Meadowbrook Congregational Church is a “safe harbor” in a person’s spiritual journey. We are a church that promotes critical thinking about faith, allowing individuals to bring diverse views and questions.

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WORSHIP
Our services

LEARN
Adult and kids’ education

SERVE
Making a difference

JOIN US FOR WORSHIP

We welcome all to our Sunday worship services at 10 a.m., followed by Fellowship Hour where you can enjoy light refreshments and meet & greet your fellow worshipers. Child care is available, and most Sundays offer church school for those in kindergarten through high school. Find out more about our worship.

RALLY DAY IS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9

Join  us after worship for luncheon and activities for the whole family! 11:30 am – 1:30 pm. The meats and beverages will again be provided.   (A free will offering will be gratefully accepted.) Please bring a Salad, Side Dish or Dessert to share.  Sign up in Fellowship Hall. We need help with setup and in the kitchen.

This year’s entertainment will feature

America’s Best Frisbee Dogs at 12:00 pm

Pilgrim Putt-Putt at about 12:30 pm

JOHN WIMBERLEY

On Saturday, September 8, Dr. John Wimberly, a church consultant, will lead a discussion of our church’s purpose and vision for the future.  It will begin at 8:00 am and run to 1:00 pm, with a light breakfast being served.  All are invited to join us!  Please sign up in Fellowship Hall.

APPETIZER AND DESSERT TRIVIA

Trivia Night is Friday, September 14, and it promises to be an extra special evening! We will once again play two games of trivia beginning at 7:00 pm, exploring your important knowledge of unimportant things.  As usual, you will be asked to bring a dessert or appetizer to share.   Please come and see what live trivia is all about!  Sign up in Fellowship Hall.

MAYFLOWER C.A.F.E.

The Mayflower C.A.F.E. (Casual Attire, Faith Explored) begins a new season on Tuesday, September 18.  The C.A.F.E., a gathering time for discussion and learning about our faith, meets in Fellowship Hall beginning at 7:00 pm.  Coffee and light refreshments are served.

On September 18, our topic is Mindfulness and Christianity. We will discuss articles about whether Christians can practice mindfulness and a video of an Oprah Winfrey interview with Thich Nhat Nanh, author of Living Buddha, Living Christ, will be shown.   We hope you can join us.

INTRODUCTION TO MEDITATION AND MINDFULNESS

On Saturday, September 29, at 10:00 am, Eden Koz, a writer and founder of Just Be, will lead a workshop into the practices of meditation and mindfulness and how they can be used to strengthen our faith and bring peace within.  Please sign up in Fellowship Hall.