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Support and assistance needed for LGBTQI people in earthquake ravaged areas of Nepal

Global Justice Institute/MCC Partner with Blue Diamond Society 

The earthquake in Nepal has claimed the lives of thousands and devastated the lives of tens of thousands.  The Global Justice Institute and Metropolitan Community Churches are partnering with the BLUE DIAMOND SOCIETY, an organization working for the wellbeing of the LGBTQI communities in Nepal, with over 200,000 members. blue diamond

 

The devastation in Nepal, especially rural areas, is overwhelming, and many nations are stepping in to help.  The LGBTQI communities, however, are often overlooked and underserved if served at all.  Camps are being set up and segregated by gender, often leaving “third gender” people to fend for themselves.

 

The body of Ciatala, a third gender person, was located in a teaching hospital and the Blue Diamond Hospital was able to spare her an unidentified mass grave and provide a proper funeral with her mother in attendance today.

 

The Society is searching for the dead and trying to meet the needs of the surviving.  Immediate needs are survival needs — portable bathrooms that do not exclude trans people and can help  with hygiene and disease curtailment, tents, clothes, blankets, umbrellas, food, water, medicine, fuel for generators — the list is long and the need immediate.

 

HERE IS HOW YOU CAN HELP:

  • Please pray for all effected.
  • Send contributions to meet the needs of those effected to the Global Justice Institute today, and 100% of donations marked for Nepal will be immediately forwarded to the BLUE DIAMOND SOCIETY and its critical work on behalf of our brothers and sisters in Nepal.
    • Make your check payable to “Global Justice Institute” and put “Nepal” in the memo field.  Mail it to “The Global Justice Institute, 446 West 36th Street, New York, NY USA 10018″.
    • Donate online (safe and secure) by visiting HERE. You need a valid credit card, debit card, or PayPal account.  Please be sure to put “Nepal” in the donation dedication box in the section for Special Purposes.

Administrative Support for the Office of the Moderator

Job Title: Administrative Support for the Office of the Moderator
Department: Moderator
Reports To: Linda Brenner-Beckstead, Associate Director/Communications Manager
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Half-time (18.75 hours per week), health insurance and moving expenses not provided, temporary position
Prepared By: Linda Brenner-Beckstead
Prepared Date: 29 April 2015
Job Duties, Responsibilities, Qualifications, and Requirements
Job Summary Provide half-time clerical administrative support to the Office of the Moderator, Governing Board, Senior Leadership Team, Council of Elders, and other MCC teams.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
  • Organize/arrange travel including booking air and ground transportation. Research and select locations for meetings. Arrange lodging.
  • Set up virtual meeting space for Moderator, Governing Board, and Moderator’s MCC teams, create meeting PowerPoint, and attend meetings to take notes.
  • Maintain Master Calendar and MCC public calendar for Moderator and Moderator’s MCC Team events.
  • Coordinate virtual meeting space for Moderator’s Office meetings.
  • Arrange meetings for Moderator and MCC teams.
  • Correspondence, as directed.
  • Update existing Word documents and create report templates to use as needed.
  • American Express coding.
  • Post documents to meeting folders on Google drive.
  • Make basic updates to PowerPoint templates.
  • Create certificates for church anniversaries and other events.
  • May assist with General Conference preparation activities.
  • Social Media posts for Moderator


Qualifications – To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Education and/or Experience High School degree with education, training, and/or experience in the use of Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint; Outlook; Google Drive; Google Hangouts, Skype, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites.
Written, Verbal, Interpersonal  Communication, Mathematical, and Reasoning Ability

Ability to read and interpret documents such as Strategic Plan, Profit/Loss report. Ability to review and edit reports for formatting (i.e. column widths) and editing (i.e. punctuation). Generate correspondence according to needs of the Moderator and Associate Director/Communications Manager.

Ability to speak effectively to clergy, congregants, MCC employees, office directors, elders, members of the Governing Board, donors.

Ability to arrange travel by comparing options and making arrangements that meet the needs of the Moderator while meeting budget.

Ability to independently organize time and meet job deadlines. Ability to assist Moderator in meeting deadlines.

Ability to solve practical problems and follow instructions in creating and revising documents to improve or update products produced in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

Ability to effectively communicate in an office environment in which much interaction occurs through phone, email, messaging, Skype, and virtual meetings.

