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Deoxyribonucleic acid. Ever heard of it? It may have been a few years since you took a genetics course in high school or college but deoxyribonucleic acid, commonly referred to as D.N.A, is a molecular structure in your body that contains all the information necessary to grow, build, and maintain the various internal components that your body requires to operate efficiently and effectively. Your D.N.A. also makes you unique--nobody on the planet has the same D.N.A. Likewise, every church has a unique genetic makeup. So, what makes MCC unique? What makes us look and act the way we do? Well, it all comes down to our VISION and MISSION as a church--and the unique people that carry it out. In this series we explore the stuff our church is made of. #MCCDNA

Join us this Sunday as we explore component one of our MISSION: "Loving the Lost" and bring a friend with you!