The mission of Granger Missionary Church is the same mission Jesus gave his followers: Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.
The vision of Granger Missionary Church is create a community of authentic believers and to witness a city transformed by the life changing reality of the gospel, as people come to know Jesus as their lord and savior.
Jesus and his gospel are at the center of all we are and all we do. We are a people formed by grace and transforming by grace. This permeates everything we do at Granger MC.
Worship is about more than Sunday morning. It's about reorienting our hearts and minds to live Jesus-first in every area of our daily lives - our families, our jobs, our hobbies.
We were never meant to walk life alone. We are made for community. In community we find belonging. In community we help each other walk a Jesus-first life. In community we serve on mission.
We serve with grace as an overflow of the grace given to us. We serve each other and the world with humility and generosity, even sacrificing our own comforts in order to display the love of Jesus.
The end result of discipleship is multiplication. As we follow Jesus, we equip, empower, and send others to do the same both locally and around the world. We intentionally pour ourselves into the lives of others in order to make disciples of Jesus.
On Easter Sunday 1952, two Bethel College students began to hold services in an old brick schoolhouse near Edwardsburg, Michigan. The following year, the group moved their services into the recreation room of the founding pastor's house. Attendance grew quickly, and after much prayer and sacrifice, the first portion of the present property was purchased. On Easter Sunday three years later, more than 100 people worshipped in the new church building. Granger MC has grown siginificantly since those early days building two additional worship centers as well as the Family Life Center. More importantly, Granger MC has remained an integral part of the Granger community as a light on the curve of Rt.23 for more than five decades with countless stories of lives transformed by the gospel.