Emerald City Metropolitan Community Church was founded in 1972 by and for the LGBTQQIA community.
Worship: 11 am Sundays in the Chapel of University Temple United Methodist Church, 1415 NE 43rd St.,at 43rd St. & 15th Ave. in the University District. Free Parking and nursery. 206-325-2421, email@example.com
MCC Seattle has served the Seattle area for more than 40 years in affiliation with Metropolitan Community Churches.
The Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches was founded in 1968 by Reverend Troy Perry, specifically to minister to the needs of the lesbian and gay community at a time when other Christian denominations were not open and affirming. The lesbian and gay community has an ongoing need to approach God without shame or with second-class status.
Today, our ministry continues to actively support those with HIV and AIDS, and to advance our commitment to social justice. MCC churches provide a place where our relationships, our marriages, and our holy unions are fully recognized and honored in the Christian community.
MCC Seattle is a Progressive Christian church, established in May 1972. We are part of the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches (UFMCC.com), which seeks to affirm the lives of people in their individual journeys of Christian faith.
MCC Seattle is rooted in the LGBTQQIA communities. With respect for spiritual diversity, we exemplify inclusivity in worship and community, provide spiritual education, community outreach, and promote social transformation by advancing our call to social action and justice.
This week's newsletter: MLK Weekend!
This week's Pastoral Devotion from Rev. Brian: "Backpedaling has always irritated me. When I take a step forward, I always want to take another forward- not backward! When I am assembling furniture, sometimes I put a piece together wrong and I have to take it apart. That really frustrates me. I am a progress-minded person. So it really aggravates me when I perceive our world taking backward steps when we have made such great progress forward. Especially with this coming weekend commemorating Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, I think of all the hard work and sacrifice that has been put into building a more just and peaceful society. Minority bodies have been lynched, burned, shot, tortured, and murdered along the way. We continue to affirm that Black Lives Matter because African Americans continue to be killed unjustly across our country. These murders are terrible setbacks on the road to justice. But no mortal can hold back those of us who have been put on this earth to keep resisting, disrupting, subverting, acting up, pushing the envelope, and breaking the mold. Steps backward will likely always anger me, but I am going to do my very best to use that anger positively for the change we hope and dream for. "Ain't gonna let nobody turn me round!"
Affirmations: I am a change-maker. I am a peace-maker. I strive for Divine Justice. And so it is. Amen."
This week's Newsletter: Guest Speaker Calvin Witcher and Potluck this Sunday!
Join us this Sunday at 11am to hear guest speaker Calvin Witcher, followed by our monthly potluck lunch!
Everyone have a wonderful transition from this year to the next. Be safe and we'll see you at 11am tomorrow for worship!
Rest In Peace and Rise In Glory
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mccseattle.org Emerald City MCC Seattle is the oldest GLBTIQ-founded church in Seattle, meeting Sundays in the University District.
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WHO WE ARE: We are a community of 22-35 year olds at Bethany Community Church who think following Christ matters and the best way to understand this Gospel is to see it lived out in community.
Our vision is to bring wholeness to lives through Jesus Christ. Worship services on Sundays at 10am.
Visitors welcome. "Bring with you all the good that you have, and let us add to it."
Disciples making Disciples
A faith community that exists to connect the people of North Seattle to the life and mission of Jesus.
Love God ~ Love Others ~ Serve the World
8:30am Service (Cantonese) 10am Service (English) 11:30am Service (Cantonese)
A Community of Grace & Peace for Seattle. Established in 1892.
Join us on Sundays @ 10:00 am and for our prayer meetings Wednesday @ 7:pm.
Visit us this Sunday! SUNDAY SERVICE is at 10:00am Regal Cinemas at Northgate 301 NE 103rd St. Seattle, WA 98125