Glass Window in the Sanctuary
MSCC property was acquired in 1904, the church was formally organized in 1933, wood carvings and jewel-type stained glass windows were obtained, and the antique rose window from Munich, Ger., and the oil painting of "Christ in the Temple were acquired along with the many symbols for which the church is noted.
The primary way we gather as a community is Sunday Morning Worship.
Worship takes place every Sunday At 10:30 a.m.
We celebrate Holy Communion Every First Sunday of the Month
9823 NE 4th Avenue, Miami Shores, FL 33138
Frequently Asked Questions:
What should I expect?
We worship in a “traditional” style, familiar if you’ve been in a Roman Catholic, Episcopal, Presbyterian, Lutheran or Congregational church; we sing hymns accompanied by the piano or organ, we pray, we read from the Bible, and there’s a 10-15-minute-long sermon.
On the first Sunday of the month, we have Holy Communion; Holy Communion is open to all who seek to know Jesus Christ; you don’t have to be a member of our congregation or the United Church of Christ to take communion with us. If you don’t feel comfortable taking communion, you can always come forward for a blessing.
I’ve never been to a church-What do those words mean?
Don’t panic! When you enter, you’ll be greeted and get a paper bulletin that has everything you need to know to worship with us in it. It may be a little confusing at first, but I promise, it will make sense soon. If you need help with something, feel free to quietly ask someone near you.
If you want to see what our worship looks like, check out our Facebook page.
When and how long are your worship services?
Our worship starts at 10:30. On non-communion Sundays, we worship for about 45-50 minutes. On Communion Sundays, Worship is about an hour. Folks often talk afterwards in the entrance of the church and outside on the patio.
What should I wear?
The only thing we require our worshippers wear is a mask.
Folks come in everything from jeans to suits, so wear what makes you feel closest to God!
What about my children?
Right now, we’re in the middle of reorganizing our Sunday School programs. Currently, we have a children's moment during the middle of the service, and have busy bags with coloring sheets by the entrance of the church.