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee will need to complete the majority of tasks on a computer (PC or Mac). The employee will need to be able to access internet in a home office in addition to commute to the Moderator’s office in Sarasota, Florida (USA) at employee’s own expense. Vision abilities include vision needed to work on a computer, read typed and handwritten notes from the Moderator, email, messenger, and other electronic messages, access Microsoft Office software (software provided), Facebook, Skype, Adobe Connect, and Google Drive.

The employee will need to communicate with the Associate Director/Communications Manager and others as needed by cell phone, email, and other systems of communications as needed (i.e. Skype).

Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The employee will work from the Moderator’s office and occasionally from a home office in a division of time to be determined. The Associate Director/Communications Manager will determine the frequency the employee will visit the corporate office. Compensation for mileage is not included in the hourly wage.

Personal Characteristics
  • Team Player
  • Able to keep confidences
  • Oral and written communications skills
  • High integrity
  • Flexibility
  • Ability to research, assimilate, and synthesize information
Important Information
  • Part time, 18.75 hours per week
  • Office location: Moderator’s Office in Sarasota, Florida; occasional home office
  • Relocation package is not available
  • Position is temporary until 1 October 2016
  • Response needed by: 14 May 2015
  • Please submit resume and cover letter to Linda Brenner-Beckstead: Linda@MCCchurch.net

 

Conferencia General Especial 2015

Personas Delegadas de la Cámara Laical y de la Cámara Clerical de ICM,

Recuerden emitir su voto el 6 – 7 de mayo de 2015!

Towards a free and equal world
“Hacia un mundo libre y en igualdad”, Rev. Obispa Dra. Nancy Wilson, Moderadora (Foto: Bill Owen, Allegheny College)

VOTACIÓN

Se enviarán boletas individuales por medio de Survey Monkey vía correo electrónico a las personas delegadas de la Cámara Laical y de la Cámara Clerical elegibles para que puedan abrir la boleta de votación. Recibirás un correo electrónico directamente de Survey Monkey el miércoles, 6 de maya 2015, a la 1 pm UTC/GMT (9 am EDT).

 

Si no recibes el correo electrónico antes de las 2 pm UTC/GMT (10 am EDT), favor de contactar a la Rev. Vickey Gibbs a RevVickeyGibbs@MCCchurch.net o al teléfono 1-281-940-1558. La Rev. Vickey estará disponible para las personas delegadas hasta las 11 pm UTC/GMT (7 pm  EDT) del 6 de mayo y comenzará de nuevo a las 12 hrs GMT (8 am EDT) el 7 de mayo.

 

Habrá un enlace en el correo electrónico que te llevará ya sea a la boleta de votación laical o clerical, según corresponda. Las instrucciones para la votación estarán disponibles en los siguientes cuatro (4) idiomas: inglés, alemán, portugués y español. 

 

¿Qué puedes esperar en la boleta de Survey Monkey?:

La primera pantalla será la bienvenida y agradecimiento por participar en esta votación.

 

La segunda pantalla pedirá tu nombre, correo electrónico, tu designación de voto y el nombre de tu Iglesia.

 

La designación de tu voto para el Laicado será Delegada Laica de Iglesia, Líder Pastoral Interino, Laica Miembro del Consejo de Obispos/as, o Laica Miembro de la Junta de Gobierno. Para el clero, deberán elegir entre Activo o Jubilado.

 

La tercera pantalla pedirá que emitas tu voto para afirmar a Rev. Ines-Paul Baumann, Rev. Pat Bumgardner, Rev. Tony Freeman, Rev. Dwayne Johnson, Nancy Maxwell, J.D., LL.M., Rev. Margarita Sánchez De León y / o Rev. Dra. Candace Shultis seleccionando SI, No, o Abstención.

 

Una vez que termines tu votación, debes elegir “Done”. Se te redirigirá a la página web de ICM.

 

Favor de tener en cuenta que una vez que elijas “Done,” no podrás regresar a la bolete de votación.

 

La votación se concluirá el jueves 7 de mayo a las 9 pm UTC/GMT (5 pm EDT). Los votos serán contados por una firma independiente, y enviará los resultados a la Junta de Gobierno. La Moderadora ha designado a la Rev. Onetta Brooks, Presidenta del Comité de Gobierno/de la Junta de Gobierno, como Secretaria en esta Conferencia General Especial.

 

SI TE PERDISTE LOS FOROS DE NEGOCIOS

Si te perdiste los Foros de Negocios en vivo, fueron grabados y se han publicado. Incluso cuentan con ejemplos de las boletas de votación de ambas Cámaras, en la presentación de PowerPoint, así como en las presentaciones grabadas. Puedes consultarlos en el siguiente enlace:  

http://governingboard.mccchurch.org/meetings/special-general-conference-2015/.

