As we recognize that we are blessed to be a blessing we seek to share … our prayers, our resources, our talents and passions, with those around us.

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Prayer Ministry

We believe in the power of prayer, and we have many members committed to lifting up the concerns of those who share their prayer requests with us. Please feel free to email your prayer concerns to us at and we would be honored to pray on your behalf.

The prayer team hosts a weekly prayer service to pray for our church family, our community, missions, and other concerns as the Spirit leads. Please join us, Sundays at 7:00 p.m. in Room 203 as we come boldly before the Lord in prayer.

Caring Ministries
The Deacon Board

Deacons offers a ministry of compassion, care, and service to share the love of Jesus Christ. As elected leaders, they serve a three year term in various programs that reach our members, visitors, and the community.

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Food Ministry

MLEPC members volunteer at the Brookline Boulevard Food Pantry on the second Saturday of each month. You can also help anytime by bringing non-perishable food items to the collection box located in the drive-thru lobby.

If you would like to help with this ministry please contact Allyson McDermott at for more information.

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Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministers are commissioned lay persons who have been trained and are supervised to share Christ's healing love in a one-on-one confidential relationship with those facing a crisis or experiencing difficult times.

If you would like to receive the support of a Stephen Minister or if you know someone who could benefit from this program, please contact Linda Pokrajac at ext. 207 or

Outreach Ministry
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Summer Escape / Mission:Possible

MISSION:POSSIBLE began in 2008 as a "backyard mission trip," to share Christ’s love in our own neighborhood. With a week of local ministries, the entire congregation could participate, and enjoyed the bonding experience of serving together, sharing meals, fellowship, worship and prayer, of a typical mission trip. Our projects varied over the years including home repairs, nursing home visits, neighborhood service projects, collections of clothing, school supplies, and blood donations, and an annual “Coffee on the Wing” ministry, offering beverages and prayer to morning commuters.

"SUMMER ESCAPE" was our 11th year of summer ministries and was modified to extend throughout the summer. There was a variety of events starting with front-yard hospitality at the Memorial Day Picnic and wrapping up the season with a pool party at Dormont Pool. Plan to get involved this summer, either behind the scenes in service opportunities or joining in the fun activities we're hosting to get to know our neighbors.


We love the people of East Kano Kenya, and have enjoyed working with Pastor Job and Pastor Hudson over the years, as they minister to the physical and spiritual needs of their people.

Our “Mission:Kenya” site has the details.