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.

What to expect

Our services

Adult and kids’ education

Making a difference


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.


This March we welcome Dr. Jon Huegli to Mayflower C.A.F.E. (Casual Attire – Faith Explored) Dr. Huegli will be speaking on Tuesdays, March 13 and 20 on “Be Happy, Don’t Worry:  A Sucker’s Solution to Well-Being.”  Dr. Huegli has served as an executive for profit, non-profit, ecclesiastical, and university settings.  He has been a keynote speaker for professional conferences worldwide, speaking on the factors contributing to public violence, distress as it affects human health, and spiritual resilience.  He has served as trusted advisor to more than 500 churches guiding them to stimulate spiritual vitality and vibrancy.  Mayflower C.A.F.E. begins at 7:00 pm each night and refreshments are provided. The March 20 session focuses on Spiritual Resilience from a Christian perspective.  How can we find confidence for the future through our faith?  What actions can we take to test God’s promises and to seek peace and joy?


You are invited to be part of the many services and activities at Meadowbrook Congregational Church during Holy Week.

Palm Sunday, March 25 – 10:00 am Worship Service including a Parade of Palms with the sermon titled “Barabbas.”  Join us after worship for our annual Pancake Breakfast.

Maundy Thursday, March 29 – 6:30 pm Potluck and Worship Service with communion at table remembering Jesus’ last night with his disciples.

Good Friday, March 30 – Noon.  The Novi Community Service will include reflections on The Stations of the Cross offered by clergy of various churches in Novi.  It will be held at Church of the Holy Family.

Good Friday, March 30 – 6:00 pm. The Cross Walk begins at Meadowbrook Church and ends at Novi United Methodist Church.  Return transportation provided back to Meadowbrook.  We walk solemnly, carrying a large cross and remembering Jesus’ Good Friday walk.

Easter Sunday, April 1 – 10:00 am Worship, including the sermon titled “An Uncertain Story.”  Worship will close with the Hallelujah Chorus.  An Easter Egg Hunt for children follows worship.


March is National Reading Month. In an effort to support literacy, we will be collecting books to be donated to area libraries. Please bring your book donations to church during March.