We do not know what God has in store for us individually or as a body of believers. We do know that God is good and that we can trust God in all life events and circumstances. We also know that there is a place here for everyone and that opportunities abound for us to witness to our faith and serve God with joy!
We have a classic style of worship each Sunday at 10:00 a.m. The time may change, depending on the needs of the community. We also collaborate with Hanover Presbyterian Church in offering a service on Friday evenings in the tradition of the Taizé Community of France.
Office Hours ~ 9:00 a. m -2:00 p.m.
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Click here to see the Sunday bulletin for September 21.
Please remember that worship will be held one hour earlier than our usual time on September 28, because of Chautauqua parking issues. Adult Sunday School classes are cancelled as well. See you at 9:00 a.m.! Be sure to stay afterward to support the Deacons' Soup Luncheon fundraising event!
Can you help? A sign-up sheet is available in Fellowship Hall for the Deacons’ Chautauqua Lunch. Help is needed from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 27th, and Sunday, the 28th. You also can sign up to provide a dessert. Thanks!
LAFFS: We are going to Ertel’s in Batesville on October 1st at 11:30 a.m. To make your reservation, please contact Carole Hanson or Dee at the church office 812/265-2952 by Monday, September 29th. See you there!
Please note on your calendar that MPC is hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive on Thursday, October 2, from noon until 5:00 p.m. Donate if you can!
ACES has started a new study series on the Dead Sea Scrolls. "In 1947, the discovery of the oldest copies of the Bible shook the religious world. They provided an unprecedented view of Jewish history, culture and religion from before and during the time of Jesus." Come join us for this informative study each Thursday at 6:00.
New Sunday School Class: A Kerygma Bible Study class has begun and is held at 8:30 in the upstairs education wing. Kerygma provides an intensive study on a variety of subjects, including the Bible, Liturgical Seasons, Music and Theology, etc. Our first course will be on the book of Matthew. It will last for fourteen weeks and will help us understand the particular perspective and teachings of that Gospel.
A student book, needed for the class, will cost $22. If you would like to participate in the class, please see either Don Wiest or Scott Hookey.
Each week “The Wired Word” takes a headline from the news which challenges the class to think more deeply and, sometimes, differently about faith in our current culture. Please come join us each Sunday morning.
You can read all of Pam Newhouse's What A History! articles on this website - click on the link here.