Our Church
We believe God intends church to be a place where people can grow together in the faith, hope and love of Christ. Our prayer each week is that God will use us here at MCC to provide encouragement and a sense of renewed hope that God is at work in our life. You will find that many in our church family are just like you…ordinary people who are trying to become more like Jesus. We are so grateful for His grace while we grow!
Regardless of where you are in life, we want you to know that you are always welcome at Marysville Christian Church!
Our Mission & Vision Statements & Core Values
What do we see as our Mission? It’s simple, More Faith For More People. This goes hand in hand with our Vision, which is to Learn More, Love More, Look More Like Jesus. Within the walls of our facility and within our communities, we meet people who are quite different from ourselves. Our hope is that our differences do not stand in the way of an opportunity to discover who we are created to be. Each one of us has been created with purpose. We meet people wherever they may be in life… and help them discover what God has in store for them. The following core values are important to us as they are what we want to be known for and how we want our community to describe us to others:
We pray the community will see Marysville Christian Church as having an authentic faith from Scriptures seen in our:
Love, Humility, Mercy, Prayer, Service, and Generosity
We also carry these values regarding our faith that we pray will be seen throughout our community:
Relevant… 1 Corinthians
Excellent… Colossians 3:17
Gift-Based… 1 Corinthians 12
Relational… Hebrews 10:25
Contagious… Luke 5
Full Devotion… Philippians 2:1-11
Fundamentals of Our Beliefs
Our beliefs are simple and rooted in the Bible. We believe that God wants everyone to understand the Bible therefore we teach in simple ways. We try not to be dogmatic about matters on which other believers hold divergent views. We seek to build upon the beliefs we hold in common with other Christians, rather than try and define ourselves by our differences.