Spiritual growth and maturity are life-long pursuits. No matter how much we learn about following Jesus or how much our lives are changed because we follow him, there are always new opportunities to become more like Jesus and to serve him better. Here are a few ways we strive to support adults at Maple Grove Covenant Church.

SUNDAY life hour


In recent years, we have covered a variety of topics, including living with disappointment, how to connect with non-Christians, what constitutes a “healthy-missional church,” and how to love like Jesus. Some of these series have been video-based while others have been led by an in-person presenter. Although it is in many ways a class-like setting, there is always opportunity for lots of discussion and personal connection.

men's ministry

Fall 2023

Wednesday Mornings at 6:30am or Thursday Evenings at 7:00pm Beginning September 20

"One at a Time" with Kyle Idleman

In this book and video series we will learn how to be a difference-maker in this world.   “There’s one particular phrase that captures how Jesus had such an impact, and this phrase is how he wants to use us to make a difference: one at a time…  That’s it. That’s the secret of the way of Jesus. One at a time.” 

Upcoming Events! 

Thursday, September 21: Men's Ministry BBQ 6:30 pm

Women's ministry

Fall 2023: 

Monday Evenings at 6:30 Beginning September 18

"Respectable Sins" by Jerry Bridges

Have we become so focused on the "major" sins that we've grown apathetic about our subtle sins? Respectable Sins addresses a dozen clusters of "acceptable" sins that we tend to tolerate in ourselves, such as Jealousy, Anger, Judgmentalism, Selfishness, & Pride. Writing from the trenches of his own battles with sin, Jerry offers a message of hope in the profound mercy of the gospel and the transforming grace of God as the means to overcome our "respectable sins."

Upcoming Events! 

Saturday, October 7: Prayer & Purpose Breakfast 9:30-11:30am 

Sunday, December 3: Prayer & Purpose Lunch 11:45am-1:45pm

Community groups

MGCC has several small groups that meet on various schedules around various topics. Some emphasize discussion of each week’s Sunday message, while others study specific books of the Bible or other topics. Community Groups also provide opportunities for people to find connection, care, and support.