Bring to church by September 24

bucketHere's a hands-on way to help people struggling to clean up after the devastation caused by hurricane Harvey. You can assemble a bucket with the items below and bring them to church. The Presbytery of Detroit will deliver these to Presbyterian Disaster Assistance for shipment to Texas.

Clean-up Bucket List

  • 5-gallon bucket with reseal able lid
  • 5 scouring sponges
  • 7 sponges, assorted sizes
  • 1 scrub brush
  • 5 dust masks
  • 50 clothespins
  • Clothesline, two 50 ft. or one 100ft.
  • 1 box dry laundry detergent, 50-78oz.
  • 1 pair work gloves
  • 2 pair latex gloves (like Playtex®)
  • 1 bottle liquid concentrated household cleaner (like Lysol®), 12oz.**
  • 1 bottle liquid disinfectant dish soap (like Dawn®), 25 oz.**
  • 1 pkg. cleaning towels (18 reusable, like Easy Wipes®)
  • 24-count roll heavy duty trash bags (33-45 gallon)
  • 1 bottle insect repellant (drops or lotion, not aerosol), 6-14oz.**

**liquids in plastic bottles only

Send only new, unopened materials. Select compact items so they will all fit: pack them in the plastic bucket and snap on the lid.

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Churches partnering to feed the hungry

Every fourth Wednesday

MPC is partnering with three other churches of the Presbytery of Detroit to provide a complete, hot meal for the hungry in Detroit every Wednesday of the month. Every fourth Wednesday, our church sends a team of 8 to 12 people to Spirit of Hope Church in Detroit. We hope you will make plans to join us! For more information or to sign up, conact Hanne Bishop.

handOur church family helping one another

The MPC Mission Committee would like to coordinate ways we as a church can provide assistance to members of our church and community on an as-needed basis. Before we can begin to offer assistance, we need to have volunteers available to help out.

Below is a link to a form with a list of possible needs. If you are able to offer assistance in any of these areas, please indicate that to us on the form. Once we know who can help, we will be able to provide a means for those needing assistance to contact us.

A coordinator will match volunteers with those needing help and make contact to arrange the assistance.

Let us know how you can help!

Click here to request help

Community Sharing, our local food pantry, has recently seen their food costs increase, so we are responding by participating in their "one can a week" initiative. Bring one item to donate each week when you come for worship—it may not seem like a lot, but over time and with wide participation, we can have a significant impact.



Drivers who will deliver "Meals on Wheels" to area shut-ins. It would entail approximately 1-11/2 hours, once every 5 weeks.  Please consider giving of your time to help those who are shut-in and need a hot meal once a day.

If you are interested, please call Kathy Donn @ 248-245-8037.

Second Friday of the month at 10:00 am, Westminster Room

The prayer quilt ministry has been very busy cutting squares and creating prayer quilts from all the fabrics our congregation has donated. You are invited to join us to help create these beautiful prayer quilts.

For more information or with questions please contact:

  • Judy Kleeves: (810) 629-6378
  • Gail Perrin: (248) 684-6646