Next Steps

What’s Next?

Are you ready to take your next, simple steps in getting connected to Mount Pleasant on a deeper level? Check these out!

 

Starting Point

Starting Point is our gathering once a month of those who are newer to our church community and looking for more information about who we are, what we believe, and how to take those first steps in getting acclimated and involved in the church. Here are the next meetings: 

Saturday, March 11 at 4:45pm in room 103 - Register

Sunday, April 9 at 11:30am in room 103 - Register

Sunday, June 11 at 11:30am in room 103 - Register

Sunday, August 20 at 11:30am in room 103 - Register

 

Connection Point

If you want to serve in a ministry at Mount Pleasant, Connection Point is your first stop!  Connection Point is a once-a-month, one session event that is our onboarding class for all new volunteers.  Topics like spiritual gifts, Home Groups, and serving ministries will be discussed. This is the gateway to involvement here at MPCC, whether you are new here or have been here for several years and just haven’t found a way to get connected. Here are the next meetings:

Sunday, March 12 at 10am in room 103 - Register

Saturday, April 8 at 4:45pm in room 103 - Register

Sunday, June 11 at 10am in room 103 - Register

Sunday, August 13 at 11:30 am in room 103 - Register
  

Spiritual DNA

This is a three-week class session that explores how God has uniquely shaped you to accomplish a particular purpose in life. You will discover how your deep personal makeup—your spiritual gifts, passions, attitudes, personalities, and your own expectations of life form together to make you who you are. You will then learn how to match your Spiritual DNA with the right ministry opportunity where you can begin to understand your own personal significance and how to make a difference for the kingdom of Christ.

Watch video testimonials from past Spiritual DNA class participants:
Beth Isom
Curtis Long

Class Dates:

Sundays, September 10-24 at 10am in room 102 - Register

 

FAITH Matters

It really does matter what we believe. How do we live out our life of faith in a world that is lukewarm to religion? How can we ground ourselves to Truth? How do we answer the tough questions, like, How do I know God exists? Who was Jesus really? Is the Bible true? Who is the Holy Spirit? Why do bad things happen to good people? These matters of faith will be covered in this five-week series that helps both the new person and the regular attender become more deeply rooted in what the Bible says with regard to these basics of Christian life.

Next Session:

Sundays, April 9-May 7 at 10am in room 102 - Register

 

Connect With Us

Fred Meadows, Connections Pastor

317.881.6727 Ext. 312