MACC | Frequently Asked Questions
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Frequently Asked Questions

What denomination is your church?

We are a non-denominational, Bible-believing, Christian church. Check out our What We Believe page for more information about our belief system.


How do I become a member?

We offer NEXT classes, new member classes, throughout the year hosted by our pastors. These classes provide the details of MACC’s history, doctrine, and ministry goals. The pastors also share about what it takes to become a member. If you are interested in attending a NEXT class, feel free to contact us.

What should I wear?

You are encouraged to come as you are and dressed in what is comfortable for you, whether that be jeans and sneakers or suits and dresses.

What will I experience during the service?

Services include a time of worship and teaching from one of our pastors.  The worship music style is contemporary led by our praise band team. The teachings from our pastors are Bible-based and Spirit-led.

How often do you serve communion?

We celebrate Holy Communion on the third Sunday of each month. Believers are invited to come and partake in communion, as they feel led.  Communion is a time of remembrance and celebration of the sacrifice Christ made to pay the price for our sins.

What is available for children on Sunday mornings?

At MACC Kids we want to present God’s Word in exciting, loving, and impactful ways. Our staff and volunteers are committed to providing a safe and caring environment where children can have fun as they learn! We offer nursery care, preschool classes, and elementary programming during the 9:15 and 11:00 services. There is also middle school programming during the 9:15 service. We also offer weekly programming for middle school and high students with our Student Ministry.

What is the difference between baptism and infant dedication?

Baptism is an outward expression of the inward acceptance of Christ as Savior. Baptism is a choice of a growing believer.

Infant dedication is a commitment made by parents to dedicate their child’s upbringing to the Lord Jesus Christ. For more information about either, feel free to contact us, and we will connect you with a pastor.

Have another question?

Great! Feel free to contact us.