 

Esperamos tu participación en esta Conferencia General Virtual para afirmar a Rev. Ines-Paul Baumann, Rev. Pat Bumgardner, Rev. Tony Freeman, Rev. Dwayne Johnson, Nancy Maxwell, J.D., LL.M., Rev. Margarita Sánchez De León y / o Rev. Dra. Candace Shultis para el puesto de Obispas y Obispos.

 

Paz y Bendiciones,
Junta de Gobierno de ICM

GoverningBoard@MCCchurch.net

2015 Special General Conference – Voting

MCC Lay House and Clergy House Delegates,

Remember to Vote 6 – 7 May 2015!

 

Towards a free and equal world
Rev. Elder Dr. Nancy Wilson, Moderator (Photo: Bill Owen, Allegheny College)

VOTING

Individual Survey Monkey ballots will be sent via email to eligible Lay House and Clergy House delegates at their email address of record when the poll opens. You will receive an email directly from Survey Monkey on Wednesday, 6 May 2015, at 1 pm UTC/GMT (9 am EDT).

 

If you have not received an email by 2 pm UTC/GMT (10 am EDT), please contact Rev. Vickey Gibbs at RevVickeyGibbs@MCCchurch.net or 1-281-940-1558. Rev. Vickey will be available to delegates until 11 pm UTC/GMT (7 pm  EDT) on 6 May and beginning again at12 noon GMT (8 am EDT) on 7 May.

 

There will be a link in the email that will take you to either the Lay or Clergy Ballot, as appropriate. The voting instructions are provided in the following four (4) languages: English, German, Portuguese, and Spanish.

 

What you can expect on your Survey Monkey Ballot:

The first screen will welcome and thank you for participating in this vote.

 

The second screen will ask for your name, your email address, your voting designation, and your church name.

 

Your voting designation for Laity will be Church Lay Delegate, Interim Pastoral Leader, Lay Member of the Council of Elders, or a Lay Member of the Governing Board. For Clergy, you will select either Active or Retired.

 

The third screen will ask you to vote to affirm Rev. Ines-Paul Baumann, Rev. Pat Bumgardner, Rev. Tony Freeman, Rev. Dwayne Johnson, Nancy Maxwell, J.D., LL.M., Rev. Margarita Sánchez De León and / or Rev. Dr. Candace Shultis by selecting Yes, No, or Abstain.

 

Once you have completed your ballot, select “Done” at the bottom of the page. You will be redirected to the MCC website home page.

 

Please note that once you select “Done,” you will not be able to return to the ballot.

 

The voting will close on Thursday, 7 May, at 9 pm UTC/GMT (5 pm EDT). The votes will be tabulated by an independent firm, and the results will be sent to the Governing Board. The Moderator has designated Rev. Onetta Brooks, Chair of the Governance Committee/Governing Board, as the Clerk for this Special General Conference.

 

IF YOU MISSED IT

If you missed the live Business Forum webinars, they were recorded and have been posted.There are also samples of both the Lay House and Clergy House ballots, found in the presentation PowerPoint charts, as well as in the recording presentations. You can access all these items via this direct link:

http://governingboard.mccchurch.org/meetings/special-general-conference-2015/.

 

We look forward to your participation in this special Virtual General Conference to affirmRev. Ines-Paul Baumann, Rev. Pat Bumgardner, Rev. Tony Freeman, Rev. Dwayne Johnson, Nancy Maxwell, J.D., LL.M., Rev. Margarita Sánchez De León and / or Rev. Dr. Candace Shultis for the position of Elder.

Líderes LGBTQ religiosos viajaran a Cuba para reunirse con oficiales de fe y el gobierno

Iglesia de la Comunidad Metropolitana invitado por Bautistas de Cuba para discutir las personas LGBTQ y fe

 

El presidente Obama y el líder cubano, Raúl Castro, hicieron historia en abril de 2015 con

un apretón de manos. El 28 de abril, líderes de la Iglesia de la Comunidad Metropolitana (ICM / MCC) harán historia al viajar a Cuba por invitación de Abriendo Brechas de Colores, un groupo de la Fraternidad de Iglesias Bautistas de CubaLideres de Abriendo Brechas de Colores, también, organizaron la reunión en el Seminario Evangélico de Teología, en Matanzas, Cuba. Allí, compartirán su experiencia de casi 50 años de ministerio con la gente de fe que son lesbianas, gays, bisexuales, transgénero, y queer (LGBTQ). Mas y mas personas que no son LGBTQ pero quieren una iglesia abierta se unen a esta comunión. 

