The national course, Perspectives on the World Christian Movement, begins tonight at Faith Evangelical Free Church, 1921 Barnes Road. This course is also offered for academic credit at Manhattan Christian College (HIS 455). Individuals interested in taking the course can register on the Perspectives website: www.perspectives.org
Join us as we sing beloved carols, as we gather around the Lord’s Table, and as we focus on the real reason for the season. This praise and worship service, under the direction of Dr. Genilyn McCaffrey, will illuminate our desire to celebrate and worship the Christ Child.
A Praise and Worship Christmas program
presented by the MCC Choir and Drama Troupe.
Since 2006, this annual event has promoted research, discussion, and academic fellowship on issues relating to the Christian faith. The upcoming conference, "The Early Christians and their Scriptures" will be October 4-5, 2013 and held on the MCC campus.
MCC Observes Constitution Day on Tuesday September 17, 2013
The observance of Constitution Day was signed into law by President George W. Bush to commemorate the signing of the Constitution in 1787. The Congress, by joint resolution, designated September 17 as Constitution Day In 2005. Manhattan Christian College will celebrate Constitution Day with a variety of activities and resources to promote appreciation for and the study of the Constitution from September 17 through 19.
He is back in the classroom after a year-long sabbatical. Gregory Delort, Professor of Family Ministry since 1997 and Associate Dean of Academics since 2006, has received endorsement from the Chaplaincy Endorsement Commission of the Christian Churches and Churches of Christ to function as a hospital chaplain.
Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Bring the whole leadership team for an inspiring day of team-building and inspiration that will help your church be better equipped to meet the needs of the local congregation.
Semester final exams this week for on-campus, traditional courses. The schedule (.pdf download) will be posted on MCC Online in early May. Students should read the final exam policy found in the academic secion of the catalog.