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“MCCDC will be known for the songs we sing and the joy we share. Our transformational stories and vibrant art will open new windows into the loving heart of our Creator. The love of Christ will shine through our lives reflecting a generous welcome with affirming acceptance. Our movement is becoming a faith community of many ages, cultures, and walks of life.”
~From “Our Vision” approved by
Special Congregational Meeting

This Sunday we are celebrating 46 years of transformative ministry. Rev. David North, one whose transformational story has connected with ours through the years, is our guest preacher for 9 AM and 11 AM. The theme is “Invitation to Transformation.”

The first MCC invitation to transformation was on October 6, 1968 when Rev. Troy Perry opened his small home for the first Metropolitan Community Church worship service. In Huntington Park, a suburb of Los Angeles, the twelve who gathered knew that God was present with them and inspiring them to imagine a church beyond the walls of fear, discrimination and hatred.

A church of a transformative, generous welcome was a vision that met the needs of the Los Angeles community. And the vision stretched beyond. Soon MCC expanded to other cities, including Washington, DC. The first MCC service in Greater Washington was held in 1970 at 705 7th Street SE. Officially chartered in 1971, the Metropolitan Community Church of Washington, DC continues to live out the vision of love.

This Sunday at 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM we are celebrating 46 years of ministry. With gratitude, we will remember those who first came together to create a place with a fully open Communion Table. MCCDC has continued to provide a place where people from a variety of backgrounds come together to create community.

Today, in 2017, we remain committed to reaching out in love. As our world becomes increasingly fractured through greed, fear and isolation, our ministry is more vital than ever.

Plan to join in the celebration this Sunday. In addition to Rev. David North as our guest preacher, special features will include dance from Moving Spirit, uplifting music, honoring our long-term members, receiving new members, the Jim McCann Memorial Award for Ministry and Service, and more.

See you Sunday!

By Faith, Rev. Elder Dwayne Johnson
Rev Dwane Johnson

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Facilitated by Rev. Elizabeth McCain

Rev Elizabeth McCain

Workshop Series for the LGBTQ/Allies- “RENEW YOUR SOUL, and CELEBRATE YOUR STRENGTHS DURING UNCERTAIN TIMES”- Facilitated by Rev. Elizabeth McCain
We are being impacted by uncertainty these days. And we are strong and resilient people! In these workshops learn how to transform your fear and stress into empowerment and peace. In a sacred circle, come renew your body, mind, and Spirit through spiritual practices, journaling, identifying and celebrating your strengths, and sharing your stories. Deepen your friendships and become a source of light and healing in our world.

Dates and Times- Wednesdays May 3rd and 10th, from 7:00-8:30pm MCCDC, 474 Ridge St. NW, Washington, DC 20001

Rev. Elizabeth McCain is an interfaith minister and energy therapist, as well as a spiritual counselor and storyteller in Takoma Park, Md. She assists the LGBTQ/Allies communities in living soul-directed, meaningful lives- specializing in loss, grief, transitions, illness, aging, positive psychology and forgiveness. Elizabeth believes that sharing and reframing our stories in community heals hearts and changes the world. She brings passion, wisdom, and humor to her work and play in the world.

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Sunday, May 21st at 3 PM
405 W Monument St
Baltimore, MD 21201

Rev. Elder Dwayne Johnson, preaching
Eclectic Praise, Special Music

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Sunday May 7 at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

MCCDC at sunset


Special Preaching Guest
Rev. David North

Plan to join us for special 46th Anniversary services. Saturday night will be a time of sharing a meal, lots of music, and a Spirit-led word from Rev. David North. Dinner will begin at 6 p.m. and flow into a great time of worship. Our Sunday services will celebrate our stories and the people who have made MCCDC a place of transformation through the years. The service will also include special music and a some surprises to inspire us forward to continue our journey of transformation.

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The Older Adult Ministry Monthly Pot Luck will be held today. All Older Adults 50 and above are welcome to attend.

MCCDC potluck - Bring A Dish to Share!

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Feed My Sheep, John 21: 15-17

On the First and Second Sunday of each month please see Cecelia Hayden-Smith at the information station to sign up for SHARE or contact Sonia Grant at or 202-638-7373
Let’s make share one of our great ministries, God gave us a directive to feed his sheep.That means you and me. Please donate.

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MCC Conference for People of African Descent(PAD)


Today I registered for the MCC Conference for People of African Descent, Friends and Advocates (PAD). This is the 9th PAD Conference. Through the years, I have been challenged and inspired at these conferences. I have received tools to help me be a better though imperfect advocate. I have also made friendships that provide mutual nourishment to keep doing the difficult yet joyful work of justice. I would like for at least twenty people from MCCDC to join me from August 3-5 in St. Louis.

See You in St Louis! Rev. Elder Dwayne

Click Here for Registration and Conference Information

Rev Dwane Johnson

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Creating a Life that Matters (CLM)


Steve Jones and Rev Cathy Alexander will facilitate this 18 week discipleship course.

Creating a Life that Matters (CLM) is a three-course curriculum which explores ways to rediscover relationship with the Sacred, with my Self, and with my Passion. These three courses correspond to the spiritual experiences of being changed, gifted and called.
Graduates of CLM 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. CLM integrates art, scripture, music, film, journaling, and diverse spiritual resources to augment our exploration of the Christian path.
If you are interested in becoming a part of this amazing event or receiving more information, please contact Rev Cathy at or 202-638-7373.

