Jesus said that even he came not to be served, but to serve others. We at St. Jude's MCC beleive that God calls us all into relationship with one another and therefore we take seriously the gifts and imagination of everyone in our community. Ministry teams are fluid meaning that newcomers are welcome as we seek to nurture spiritual lives - individually and communally.
We believe in the priesthood of all believers, understanding that each and every individual is vital to the worship of God. Our doors are open to all seeking a safe and holy place, and holiness is found in sitting with the congregation to singing in the choir to reading our Holy Scriptures and saying hello to one another in true friendship. If you are interested in learning how you might best use your own talents in worship, please contact the pastor.
Sharing Our Lives
Ministry is a word that is used to describe what the chruch does beyond worship. But it also describes who we are and what we believe in. So while we have ministries such as Outreach and Stewardship and Congregational Care - what we believe in is welcoming one another unconditionally and reflecting the love of Christ in all we do. Because most of have been wher you might be: without such love. So come, be loved, and let us show how rich can be when serving God and others.
Sharing our Table
When jesus first met people he often shared a meal with them. And Jesus' last act with his followers was to share a final meal. We at St. Jude's MCC find soulful meaning in sharing meals together and we offer two ways to share with others: (1) Potluck Sunday Brunch - 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month, and (2) Thursday Night Suppers - 1st & 3rd Thursdays, a complete meal for a donation of $6.00 (monies go to supporting the needs of the kitchen throughout the year). Click here for a complete list of activities at St. Jude's MCC
God's Hands Extended
This has been the motto of St. Jude's MCC since its early years, for we know what it feels like to meet with closed hands, closed hearts, and closed doors. The power of love is great, and the power of God's love is transforming. We respect our unity that comes through our diversity, and we take seriously our call to do the work of God