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Getting involved in a small group is a wonderful way to get to know other people in the church, while engaging in an activity that is especially meaningful to you.  Here are several ways in which to be engaged in the life of Memorial Presbyterian Church. For more information on how you can get involved, just contact the church office at 920-734-1787 or send us an email


Fellowship is an important part of our faith. Coming together to support one another allows us to fulfill the vision of MPC. There are a variety of opportunities to fellowship with one another throughout the year, with dinners, movie nights, tailgating and baseball games, and the ever-popular Mother’s Day Brunch. We also want to thank the volunteers who, every Sunday, serve coffee and goodies during the Fellowship Hour after church. Fellowship time is an opportunity to get to know others and establish strong ties with whom we are worshipping. Without these dedicated volunteers, we would miss out on an important aspect of the life of our church.


This group of women of all ages gathers every Tuesday at 6:30 a.m. for prayer, fellowship, study, and laughter. Over coffee, juice, and muffins, they gain strength, understanding, and encouragement from one another for their faith journey. Studies have included books of the Bible, lectionary readings, and books on a wide spectrum of faith topics. Visitors and newcomers are always welcome.


All men are invited to attend this time of fellowship every Thursday at 6:30 a.m. Members alternate bringing pastries and juice to go along with morning coffee. The meetings are unplanned and the conversation - always interesting - at times takes an unexpected turn. There is a strong feeling of fellowship in the group.


This group meets at 1:00 p.m. on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Thursdays of each month. The group shares their talents and the joy of fellowship as they make baby quilts for new babies in our church family, as well as lap quilts for elderly, ill, or homebound members.


Since 2006, industrious and dedicated knitters and crocheters have been creating shawls, lap robes, and chemotherapy caps from the softest of yarns for individuals facing difficult life situations. These creations go to members and friends of the congregation, or to patients in hospice at Cherry Meadows, or to cancer patients at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Each item is blessed through prayer and sent with a note of care and concern.


In operation for over 25 years, the Men’s Church Basketball League draws players from several area churches to play friendly, competitive games in a Christian fellowship atmosphere. Every team plays twelve games between January and April.  The league is currently set up as an over-30 league, with one player under the age of 30 allowed on the floor at any given time. Each team pays a fee to offset the cost of the gym use and referees.


An important ministry for members of MPC is to care and pray for each other.  Every week, prayer requests are distributed via email with suggestions to pray for members and friends of the congregation who are going through a difficult time, have a medical situation, or for those who have a joy to share.  All are welcome to join in this ministry.