GIVING

WHY give?
Everything we own, everything we have comes from God.So when we give, we simply offer him a very small portion of all the abundance he has already given to us.Giving is an expression of our thankfulness and praise to God!It comes from a heart of worship.For everything we give already belongs to him! We just hold it in Trust, until the day when we will be held accountable to God for the way we managed our allotments.
We are blessed when we give.


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Meets the 1st and 3rd Tues of the month
(September 18, 2012-May 15, 2013)
9:15-11:30 am
at Mukilteo Presbyterian Church
4514 84th St SW, Mukilteo

Childcare available for children
birth - Kindergarten
More Info click here

Welcome to MPC

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Pumpkin Carving Party
WEDNESDAY
OCTOBER 22, 6 - 7:30 PM


Everyone is invited to a pumpkin carving party! There will be snacks, pictures, music and we'll have a fabulous time! Bring your own pumpkin(s) and pumpkin carving utensils. Come join us on Wednesday, October 22, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.! Contact Valynn or Jim in the church office if you have questions: (425) 355-2802.



Hilltoppers Luncheon
October 28


The Hilltoppers luncheon and program series returns on Tuesday, October 28, at 11:45 p.m. in the Sanctuary. Pastor Tom Salmon will speak about important themes of the Protestant Reformation, discuss why we celebrate Reformation Sunday and why the passionate beliefs held by the 16th century reformers are still important today, 500 years after the fact. Beautiful music highlighting and illustrating our reformed faith will be performed by Paul Kawabori. Please sign up today in the East Room. The cost of the luncheon is $7. Please plan to attend



Operation Christmas Child
Packing Party
November 16
~
Collection Center
November 17 - 24


MPC is collecting shoeboxes filled with toys and treats for children around the world through the Operation Christmas Child program of Samaritan’s Purse. A shoebox packing party will be held at MCP on Sunday, November 16 Stock up now on school supplies and small toys to fill the shoeboxes.

And, MPC will operate an Operation Christmas Child Collection Center here on the MPC campus the week of November 17 - 24. The collection center will receive shoeboxes and cartons of shoeboxes from individuals, churches and organizations. Help is needed in the collection center in 2-hour shifts, afternoons and evenings for eight days. All kinds of help is needed from all kinds of people. Servant-hearted folks with smiling faces, simple math proficiency, the ability to collect information, physical strength, or any combination of the above, are urgently needed. Training is available. Please sign up in the East Room today. Thank you!



Discernment Update

MPC has entered into a season of discernment with regard to our denominational affiliation. Session will be meeting with members of our presbytery's discernment team in October to design a process to involve the entire congregation. Session will keep you updated as new information becomes available.



Music News

Kids’ Praise Choir continues a new season of rehearsal today.
All children grades 2 - 8
are invited to praise the Lord through song each
Sunday, 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.,
in the Choir Room.

Rehearsals for the Christmas cantata,
“Christmas Is Coming! Sing for Joy!”,
have just begun. Singers are welcome!
Rehearsals convene
at 8:00 p.m. Wednesdays,
in the choir room.
For more information,
contact Janet Coe :
janet@mpclife.com



Jeff Kemp at Kamiak
October 29


Jeff Kemp, former Seattle Seahawk quarterback and motivational speaker, will visit Kamiak High School’s gym on Wednesday, October 29 at 7:30 p.m. He has long been a strong families/vital communities advocate. He now travels the nation sharing positive, action-oriented messages with businesses, non profits, schools, churches and other organizations. Come and hear him speak about building strong families in our Mukilteo area community. This is a free event and the public is welcome. Please invite your friends and family.



Alternative Christmas Gift Market
November 2 & 9


Save the date! MPC’s Alternative Christmas Gift Market opens for the 2014 holiday season on November 2 after both services and continues on November 9. In the East Room, find an array of unusual gift options to purchase for a loved one. Find a special gift that shows the love of Christ to others at Christmas and beyond.



Holiday Trolley
December 14


MPC Student Ministries is sponsoring the Holiday Trolley, an outreach project serving the homeless in the area this Christmas season. Blanket bundles of nutrition and hygiene essentials will be distributed by bus on Sunday, December 14, from 4:00 - 10:00 p.m. Donations will be gratefully accepted at MPC, look for bins in the East Room on Sundays, or bring items to the church office during the week. Needed are: gallon Ziploc bags, small bottles of hand sanitizer, wet wipes, disposable toothbrushes, energy snacks (granola bars, Clif bars, etc.), adult-sized hats, scarves, gloves, mittens and new or gently used, clean fleece blankets. Those wishing to help with distribution may contact Jim Beirne at (425) 344-4653 or jimmyb@mpclife.com. Thank you for your support of this important outreach!


Online Giving Available

Secure online giving is now available! Log onto www.mpclife.com and select “click here to donate” on the left. Follow the prompts to complete your desired transaction. One time, weekly, monthly, or annual giving via cash, checking, debit, or credit card is available. Consistent giving supports the ministries and missions of MPC. Thank you for giving joyfully!