We have had to make the difficult decision to forego public worship until further notice but we are worshiping online every day.
As we move through Holy Week and to Easter, we hope you will join us.
We hope you can join us for worship Sundays at 10:10 AM via Facebook live video — click here to go to MCPC’s Facebook videos. The worship service will be kept in our Facebook videos and available to watch afterwards as well.
You are invited to join us for Morning Prayer offered by Pastor Diane Mon-Sat at 10:10 AM — click here to go to MCPC’s Facebook videos. Bring a candle & Bible (NRSV) for responsive Psalm readings. The video will be saved for later viewing.
Holy Week – Daily Morning Prayers continue at 10:10 AM.
Easter Sunday – Worship at 10:10 AM (April 12) Easter is a joyous celebration as a community of faith, though this Easter will certainly feel different. We will celebrate the resurrection, we will rejoice knowing the the Lord is Risen! And when we next worship together in our Sanctuary, we will celebrate the joy of the resurrection as a re-gathered community.
please note that our building is currently closed–we are available through email or a phone call
Mid-Coast Presbyterian Church is dedicated to being a worshiping, learning, serving, all-inclusive community. As a family, we honor and love one another through hard times and in the joy of living as a people of God. We warmly welcome you and invite you to be a part of this growing congregation. Our building and grounds are fully handicap accessible.
Sundays at 10:10 a.m.
Come to worship and you will find yourself among people who care about each other, our community, and our world. All ages are welcome! We are a PC(USA) church where the Spirit moves in glorious and wonderful ways. Try us, you’ll love us and we will love you back! We have plenty of parking and easy access for all.
As part of the Presbyterian Church (USA) – PC(USA) – Mid-Coast Presbyterian Church does not stand by itself, but is connected to the larger body for worship, service, and governance. We are a member of the Presbytery of Northern New England, and the Synod of the Northeast.
We are an Earth Care Congregation, A congregation that has committed to the “Earth Care Pledge” and accomplished a specific number of actions toward caring for God’s earth in four categories: worship, education, facilities, and outreach.
In 2019 MCPC made the prayerful decision to become a PC(USA) MATTHEW 25 Church. “Matthew 25:31–46 calls all of us to actively engage in the world around us, so our faith comes alive and we wake up to new possibilities.” As a MATTHEW 25 Church “we recognize Christ’s urgent call to be a church of action, where God’s love, justice and mercy shine forth and are contagious.” A challenging call, but one to which we we feel compelled to respond.