Medical Cadet Corps
The Medical Cadet Corps (MCC) are a ministry under the Youth Department of the Seventh-day Adventist church. They are trained to serve God, their neighbors, and the community, so that in the event of an emergency they will be able to help and organize resources, both material and personal. The goal is to provide spiritual and logistical help in a quick and efficient way while maintaining high the motto: SERVE, SERVE, SERVE.
This organization provides spiritual growth to its members, giving them the opportunity to start groups, through which, as Soldiers for Christ. MCC can work diligently for the salvation of the souls that are lost in sin. It is a chance to expand their knowledge on medical concepts and emergencies like Basic First Aid and CPR, Advanced First Aid and CPR, Search and Rescue (SAR), water safety, wilderness survival, and others. The physical training is geared towards conditioning the cadets by optimizing their physical abilities while keeping a balance between body and mind. This is important because we work with other organizations that have similar goals like the community assistance group from the SDA church (ADRA). We offer our skills and knowledge to assist them.
“I am a Medical Cadet, a defender of human rights; I serve all just and noble causes. I am proud to be one. I will always act correctly, asking the All-Mighty to continuously guide my steps where ever I go. I am proud to be part of this organization. I will do everything in my power to keep on high our morals and standards. I will be loyal to those that I serve. I will obey the orders and instructions from my superiors; in God I trust. Amen.”
What we do
When a disaster strikes, the Adventist Medical Cadets have done their part in assisting the needs. The work done has been so instrumental that the Red Cross uses the Medical Cadets for disasters, both the locally and internationally. God has blessed this ministry and continues to guide it through the different obstacles that are set before it.
This section is for MCC Trainees and Pathfinder Club of The Movement Germantown Seventh-day Adventist Church.