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A friendly congregation, with opportunities to worship, ask questions, serve, learn, pray, and sing . . . and with a place for you! We have served Christ in the Millersburg community since 1836. Connect with us via Facebook.
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NOTICE: We had planned on re-opening our church on Sunday, November 8, but, due to recent spikes in Covid-19 cases both locally and nationally, we will NOT be doing that. We do hope to begin worship services at the Millersburg Christian Church building again in the near future. Until we re-open, we invite everyone to join us for worship on Zoom each Sunday morning. If you would like to be a part of that video platform experience, please email mcc1836@socket.net, put “Zoom Church” in the subject line, and we will send you the Zoom link.

Stay safe and healthy. And we will try to keep everyone in the loop via FB posts, our website, and emails.

A screen shot of our “Zoom church”:

For a complete, detailed history of this church, go to History of MCC or click on the “History” tab above.
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Millersburg Christian Church is now a Green Chalice congregation (www.greenchalice.org): The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) is a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world. Out of our call to “do justice” (Micah 6:8), we strive to demonstrate the fullness of God’s shalom through living out our faith by caring for God’s creation. Come and join us!
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Pics from the Advent Season and Christmas pageant 2019:

A few pics from the Dec 9, 2020, annual Cookie Exchange. Rules: bring 3 dozen cookies–one dozen to eat, two dozen to trade. (Next year, we are thinking about a vegetable exchange. What do you think?)
Some pics from our March 9, 2019, St. Patrick’s fundraiser: corned beef and cabbage dinner and silent auction. And a real live leprechaun!

Sunday, Feb 3, we “blessed” member Stan Adams’ book, “Mokane to Mole City”, which chronicles his year-long tour of duty with the US Army in Vietnam, Nov 1968 to Nov 1969, and the brotherhood that developed with the other young men, the Manchus, with whom he served through horrific experiences.

Christmas 2018 at Millersburg Christian Church

Ryan’s Case for Smiles: Miles of Pillowcase Smiles Workshop involved a lot of folks from all over the central Missouri area making fun pillowcases for children in hospitalization and treatment:

The Annual Outdoor Worship Service in June:

Some new exterior paint makes the church look fresh. Come inside!

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