First Time Visiting?

Here's everything you need to know....

Select a worship service

8:15am - Traditional liturgy / Communion monthly / Traditional Organ Music

9:30am - Contemporary liturgy / Communion weekly / Contemporary Music with piano and band

11am - Traditional liturgy / Communion monthly / Traditional Organ Music with choir

 

For a closer look at the elements of our services, check out a bulletin.

Find your way here

Need Directions?

Parking is available on the streets around the church and in the lot on the corner of Baltimore Pike and S. Jackson St. 

Our address is 30 East Baltimore Avenue, Media, PA 19063.

Dress however you're most comfortable

You will see some women in dresses and men in ties, and others will dress casually. The pastor wears a traditional clerical robe. We don't care what you wear, we only care that you're here!

In the pews

You can expect to see somewhere between 100-200 people attending each of the three worship services. You'll find we have members of all ages and that many families with young children call MPC home.

Bring the children!

Whether they're 8 months- or -18-years-old, there's a place for them here.

An usher, deacon, or elder (those wearing name badges) can point you in the right direction when you arrive.

Communion

If communion is served at the service you attend, know that you do not need to be a member of MPC to join in the sacrament. All who have been baptized and know Jesus Christ to be their Lord and Savior are welcome to take communion.

Offering

When the offering plate is passed, if you decide to give, know that there is no level of expectation.

Let Us Know You're Here

Please take a moment to sign the red pew pad (one is located at the end of each pew), letting us know you're visiting with us. We'd like to connect with you!

Signing Up, Speaking Up, Standing Up

No.  You won't have to.  Rest assured that you will not have to sign anything, say anything, give anything or be singled out in any way.

We look forward to your visit!

If you have any questions, ask an usher, elder, deacon, or speak with the pastor after the service.