New Sermon Series
September 10 - December 25

Growing Deep, Loving Wide, Living Tall

Who are you? Who are you … really? It is a question about your deepest identity. Who or what defines you? The answer to that foundational question will determine your actions. In the Apostle Paul’s letter to the  Ephesian church he opens up the truth that those who are in Christ are blessed with every spiritual blessing. The core of our identity is fixed and rooted in the depths of the limitless love of God. Our response to this love causes us to GROW DEEP to LOVE WIDE and to LIVE TALL for the glory of God and the sake of the Gospel. Let’s walk together through this study and become who we really are.   


MBC is serving meals at MSM
October 16 - 20

Serve with Market Street Mission

Market Street Mission (MSM) ministers to the homeless, helpless, and hopeless in northern NJ by meeting their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs through a structured program which enables them to lead responsible, productive lives.
MSM provides food, shelter, clothing and other necessities, and meets emotional and spiritual needs with guidance and life change programs.

Volunteers from MBC help with meal service on a monthly basis (5 dinner meals) and Thrift Store merchandising and assistance. MBC Volunteer Coordinators: Jim Flood

Dates to serve in 2017:

  • Oct 16-20
  • Nov 13-17
  • Dec 18-22

Contact the MBC Volunteer Coordinator: Jim Flood.

Eyeglasses Needed at Market Street Mission

Many men who come to the Mission for help have poor eyesight. We are collecting and recycling glasses in an effort to help the men in our recovery program with vision loss. If you no longer need your used glasses, please consider donating them to the Market Street Mission. By donating them you can give a gift of vision to someone in need. You can drop off your used glasses at the front desk of the Mission located at 9 Market Street in Morristown, ship them to MSM or call to arrange for a pick up. Contact Nancy Motley at 973-538-6337.

Friday, October 20
12pm-2pm, Fellowship Hall

Senior Luncheon

MBC Senior Luncheon provides a time of food, fun and fellowship to seniors within our church and neighboring communities once a month.    

In the month of October, a nutritionist from the Bernards Township Health Department will be here to introduce us to the Mediterranean Diet. Come and learn about healthy eating.    

Bring your favorite salad, casserole, dessert or bread to share. Socks are also being collected for the Relief Bus. For more information, call the church office at 908-647-0594.

Saturday, October 21
6pm, Fellowship Hall

Authentic Senegal Dinner
Saturday, October 21, 6pm

The Mission Team invites you to an authentic Senegalese Dinner. Come and hear from our World Partners from Senegal, Bo and Michele Columbine and former travelers. We will also update everyone what is happening at our partner village of Langomack.

Please bring a dessert to share!

​Let us know that you are coming!




Meets the 2nd & 4th Sundays
10:30am, Room 207/209

The 56ers Pack

Attention all 5th and 6th Graders!

Join us in Rooms 207/209 for The 56ers Pack (*meet in the foyer when Jr Church is dismissed). It's an all-new class featuring a triple play: food, fellowship, and fun!

You won’t want to miss out!

For more details, contact Rachel Rickershauser.

Friday, October 27

Trunk or Treat
Join us for a fun-filled Fall event!

Join us on Friday, October 27th from 6-8pm for an event that is sure to get the kids excited.

Trunk or Treat offers a kid-friendly night of activities that all can enjoy in a safe, outdoor environment. It will be a great night, featuring games, crafts, candy and so much more! Invite your friends, neighbors and anyone with small children to share fun and community with us.


Interested in serving the community?

Decorate a trunk with us! 
Volunteer to serve!

Gather for a time of games, candy and lots of fun!


Friday, November 3, 2017

Serve with The Relief Bus

The Relief Bus ( consists of two former school buses now customized into mobile resource centers to help the poor and homeless. Friendly faces serve up food and love demonstrating genuine care. This allows volunteers to discover other needs and then connect people to resources and faith-based programs which often transform lives and in many cases actually save lives.

