Welcome to Muskegon County Cooperating Churches
Muskegon County Cooperating Churches is Muskegon County’s oldest and largest ecumenical ministry. Together we discern needs in the community and create social service programs to meet those needs. We occasionally facilitate educational forums and or distribute educational and worship resources.
Cooperating Churches organizes community worship events, celebrating Christian unity in a richly diverse faith community. We provide information services to help connect faith congregations, social agencies, and the broader community.
Moved by the love of Christ,
we seek reconciliation and justice for all,
reaching across barriers that divide
to alleviate poverty, both spiritual and physical.
Mobile Food Pantry
The food we distribute comes from the Feeding America West Michigan Food Bank Inc. drawn primarily from the surpluses of local and national food and grocery products companies. See the Food Pantry page for Mobile Food Pantry Schedule and more details.
Muskegon Depot Delivery
The Muskegon Depot Delivery Program brings food ordered by local pantries to the Mart Dock every other week. To participate, pantries must be certified by Feeding America West Michigan Food Bank, Inc. The Muskegon Depot Delivery Program is supported by a generous gift from the Thomas & Geraldine Seyferth Fund of the Community Foundation for Muskegon County.
We appreciate your support!
Muskegon County Cooperating Churches is a
501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
A start-up initiative to broaden awareness and ministry in the community in regards to addiction and recovery through congregational participation. The following Churches have been certified to be Recovery Congregations:
love N Grace Healing Centers
First Baptist Church
New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Mt. Hermon Zion Baptist Church
St. Gregory's Episcopal Church
Every other week Muskegon County Cooperating Churches tapes a television program at the studios of First Baptist Church. Hosted by Rev. Tim Vander Haar of First Congregational United Church of Christ in downtown Muskegon, the program is a conversational format spotlighting area ministries and people of the faith community. “Profiles on Muskegon” can be seen on Cable Local Access Channel 7 on Thursday evenings at 9 pm, Saturday evenings at 7 pm, and Sunday afternoons at 1 pm.