EBLAST – MCCDC Newletter

EBLAST – MCCDC Newletter

Our weekly “EBLAST” newsletter is sent Thursdays and contains information on upcoming worship events, spiritual growth classes, social events, outreach, volunteer opportunities, and others ways to become connected with our faith community. You may sign up to receive our newsletter using the “Weekly Newsletter” form below.

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MCC Lenten Meditation for Passion Sunday

MCC Lenten Meditation for Passion Sunday

Matthew 26 and 27

The Passion Narratives are a central feature of each gospel, focusing on the last week of Jesus' life.

The passion drama is a story within the story of Jesus, one that includes all kinds of losses: betrayal, abandonment, physical suffering, humiliation, and death, as well as loss of control, of relationships, and of justice...


(by Rev. Elder Dr. Nancy Wilson continued at mccchurch.org by following the link above)

Lenten Meditation for Good Friday, April 18th, 2014 – Rev. Elder Hector Gutierrez

Lenten Meditation for Good Friday, April 18th, 2014 – Rev. Elder Hector Gutierrez

I chose this Paschal passage because is not possible to find a better Christology´s summary. In this short passage, we have a profound reflection about what is the best way to talk about the Mystery of Salvation, Passion, Death, and Resurrection, as parts of the same event.

In the understanding of many Christians, at least in the collective imagination of the Latino communities, Good Friday is always a sad day. Most of the people want to express with sacrifice their gratitude to Jesus for his passion. In my tradition, Good Friday has a larger impact on personal devotion than Easter Sunday...


( Rev. Elder Hector Gutierrez, continued at mccchurch.org by following the link above)

Bible Study Classes

  1. Bible Study: Lenten Bible Study Continues Tuesday, April 22nd – Discipline of Surrender

    April 22 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    MCCDC 474 Ridge Street, NW Washington, DC

Please click here for our service times, contact info, and a map to our location.

Creating a Life that Matters is a three-course curriculum which explores ways to rediscover relationship with the Sacred, with one’s Self, and with one’s Passion. These three courses correspond to the spiritual experiences of being changed, gifted and called. Graduates of Creating a Life that Matters will have been challenged to broaden their understanding of all that is Sacred; integrate their self-awareness into being authentic, aware leaders; and live their passion intentionally through the life and work of the church. Creating a Life that Matters integrates art, scripture, music, film, journaling, and diverse spiritual resources to augment our exploration of the Christian path.* Courses are starting soon at MCCDC in partnership with MCCNOVA. If you are interested in becoming a part of this amazing event, please contact Rev. Cathy at revcathy@mccdc.com or 202-638-7373.


CREATING A LIFE THAT MATTERS

*A Program of Metropolitan Community Churches © 2006 Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches

MCCDC has an opportunity for one called to serve as the Minister of Worship Arts for a dynamic and growing congregation in the Nation’s Capital

MCCDC has an opportunity for one called to serve as the Minister of Worship Arts for a dynamic and growing congregation in the Nation’s Capital

This position provides worship, programming and celebration leadership for MCCDC’s dynamic and growing congregation. As Minister of Worship Arts, the incumbent oversees all activities related to worship arts. Currently there are two Sunday worship services at 9 AM and 11 AM, a Spanish Speaking Service at 6 PM on the last Saturday of each month...
(Click image to access position description PDF)

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