All Are Welcome

Online Services

Sunday Morning Prayer (Zoom link): 1030AM (MI time)
Wednesday Evening Bible Study/Compline (Zoom link): 7PM (MI time)
Note: Scroll down for more details and hyperlinks

14280 Red Arrow Highway (Mailing address: P. O. Box 223)
Harbert, MI 49115
269-469-1441

BREAKING NEWS! Mediator begins testing small, outside group gatherings called Mediator Workship Circles (MWC). To read more about these circles and Mediator’s next steps, click here.
Pictures from Saturday’s MWC will be uploaded soon. Check back again soon.

Mediator and the building remain closed, however, the re-entry task team continues their work to determine our next steps. Mother Darlene continues Sunday Morning Prayer and Wednesday Evening Bible Study/Compline.

ZOOM (live) SERVICES: Mother Darlene is holding Sunday Morning Prayer (1030am MI time) and Wednesday Evening Bible Study followed immediately by Compline (7pm MI time).
Click here to join a Zoom session. You may also follow us on our Facebook page to watch the live Zoom service.
Bible Study/Compline is a Zoom-only service and is not being recorded, nor will it be available on Facebook.

RECORDED SERVICES/SERMONS/SERVICE BULLETINS: Click here or go to the Outreach & Ministries tab above and select Recorded Services.

GIVING/PLEDGES/DONATIONS: You may continue mailing in your pledges as well as going to our online giving page by clicking here.

PHOTOS: Click here or go to the Welcome tab above and select Apart Yet Together Photo/Video Album.

NEWSLETTER: Click here to read the Mediatorite, our weekly newsletter. Scroll down for additional “News & Events” too.

SOCIAL MEDIA: You can also like us on Facebook and subscribe to Mediator’s YouTube channel.

The Episcopal Church of the Mediator welcomes all people as children of God, wherever you are on your journey of faith. We welcome all people to our church regardless of sexual identity, orientation, race or ethnicity. We believe that God loves us.

Our Mission:  We envision a Christian community grounded in the Word of God and energized by the Holy Spirit to seek God’s presence in all creation. A haven where all are welcome to grow in faith through worship, reflection, and education. Where we use all that God has given us to encourage one another to follow Christ in lives of service to others.

Come unto me all ye who travail and are heavy laden, and I will refresh you.

Matthew 25:11-16

Visiting Us

At the Episcopal Church of the Mediator, you are welcome! We are pleased to invite individuals, groups, and families to join in our services, our ministries, and the community events we engage in.

Church with Children!

We are an all-ages congregation, and we understand that everyone has a vital role to play in our church community. For that reason, we do not exclude children from the sanctuary. 

Outreach and Ministries

The Episcopal Church encourages its members to participate in ministries that serve our faith family and our broader communities. Our ministries rely on the support we give each other to carry on.

NEWS & EVENTS

Nourishing all through worship, study, and love, according to our baptismal covenant.

At baptism, we agree to help one another and all people to live well—to live good lives, and to live in peace and understanding, seeking harmony and always striving toward becoming the people that God has made us capable of being. We study and worship as Jesus directed us, always mindful that, while we will never be perfect, we have the blessing of knowing His example, and the opportunity to try again and again to be His love in this world.

Striving to serve our parish, families, community, and our world.

Ours is a fellowship of service as well as worship. We recognize our place in our world as people who are called to serve, to use the resources at hand to make our world better for each other, and for future generations to come.

Come Visit Us!

We are part of a unique Lake Michigan community just a short drive from New Buffalo, MI on Red Arrow Highway. We are also conveniently close to another lakeshore community, Saint Joseph.