We understand that before visiting a church for the first time, you may have some questions. Read through the following frequently asked questions to become familiar with what you can expect while visiting MABC.

What will the preaching be like?

You can expect the sermon to be the centerpiece of the service. Each sermon is based on scripture and is presented in a worshipful and reverent manner. A majority of the preaching is expository and always explains scripture in the context that it was intended to be studied. The goal of each sermon is to bring glory to our Lord and Savior while accurately relating the Word of God to the needs of the congregation.

What will the music be like?

The music of MABC is comprised of mainly traditional hymns, choruses and specials, worshipfully and reverently presented in a conservative manner with the goal of bringing glory to God while also uplifting the hearts and engaging minds of the congregation. Both aspects of style and message are considered important when planning the song service so as to properly reflect the majesty and holiness of our God and the doctrines found in His Holy Word.

Is there something for the kids?

In the Sunday School hour, there are classes that are tailored to children of all ages. If you so choose, your kids may attend our children’s church service which is dismissed shortly before the sermon in our AM service. On Wednesdays, we have a children’s ministry, Frontline, that meets separately from the Adult Prayer and Bible Study. There is a nursery available every service for children under the age of 4.

What should I wear?

There is no official dress code at MABC nor is the attire consistent from person to person. Whether you choose to wear jeans and a collared shirt or a suit and tie, you will feel at home. Just remember, you are coming to worship the King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

How many people regularly attend?

We are a relatively small but diverse and growing congregation. In the summer, our morning service has 50-60 faithful attenders. Our attendance does seem to rise in the winter as we have many people from the north who choose to worship with us while staying here in Florida during the cold weather months. Our congregation is made up of every age group and believers from varied backgrounds and ethnicities.