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Volunteer Opportunities
    homeless shelter
Founded in the 1984, in cooperation with CAMBA, MABC runs a shelter for the homeless on Friday and Saturday nights during the months of September through June. 

Our volunteers (a minimum of two per evening) arrive at 7:30 pm and sleep in the Shelter (separate, secured sleeping quarters and security provided). The Overnight Host prepares coffee in the morning and sees the Guests off at 6:15 am. You may volunteer for the Shelter by contacting Melvin Bell (862)202-1631 or by email.
    meals for the elderly
Since 1982, MABC and the Sai Baba group provide hot lunches to the elderly on the first and third Sunday of each month.
    MABC goes green!
MABC has made a number of efforts in the past several years to make its buildings, worship, and operations green.  For example, we now recycle all bulletins and papers, use energy efficient light bulbs and buy environmentally friendly cleaning supplies.  We encourage everyone to do the same!
    MABC partners with ny cares
MABC PARTNERS WITH NY CARES several times each year to clean up and beautify NY City Parks!  Interested?  New York Cares Day Spring 2013 will be announced in the coming months.  To learn more about the New York Cares program, check this link.   
ecclesia ministries  (
MABC supports Eccelsia Ministries, an urban outreach which offers a weekly Sunday worship, lunch and pastoral care in Madison Square Park for the homeless.  MABC and Susan offer periodic preaching support for this ministry.  
Community Programs
    music with james
Monday and Thursday at 10 a.m. MABC offers “Music with James” a children’s music program for infants to pre-school.
Chapter 9 Couples in Recovery Meeting on Tuesday evenings, 8:00 p.m.
AA meetings on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at noon in Sanders Hall.
Educational Programs

Bible Study

Interested in a lively, time and thought provoking way to start your Sunday?  Join us at 10:00 a.m. to "get your Baptist on" before services.

We gather each Sunday for an insightful, often lively and educational conversation around what it means to be a Baptist in 2012. The first half of this year we will embark on an in depth examination of the Bible - its origins, how it's been preserved, reinterpreted, and the place it holds in our lives. 

We meet on the fourth floor of the Parish House in the International Room of Lorimer Hall.  
All ages are welcome.


Fellowship and Prayer



If you or someone you know would like to be on our prayer list, please feel free to contact us at, and we will add your name(s) to our weekly congregational prayer list.
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