Our mission at MAMAS is "to educate, encourage, and empower moms to be positive, powerful, prayerful women of God through friendship, fellowship, and fun." Join us this year on our journey of learning how to encourage others and be encouraged. We would love for you to join us!
Small groups meet at various locations throughout the Blue Mountain Community Church area. These groups provide a warm and caring family environment in which we can help one another apply scriptural truth to our everyday lives in a practical way. Small group members develop a growing sense of concern for one another and also experience personal spiritual growth in attitudes and behaviors that are Christ-like.
Young Adult Small Group is for all young adults age 18-27.
Current Study: “Soul Detox”, video series.
Grab your water bottle, climb into your sneakers, and bring a friend! Meet us at the Weissport Canal to register! Walk at your own pace and enjoy the beauty of the Fall Season! Bring a non-perishable food item to each walk for the Faith-Paced food drive!
Join us for Ladies’ Prayer, Praise, and Bible Study. Coming to our small group is a great way to meet new ladies and make friends! The group is open to any woman of any age at any time. If you have a Monday available, come join us!
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We meet at the Boulevard Diner off Route 443 for breakfast and a topical discussion, to enjoy each others' company and share ideas and experiences. Sometimes we read passages from the Scriptures. Other times, we discuss a book. Mostly, we just talk. Bring a few dollars if you'd like to sip a cup of coffee or grab a bite to eat. Join us for a time of sharing and discussion!
Members of BMCC gather together to read scripture and pray for needs within the church, whether it be church specific or prayer requests from the congregation.
Young at Heart (YAH) is a women's prayer group and Bible study for women age 40 and up. YAH gathers at first for prayer and coffee, then they discuss a book about faith, and then they enjoy a time of sharing and fellowship.
YAH was started by Anna Mae Collins, Pastor Rick's mother, in 2005. All interested persons are welcome.