English Interpretation Available
Pre-school through High School
Bible Study and Prayer
2nd and 3rd Wednesday 10AM
Women's Bible Study
3rd Friday of the Month 7PM
English Conversation Class
David and Tomo Robison are missionaries with JEMS. David is originally from the United States, while Tomo is Japanese. They have been serving in Morioka since 2013.
MBBC is located in the central Morioka, near Iwate University. We want to provide a spiritual family for you，and help you in any way we can in your personal walk with God. We think that God's Kingdom is filled with all kinds of people. Our church is filled with the young and the old, people of diverse backgrounds.
Since the 3/11 Earthquake and Tsunami our church has been partnering with other churches, missionaries and Christian workers as part of the 3.11 Iwate Church Network. Consequently our Sunday gathering often includes visitors and missionaries from Singapore, the US, the UK, the Philipines and other parts of the world. We offer English transation of the Sermon for visitors as needed.
Jesus answered." I am the way,the truth,and the life; no one goes to the Father except by me."-- John 14:6
3.11 was a day that we will never forget.
On the second Sunday of the month, at 1:30pm we have a monthly English Bible Study for native English speakers and those interested in practicing English. Currently we are looking at the theme of Unity through the book of Ephesisians. The study is led by David Robison, one of our church's partnering missionaries.
January - July, 2017
January 8 - Study Introduction
February 12 - Chapter 1: God’s Plan to Unite Everything in Christ
March 19 – Chapter 2: Our New Relationship Through Christ
April 9 - Chapter 3: The Mystery of the Church
May 14 - Chapter 4: The Church: God’s Mechanism for Maturity
June 11 - Chapter 5 Christ: Our Model of Love
July 9 - Chapter 6: God’s Armor: Our Strength to Stand Firm for Him
Meeting the third Friday of each month, from 7-9PM.
We host a monthly English Cafe, led by native English speakers who attend our church, and international short term volunteers. People of all English levels are welcome to come and learn English, and to practice conversational English with native speakers. We also have coffee, tea and home made desserts, and play games. Each evening also features a short Bible time with encouraging testimonies and lessons from the Bible.