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MCCDC: Servant Leadership

Communication from your MCCDC Leadership Greetings MCCDC family, Our ability to offer virtual worship is because of your generosity! During this time, we ask that you remain prayerful and active around continued giving. You can give online at mccdc.com/donate, text your gift to (202) 999-3841, or mail your gift to 474 Ridge St. NW, Washington,…

MCCDC: Were Going to Make It!

Communication from your MCCDC Leadership Greetings MCCDC family, Our ability to offer virtual worship is because of your generosity! During this time, we ask that you remain prayerful and active around continued giving. You can give online at mccdc.com/donate, text your gift to (202) 999-3841, or mail your gift to 474 Ridge St. NW, Washington,…

MCCDC: What Belongs to God?

Communication from your MCCDC Leadership Greetings MCCDC family, Your leadership team acknowledges that there may be growing anxiety around the coronavirus expansion. We want you to know that we are taking precautions at church to keep things as healthy and safe as possible. We have increased cleaning and disinfecting of common surfaces. We want to…

MCCDC: Turning the Tables

The immigrants who have joined me, serving me and loving my name, becoming my servants, everyone who keeps the Sabbath without making it impure, and those who hold fast to my covenant: I will bring them to my holy mountain, and bring them joy in my house of prayer. I will accept their entirely burned…

MCCDC: Joining the March

MCCDC Family News Regarding Rev. Dwayne This week Rev. Dwayne suffered a heart attack and had a procedure done successfully. He is mending and will be released from the hospital today. What he needs now is time to rest and heal. We appreciate the love and concern of each of you and we are respectfully…

MCCDC: Learn to Sit with Not Knowing

“Clinging to what you already know is the path to an unlived life. So cultivate beginner’s mind, move directly into your not-knowing, and take the risk of failing and falling, again and again-then getting up to learn again and again. That’s the path to a life lived large in the service of love, truth, and…

MCCDC: The Trust and Reconciliation Paradox

When you have lost your voice and don’t know how to trust yourself, it’s impossible to trust anyone else. ~Trust by Iyanla Vanzant This month we are ‘holding dear to truth and trust.’ What does it mean to recognize, proclaim, and live our truth? How do we even determine what our personal truth IS? Our…

MCCDC: The Security Paradox

“The security this world offers is a delusion. The security God offers is a promise.” ~Marilyn Chandler McEntyre We live in a world where security breaches are an ongoing occurrence. Several times a day messages pop-up on my cell phone and computers with various security alerts or offers to upgrade my security systems. As our…

MCCDC: THE HAPPINESS PARADOX

“Jesus teaches us the Beatitudes because they speak a truer truth about what happiness is. Want to be happy? Choose to live differently than what the world sells as happiness.” ~jdj Every day we are told lies. There is the blatant fake news on social media. There are the “facts” that are twisted to support…

MCCDC: REVEAL REAL LOVE

“What if we were real? We’d think a little less of ourselves. We’d care about someone else. Maybe we could let someone love us. Maybe we’d be a little more like Jesus.” ~Mandisa Check it out: Click Here! Mandisa – What If We Were Real (Neva Remix/Lyric Video) I’ve been listening to “What If We…