Vision statement: The Outreach Team looks for ways that the congregation can engage with the local community and the community of believers globally.
Guiding Scripture: Acts 1:8- But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.
- To look for opportunities to love and serve our neighbors
- To, in consultation with the leadership team, discern which ministry partnerships the congregation pours its energy and resources into.
- To build sustainable relationships with local and global ministries
- To provide opportunities for the congregation to engage in both intentional and relational evangelism
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Encompassing programs like:
The Mission of the Community Kitchen is To provide healthy and nutritious hot meals, take-home food boxes and advocacy to low & moderate income men, women and families with children in the Monadnock Region.
A group from MCC serves dinner the third Monday of each month.
Green Up Keene
MCC participates in Keene’s annual clean up day each April by picking up trash along Base Hill Road.
We are developing intentional relationships through social activities, to help participants become integrated in community.
All ages at MCC are involved as campers, volunteers and staff at our denomination’s camp and conference center on Swanzey Lake.
Watch for a list of needed items in February for a ‘Love Offering’ for Baby Bags for new moms who are involved with HCS's Healthy Starts Program. The Baby Bags include essentials such as newborn diapers, sleepers, handmade knit or crocheted blankets.
MCC participates in the Baby Bottle Blessings fundraiser in May and June to support the Pregnancy Resource Center.
A team from MCC travels to NESM in Boston once a year to help serve the crews of ships that come into Boston Harbor. The work includes working in the store, help with money transfers, and hospitality.
MCC takes an annual offering and special donations for disaster relief and development work to support our denominations worldwide mission work.
Several families from our church sponsor children as part of this ministry that is a part of our church denomination.
Monadnock Covenant Church sent short-term mission teams to Oaxaca, Mexico in February 2012 and April 2015 to work alongside Covenant missionaries. In September 2016, a group of women from the church went to Detroit, and in April 2018 we sent a team to Houston to assist with hurricane rebuilding.