Missional Communities

Missional Communities are Holy-Spirit filled Christian communities who come together and rally around a cause, and in the process they worship together, pray together and fellowship together.

At McBIC, there are a number of missional communities currently operating.

At the Cross Recovery

At the Cross Recovery is a living, organic community of Christ followers committed to helping people break the bondage of addiction through the power of the Holy Spirit as they meet God at the cross of Jesus Christ. They have open meetings every Tuesday evening from 7:00 to 8:30 pm in rooms 105-109 (entrance in the back of the building). For more information, please complete the form below.

You can also “like” At the Cross Recovery on Facebook.

Family Promise

This is a group of people in our church who partner with an outside organization called “Family Promise” to care for people who are affected by homelessness. Approximately four times a year this group hosts families impacted by homelessness in our church facility, and there are opportunities for individuals, couples and families to volunteer especially during these weeks. For more information, please contact Cathy Shelly.

You may also like McBIC Family Promise Ministry on Facebook.

Our Father’s Hope

This group seeks to care for orphans (adopted and foster children) and those who care for them. This new missional community is seeking to develop partnerships with organizations in Cumberland County to support them. For more information, please contact Amy Zilka.

Eternal Hope

Eternal Hope Ministry is committed to visiting, ministering and witnessing to those persons in adult care facilities while sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This is a special ministry full of compassion and grace for those who are poor in spirit, broken-hearted and lonely. For more information, please contact Betty Ebersole.

On Call

When an individual or family encounters a crisis or trauma, this community will respond to them with practical, emotional, and spiritual support. We will make every effort to minimize the effects of the trauma and will provide a network of resources to meet their needs. For more information, please contact Brad & Tina Fleisher.

Other Groups

Then there are other groups who regularly support outside organizations in our community such as New Hope Ministries, Paxton Ministries in Harrisburg, the local senior citizen’s center, the library, the local school district, etc. If you have any additional ideas of ways to get involved, or if you would like more information, please contact Pastor John King.

PEACE Promise

A group dedicated to shine Christ’s light on the horrors of human sex trafficking. They are regularly involved in praying at truck stops, sponsoring events and are in the process of praying about a potential ministry in Harrisburg for people caught in this industry. For more information, please check out their website (www.peacepromise.org). You can also “like” PEACE Promise on Facebook.

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