WE'RE GLAD YOU'RE HERE!
Here's what you can expect!
Experience dynamic worship, a casual environment, and relatable teachings from our senior pastor, Brian Kelly, or site pastors.
Service times & Locations
Edinboro 12511 Edinboro Rd | Saturdays 6 PM, Sundays 9 & 11 AM
Erie 2319 West 38th St | Sundays 9 & 11 AM
Online mclane.churchonline.org | Sundays 9 & 11 AM, 8:30 PM and Wednesdays 6:30 PM
Union City 16 Market St | Sundays 9 & 11 AM
Stop by the MAP (our information center) and connect with our friendly volunteers or the site pastor. We'd love to meet with you and answer any questions you may have!
Our worship services last about one hour.
No dress code. We invite you to come as you are!
what about The offering?
Giving to the church financially is an act of worship. Your tithes and offerings are glorifying to God and help with funding the mission of his church in this region. If you are a first or second time guest with us, please don't feel pressured to give to the offering - this is for our members and regular attenders. If you are a guest, please fill out the "Communication Card" on one of the seats in our auditorium and put it in the offering when it goes by.
IS THE FOOD & Coffee FREE?
Absolutely! Enjoy a meal on us in one of our food courts and connect with others while you are here. Join us on Saturday nights in Edinboro for dinner after the service or join us on Sunday mornings at any of our three physical locations (Edinboro, Erie, Union City) for coffee and brunch between services.
Where do my kids go during service?
Bring them to PowerZone Kids! This is our children's ministry for ages infant - fifth grade that provides a safe and caring environment where your child will learn about Christ in an age-appropriate, creative, and fun way!
We're here to help you in any way we can! Whether it's getting info about baptism, small groups, the history of our church, service opportunities or something else, give us a call at 814.734.1907, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by our info center (the "M.A.P.") on the weekend to talk with a volunteer or a site pastor.