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! 

Baptism

Baptism is the expression of our faith in Jesus Christ, out of humble obedience, demonstrating our decision to follow Christ as His disciple. Here at Mount Pleasant, we practice baptism by immersion. Baptism by immersion offers us the perfect picture of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is our belief and faith in Jesus that saves us. If you have not had the opportunity to be baptized by immersion, or if you have any questions about what it means, or even how to accept Jesus Christ as your Savior and Lord, please contact Pastor Fred Meadows at to ask any questions and to schedule your baptism in one of our worship services.

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: 

Sunday, December 16 at 10am in room c103 (breakfast provided)

Sunday, January 13, 2019 at 11:30am room C103 (lunch provided)

Sunday, February 10, 2019 at 11:30am room C103 (lunch provided)

Saturday, March 09, 2019 at 4:30pm room C103 (dinner provied)

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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, December 16 at 11:30am in room c103 (lunch provided)

Sunday, January 20, 2019 at 11:30am room C103 (lunch provided)

Sunday, February 10, 2019 at 10am room C103 (breakfast provided)

Sunday, March 10, 2019 at 11:30am room C103 (lunch provided)

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FAITH Matters

Has anyone asked you questions of the faith and you didn’t have an answer? Do you have spiritual questions that continue to go unanswered? Do you believe in a spiritual truth and yet not really know why you believe it? Faith Matters is a three-week intensive classes that explore some of the difficult questions of our day, such as: “How could a good God allow evil and suffering?” or, “How do I know God really exists?” or “Why should I believe in heaven or hell?” or, how about, “Why should I trust the Bible as truth?” These questions and others will be examined to where you might find a greater discovery on some of the most important topics that emerge from our spiritual conversations.

All sessions are at 10am in room C103

Don’t All Religions Lead to God?
January 6-20, 2019
This section of Faith Matters Series will deal with the following questions:
 Don’t all religions basically teach the same thing?
 What’s so different about Christianity?
 Aren’t Mormons and Jehovah’s Witnesses Christians Too?
 Is Jesus really the only way to God?
 What happens to people who have never heard of Jesus?

How Reliable is the Bible?
February 24-March 10, 2019
This section of Faith Matters Series will deal with the following questions:
 Where did the Bible come from?
 Isn’t the Bible just full of myths?
 What about all the contradictions in the Bible?
 Hasn’t the Bible changed over time? Should it change?
 Why should I trust the Bible?
 Is the Bible really God’s book even though it was written by man?

How Does Anyone Know God Exists?
August 11-25, 2019
This section of Faith Matters Series will deal with the following questions:
 How can we be sure God exists?
 What is God really like?
 How can a rational person believe in miracles?
 Does God really care about what happens to us?
 How can a person get to know God?

What Difference Does Jesus Make and Why Should I Become a Christian?
September 15-29, 2019
This section of Faith Matters Series will deal with the following questions:
 Who was Jesus?
 How is Jesus different from other religious leaders?
 Did Jesus really claim to be God?
 Why focus on Jesus’ death?
 Isn’t the resurrection really a myth?

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Connect With Us

Fred Meadows, Connections Pastor

317.881.6727 Ext. 312