Declare His Glory Among the Nations
Happening This Week
MON., JUN 18
3:30am
7:00pm
8:30pm
 
After School Program
Co-ed Volleyball (ages 18+)
Men's Soccer (ages 18+)
 
 
TUE., JUN 19
3:30am
7:00pm
7:00pm
 
After School Program
'Hour of Power' Prayer
Water Baptism Class
 
 
WED., JUN 20
10:00am
10:00am
3:30pm
6:00pm
6:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
 
Prayer Meeting
Seniors Fitness
After School Program
Jr. High Boys' Club
Jr. High Girls' Club
Jr. High Youth
Kids' Club
Bible Study
Parenting Class
 
 
THU., JUN 21
9:00am
10:00am
3:30pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
8:30pm
 
First Aid Training
Ladies' Bible Study
After School Program
Sr. High Youth
Co-ed Volleyball (ages 18+)
Creative Arts Practice
Men's Soccer (ages 18+)
 
 
FRI., JUNE 22
9:00am
10:00am
7:00pm
7:00pm
 
First Aid Training
Seniors' Fitness
Young Adults (ages 19-24)
Intercessory Prayer
 
 
SAT., JUNE 23
10:00am
10:00am
 
Prayer Walk
Supperbook for Kids
 
 
SUN., JUNE 24
9:00am
11:30am
 
Worship & The Word
Worship & The Word
 

Welcome to MCA Online

 
MCA is home to over 1500 people from 45 different nations. We gather every Sunday at 9:00am & 11:30am (new service time) for Praise & Worship, followed by a time of prayer & preaching of the Word. After each service, we have refreshments in the gym. We also have mid-week activities, including after-school programs, family night and sports. MCA is a great place to Believe, to Belong & to Be Loved! Why not bring a friend?

A Message From The Pastor

JUNE THEME: Be Committed
 
A little boy was asked to define Father’s Day. He said, “It’s just like Mother’s Day, only you don’t spend as much on the present.” Other boys were asked, “What is a Father?” Here are some of their answers: “A father is someone you look up to no matter how tall you grow.” “A dad is someone who loves you no matter what; who takes care of you; who provides for you.” “A dad is someone you can count on all the time, forever.”

There are all kinds of fathers, but there is one thing they all share: No matter what their personalities, gifts, struggles, circumstances, every one of them is called to live God’s way. And when they do, their families are blessed, communities are strengthened, and a ripple effect of goodness happens in the world. Living God’s way paves the road to becoming a devoted dad.

Being committed to your family means much more than living under the same roof; occasionally showing up for a ballgame or paying the bills. It’s about being present and involved in their lives. Our Heavenly Father leads by example in this. In 2 Chronicles 7:16, God tells Solomon that He will be present with his whole being— with His name, His eyes and His heart! Not just when it's convenient, or just for a few days, but He's there for us "forever" and "always." What a picture of God's love for us, and what a pattern for a father who wants to be there for his child.

Dads can follow suit after our Heavenly Father! I want to encourage you to continue to commit wholeheartedly to your family - be present and be involved in your kids’ lives.

Happy Father’s Day!

Blessings,

Pastor Mark Devanathan

Young Adults Pastor/Campus Ministry