La delegación incluirá el fundador de MCC, Rev. Obispo Troy Perry con su esposo Phillip De Blieck, así como la Rev. Obispa Dra. Mona West, y el Rev. Obispo Héctor Gutiérrez. El objetivo de la delegación es discutir los desafíos globales actuales que enfrentan las personas LGBT de fe, establecer relaciones con líderes religiosos en Cuba y explorar las posibilidades de ampliar la presencia de MCC en Cuba.

 

“Estábamos encantados de que MCC fue invitado a enviar algunos de nuestros mejores intelectuales teológicas y empresariales para el diálogo sobre la fe de nuestra historia de construir algo de la nada”, dijo la Rev. Obispa Dra. Nancy Wilson. MCC Moderador mundial, “Las personas LGBT y nuestros aliados estamos en un largo viaje; tenemos mucho que compartir de nuestros éxitos y desafíos. Sabemos que la gente de fe en Cuba también tienen tantas historias ricas para compartir con nosotros”.

 

“A lo largo de las Américas y el mundo, la gente sabe que el futuro de Cuba tendrá un impacto en el futuro de todos”, dijo el Rev. Héctor Gutiérrez, director de la red Latinoamericana de MCC. “Me encuentro con gente en los pueblos en los que viven su vida cotidiana y veo cada vez más apoyo a las familias entre sí, sin importarles la orientación sexual e o identidad de género. Tengo mucho esperanza en las relaciones de apoyo con nuestros colegas en Cuba “.
Rev. Obispa Dra. Mona West, autor prominente del Equipo de Teologías ICM / MCC, dijo: “Yo fui ordenada como Bautista del Sur antes de venir a MCC y veo con anticipación a hablar con mi familia bautista cubana en la fe. Las posibilidades de la crear asociaciones que ayudan a todo el mundo son reales. Vamos con el corazón abierto y la mente abierta para aprender cómo podemos trabajar juntos”. 

“Como fundador de ICM / MCC que se remonta a 1968, he vivido lo suficiente para ver tantas iglesias abren sus puertas y para ver congregaciones MCC en casi todos los continentes”, dijo el Rev. Obispo Troy Perry. “Nuestra familia de fe cubana nos ha invitado a compartir y escuchar. Creo que todos vamos a inspirarnos a seguir abriendo puertas!”

LGBTQ Faith Leaders Travel to Cuba to Meet Faith and Government Leaders

Historic Metropolitan Community Churches invited to Cuban seminary to discuss LGBTQ people and faith

 

President Obama and Cuban leader, Raul Castro, made history in April of 2015 with a handshake. On April 28, leaders of Metropolitan Community Churches (MCC) will make history by traveling to Cuba at the invitation of leaders of the Baptist LGBTQ group, Abriendo Brechas de Colores, from the Federación de Iglesias Bastistas de Cuba. Leaders of Abriendo Brechas de Colores are bringing together LGBTQ people and their supporters at the Evangelical Seminary of Matanzas, Cuba. There, they will share their experiences of almost 50 years of ministry with people of faith who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ), and increasingly ministering to a people who are not LGBTQ but who are looking for a more open church community.

 

The delegation will include MCC founder Rev. Elder Troy Perry with his husband Phillip De Blieck, as well as the Rev. Elder Dr. Mona West and the Rev. Elder Hector Gutierrez. The goal of the delegation is to discuss the ongoing global challenges faced by LGBTQ people of faith and to establish relationships with religious leaders in Cuba and explore possibilities to expand the MCC presence in Cuba.

 

“We were thrilled that MCC was invited to send some of our top theological and entrepreneurial minds to dialogue about faith from our history of building something out of nothing,” said global MCC Moderator, the Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson. “LGBTQ people and our allies are on a long journey; we have much to share from our successes and challenges. We know people of faith in Cuba also have so many rich stories to share with us.”

 

“Throughout the Americas and the world, people know that Cuba’s future will impact everyone’s future,” said the Rev. Elder Hector Gutierrez, head of the Latin American MCC Network. “I meet people in los pueblos where they live their daily lives and increasingly see families supporting each other, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. I am so hopeful about supportive relationships with our partners in Cuba.”

 

Rev. Elder Dr. Mona West, a leading author for the MCC Theologies Team, said, “I was ordained as a Southern Baptist before I came to MCC, and I so look forward to talking with my Cuban Baptist family in the faith. The possibilities of building partnerships that help everyone are real. We go with open hearts and open minds to learn how we can work together.”

