Conspiracy of Kindness

We like to engage in what we call our Conspiracy of Kindness. These are typically smaller events, designed to have an impact by meeting a direct need, one kind act at a time. Something as simple as passing out flowers, putting quarters in machines at a laundromat or visiting those in nursing homes are all examples of some of our past Conspiracy of Kindness outreaches.


Once or twice a year we like to offer a free festival to the community, where families can come and enjoy time together in a safe environment, with no-strings attached. In the past we have held these festivals on our own, or while showing the community the true spirit of Jesus, as we've worked together with other churches, to offer this event. Whether it's during the spring or a Christ centered alternative to Halloween, you're sure to have a good time. Past events have offered a wide assortment of games, food and prizes, including support from some of the local businesses.

Thanksgiving Dinner Giveaway

Every year M3 church blesses 100-130 families in need with a box filled with everything needed for a delicious Thanksgiving meal. All the boxes are filled based on the family's size and need, and then prayed for before being given out. M3 members come out to put the boxes together, fill and decorate them, giving of their time, effort and finances. Everyone from the oldest to youngest members get involved filling boxes and decorating them. It is truly a blessed time for all, with no strings attached

Christmas Toy Giveaway

Every year M3 Church reached out to the community by offering wrapped gifts to families, who might otherwise go without. Families register ahead of time and then show up to watch a short production which reminds us what the true meaning of Christmas is. Afterwards, each child receives 2-3 wrapped presents and everyone enjoys all cookies, hot chocolate, lemonade, coffee and water they can possibly consume. A time of prayer is ministry is available for all those who want it. This past year we had extra toys, so we allowed the kids to choose from those not wrapped and make their own gift-bags. The theme for the evening is simply, fun, laughter, giving and Jesus Christ.