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Family Ministries

A Great Outreach Event

We are looking forward to our first ever MBC daddy daughter dance on February 2. This is a great outreach opportunity, and already the vast majority of our registrations are people from outside our church! MBC Dads: we need you to come enjoy the day with your daughter and help create a welcoming, inviting atmosphere […]

Daddy/Daughter Dance

Dads, join us Saturday, February 2, from 1:30-4:00 p.m. for an afternoon of dancing, games, refreshments and activities. This is a special opportunity to invest in your relationship and create a lasting memory with your daughter. Get your tickets for the event here. The cost is $10 for a dad and his daughter, plus $5 […]

2016 Marriage/Parenting Weekend Servants

Who: All Marriage and Parenting Event Volunteers Where: Family Life Center Gym When: Sunday, October 30 at 9:50 a.m. We know it was 9 months ago, but we haven’t forgotten your selfless service to the Lord at last year’s “Love and Anger” marriage weekend with Dr. Gary Chapman. So we’re inviting you to a special celebration […]

Free Movies

For years some of my friends and I have hosted a monthly family-friendly movie night at the church. We call it “Movies at the Met.” Get it … Met, Metropolitan … Anyway, I admit that it is technically a singles ministry effort, so many of you may not have realized you were invited. But, we have ALWAYS invited the church family and have wanted it to be something where young and older, single and married, kids and grown-ups could enjoy each other.

Hope for the Home Series

Beginning next Sunday, Pastor Faulkner will present a series of messages on marriage and family life. You are invited to worship with us as we explore what the Bible has to say about marriage partnership, servant leadership, living as a single adult, parenting adolescents, and more. Next Sunday’s message is titled, “Functional Families in a […]


I was reluctant to come to a class that I knew wouldn’t “fit” me and my “situation.” I was not interested in labeling myself as part of this group. I just wasn’t ready for that. But nine months later, I am truly a part of this family. What is this group? Single parents. Because I […]

srehtO gnipleH

Helping others should be something that Christians know how to do forwards and backwards. The Bible is replete with commandments to love one another, care for one another, to consider the needs of others, etc. One effective way we can do that here at Metropolitan is through our compassion ministries.