Tonight’s MAYFLOWER C.A.F.E. is cancelled.

Details below.

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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.


Tonight’s (Feb. 12) Mayflower C.A.F.E. is cancelled. Due to the weather, the uncertain driving and parking lot conditions, and the lengthy journey of our presenter, Mayflower C.A.F.E. is canceled tonight.  Dr. Loren Scribner will be here next Tuesday, February 19 for his presentation, “The Jewish Paul: A Subversive Social Reformer.”  Plan to be there for this interesting presentation.

The Mayflower C.A.F.E. (Casual Attire, Faith Explored), a gathering time for discussion and learning about our faith, meets Tuesdays in Fellowship Hall at 7:00 pm.  Coffee and light refreshments are served.   We hope you can join us.

  • February 19 – Dr. Loren Scribner; “The Jewish Paul:  A Subversive Social Reformer”. Throughout the ages, the apostle Paul has been criticized for being a misogynist, a supporter of the status quo, a homophobic, and an opponent of Jewish law.  Many believe that Paul’s main contribution to Christianity is a teaching about personal salvation and getting to heaven by believing in God’s free grace.  These views of Paul and his writings have received some radical rethinking in the past 20 years.  Dr. Scribner will offer an insight into the new view produced by cross-cultural and cross-academic study.Dr. Scriber, a native of Indiana, is a graduate of Indiana University, Valparaiso University, and the San Francisco Theological Seminary.  During his U.S. Navy service, he became fascinated with various world religions and experienced poverty and discrimination that fostered many theological questions.  He has pastored Presbyterian Churches in Indiana, Westland MI, and Sturgis MI.  Loren has also served as a teaching chaplain at Schreiner University in TN.  Since his retirement in 2003, he has been an active participant in the Interfaith Leadership Council of Metropolitan Detroit and the Grosse Ile Presbyterian Church.
  • Next Five Weeks:  Beyond Theology:  Exploring the challenges to humanity and our representations of God.  Noted theologians, authors, and scholars reflect on the challenges of our time and how our faith and spirituality intersect with science and modern thought, thus creating and changing civilization’s guiding myths.
  • February 19 – A Finger Pointed at the Moon
  • February 26 – Church and State
  • March 5 – The Ground of Being
  • March 12 – American Pluralism
  • March 19 – Science and Spirituality


This special concert will be an evening filled with the great music that is featured at Meadowbrook Congregational Church. You will hear a variety of music that is unique to MCC, including songs, dance, puppets, and so much more. Join us Sunday, February 24, at 4:00 pm for an unforgettable evening of song.


Mark your calendars for March 3 at 11:30 am! Join your church family and bring your friends as we once again package over 10,000 meals.  Packaging stations will be set up in Fellowship Hall and each station will have several jobs to rotate through.  Each small bag of food provides one meal with a day’s nutrients for 6 adults or 12 children. The KAH organization distributes the dry food packages evenly between local communities, foreign countries and for use after natural disasters.  Volunteers will be needed to help set up, package food as well as provide soup and bread for the volunteers.  Monetary donations will be accepted at the door to offset our costs. Please sign up in Fellowship Hall or email Katie Raeon at