FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)
(Molalla Christian Church will often be referenced as "MCC")
What Kind of Church is Molalla Christian Church?
MCC is a friendly, warm atmosphere for those wishing to worship on Sunday.
What Does MCC Offer to Me?
We are a caring and sharing congregation by meeting practical, emotional and spiritual needs in people's lives.
What Denomination is the Molalla Christian Church?
MCC is a Non-Demoninational Church. Everyone is welcome and only Christ is worshipped.
What Do You Teach and What is Your Basis for Sermons and Teaching?
Our whole basis and teaching is from the Bible and is practical and related to daily living.
What About Prayer and Beliefs in Prayer?
God's power is seen through answered prayer. We have an amazing prayer group as well as individuals and group prayer. Communicating with God—helps us grow closer and more intimately connected with God.
Do You Have Music in Your Church?
Music is an important part of our worship service. Our worship team provides music that is an exciting blend of contemporary and old favorites. We encourage you to sing with us; but don't feel that you have to sing if you are uncomfortable with it. God tells us to make a joyous noise; so even if you can't carry a tune remember you are still making a joyous noise by trying.
Does The Church or it's Members Care About Me?
We welcome and care about everyone and whether you are child, senior citizen, or somewhere in between, Molalla Christian Church has something for you.
What Does the Molalla Christian Church Practice?
Every Christian is considered a minister of Christ and each has a particular ministry to share in the work of Christ's Church.
We are all disciples of Christ, constantly learning of Christ and His expectations of us by studying and following the Bible.
Freedom of thought in matters of opinion where the Scriptures have not spoken.
Recognition of the principles of autonomy of the local congregation.
Cooperation with other Christians in the great task of world evangelism.
Financial and spiritual support of local and worldwide missions.
Observance of the Lord's Supper, or communion, every Sunday, inviting all who claim Jesus Christ as the Lord and Savior to participate.
Scriptural baptism by immersion in water, the New Testament picture of the death, burial and resurrection of Christ and the convert.
We are not the only Christians; just Christians only.