No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here!
On Maundy Thursday, April 17, MCC will offer a pot luck dinner and Tenebre service. Dinner will begin at 6pm and the service will follow around 6:30. This service, which commemorates the Last Supper, includes readings of dialog and poetry. Many people find this service to be among the most significant and moving of the church year. Bring an entree or side dish, but don’t stay away if you can't bring anything. There is always plenty of good food.
On Good Friday, March 18, MCC pastor, Rev. Tom O'Brien, will participate at Sudbury’s annual ecumenical service at noon at the Wayside Inn’s Martha Mary Chapel. Many of the Christian churches in town will participate in the service.
At 7:00 pm on Good Friday MCC will present a solemn service using interactive stations to reflect on Jesus' journey to the cross and the struggles of his friends and followers. By delving into the depths of despair on Good Friday, we can truly experience the extravagant joy of Easter.
MCC offers two services on Easter Sunday. We hope that you will join us for one or both of them. At 6:15 am the church will hold a sunrise service on the hill behind the home at 16 Concord Road (across from Goodnow Library). We will gather after the service in Ames Hall for a breakfast.
At 10 am the church fills to celebrate Easter, the most important holiday in the Christian calendar. Music, led by our Minister of Music and Organist Cathy Meyer, is always central to our worship service, especially on Easter. We will end the service with everyone singing the "Hallelujah" Chorus from Handel's Messiah.
About Our Church
We unite for the worship of God every Sunday at 10:00 a.m. (9:30 a.m. in July and August), and childcare and youth programming is provided.
On Wednesday evenings at 7:00pm, join us at "The Well," a refreshing worship service based on conversation and contemplation.
When you enter MCC you will find a warm greeting without any pressure. Our members and friends span generations and lifestyles. Come as you are: wearing jeans or suits; comfortable in your faith or full of questions.