What church looks like is changing!
Opportunities for spiritual growth, engagement, building community and exploring your passion is a challenge. In creating a new denomination that seeks to reach out to many people who never felt at home or previously rejected by church and organized religion.
This is an opportunity to hear their stories.
A writer’s ministry; a ministry of writers as a priesthood of believers.
The Metropolitan Community Church of Washington (MCC Washington or MCC DC) was founded in 1970 by Rev. J. E. Paul Breton as the Community Church of Washington, D.C. It was chartered on May 11, 1971 by the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches. This year we celebrate 50 years of a beloved community that continues to grow in the experience of knowing the God of our understanding.