of Permanent Mission of the Republic of Uganda to the United Nations in New York, H.E Ambassador Adoniya Ayebare; and Midland, Michigan where she would take part in MPC & ACT Uganda charity event at MPC and open to the public, guest at Midland Rotary Club meeting, a guest at the Midland Lions Club meeting, she will be hosted by the Honorable Judge Dorene Allen through a tour of the juvenile detention facilities & learn about U.S. judicial system, and visit DowDuPont for a firsthand knowledge of the company’s clean water business and programs). She is being accompanied on the trip by the CEO of Miss Uganda, Brenda Nanyonjo. Miss Abanekyo has just completed her undergraduate studies from Makerere University at Kampala in Uganda; she is scheduled to be formally conferred with a B.Sc. in business computer science during the January 2019 Commencement Ceremony.
“Booked for Our Spiritual Journey” will meet in the Colonial Room from 4:00-5:30 on September 11. Our book selection is “Without Buddha I Could Not Be a Christian” by Paul F. Knitter. Our facilitator is John Warakomski. For more information please call Barbara Barnes at 989-708-1492.
The youth group's annual end of summer celebration at the Country Club Pool! Food and drinks are provided. Bring your suit, towel and change of clothes. The NEW LIABILITY FORM will be available at the church and at the pool. Drop off and pick up at the Country Club pool.
Join us for a ball game on August 5! For just $10.00, you can enjoy the Loons game at Dow Diamond AND a buffet lunch! We will be meeting under the Northern Lights Pavilion for the game starting at 2:05 PM. Tickets can be purchased in the Allen Street Lobby on Sunday mornings. You won’t want to miss out!
The Reaching out Locally ministry team of MPC Board of Deacons are “Keeping it Real” by sponsoring the collection of new shoes for neighborhood children. We direct shoe donations to elementary school age children, K-grade 5. As in the past, monetary and sock donations are welcome in addition to shoes. Checks may be written out to Step Up Coach and placed in the Sunday offering plate. Collection dates are Sunday August 5, 12, and 19th; look for collection boxes in the Allen Street lobby. Please help us to “Keep it Real” by connecting with our neighbors in need. Thanking you in advance for your thoughtful support.
Going fishing! June 10 MPC youth, children and family ministries are hosting a Fishing Fun Day for all! Join us and invite friends! Let Katie B know if you need to borrow a fishing pole! https://mempres.onthecity.org/groups/168284/events/6839991
All are welcome at our annual church picnic at Plymouth Park in Shelter F! Join us as we celebrate another year of faith, friendship, and mission. Hot dogs, burgers, and cupcakes will be provided and attendees are encouraged to bring a side dish to pass. We will be eating under a pavilion, plus lawn games and fun will be available nearby.
Join us for an afternoon of food, fun and friends at our 6th Annual Crawfish Boil. Hosted by Memorial Presbyterian Church, your neighborhood church on the corner of Reardon and Rodd streets.
All ages are welcome
Crawfish, corn, red potatoes, jambalaya, desserts, and coffee
This event is rain or shine and donations are appreciated.