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New Year Wisdom from Pastor Rob

We open the book on another year. Last year, I truly believed that the year opening was one of promise, hope, and possibility as we continued to come out of…

2020 Family Christmas Photo

Welcome to Hunter Roddey, our new Transitional Associate Pastor

We are so excited to welcome Rev. Hunter Roddey to our team at Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church as our new Transitional Associate Pastor. See his bio below! Born in Boston…

Coat Drive

Coat Drive from the Circle of Rebekah

Join the Circle of Rebekah in their mission project for November and December. They are collecting new or gently used coats and jackets in children’s and adult sizes throughout the…


A Note from Pastor Rob – November Newsletter

We enter our second pandemic Stewardship Season still recovering. We made it through the late summer resurgence, and now are looking ahead to the coming holidays, feeling hopeful and hoping…


Day of Prayer on October 28 in lieu of Annual BBQ

DAY OF PRAYER OCTOBER 28   Normally, this would be BBQ DAY! Thousands of our friends and neighbors would be with us at the Community House, enjoying Brunswick Stew and…


Angel Tree Information 2021

Every year at Christmas time, we support local students in the Charlotte area by providing Christmas gifts to those in need. To receive your angel: Email Maria Menconi: [email protected] Call…

Daily Bible Study

  CHECK OUT A QUICK BIBLE STUDY ONLINE On the Mallard Creek Facebook page, we are running a daily meditation that will cover all 66 books of the Bible in…

“You Are Not Alone”

Beginning in the winter of 2021, our Congregational Care Committee adopted the spiritual practice of giving prayer shawls to those in the midst of emotionally difficult circumstances and situations.  …


“What a Difference a Year Makes’


End of Academic Year Celebrations

My, what a year this has been! Our kids and teens at MCPC have persevered through an academic year fraught with uncertainty, instability, and isolation. While we maintained a schedule…