 

“As the founder of MCC going back to 1968, I have lived long enough to see so many churches open their doors and to see MCC congregations on almost every continent,” said the Rev. Elder Troy Perry. “Our Cuban faith family has invited us to share and to listen. I believe we will all be inspired to keep opening doors!”

Leadership in Stewardship Listings Year-to-date, Mar 2015

In these Stewardship Lists in which we recognize and congratulate MCC congregations for their achievements and leadership in generous giving and attendance. Below you will find 4 lists, each of which spotlights a particular aspect of Leadership in Stewardship for the year to date, as of Dec 2014.

These lists are prepared from deposit records and data supplied by churches in the monthly assessment reports they have submitted to MCC’s administrative offices.  All currency amounts are in US$ and data is current as of 4 Feb 2015


Leadership in Year-To-Date Generous In Faith Participation

Network Church City Country / State Pastor  # months reported   # months paid  GIF Rate
 Pacific Northwest  Liberating Spirit MCC  Boise  US-ID ILP Renee McCall 12 12 4.0%
 Pacific Northwest  Liberating Spirit MCC  Boise  US-ID ILP Renee McCall 3 3 4.0%
 Australasia  MCC Auckland  Auckland  NZ Rev. Doug McGee 3 3 2.3%
 Carolinas  MCC Charleston  Charleston  US-SC Rev. Lorraine 3 3 1.5%
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC San Antonio  San Antonio  US-TX Rev. Mick Hinson 3 3 1.5%
 Colorado / Nevada  MCC Family In Christ  Ft. Collins  US-CO Rev. Ken Pilot 3 3 1.0%
 Carolinas  St Jude’s MCC  Wilmington  US-NC Rev. John A McLaughlin 3 3 0.5%
 Pacific Northwest  Emerald City MCC Seattle  Seattle  US-WA Vacant 3 3 0.5%
 Northeast US  Imago Dei MCC  Gradyville  US-PA Rev. Dextor Brecht 3 3 0.5%
 Colorado / Nevada  MCC Montana  Great Falls  US-MT Rev. Micah G. Hartung 3 3 0.3%
 Northeast US  MCC of the Spirit  Harrisburg  US-PA Rev. Lori Rivera 3 3 0.3%
 North Central US  Angels of Hope MCC  Kaukauna  US-WI Lay Led 3 2 1.1%
 Europe  Northern Lights MCC  Newcastle  UK-GB Rev. Elder Cecilia Eggleston 3 2 0.3%
 Australasia  MCC Melbourne  Melbourne  AU-VIC Sue Townsend 3 2 0.3%
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC Lubbock  Lubbock  US-TX Tony Thieman-Somora 2 2 1.5%
 South Gulf Coast  MCC of New Orleans  New Orleans  US-LA Rev. Alisan Rowland 2 2 0.5%

Leadership In Per Capita Giving (Year-To-Date)

