Be the hands and feet of Christ!  “Jesus says, “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” Mark 10:45


At MC3, we are on a mission to love and serve our community. We want to help those in need and give hope to those who are hurting. We encourage our members to serve in those areas where their talents and the community’s needs meet. We might offer the perfect opportunity for your service here at MC3. Perhaps another nearby church or charitable organization has the perfect service opportunity for you. Or your passions may lead you to create your own ministry opportunity. Here are some opportunities you can pursue through MC3.


We are striving to reach out to the community with the message of Jesus Christ. If you would like to help with brainstorming ideas or planning different outreach events, contact Sheila McGaughey.



Community Service Opportunities


Volunteer at Lilburn Co-op.

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One of the local missions supported by MC3, Lilburn Co-op serves those in our community who do not have adequate food, clothing or shelter. You can sort, organize and store donations, assist in the thrift store, donate food or even organize a food drive. August is the church’s designated month to fill up the co-op’s pantry, but you can help anytime of the year. 



Summer Lunch Program

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Donate to our weekend food ministry for school children.


MC3 partners with Must Ministry to provide more than 200 lunches each weekday during summer to children and students who are eligible to receive a free or reduced lunch during the school year. Our volunteers provide the necessary food items—at least a sandwich, salty snack, a sweet snack and a juice box—pack the sack lunches and deliver them to two apartment complexes in our community.


Contact Sheila McGaughey




Volunteering at Lilburn Elementary School or another school in your area.

Do you like kids? Do you like to read? Do you just want to give time to invest in a student’s life? There are many ways you can get involved in our local schools from working with small groups of kids or listening while a kid reads to you. Many of the kids just need a mentor in their life. No special skills are required, just a loving heart willing to share the love with kids in need.


Contact Keri Duncan. 




School Prayer Group

Pick a school and form a prayer group to physically walk the campus and pray for the students and teachers.