Biblical Counseling


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Mayflower Church’s counseling ministry, Mayflower Biblical Counseling Center, operates as an outreach service of our church under the authority of the elders. This ministry is designed to help people facing the problems of the modern society find their answers to their problems in God’s Word, the Bible.

In each case, we want to help people know the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior and to live their lives to the glory of God. Our counseling services are available to the people of our community on an application basis. We counsel in the areas of marriage, parenting, and personal problems. Our services are provided to couples, men, women, and children. 

Mayflower Biblical Counseling (MBC) operates as a ministry of Mayflower Church. MBC serves its church, community, and South Shore churches by providing counseling for a wide range of issues.


Amy Brown, MABC/ACBC.  Amy received her Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling in 2019 (The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) and currently serves in the counseling ministry and assisting Mayflower Church's development of a counseling center.  She counsels all age groups.  She is certified by the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors.  Appointments are held at the church's office building in Kingston.  You can reach her at

Anton Brown M.Div. Anton currently serves as the Senior Pastor at Mayflower Church.  His counseling load is limited due to his additional pastoral work and his counseling ministry is limited to adults.  Appointments are held at the church's office building.  You can reach him at

Marge Jean, MAFC Marge received her Master of Arts in Family Counseling (Eastern Nazarene College) and a Bachelor's degree in Bible (Philadelphia College of the Bible). She has served many years in Plymouth county's mental health and substance abuse settings.  Marge has a thorough knowledge of the Scripture and how it applies to the hearts of God's people. She is currently pursuing her certification with ACBC. Appointments are held at the church's office building in Kingston. You can reach her at