MCMC church building

We Welcome You!

Whatever your age, your race, your occupation, your hobbies, we invite you to join us as together we learn more about what it means to be God's people, needing and experiencing God's grace and forgiveness, in our world today.

Who We Are

A small growing congregation

Typically our attendance during the Sunday morning worship is around 80 persons. This is down from a couple of years ago, but it is a significant growth from 20 years ago when the Sunday morning attendance hovered around 50. Total active membership is presently 100. persons

A congregation of young and old, families and singles

We have Sunday school classes for children, youth, young adults, and other adult. Usually there is at least one inter-generational adult class and one that follows the Uniform International outline.

A group with varying career paths

Our congregation includes teachers, stay-at-home mothers, nurses, retired men and women, college students, farmers, office personnel, and more.

A caring and supportive community

Whether through our sharing time during our worship services, sharing and praying in our small groups, or getting to know each other while working or playing together, we want to listen to each other's joys and sorrow and needs and abundances.

Our Facilities

Our present church building was constructed in 1990 after a fire burned our previous structure in 1989. We have Sunday School classrooms, a fellowship hall, an auditorium for worship services, a pastor's study and church office, a nursery and a library. Both floors of our church building are handicap-accessible.

Congregational Leaders

Jim Hershberger, Pastor - 540-908-8005

Eric Bendfeldt, Elder – 540-383-5393

Martha Clymer, Elder – 814-542-8391

Wanda Harder, Elder – 540-828-2908

Les Horning, Elder – 540-808-9554

Pastoral Care contacts: Eric Bendfeldt or Martha Clymer

Paul Yoder, Chair of Church Council

Directions To The Church

Take Mt. Clinton Pike west from Route 42 (north of center city Harrisonburg, VA on Virginia Ave.) After about two and a half miles turn left to follow Mt. Clinton Pike. Continue following Mt. Clinton Pike as it turns left again in about a mile and then almost immediately right. Go about two miles through the small village of Mt. Clinton. The Church is about a half mile beyond the main crossroads in Mt. Clinton

Click here or on the map below (© Google).

MCMC map