Do Good Local exists to aid us to obey the Lord's command to love our neighbor as ourselves. 

"Teacher, which is the great commandment in the Law?" And he said to him, "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and with all your mind. This is the great and first commandment. And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself.

Matthew 22:36-39

  • hearts of mercy

    HEARTS OF MERCY is a grass roots organization that empowers children to make positive choices and reach their potential. We offer after school tutoring and mentoring and sponsor underserved youth in sports and extracurricular activities. Learn more about HEARTS OF MERCY

  • family promise

    We are there when a family’s homelessness is imminent, and we work to avoid the trauma of a family losing their housing. Our Affiliates do this through:

    • Case management and community support
    • Rental assistance, security deposits
    • Utility support
    • Landlord mediation
    • Housing location
    • Transportation – gas cards, bus passes, and car donations

    Keeping families out of shelter is good public policy and good fiscal policy. When families have lost housing and reach out to Family Promise, we provide alternatives to shelter, including:

    • Temporary hotel/motel stays
    • Payments for rent in arrears, security deposits
    • Landlord mediation and housing location
    • Creative solutions leveraging a family’s strengths
    Learn more about Family Promise
  • Grief share

    GriefShare is a network of 15,000+ churches worldwide equipped to offer grief support groups. The program is nondenominational and features biblical concepts for healing from your grief. 

    Register for our GriefShare group

    GriefShare meets here at MBC in the conference room starting September 8th every Friday until December 8th.

    Call the church office for more information (609) 597-7586

  • open door

    The mission of The Open Door is to share the hope and love of Jesus Christ, encourage an understanding of the sanctity of life, provide life-affirming alternatives to abortion, and support these alternatives with compassionate and practical care.

    The Open Door Pregnancy Center provides services through peer options counseling, pregnancy tests, ultrasound tests, material assistance, parenting programs, post-abortion support, and abstinence support. 

    Learn more about The Open Door Pregnancy Center

  • Starve poverty international

    Starve poverty started out of a burden that Ron Fraser had after experiencing the extreme poverty of Mexico. After a couple of trips Ron realized the language barrier was too great for him. Ron had then been invited to Exuma, Bahamas to teach courses in marriage and individual counseling. He soon realized the economical struggle and the poverty on the island was far greater than just counseling. Ron soon changed his focus to “breaking the chains of poverty”. Ron has built a board around him who supports and helps execute the vision of the organization. 

    Learn more about Starve Poverty International

  • Nursing home ministry

    The Nursing Home Ministry meets at a local nursing home Monday's at 10:30-11:00am to share songs, a short message, touching hearts with kind words or prayer.

    Call the church office for more information (609) 597-7586