Fill of grace/Garden of Plenty

Interested in helping get fresh food to local families in need? Consider serving at our community garden, Fill of Grace/ Garden of Plenty. Find the Facebook page here for up-to-date information on specific needs and projects. Open to all ages.


A meal is a wonderful way to express concern for someone that is going through a hard time. When someone is caring for a new baby, recovering from surgery or an accident, suffering from a death in the family, preparing for moving day, experiencing a financial hardship, or consumed with tending to a sick child, you might want to ease the burden by giving them a meal.

This simple provision is more than meeting a physical need, you are communicating genuine concern for that family. Each month, a group of women and men gather to prepare what we call freezer meals. They are delicious meals prepared and stored at MCC; just waiting to be shared with someone you know that needs one.

  • Make a meal

    If you would like to be a part of a cooking night, please email for information about the next opportunity to serve.

  • give a meal

    There are a couple of ways to give a meal. First, if you know of someone with a need, make arrangements with the church office (937/866-4893) to pick one or more up from the kitchen and deliver it.

    Another way to give a meal is to make a monetary donation to pay for the cost for the meal supplies. Any amount helps under right the cost of providing free meals. Click here to give

  • Get a meal

    If you are in need, you don't have to wait the get help. Contact the church office (937/866-4893) and schedule a time to come by and pick up a meal!

Miamisburg Farmers                  Market                

      June 20-Oct 10

The Miamisburg Farmers Market will offer the traditional fresh produce and baked goods for sale on Wednesdays this Summer. Each week the vendors will set up in the front section of the church parking lot from 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm. In addition to supporting local farmers and vendors, the Farmer's Market helps support MCC Mission Trips. So, make plans to come visit each week!

For more information about the Farmer's Market make sure to like their page on Facebook: 

Vendors click HERE for registration information and documentation.

Featured Partners

Threads of Miami Valley

Threads’ mission is to serve our community by providing free clothing to individuals or families.

Threads, located at 33 East Lawrence Avenue in Miamisburg, is open to the public to shop for clothing by appointment only on Wednesdays from 6 – 8:30pm, Fridays from 10 – 11:30am and the first and third Sunday of each month from 10-10:45am.

For appointments, please complete the form on our website, email, FB Message or call us at 937-503-2841.

Giving - Threads has many overhead costs and new items that we like to purchase. If you can give a one time donation or setup monthly recurring Threads would be greatly impacted! You can do that electronically at

Weekly Serving Opportunities – Threads is a great opportunity for individuals, families or small groups to serve together. There is something for everyone to help with. Whether it is helping to pick up the donations from local business partners, sorting and folding clothes, helping shoppers find what they need, or simply organizing and lifting the tubs of stored clothes – we need your help. Here are a few ways to get involved.

Sort & Organize Donations: 

  • Mondays & Wednesdays (9am-12pm) 
  • Tuesdays (6:30pm-8:30pm)
  • Thursdays (9am-12pm & 6:30-8:30pm)

Shopping Times: 

  • Wednesdays (6-8:30pm),
  • Fridays (10-11:30am) & 
  • 1st & 3rd Sundays of each month (10-10:45am) (Note: Some lifting required. Come & assist shoppers.)

Donation Pick Up: 

  • Needed weekly. Flexible times. (Van, SUV or truck recommended.)

If you are interested or have questions you can check us out at, email us at or find us on Facebook - Threads of Miami Valley. 

Helping Hands

224 E. Maple Avenue in Miamisburg, Ohio

Because we know Jesus spent a lot of his time with the poor and broken, we want to follow his example in our own community. Each week, MCC provides support to our local food pantry, Helping Hands. Helping Hands serves those with the greatest needs in Miamisburg. This volunteer-led organization is completely dependent on donations and serves an average of 800 people monthly.

Ways to Support Helping Hands:

July Serve – MCC provides volunteers for Helping Hands the entire month of July. Interested in serving? Contact Carol at (937) 866 – 3234 to sign up or learn more.

Monetary Donations or Non-Perishable Food Items: Place in the baskets in the Live Out area (North Lobby).

Serve During the Week: Monday 6-8pm; Wednesday, Friday 2-4 pm; Last Saturday of the month 10-12 pm.

Assist With Food Pick-Up, Unloading and/or Sorting: Call (937) 866 – 9323.

Local Partners

We love to partner with groups that are making a huge impact. Below is a list of our local partners and a little information about each of them. 

  • BOGG

    Because of God's Grace (Bogg) Ministries is a non-profit organization that was started to help provide the people of Miamisburg, Ohio and the greater Dayton area, with food, clothing, and other essentials to sustain a healthy lifestyle, and to love people so they know that God loves them.

    We want to come alongside people offering loving support and assistance with social, emotional, and physical needs. It's our goal to bring the church out into the world, and not to be restricted to a building. We believe it's time for local churches to unite and become the expression of God's love to those who are hurting and need it most.

    To volunteer with BOGG click here.

  • Butler Springs Christian Camp

    In 1949, several men drove over from a local C.C.C. Camp at Fort Hill to inspect this property. They had a dream which became a reality. Our own camp! The two camps, Tri-State Christian and Victory Christian, finally became what is now Butler Springs Christian Camp & Retreat Center. For over 60 years, this camp has faithfully served the churches of the Restoration Movement from areas in, near, or around Dayton, Cincinnati, Chillicothe, Columbus, northern Kentucky, and other towns in Southwest Ohio. Butler Springs began as a week-long, all age camp. Today it is an all year, multifaceted camp and retreat center.

    For more information about Butler Springs click here.

  • CBA

    The Christian Village Communities is the management group for our two outstanding communities for older adults. The Christian Village at Mason is a beautiful 75-acre lakeside campus, located in Mason, Ohio, a short drive northeast of downtown Cincinnati. The Christian Village at Mt. Healthy is a stately 8-acre campus in suburban Cincinnati. As a locally owned and not-for-profit organization, we are able to measure our success by the comfort and contentment of our residents, not the bottom line.

    The Christian Village Communities always will be committed to providing services that enhance the well-being of each resident, at every life stage. We are dedicated to providing exceptional and highly personalized care, meeting the physical, social, cultural and spiritual needs of every individual.

    For more information about CBA click here.