• Life Hour

    EVERY SUNDAY | 9AM  (September-May)

    Our LIFE Hour is a place for adults to connect with one another and discover and apply biblical truths to everyday life.


    Our upcoming topic in  LIFE Hour will be a video series presented by Ravi Zacharious and Vince Vitale called “ Jesus Among Secular gods”.  This topical study discusses the modern belief systems of our current society (i.e. atheism, scientism, relativism etc.); detailing how each of these divisive views  seeks to undermine Christianity in our culture.   With the benefit of scripture, Ravi Zacharious defends “the absolute claims of Christ” against these “secular gods”.  Following this series, we will complete the month of February with a two-week study on the “Old vs. New Covenant” presented by Mark Halstensgard.  We look forward to a New Year in LIFE Hour as we continue to  build stronger relationships with each other and grow deeper in our knowledge and understanding of God.   

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  • Women's ministry


    Tickets will go on sale soon - watch for more info.  $15 Advanced purchase.  $20 at the door. 

    Enjoy an evening with Sara Groves right here at Maple Grove Covenant!  Seven time Dove Award nominee, Sara Groves has been performing all over the world for 2 decades and counting.  This is sure to be a night to remember!  Bring your friends and neighbors! 

    SET APART CONFERENCE  -  MARCH 8-9, 2019   

    Located at the University of Northwestern in St. Paul, this faith filled conference for women will feature keynote speakers, Jill Briscoe and Annie Downs

    More info to come.


    A morning of fellowship, food and FUN!  Enjoy time together with other women of MGCC as we hang out, enjoy some delicious food and hear a message from a special speaker.

  • MEn'S ministry

    Men’s Quarterly Breakfast - Saturday morning January 26 (8:00 AM) – at MGCC.  Theme: tips on being a father or grandfather.   


    Foundations for Men“Foundations for Men,” our new 12-week men’s Bible series starts Wednesday Feb. 6 (6:15 AM), and also offered on Saturdays starting Feb 9 (8:00 AM).  


    Monthly Meat Fellowship - Thursday January 10 - at 6:30 PM at Claddagh in Maple Grove.  A chance to just hang out and get to know some other guys.    


    Cross Country Ski Outing at Baker Park Reserve - Saturday morning February 2 – carpool from MGCC starting at 9:00 AM.  No experience required.   

    Pick-up Basketball – Each Sunday night 8-10 PM.   Contact MGCC member John Mindiola with questions (763-267-2016).  Played at Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church in Plymouth.   Free.  


    Email for more information.

  • Community GroupS

    sign up today!

    At Maple Grove Covenant Church, Community Groups are the primary way for people to experience biblical community. Each group meets regularly during the week to study God's Word, serve, pray and fellowship together. Because transformation happens best in the context of a smaller group, each group consists of 8-10 people. If you are looking to make some new friends and participate more fully in the mission of our church, we invite you to join a Community Group.  

  • Seniors' GLL


    Seniors should GLL - Go. Love. Live. in spite of their age. If you are 60+ or just feel like you are, join us every third Monday of the month at 9AM for breakfast, fun and fellowship. Contact Stan Droogsma for more information and meeting locations.

  • The mighty 100

    With Pastor Craig as our new Lead Pastor, God put it on his heart to raise up 100 prayer partners for his preaching, leadership, and our church ministries and community at Maple Grove Covenant. This will be a 12-month commitment where you will receive monthly updates, requests, "cool" stories of God's work in people, and ongoing dreams/hopes/thoughts.

    You in?

    If so, send us an email. As a good friend and mentor once told Craig, "we must do more than just pray, but before we do anything, we must pray."