Members of the Episcopal Church of the Mediator have created a variety of ministries that serve our faith family and our broader communities. Contact the church if you would like to find out more about any of these opportunities to put your faith into action.
Adult Christian Education
Episcopal Church Women (aka St. Molly’s Guild)
Children & Youth Christian Formation [link to Sunday School page]
Church Yard Gardeners
– Coffee Hour
– Church Picnic
– Thankful Sunday
– Summer Fellowship Dinners
Lay Liturgical Services
– Epistle Readers
Mighty Men of Mediator
Organ Music Assistants
Outreach Mission Field
– Chikaming Elementary Schools Book Share
– Benton Harbor Soup Kitchen
– Mobile Food Pantry through Feeding America
(click here to read an article about this mission and click here to see some of our photos)
– Harbor Country Emergency Food Pantry & Thrift Store
– Neighbor by Neighbor
– Pet Outreach
– Summer Art Camp
– Supporting Local Families
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to make a major time commitment to participate in a ministry?
Some ministries are more time consuming than others. If you have a limited schedule, speak to the coordinator of the ministry that has captured your interest. In most cases, a scheduling solution can be discovered. Contact the office to get connected to the ministry coordinator.
Do I have to make a long-term commitment?
Several of our ministries are seasonal, so if you prefer a shorter term, or if you are in the are for a limited time, you may find that one fits well in your schedule.
Could I give something other than money or time?
The coordinators of each of our ministries understand that both of these can be in short supply! If you have an idea of a resource that you are willing to provide, please do speak to the coordinator of the ministry that you are interested in. Contact the office to get connected to the ministry coordinator.
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.