The Relief Bus provides a first step to freedom and new life for those in great need. Volunteers from MBC help prepare the food and then go out on the Relief Bus to Newark, Harlem, and the Bronx on a regular basis - either monthly or more often.

MBC will serve on the Relief bus on the first Friday of the month. 

Email Dave Springer or text him at 908-331-0569.

Out of the Shadows
November 4, 7pm, YFMB

Out of the Shadows
Shining the light on things we'd rather leave in the dark.  

November 4, 7pm, Youth and Family Ministry Building

Addressing the unspoken epidemic of our highly sexualized culture and how it has entered our homes, infected our families and is destroying a generation.

  • Recognizing early signs before it takes grip in your home
  • Talking to your children about sex and pornography
  • Healing from abuse and sexless marriages
  • Professionally-led discussion
  • Live music, light dessert & coffee will be provided
  • Childcare up to 6th grade available


Let us know you will be joining us.
RSVP is required as seats are limited.

Childcare will be provided: Registration is required.



Tuesday, November 14
7pm, YFMB 202


Membership | Membership Class | Meet with Elder | Sign Covenant | Sign-up for next class

Why Membership 

Unlike a social club membership where the organization exists to serve the members, church membership is more akin to being in a family or sports team. This membership identifies a united group of believers who are counted on in an attempt to fulfill a common purpose of becoming a provider of God’s love and care to others. We take seriously that we are a church not for ourselves, but for others. Members commit to joining a spiritual family that provides encouragement and support. They are called to a higher degree of responsibility, service and sacrifice. Our elders and leaders pledge to assist our members with care, counsel, prayer and teaching.

Is Church Membership Biblical?

We hope that, as the Lord leads, you make a covenant to be part of our church family.

"You are a member of Gods own family...and you belong in God's household" ~Eph 2:19

If you are interested in becoming a member please read through our three-step process below.


Step 1:

We want you to make an informed decision about joining our church. We periodically offer a Membership class which explains our values and beliefs and discusses the next steps to joining MBC. All prospective members are invited to attend our Membership class. This is where you will learn about the history and vision of MBC, acquaint yourself with its ministries and opportunities, and dialogue with elders and other congregants on questions you may have about the church or Christian community. The curriculum is composed of one 3-hour class in which we cover: Articles of Faith & Doctrinal Positions, Church Covenant, Vision & Mission Life. 

The next course is offered on November 14 from 7pm - 9:30pm. Youth & Family Ministry Building (YFMB). Upon completion, those who attended are able but not obligated to sign up for a membership interview, the second step of the membership process. 


Sign-up for next class

Baptism: For many, baptism is the first public step of obedience to Christ. If you have not been baptized following salvation, we ask you to take this step before becoming a Member.

Step 2: Meet with an Elder

The prospective member meets with an Elder for approximately 45 mins to provide basic biographical information and recount God’s converting work in his or her life. 


Step 3: Signing the Covenant

The final step in becoming a member is to sign the statement of faith and church covenant, and the application would go to the elders.

Next Scheduled Class: November 14, 2017

To sign-up for our Membership Class click HERE!

For more information on how to become a member please contact the main office at: 908.647.0594 or email at


Wednesday, November 15
6:30- 8:30pm, YFMB Great Room

Parenting Seminar
The Tech-Wise Family

Learning everyday steps in putting technology in its proper place

When do we allow our children to use an iPad, or give them a smartphone for that matter? Since we have migrated into the technological age, families are wrestling with these questions as never before. In his book, The Tech Wise Family, author Andy Crouch challenges us to put technology in its “proper place”. This does not mean we escape from the tech revolution, but that we manage it with wisdom and through a Gospel mindset.

If you have ever found technology to be a distraction in your family and unsure of its effects or how to manage its use with your children, we invite your whole family to engage in an interactive dialogue about this topic between parent and kids.

Dinner and a family photo booth will also be provided. 


Let us know you are coming!