Partnership at Midcurrent is the equivalent to what some may refer to as church membership. It’s just that we don’t think “membership” paints the right kind of picture for our relationship with the local church. Membership in the world today is often about the benefits you receive as a member of an organization. But we don’t think that’s what membership in the local church was ever meant to be. It’s far more about how we can contribute, as partners, to the work God is doing in and through the local church. As a result, we are excited to create a pathway toward Partnership at Midcurrent. 

Why Partnership?

Partnership is a significant step in faith for those who are truly committed to joining God in God’s mission in the Church and in the world. And it’s a step for those at Midcurrent who would proudly say, “This is my church!” 

Partners at Midcurrent will play a vital role in the direction of the church. And in addition to their regular support and participation, they will be called upon to approve an annual budget as well as significant hires, major decisions, and new ministry initiatives.

Requirements for Partnership: 

Partnership at Midcurrent is open to those who through faith in Jesus Christ: 

  1. Have said YES to personal relationship with Jesus
  2. Have been baptized or are on a journey toward baptism
  3. Desire to live a God honoring life and promise to faithfully support the mission, ministries, and priorities of Midcurrent by:
    • serving regularly 
    • giving faithfully and sacrificially
    • participating consistently in the life of the church


If you think partnership is for you, please register here where you’ll find information about the upcoming MC Partnership class at Midcurrent.

** Midcurrent is a member church of the Evangelical Covenant Church (ECC), a multiethnic movement of 875 congregations in the United States and Canada with ministries on five continents of the world. The ECC values the Bible as the word of God, the gift of God’s grace through faith in Jesus Christ, the call to extend God’s love to a hurting world, and the strength that comes from unity within diversity. For more information about the ECC and its beliefs, visit