Here at Masterton Community Church we believe that faith without actions is dead. We believe that Christianity is more than just words and religious postulations. For this reason, we as a church invest both our time, energy and resources into a number of ministries aimed at spreading the gospel and reaching both our immediate community and the global community.
Each Sunday morning we offer an exciting and challenging children's programme for children aged 5-12 years. This programme runs parallel times to the main church service and provides the children with the opportunity to enjoy games, worship, a focused message and more. For more information on our children's programme please talk to Joella Anderson.
We also provide a creche for children under 5 years old during the Sunday morning church service. The children are cared for in a safe and comfortable setting and morning tea is provided for them.
Every Friday night here at MCC the youth of the church and their friends gather. RIOT Youth runs from 7pm-9pm and has a gospel focus making it the perfect time for young people to invite their friends to; where they can hear the powerful message of the cross. For more information regarding youth head on over to their site or contact Nadine or Jermaine Allen.
|Pitstop for Men||Monday - 5:00pm||Call in for refuelling! Men's meeting. Contact Graham Workman for more details||Masterton Community Church|
|Apocalypse Bible Study||7:30pm||A Bible study for those interested in reading from Genesis to Revelation||Andrew and Jo's house - contact office for more info|
|Soul Fuel||Tuesday - 7pm||Alternating between Ed & De's House and Cam & Emma's House.||Contact Ed Hodgkinson|
|Blast Boys||Fortnightly Fridays 3.30pm-5pm||Boys Group for primary and intermediate school aged boys. 5-12yrs||Kevin and Jo Anne Twiggin's House|
|Amplify Adult||Tuesday 7.30pm -9.30pm||Weekly Young Adults Connect Group - 22 - 35 years.|
|Craft Connect & Knitting Group||Tuesdays 9:30am - 11.30am||Every Tues - craft connect group. Bring your craft and have some time companionship and conversation.||MCC lounge|
|Seek His Face||Monday 9-10am||Ladies Silent Prayer Group||MCC Prayer Room|
|Monthly Meet Connect Group||3rd Wed of each month 10:30am||Mixed Connect Group||Jenny Ward's House|
|Grow Girls||Wednesday - 3.30pm-5.00pm. Fortnightly during school term.||Connect group for girls aged 8-12 years.||Masterton Community Church|
|Ladies Bible Study & Connect Group||Thursday 10am||Connect group for women.||Lin Workman's house|
|Dynamite Prayer Group||Friday 9am - 10am||Mixed Prayer and Intercession group.||Church Prayer Room MCC|
|Riot Youth||Friday 7pm - 9pm||Youth Group for Year 9 - Year 13 high school students. Doors open 6.30pm at MCC. We are RIOT Youth Group from Masterton Community Church.♥ Not just a group but a FAMILY! We are WHANAU! We have RIOT every Friday of the school term. It's a place for you to belong & discover who you are!||Masterton Community Church|
|Power Up Prayer||Sundays 9.30am||Prayer meeting before the Sunday service||MCC prayer room|
|Blessing Packs||Blessing packs filled with donated items for families in need in our community.||MCC office 3771598|
|RIOT youth group||We are RIOT Youth Group from Masterton Community Church. Not just a group but a FAMILY! We are WHANAU! We have RIOT every Friday of the school term where we want you teens to know you belong & discover who you are! 7pm - 9pm Year 9 - Year 13.||Pastor Jermaine & Pastor Nadine Allen|
|Room at the Inn||(free community Christmas dinner)|
|CAP Debt Centre - Christians Against Poverty||Our Wairarapa CAP Debt Centre is passionate about working with local churches to lift Kiwis out of debt, poverty and its causes -- into a life filled with hope and freedom.|
|Joy Ministries Wairarapa||Elevate Christian Disability Trust formally (Christian Ministry with the Disabled Trust) is a charitable organisation that have been involved with and supported, people with disabilities for over 30 years.|
|Learn N Live||The Learn N Live children's camps are held at Waimanaaki Camp and provide children with a fun holiday in a safe, caring environment. Family and Christian values are incorporated in the programmes. Run by Learn ‘n’ Live Ministries Charitable Trust whose members are from various churches within the wider Wairarapa region.||Vanessa Forster|
|Open Home Foundation||The Open Home Foundation of New Zealand provides social services from 13 Service Centres throughout Aotearoa. Their vision is for every child and young person to grow up in a secure, loving family/whanau and to receive a depth of care which will bless them throughout their life.|
Get in touch
Sunday Services: 10 am
Office: 117 Ngaumutawa Rd
Open: 9am - 2pm Tuesday to Friday
Phone: (06) 377 1598
Fax: (06) 377 0158