Adult Christian Education
This ministry meets on Sunday mornings with the purpose of equipping the saints for service to God and neighbors. Gifted men and women teach classes on books of the Bible and on subjects that pertain to living a life that is pleasing to God. There are several classes to choose from and a new class begins each quarter of the year. Classes start at 10 AM.
|Summer||Adult Class (various topics)||Various Teachers|
|Summer||Young Marrieds||John Sadowski|
|Summer||Consumed (ages 18-29)||Ben Colvard|
Summer Adult Class—Various Teachers (Worship Center)
Speakers include Pastor Keith Surland (July 26–August 9), and Pastor Mark Bouslog (August 16–30). Contact the church office at email@example.com or 410-489-4321 for more information.
The apologetics ministry exists to equip and train Christians to defend the Christian faith and to provide answers to non-Christians.
AWANA is fun with a purpose—to reach and train kids for Jesus Christ. The goal of AWANA Clubs is to reach boys and girls for Christ and train them to serve Him. The AWANA Clubs program is distinctively Christian and Bible-centered. The club meetings are open to all. AWANA Cubbies are ages 3 and 4, Sparks are Kindergarten through 2nd grade, and Truth & Training are 3rd through 12th grade. AWANA meets every Wednesday night, 6:45 – 8:15 PM, from September through May. For more information, visit the AWANA Clubs International site.
There are several Bible studies taking place within the church; attendants range from only women to only men to full families. If you’re interested in attending one of these Bible studies and don’t know how to find it, ask any of the Pastors or Elders and they will put you in touch with one of the study leaders.
Mount Airy Christian Academy (MACA) provides a Christian education for grades Preschool-12. The school is a ministry of Mount Airy Bible Church and is centered on God’s word.
This ministry meets with men and women held in the Frederick County Detention Center once a month. The teams (men with men and ladies with ladies) conduct worship services, including music and teaching from God’s word.
This ministry meets every Wednesday night at Pleasantview Nursing Home and provides a time to share the gospel through prayer, music and a devotion of God’s word.
We provide Biblical financial counseling using Larry Burkett’s material from Crown Financial Ministries.
Our home school ministry, Mount Airy Christian Family Academy (MACFA), is open to members of the church.
Mount Airy Bible Church has a three-year program designed to better equip the men of the church to be strong disciples of Jesus Christ. We desire all of the men of the church to go through this series of classes; from this group, the leadership of the church is developed. Classes cover disciple making, devotions, prayer, evangelism, and all key areas to help a man be a man of God.
The Missions Committee focuses on the support of missionaries locally and overseas. They also determine which missionaries we support and how we support them.
Mount Airy Bible Church’s Music Team exists to identify and train musicians to serve God skillfully and humbly. The Music Team is a diverse group that includes a Sunday morning Music Team, Christmas and Easter choirs, and various small ensembles that include vocal groups and contemporary groups. Our sound is current with today’s contemporary music, but we also acknowledge the rich lyrics and history of hymns and sing them as well.
Vacation Bible School is an annual week-long summer evening event geared towards kids three years old to 6th grade.
The purpose of the MABC Women’s Ministry is to mature and nurture adult Christian women through women-only fellowship. Our ministry provides opportunities for instruction, fellowship, visitation, service, assimilation, and discipleship.
If you have any questions about the MABC’s Women’s Ministry, or would like to get involved in some of our upcoming events, or have some suggestions to make, please feel free to contact the church office.
The purpose of our youth ministry is to equip youth to minister to their peers through evangelism, outreach, and relationships for the building up of the body. The ministry is comprised of 7th–12th grade students.