Sermon Series
January 8 - June 25

Sent
a journey through the book of Acts

People often wonder about their purpose in life and where they came from. In fact, all of us long to see our life narrative as part of something bigger than ourselves. The good news is that God has a plan, a purpose for each of us: To bring Him glory as we advance His kingdom and see lives transformed! In our “Sent” series, we will journey through the book of Acts and see how God began the movement known as His church. From its humble beginnings, the church has made an impact on history that cannot be ignored.  As we hear how the church was born, how it grew, how it overcame fierce opposition, we receive fresh inspiration to join God on his mission today.

In today's consumer-driven culture, there is always a tendency for the Church to exist for itself. We must fight this temptation! The book of Acts is our reminder of what being the Church is really all about — God's people doing God's work together by the power of God's Spirit.

MBC's calling: Take look at the History of the Church from Acts through God's calling of our own church here at Millington Baptist.

SENT from Millington Baptist Church on Vimeo.


Sale Ends Saturday, April 2
Displayed on Easter Sunday
 

Easter Lily Sale

Give a lily ‘In Memory of’ or ‘In Honor of’ a loved one. Lilies can be ordered via pew envelopes or the MBC website for $12 each.

Orders must be in by Sunday, April 2.  They will be displayed in the sanctuary on Easter Sunday. Please take your lily with you after service on Easter.

If you would like to donate your lily to a shut-in or help us deliver them, please contact the church office or 908-647-0729.

Purchase you Lilies HERE.


Wednesday, April 5
4pm - 9pm, Basking Ridge Chipotle

Mission Trip Fundraiser

Fundraising Night! Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support the Denver Summer Mission Trip. Come to the Chipotle at 25 Mountainview Blvd. Unit 5 in Basking Ridge on Wednesday, April 5th between 4 & 9pm. Bring a FLYER, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you're supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to us. We hope to see you there!

Contact Johnny Graves with any questions.


1st Wednesday of the Month
7pm, Gym

Project 56

Are your kids in 5th or 6th grade?

Project 56 is a program for tweens in grades 5 & 6 that meets the first Wednesday of each month from 7-8 PM in the Gym. Led by our teen student leaders, Project 56 seeks to help children make the transition from elementary to middle school, while strengthening their faith in Jesus as they enjoy friendship-building, fun activities, and Christ-centered object lessons.

Questions? Contact Heather Wenzel .

Meet us Wednesday, April 5 from 7-8 pm in the gym.

 


Thursday, April 13
7pm, Sanctuary

Maundy Thursday Communion Service
April 13, 7pm

In contrast to joyful Easter celebration, Maundy Thursday services are typically more solemn occasions, marked by the shadow of Jesus' betrayal. From the Latin word mandatum, meaning "commandment," Maundy refers to the command Jesus gave his disciples at the Last Supper: "Do this in remembrance of Me." Jesus' command seems very simple, but the understanding of what happened that night is far from simple. Why is the importance of remembering Communion so significant for Christians?
 
Come experience our Maundy Thursday Communion Service, April 13 at 7pm. Together, we will worship and "break bread" while focusing on the mandate to love with humility by serving one another while remembering His ultimate humility and sacrifice for us
 
Childcare will be provided for Nursery through 6th grade.

2nd & 4th Thursday of the month
7pm, YFMB Cafe 

Yarn Crafters: Keeping our heads and hearts warm

MBC's Knitting & Crochet Group is looking for people who are handy with knitting or crochet needles or would like to be. Join the other yarn crafters on the 2nd & 4th Thursday of the month to use your talents in service to the MBC community as we make prayer shawls and hats for members of our church and those served by the Relief Bus. Don’t know how to knit or crochet? There are several yarn crafters willing and able to share their experience with anyone willing to learn and serve.

Contact Rose Ann Hall with questions and for a list of necessary supplies.


Saturday, April 15, 10am
Free Family Day

Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 15, 10am

Brightly colored Easter eggs have long been a traditional reminder of renewal, rebirth and resurrection. Bring the young ones and their baskets to share in the delight of a traditional Easter egg hunt on Saturday, April 15 at 10am.

Separate areas will be provided for preschool and elementary age children. After the search, we'll also have exciting games, fun crafts and yummy snacks. Invite your friends and family to this free event.

In case of inclement weather, we will move the fun indoors!

We are looking forward to sharing the delight of Easter with all of you.


We need your help!

Would you consider serving with us at our Easter Egg Hunt? There are different time slots and options for serving: hiding eggs, games, crafts, refreshments or greeting. We can't do this without you!

Please sign up HERE.


Easter Sunday Service
April 16, 9am & 10:45am

Easter Sunday Service

Who is Jesus?
On the list of people who are the most influential in all the world, you might find five people on that list. Most people would say Jesus is on that list. In fact, He is probably in the top five, he might even be in the top three. Some people say that He’s even number one - the most influential person in all the world to ever have lived. Here’s the difference between Jesus and everyone else on the list: Jesus claimed to be both our Saviour and Lord. Because of the magnitude of that proposition, we at least owe it to ourselves to diligently look into that as a life-changing truth claim. Why is it that no other person in all of history has been so manipulated, changed, and caricatured more than the person of Jesus Christ?  Can we give a reasoned defense for Christianity and for the historical Jesus as being the Christ of our faith? Can we show our faith is defensible?  Was Jesus a real historical figure? Was His birth predicted in advance? Are the four gospels recorded accurately as history? Who is Jesus? Join us for Holy Week as we tackle this question, and in turn freshly meet the most brilliant teacher who ever lived and the one who meets our deepest needs.

 

 

Friday, April 21
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.

Join us April 21 from 12pm to 2pm as we welcome our own, Wendy Milligan, who will give a presentation on Birds.

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.