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MCCDC to visit National Museum of African American History and Culture

Sunday May 7 at 3PM.

Rev Cathy has a limited number of tickets available for the church. If you would like to attend, please email her at

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MCCDC Health Fair and Flea Market Sponsor by the Older Adult Ministry

When: June 24, 2017
Time 1-4 PM
Place: MCCDC, 474 Ridge St. NW, Washington, DC 20001
The Health fair will provided FREE screening , testing and exercise tips.
At the flea market you can get sell items you no longer want or used. Tables are free and all profits from the sales go to MCCDC church.

For more information contact Rev Cathy at or 202-638-7373.

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5th Annual Party with a Purpose

Saturday, May 27, 2017 ? 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm

Creating LGBTQ/SGL 400 New Jersey Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
Friendly Environments Donation: $20 advance / $30 at the door

If you are interested please go to the Information Station

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New!!! MCCDC Google Plus and Instagam Pages!

Click the links below to visit now !!!

Click Here to see MCCDC Google Plus Page

Click Here to see MCCDC Instagram Page

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Join the National Center for Transgender Equality

Join the National Center for Transgender Equality on Friday, June 9th for a Transgender Lobby Day on Capitol Hill!
NCTE works hard in Washington D.C. to fight anti-trans legislation and promote trans inclusive policies, but we need you here too. Your presence and personal stories provide the human experiences that change hearts and minds. When you make your voice heard, your lawmakers take note!
This year, we want legislators to know the trans community and understand that we are a powerful force for progress. We must make it clear that the trans community is strong and organized and stands in solidarity with other communities under attack around the country.

Sign up here to meet with your representatives one-on-one.

Sign up here to meet with your representative one-on-one

When: Thursday, June 8th – Friday, June 9th, 2017
Where: Washington, DC
Who should register?
• Transgender people
• Parents and families of transgender people
• Transgender rights advocates and allies

What to expect

You will connect with a network of advocates and supporters of trans equality while gaining the tools necessary to effectively lobby your representatives in D.C. and your home state.

Join dozens of others who will walk the halls of the U.S. Congress sharing personal stories and encouraging legislators to do the right thing by supporting transgender rights.Limited travel and housing assistance is available. We want legislators to hear your voice.

Click Here For More Information

If you have more questions about this or anything else related to Lobby Day, contact me at
Kory Masen, Lobby Day Organizer
National Center for Transgender Equality


National Center for Transgender Equality
1400 16th St. NW, Suite 510
Washington D.C. 20036

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Throughout the Bible God teaches that we are stewards of our world. To be better stewards, MCCDC will soon begin recycling. Until we roll out a full-blown recycling program, we are asking everyone to do two things. First, we generate a lot of paper waste like left behind bulletins, newspapers and magazines. Please take these items home with you to recycle. Second, DC outlawed styrofoam in 2014. We appreciate people contributing cups and plates to the church, yet to be in compliance with the regulation we cannot accept styrofoam items any longer. If you want to contribute, please bring paper items—better yet buy ones that contain recycled material already! Thank you so much for your generosity and spirit of service.

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MCCDC Bible Study

Please join the Tuesday Night Bible Study from 7-8 PM in the Welcome Hall. A time of community, fun learning and sharing. For more information please contact Dale Madyun-Baskerville at or 202-638-7373.

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MCCDC is going live! We have an opportunity to use of our AV system to reach outside our walls to many people who may not be able to join us in person. To make this happen we must have a subscription service that will provide us the ability to stream our services, concerts and special events, and expand opportunities for participation in our bible studies and other activities remotely. The testing done so far with streaming has generated a lot of excitement, particularly by those who have been unable to visit our church.

You can be a part of making this happen in a number of ways: (1) pray for our reach beyond the walls of our church (2) join others in donating to cover the one-time annual cost of the service and associated AV training for our volunteers; and (3) consider joining the AV ministry.

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You can contact the church office with questions at 202-638-7373 or

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MCCDC electronic giving

With EasyTithe, supporting the church is as simple as clicking a mouse or whipping out your smart phone.

Our new online system allows you to make a financial donation to the church with your credit card or direct debit from your banking account.

You’ll be asked to set up your MCCDC EasyTithe Account. You can set it up to make a one-time/anytime donation or make a recurring donation.

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You also can give by text 202-999-3841. Please contact the church office with questions at 202-638-7373 or

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MCCDC Yoga classes

YOGA Classes at MCCDC! There is room for you!
To nourish your physical body in addition to your spiritual body. Yoga is held on Mondays from 7-8 PM. Hope to see you then. If you have questions or desire additional information please contact Rev. Cathy at or 202-638-7373.
~ Namaste (“The Spirit in me honors the Spirit in you”)

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Adult Sunday School is held from 10:15 to 10:50. Please bring your coffee or tea to the upstairs conference room for the brief yet powerful time together. For more information contact Rose Herring at or 202-638-7373.

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Jonah at Sight and Sound Theater

The Tuesday night Bible Study Ministry is sponsoring a trip to see the stage production of Jonah at Sight and Sound Theater in Lancaster, PA. The trip will be on Saturday Aug 19 leaving MCCDC by caravan at 8 AM and returning to MCCDC around 8 PM. This production will also complement the Tuesday Night Bible Study focus on the prophet Jonah in August. For more information please contact Dale Madyun-Baskerville at or 202-638-7373.

Click here to find out more information from about the show.