At Mission Bible Church, our mission is to be, “A Community of Christ Followers Who are Committed To Being Real With God, Real With Each Other, and Real in the World”. Most people who attend would describe us as casual, authentic, and welcoming. Whether you’ve been around church your whole life or embarking on a brand new journey -- we have a place for you.   Explore our site and find ways to get connected to MBC, from joining a small group, attending programs for all ages, to serving in our church and community.

Join Us Online or In Person

Minooka Campus

5:00 PM on Saturdays

9:00 and 10:30 AM on Sundays

Morris Campus

9:30 AM on Sundays

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Next Steps Counter

If you have questions,  plenty of information is available at our Next Steps counter on our weekends.  You can also contact Pastor Brent Molskness with questions.  He'd be glad to help get you connected!

Weekend Service Information

Join us Online or In Person at Mission Minooka at 5:00 PM on Saturdays, or 9:00 and 10:30 AM on Sundays

or at Mission Morris at 9:30 AM

Mission Kids will be available for Infants through 4th graders

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In our main worship service you can expect a casual setting with live music and relevant, engaging, and biblical teaching.


Our Minooka campus is located at 412 N. Wabena Ave. | PO Box 255 | Minooka, IL 60447.  

Our new Morris Campus is located at Saratoga School 4040 N Division St. Morris, IL 60450

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Information for Families

Our hope at Mission Bible Church is to partner with parents to make an impact in their child’s life!

We look forward to meeting you and your family! 

On your first visit, stop by our Next Steps Counter or registration kiosks so that we can help you register your kids.

For your child’s safety, you will receive two tags when you check in – one for your child and one for you. The tag is used to contact you during services via the number on the tag and screen in our worship venues if you are needed. You will also use your tag when you pick up your child. It will be checked by the volunteer in their classroom and again when you exit. All volunteers working with our kids have undergone a background check and attended training.

For those who want to dig deeper into who we are, what we believe, and our roots, check out the resources below.

  • What We Believe

    Mission Bible Church is a diverse gathering of backdrops and backstories. We are united in our core belief that humanity is utterly broken by sin but thoroughly loved by God. Our hope is singularly found in the Lord Jesus Christ. He is more than an ideology, religion, or path.  He is our Savior and transforms every facet of our life. To read a fuller explanation of our core beliefs, check out our Articles of Faith.

  • MBC Staff and Leadership Team

    Click Here to see our full list of staff and leadership team members. There is also a link to contact many of the team members if you need to reach one directly.

  • Our Story

    Our story begins with two men back in 1979.

    These men had a burden to communicate the message of salvation through Jesus to the Village of Minooka. 

    A small group of locals began meeting in Minooka Jr. High as they focused on learning from the Bible and building community with one another. After many years and a lot of prayer, the original church group purchased land on Wabena Avenue and in 1984 they broke ground on the first worship center.  

    Since then, our core group of planters have grown into a much larger church family who have seen God take that initial goal of declaring the freedom we have in Christ far beyond the boundary markers of Minooka.  

    The vision of those original two men is still alive and well at MBC.  

    Like the small gathering who met in the jr. high, we also recognize the absolutely pivotal role that journeying alongside other believers plays in a our spiritual growth. This is not a faith of hermits, or of spectators. God has designed us for community.

    Today MBC continues the legacy of passion for God’s Word, creativity and innovation in our proclamation, and care for one another.