What kind of a church are you?
Mount Helena Community Church (MHCC) is an independent, evangelical church (find out more on the About page). We gather on Sunday mornings for a contemporary worship service.
What can I expect at a Sunday morning service?
- Services begin at 10:00 AM with 20-30 minutes of worship, followed by announcements and a 5-minute break.
- Kids participate in worship with the congregation and are checked into their classes by their parent or guardian during the 5-minute break. Nursery is available throughout.
- During the break, adults and teens are welcome to go grab a cup of coffee or tea, say hello to someone, or stay in their seats until we reconvene in the auditorium.
- We’ll then hear a message from one of our elders or a special guest, and dismiss by 11:30.
- Communion, baby dedications, and baptisms are incorporated into the service throughout the year.
Throughout the service, you’ll find hosts at the Info Center and volunteers at the KidCheck stations ready to answer any questions you may have.
Several times a year, we change things up and have a Service Project Sunday, Day at the Lake, or Coffee Talk Sunday. Any Sunday gathering that is out of the ordinary will be posted on the calendar and our Facebook page.
What is available for children on Sundays?
The nursery is available throughout the service for children 10-24 months old. MHCC Kids classes for children 2 years – 5th grade begin after worship.
MHCC uses KidCheck for your child’s safety. You’ll find clearly marked MHCCkids check-in stations in the lobby on Sunday mornings, with a volunteer nearby to answer any questions. You can register for KidCheck ahead of time to make Sunday check-in quick and easy.
Kids that are too young for the nursery or who would rather stay with their parent are welcome to be in Auditorium for any part of the service. A mothers’ nursing room is also available in the Northwest corner of the lobby, adjacent to the Auditorium.