Coronavirus Update (For the latest updates continue to check this page)

Update:  March 19, 2020, 2:00 PM
Until further notice, MCCF will NOT be meeting in our worship center on Sunday mornings. Instead, we will be holding virtual worship services.
These virtual services are evolving , but as of March 19, our Sunday virtual worship service will look like this:
Early Sunday morning, MCCF attenders will receive an email with instructions outlining the details of the virtual worship service and how to access the message. At the end of our virtual service, small groups of folks will then converse via phone conference calls to discuss the message, pray together, and connect in fellowship.
If you would like to participate in our Sunday worship service and are not yet signed up to receive our emails, please contact Susan at the church office and specify:
  1. You would like to get signed up to receive the MCCF Sunday virtual worship service emails.
  2. You would like to connect with a small group of folks after the message via phone conference call.
Thank you for your patience and understanding, as we are all being stretched to use new technology! If you have any questions or need assistance accessing our virtual resources, please contact Susan at the church office.
Looking forward to “seeing” you on Sunday! Until then, enjoy a walk, call a friend, or try whipping up a new recipe. Whatever it is, praise God for His goodness!
Pastor Debra
Update:  March 14, 2020, 2:45 PM
As you are aware, the COVID-19 virus is impacting physical interaction between individuals on many levels. We at Mountain Creek Christian Fellowship (MCCF) are doing everything we can to reduce the spread of this disease.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends social distancing and limiting close contact with others. Protecting our 60+ population and those who are more vulnerable and susceptible to contracting the virus is of great concern to us. Therefore, we have decided to not hold Sunday morning worship services at our worship center, until further notice. Instead, we will be having virtual services on Sunday mornings. The March 15 service will be a recorded message sent via email. Past sermon recordings can be accessed and viewed from the “Messages” page on this website. We hope to have live streaming Sunday services available in the near future, as we implement new technologies.  
Decisions and adjustments are being made weekly, based on recommendations by the CDC and mandates from the Governor’s office. We will continue to process new information on the COVID-19 virus and post frequent updates on our website to keep you informed.
Our Board of Directors and Ministry Directors are praying and trusting God to deliver us from this challenging season. We will continue to pray and abide by the health requirements set forth by the Governor and health officials.
Below are some resources, if you need more information about the COVID-19 virus:
We pray for blessings to you and your loved ones.
In Christ’s service,
Pastor Debra