Buildings have never defined us, but a simple love for people interested in the things of Jesus and a heart bent toward caring for the least of these. MPCC has dared to be missional and transparent with a heart to be and make disciples of Jesus.


The name Mission Point Community Church was chosen very intentionally.  We believe it describes the church we are called to be.

“Mission” because we want to be defined as on mission – a mission to share the Gospel and make disciples “as we go” locally and to the nations.

“Point” because we want to be very focused; we want everything we do to support that mission.

“Community” because we know that, only as the body of Christ, can we be effective; by combining our individual gifts, passions, experiences, and resources, we become a “church” capable of making a real difference locally and around the world.



In June of 2013, after 20 years serving churches across the Southeast, Pastor Doug Campbell accepted the invitation to become Executive Director of Re-Vision, Inc., a missions organization serving “the least of these” in the Dominican Republic.

After but a few months, however, Doug realized that his passion for missions had in no way diminished his calling to serve a local church.  After much prayer, and at the urging of some trusted friends and advisors, Mission Point Community Church was born.

The first official gathering of MPCC was on January 5, 2014, as 17 people worshiped together in the Campbell home.  After quickly outgrowing that space, the services were moved to the Concord Baptist Association offices, and then the current location - 2227B Southpark Drive, Murfreesboro, TN.