No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome at Meadowbrook. As a Congregational church, we celebrate our rich Pilgrim heritage while embracing the diversity of all people who are seeking to grow their faith. At Meadowbrook, you will find a warm, inviting, and inclusive Jesus-centered community. There is a place for all who come through our doors.
We worship the Lord on Sundays at 10 am in our Meeting House–known outside the Congregationalist vein of Christianity as the sanctuary. Following worship, all are welcome to our fellowship hall (depending on whether fellowship is happening that day) for coffee, treats, and an opportunity to talk with members and other visitors.
Where do I park and enter?
Entering the church driveway from Meadowbrook Road, the entrance doors are on the north side of the building to the left of the entry drive. Parking is available on both the north side and at the back of the church. If you park in the back section of the parking lot, feel free to walk around to the north entrance. There will be masked greeters outside to help folks in and provide directions in the church.
Is the Meeting House handicap-accessible?
The north entrance to the church is barrier-free and accessible to all. Our ushers and greeters are readily available for anyone needing assistance.
Is there a dress code?
There is no dress code. You will find a mixed bag of styles from jeans and casual attire to sports coats and dresses. Wear what is comfortable for you; God’s much more interested in your heart than what you’re wearing!
Where do children go during service?
Children and youth are certainly welcome to stay for worship in our Meeting House. After a brief Children’s Message by the pastor–delivered 10-15 minutes into the service–most children and youth leave for Church School. Those who wish to stay for the service with their guardian(s) are welcome to do so. Nursery care is available for little ones. Children and youth join the adults in Fellowship Hall for refreshments following the service.
Who is invited to take communion?
All are welcome at Meadowbrook’s communion table. You do not have to be a member of our congregation or any church to partake in the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper (the Eucharist). In non-pandemic times, the congregation remains seated during communion whilst trays of bread and cups are passed to each pew. On communion Sundays these days, prepackaged elements are placed outside the Meeting House for comers-in to take to their seat.
21355 Meadowbrook Road
Novi, Michigan 48375
Just north of Eight Mile Road, one mile west of Haggerty