MCC

  • Church of Our Savior MCC Installs Interim Pastor

    More than 50 people attended last month’s service for the installation of Rev. Jack Copas, D-Min as transitional pastor at Church of Our Savior MCC in Boynton Beach.

  • D.C. Activists Reflect On Trans Day Of Remembrance

    (WB) The lives of transgender people lost to anti-trans violence over the past year in the U.S. and worldwide were honored on Nov. 20, at D.C.’s annual Transgender Day of Remembrance held at the Metropolitan Community Church of Washington.

  • Faith: ‘God Made You The Way You Are And God Loves You The Way You Are.’

    Since being founded in 1968 by Rev. Troy Perry, the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches (UFMCC, commonly known as MCC) has sparked a spiritual revival and been at the vanguard of the civil and human rights movements by addressing important issues such as racism, sexism, ageism, homophobia, transphobia, and other forms of oppression.

  • MCC Church in Boynton Beach Concerned about Vandals & Break-ins

    Members of The Church of Our Savior Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) in Boynton Beach are uneasy about recent break-ins through a side window. In the most recent incident, vandals broke a stained glass window. The same window was also smashed earlier this year in January. The church’s pastor says she does not think it was a hate crime.

  • MCC of the Palm Beaches Vigil

    "We must gather together like this again and again, because we cannot be together enough when something like this happens. This is what we are hard-wired as human beings to do: be there and comfort one another. What happened was all about hate and violence. It had nothing to do with God or faith or any one spiritual tradition. Don't let this cut you off from your spirituality or from reaching out to others who are different from you. Reach out to one another - it's the best way to heal and to affirm life in the face of such horrific death.”

  • MCC Palm Beaches Network Launches New Network for Long-Term HIV Survivors

    A new HIV support network in Palm Beach County focuses on a large, and underserved population: HIV positive people who had the disease before the widespread use of effective antiretroviral therapy. The Metropolitan Community Church of the Palm Beaches (MCCPB) started the new network this year.

  • Special Bisexual Issue 2015 Table of Contents