Empowered by the Holy Spirit, the Adult Discipleship (AD) ministry team exists to support the growth of adult Christ-followers and others at MPC in love and grace primarily within the context of small groups. With God’s help we will be mature disciples who make disciples, acting upon the only thing that matters, faith working itself out in love.
Small groups are a wonderful way to develop friendships, find a place to belong within the church, study the Bible, engage in supportive prayer and have fun and fellowship.
Small groups are available to anyone who longs to grow deeper in their faith and in their relationship with Jesus Christ.
We have women’s groups, a men’s group, couples groups and mixed, which includes singles and individuals, and a Deaf group. They meet throughout the week, both days and evenings, and provide participants with the study and support we all need.
For more information, email the church office or CLICK HERE to visit the full Small Groups Ministry page.
Our Women’s Ministry seeks to minister to women in all stages of life by serving Christ through friendship and community. We provide Christian fellowship, service and educational opportunities, encouraging each woman to discover her unique mission; develop and use her spiritual gifts and talents; and grow in her walk as a Christ-centered woman. For more information, contact: BrendaK@MPCLife.org or CLICK HERE to visit the full Women’s Ministry page.
MPC’s Men’s Ministry encourages men to become fully committed disciples of Jesus Christ by offering programs that integrate them into the church and by reaching out to those who don’t yet know Jesus. It’s a place for men to come together to enjoy fellowship, serve others, and grow in their faith. We invite you to join us. For more information, contact MPCmensministry@gmail.comor CLICK HERE to visit the full Men’s Ministry page.
MPC is committed to supporting families of military men and women as they serve our country. Through meetings, sharing, prayer and action, we come alongside the families of active military and veterans, supporting them on their journey. Contact Gary Belie at GaryB@MPCLife.org.
For times of joy and times of sorrow, the Prayer Blanket Ministry knits and crochets blankets, praying for those who will receive them. If you know someone who is undergoing cancer treatment, experiencing a hard season or celebrating a new birth, we would love to gift them with a blanket to cover them with love. Contact Micki Shaffer at MickiS@MPCLife.org.
Soul Care is the Spiritual Formation Community at Moorpark Presbyterian Church. Christian spiritual formation is the redemptive process of forming the inner human world so that it takes on the character of the inner being of Christ Himself. Galatians 4:19 says that the ultimate goal as a Christ follower is that, “Christ be formed in you.” With this in mind, “Soul Care” is a series of events, teachings and experiences that anyone can enter into with the hope of being shaped to look, act and be like Jesus.
Over the next year, a team of people from MPC will be participating with a program called Thriving Communities. The Westmont Center for Thriving Communities gathers churches together to explore how a congregation can see and do the work God calls each church to pursue. In this year-long experience, teams from a broad range of congregational settings consider together where we are, who we are, and how God might be prompting all of us to respond to the world in ways that promote authentic flourishing in the midst of change, both in our churches and in our neighborhoods. To learn more, you are welcome to reach out to any of the team members above and inquire.