About MAYFLOWER
Mayflower is a growing, Christ-centered congregation of approximately 1,000 members from a wide variety of backgrounds from Presbyterian to Episcopalian, Catholic to those who did not previously belong to a church community. What we hold in common is a steadfast commitment to what is called in many traditions, the journey of faith.

At Mayflower our worship service is traditional, but our ministries are diverse, innovative, and seeking to impact the world by honoring the dignity of all of God's children.
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On a typical Sunday morning between 350-500 men, women and children gather in our sanctuary, classrooms, and after worship for coffee and conversation.

We strive to make 2345 Robinson Road a place "Where church is family."

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Our music is led by Jonathan Tuuk, who has served at Mayflower as Director of Music since 1992. He has also served as organ instructor at Calvin College, is a published composer of choral music and has performed throughout Europe and the United States, including recitals presented at the Kennedy Center. The adult and youth choirs are comprised of 250 participants and always welcome new members.

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On Wednesday nights we offer our Midweek program where 150 people gather for a meal, our Mayflower Academy, and children participate in our children's choir program. During the week six Bible studies meet to deepen our understanding of scripture and the spiritual life.

As a congregation we aim to make an impact in our community, country and around the world by housing the homeless, feeding the hungry, tutoring, and addressing issues of injustice. Mayflower designates over $160,000 in Outreach giving and commits countless volunteer hours to expressing our faith in word and deed.

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If you are looking for a church home, we invite you to join us Sunday morning at 10:30 and if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to be in touch.

Blessings!

Mark Barger Elliott,
Senior Pastor
mbe@mayflowerchurch.org