All will find a safe harbor with us

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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Author and scholar Diana Butler Bass will be speaking at Meadowbrook Congregational Church next April 13-15. In preparation our Tuesday night Mayflower Café will discuss her book Grounded beginning on April 25. The book brings religion back to earth and points out the familiar places where God is very much close at hand. Butler Bass advocates that we can become more spiritual people by returning to the basic elements that God provides. Join us at 7 p.m. on April 25, and May 2, 9, and 16.


Pack your bags and get ready for the trip of a lifetime!

On Friday, April 28, at 7:30 pm,  Meadowbrook Congregational Church will send you on a musical journey around the world in a couple of hours. Our World Music Recital will feature a wide variety of music; from Italian arias, to Jazz bands, to German Lieder. There will also be a featured artist, Raena White, who has toured with the Broadway musical Lion King and premiered Dream Girls in Chicago. It will truly be a marvelous evening filled with music.

A free will offering will be collected to embark on this world adventure.  We hope to see you there!


A night of fellowship and fun returns on Friday, May 12. Bring along an appetizer or dessert to share and then play two games of bar-style trivia beginning at 7 p.m. Come with your team or join a team when you arrive. Do your best to answer those tough questions about important unimportant information.