As an aid to our congregational worship and to help you and your family prepare for Sunday worship, we have created an online Spotify playlist of songs that we sing here at Meadow Creek Church. We hope this resource will help you in your personal worship, and help you to engage more fully

in worship when you join us on Sunday morning.

These playlists will help prepare you to worship wholeheartedly on Sunday mornings. Use the 2022 Songs playlist to learn new songs we will begin using on Sunday morning.


Church-Wide Bible Memory: Ephesians

We are encouraging and challenging the church family to hid God's word in our hearts through the

gracious discipline of memorization. We are providing Bible Memory Tips, as well as three options

for you to memorize all or portions of Ephesians. Let's go hard after God together through Bible memory!


Ephesians Bible Memory options

2022 Bible Reading plan

This year we are reading through the Bible using The Discipleship Journal Bible Reading Plan as our church-wide plan. The Bible cuts through the fog of our world and brings clarity about who God is and what he expects of us. It calls us to worship the one true God, comforts and equips God’s people in life and ministry, and evangelizes the world when it is read, proclaimed, understood, and cherished. Click HERE for a PDF version you can print and put in your Bible. If you prefer, you can click here to get the app for your mobile device. And you can click here to listen free online!

The recent outbreak of COVID-19 leaves many anxious and uncertain. Even now, Scripture is not silent. It gives peace for those patient enough to ponder, and confidence to those bold enough to ransack its answers. God has not lost control (Amos 3:6). There's no reason to fear COVID-19 (Matt. 10:28–31). God intends COVID-19 for you good (Rom. 8:28). God has given you everything you need for this trial (Rom. 8:32). Nothing is guaranteed to us—not even health (James 4:13–15). Our ultimate hope is in God, not health (Ps. 20:7). There is no trial in which God isn't worthy of praise (Hab. 3:17–18). "Therefore let those who suffer according to God's will entrust their souls to a faithful creator while doing good" (1 Pet. 4:19).

Teaching on Deacons, Elders, Membership

Elder-Led Congregationalism at Meadow Creek Church

May 20 - July 22, 2018

We met for ten weeks as a church family for a time of fellowship, worship and teaching. 

The teaching focused on what the Bible says about eldership and the development of

spiritual leaders in our church. Topics covered with notes attached: 

What is congregational eldership?  (p. 3)

What is the biblical basis for elders?  (p. 5)

What is congregationalism?  (p. 10)

What is the role of an elder?  (p. 15)

What is the role of a church member?  (p. 20)

What is the role of a deacon?  (p. 26)

What does eldership look like in practice?

What are the qualifications for elders and deacons?

What are the qualifications for members?  (p. 27)

How are elders appointed?  (p. 31)

Here is the complete summary of those teachings on Deacons, Elders, and Membership