About MCC

MCC has been at the vanguard of civil and human rights movements and addresses the important issues of racism, sexism, homophobia, ageism, and other forms of oppression. MCC churches and groups are located in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Cuba, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Nigeria, Romania, Russia, Scotland, South Africa, the United States, Uruguay, and Venezuela. MCC has churches in 48 states of the United States, with members in every state.

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The World is Watching the Derek Chauvin Trial

04/05/2021 06:50 PM

For Immediate Release: Friday, April 2, 2021 THE WORLD IS WATCHING THE DEREK CHAUVIN TRIAL People around the world are watching the trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin, and Rev. Cecilia Eggleston says it’s a time for faith … Continued

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CONNECT with what’s happening around Metropolitan Community Church

03/31/2021 04:07 PM

What’s Happening at Your Church? Send news of your March online events that are open beyond your congregation to communications@mccchurch.net Share your Good News stories too and your ideas or new resources. Thank you for helping CONNECT MCC! Don’t Miss … Continued

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Commission on Pathways of Healing and Reconciliation – March 2021

03/29/2021 04:51 PM

This Commission meets monthly to review the actions and progress of the team members. In each Commission meeting there is a reflection on current events of the day. This is an enduring part of each agenda, so that we ensure … Continued

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Spiritual Leaders Need to Lead on Gun Violence, Pastors Say

03/25/2021 03:31 PM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, March 23, 2021 SPIRITUAL LEADERS NEED TO LEAD ON GUN VIOLENCE, PASTORS SAY “The murder of 10 people at a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado (USA) yesterday is a stark reminder of the grim place gun … Continued

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Announcement – Staff Changes

03/23/2021 11:53 PM

ANNOUNCEMENT! One Farewell and Thanks Two New Staff Members One New Contract Relationship March 19, 2021 Thank you Rev. Duane Romberger With great regret, we let you know that Duane Romberger, who served as our contracted External Communications Co-ordinator, completed … Continued

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A Statement From Rev. Elder Cecilia Eggelston on Atlanta Attacks

03/19/2021 03:22 AM

For Immediate Release: Thursday, March 18, 2021 A STATEMENT FROM REV. ELDER CECILIA EGGLESTON ON ATLANTA ATTACKS   Rev. Elder Cecilia Eggleston, Moderator of the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches, today issued the following statement: “The murderous attacks in … Continued

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Pontiff is Wrong on Same-Sex Marriage – Church Leader Says

03/18/2021 06:57 PM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, March 16, 2021 PONTIFF IS WRONG ON SAME-SEX MARRIAGE, CHURCH LEADER SAYS Pope Francis’ statement yesterday that the Catholic Church cannot bless “sinful same-sex unions” is a continuation of the long-held and misguided belief that same-sex … Continued

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Focus – March 2021

03/15/2021 07:51 PM

March, 2021 F O C U S features stories about specific local ministries from Metropolitan Community Churches around the world.   IN THIS ISSUE: Hot Meals and a Serving of Compassion A Witness for Love and Justice COVID Shuts Down … Continued

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A Statement Regarding COVID Restrictions Lifting

03/15/2021 06:06 PM

From the MCC Senior Leadership Team Dear People of God, Metropolitan Community Churches rejoice with the world that so many people are being vaccinated against COVID-19. Like many, we welcome the glimmer of hope that illuminates our way forward beyond … Continued

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February Update from your MCC Governing Board

03/09/2021 06:37 PM

MCC Governing Board February Meeting Update: Governing Board Narrative for 2 January 2021: Dear Friends: The meeting of February 2nd, 2021 opened with a short prayer calling us together as community. We check in with each other at the beginning … Continued

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