Loving God.

Loving people.

Lighting our world.

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ABOUT US

God and His Word - We value God and His Word because that is Plan A. There is no Plan B.
Attitude of Worship - We value exhibiting authentic joy and obedience in response to God's sovereignty and the revelation of His love.
People - We value all human life from conception to the grave because we all created in God's image.
Relationships - We need each other, therefore we value supporting and encouraging each other in all ages and stages of life's journey.
Missions (Local & Global) - We value living out and passing on the gospel of Jesus Christ, because if we don't, who will?
Attitude of Excellence - We value excellence in all facets of our lives because our Holy God is worthy of our absolute best.

Our desire at Mill Creek is to help people Encounter God on Sunday morning, Connect to people in a small group, and Live Out their gifts and passions while they Pass On their faith to those who do not personally know Christ as their Savior.

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We met in 2009, Our vision at Mill Creek Bible Church is for the light from God's people to cut through the darkness of our world. We will help people experience God's love by living it and discover God's truth by sharing it.

 
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Leadership

  PHIL GOOD  Pastor

PHIL GOOD
Pastor

  RYAN AUSTIN  Youth & Children Pastor

RYAN AUSTIN
Youth & Children Pastor

  PETE CASTOR  Worship Leader

PETE CASTOR
Worship Leader

  PHIL GOOD  Elder

PHIL GOOD
Elder

  TODD KNUTSEN  Deacon

TODD KNUTSEN
Deacon

  FARLEY REZENDES  Elder

FARLEY REZENDES
Elder

  STEVE NAFZIGER  Deacon

STEVE NAFZIGER
Deacon

  JON SHACKLETT  Elder

JON SHACKLETT
Elder

  JAMES PHIPPS  Deacon

JAMES PHIPPS
Deacon

 
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A Perfect Church
for Imperfect People

At Mill Creek Bible Church, we don’t try to be better than other churches. Nobody’s perfect, so we don’t pretend to be. We just try to do all we do the very best we can. As Pastor Phil likes to say: “We’re a bunch of lovable mutts”—broken people doing life together to pursue what it really means to experience the joy of God’s grace in this life.

Mill Creek is all about relationships—first with God, then with others. When you walk through our doors, you will be greeted warmly by people who will probably tell you their names and ask you for yours. Don’t expect to slip in and out of our service unnoticed. We’re going to ask you your name because we want to know who you are.

We don’t care if you show up in a tie or a tee, in a dress or in denim. We’ll be happy to see you no matter what you wear. We’re engineers and farmers, electricians and accountants. What we do isn’t nearly as important as who we are. We are simply real people doing real life together. Regardless of what we do, we are all spiritually blue collar, every one of us a work in progress. 

 
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What to Expect

We’re not big on pomp and circumstance. Our services are interactive and energetic, the messages are casual and conversational, convicting but confirming. When we look into the Word, we explore not just what it means but, more importantly, how it applies. Our music style is generally contemporary and led by a full band, though sometimes we’ll dial it down to just a piano or an acoustic guitar. Sometimes the latest songs, sometimes a favorite hymn. Our only goal of every service is to experience God and to not leave unaffected in some way. We want everyone who comes through our doors to leave more committed to pursuing Him beyond the walls of our church building.

 We know we won’t be the right church for everyone, but if you’re visiting, we ask just one thing: Come back! Give us three weeks to see if we really are who we say we are.

 
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Tell Us What You Think

Whether you’re a regular attender or a first-time visitor, we want to hear from you. Let us know your thoughts. Feel free to tell us about your experience. Your comments will be anonymous unless you want us to respond to you. Then just provide your email.

 
 

Questions about our church? Feel free to email him at pastorphil@millcreekbible.com.

Big questions about God? You can ask Pastor Phil those too, or check out this cool site that has answers to everything from “What does the Bible say about women in ministry?” to “Do animals go to heaven?”