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MCCDC: FIND YOUR DEEPER WISDOM

Sometimes our heads are groggy from the muddle of overload. Other times our heads spin with multiple conversations going on all at once. Be it brain fog or brain spin, it is easy to think and act impulsively, without deeper consideration. Motives can quickly become confused. Old ways of thinking can easily become our dominant…

MCCDC: FIND YOUR POWER

“What happens when people open their hearts in prayer? They get better.” ~ Haruki Murakami, alt. Many of my pastoral conversations center on prayer. Is there really power in prayer? We pray for wholeness of body, mind and spirit. We also pray for our broken world, including prayers for peace to calm the dangerous escalation…

MCCDC: A HOPE WITH A FUTURE IN IT

“I alone know my plans for you, says the Lord. My plans are for your prosperity and my purpose is not to harm you. My purpose is to give you hope with a future in it.” ~Jeremiah 29:11 God holds a future for each of us and for our congregation. The impulse is to try…

MCCDC: HEARTS ON FIRE

MCCDC and Unity Fellowship Church, DC 2nd Anniversary “Set your life on fire. Seek those who fan your flames.”~Rumi This Sunday at Noon, Unity Fellowship Church of Washington, DC (UFCDC) and MCCDC will worship together to celebrate our two year partnership at 474 Ridge Street NW. We are combining all our worship services into one…

MCCDC: HAROLD O. “HAL” CRAWFORD MEMORIAL SERVICE

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at 1:30 PM Metropolitan Community Church of Washington, DC Hal was a beloved member of MCCDC, recently relocating to Florida. A faithful attender of the 9 AM service, he participated in our Worship Arts Ministry throughout the years, including singing at General Conference in Chicago in 2013.

MCCDC: In Breaking Bread

Broken bread nurses our broken faith and can nourish the courage we need to leave our grave clothes behind and vacate the vault of our defeated dreams. Shannon Michael Pater; Feasting on the Word Broken bread and poured out cup are the physical and outward signs of an inward and invisible grace. The transformation that…