Network Church City Country /State Pastor # months rptd  # months paid  Total Income per Capita  
 Northeast US  Imago Dei MCC  Gradyville  US-PA Rev. Dextor Brecht 3 3  $ 125.05
 Colorado / Nevada  MCC Montana  Great Falls  US-MT Rev. Micah G. Hartung 3 3  $ 69.72
 West Florida  New Day MCC of Naples  Naples  US-FL Rev. Dr. Stephanie A. Burns 3 3  $ 63.39
 North Central US  Reconciliation MCC  Grand Rapids  US-MI Rev. Steph Maxson 3 3  $ 63.08
 Pacific Northwest  Liberating Spirit MCC  Boise  US-ID ILP Renee McCall 3 3  $ 57.00
 Eastern US  Holy Redeemer MCC  College Park  US-MD Rev. David North 3 3  $ 55.95
 Central US East  Appalachian MCC  St. Albans  US-WV Rev. Michael Shields 3 3  $ 54.02
 West Florida  Gentle Shepherd MCC  Tallahassee  US-FL Rev. Elder Diane Fisher 3 3  $ 52.59
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC of Greater Dallas  Dallas  US-TX Rev. Colleen Darraugh 3 3  $ 48.86
 Central US East  MCC Louisville  Louisville  US-KY Rev. Colleen Foley 3 3  $ 46.19
 West Florida  Church of The Trinity MCC  Sarasota  US-FL Rev. Charles Tigard 3 3  $ 45.19
 Heartland  MCC Omaha  Omaha  US-NE Rev. Tom R Emmett III 3 3  $ 43.45
 Carolinas  St John’s MCC  Raleigh  US-NC Rev. Brendan Y. Boone 3 3  $ 40.46
 South Gulf Coast  MCC of Baton Rouge  Baton Rouge  US-LA Rev. A. Keith Mozingo 3 3  $ 40.34
 Northeast US  MCC of the Spirit  Harrisburg  US-PA Rev. Lori Rivera 3 3  $ 38.76
 Southwest US  Valley Ministries MCC  Stockton  US-CA Rev. Terri L. Miller 3 3  $ 38.64
 Heartland  All God’s Children MCC  Minneapolis  US-MN Rev. DeWayne Davis 3 3  $ 36.65
 Pacific Northwest  Emerald City MCC Seattle  Seattle  US-WA Vacant 3 3  $ 36.35
 Southwest US  Resurrection Beach MCC  Costa Mesa  US-CA Robert Ty Bradley 3 3  $ 36.09
 Heartland  First MCC of Kansas  Wichita  US-KS Jackie Carter 3 3  $ 35.49
 Northeast US  MCC Hartford  Hartford  US-CT Rev. Aaron Miller 3 3  $ 35.25
 Northeast US  Christ the Liberator MCC  Highland Park  US-NJ Rev. Dr. Thomas Bohache 3 3  $ 35.07
 West Florida  St. John the Apostle MCC  Ft. Myers  US-FL Rev. Stephen Filizzi 3 3  $ 34.88
 West Florida  MCC of Tampa  Tampa  US-FL Rev. Pressley Sutherland 3 3  $ 34.84
 West Florida  Trinity MCC (FL)  Gainesville  US-FL Rev. Kathy Beasley 3 3  $ 34.40
 East Florida  Open Circle at the Villages MCC  Oxford  US-FL Rev. James Lynch 3 3  $ 33.71
 Colorado / Nevada  MCC Family In Christ  Ft. Collins  US-CO Rev. Ken Pilot 3 3  $ 33.06
 Carolinas  St Jude’s MCC  Wilmington  US-NC Rev. John A McLaughlin 3 3  $ 33.00
 West Florida  SunCoast Cathedral MCC  Venice  US-FL Rev. Dr. Sherry Kennedy 3 3  $ 32.83
 East Florida  FirstCoast MCC  St. Augustine  US-FL Rev. Ruth Jensen-Forbell 3 3  $ 31.79
 Southwest US  Water of Life MCC  Tucson  US-AZ Rev. James Burns 3 3  $ 31.36
 Central US East  Eternal Joy MCC  Dayton  US-OH Rev. Joy Simpson 3 3  $ 31.19
 North Central US  Milwaukee MCC  Milwaukee  US-WI Rev. Wendy Woodruff 3 3  $ 31.08
 Northeast US  MCC of the Lehigh Valley  Allentown  US-PA Rev. Elizabeth J Goudy 3 3  $ 31.06
 Heartland  Spirit of Hope MCC  Kansas City  US-MO Vacant 3 3  $ 30.90
 West Florida  Holy Cross MCC  Pensacola  US-FL Dr Rev Jim Merritt 3 3  $ 30.35
 Central US East  LifeJourney MCC  Indianapolis  US-IN Rev. Jeff Miner 3 3  $ 30.28
 North Central US  achurch4me? MCC  Chicago  US-IL Rev Jennie Kitch 3 3  $ 29.96
 New Mexico / Texas  Central Texas MCC  Waco  US-TX Rev. Charley Garrison 3 3  $ 29.78
 Carolinas  MCC Charleston  Charleston  US-SC Rev. Lorraine 3 3  $ 29.24
 North Central US  MCC Detroit  Ferndale  US-MI Rev. Roland Stringfellow 3 3  $ 28.86
 East Florida  Church of Our Savior MCC  Boynton Beach  US-FL Rev. Catherine Dearlove 3 3  $ 28.67
 Eastern US  Shenandoah Valley MCC  Winchester  US-VA Rev. Gail Minnick 3 3  $ 28.03
 New Mexico / Texas  Exodus MCC  Abilene  US-TX Rev. Margaret Walker 3 3  $ 27.67
 East Florida  MCC Ocala  Ocala  US-FL Rev. Janice Bowker 3 3  $ 27.50
 North Central US  Heartland Community MCC  Springfield  US-IL Rev. Gina Durbin 3 3  $ 27.38
 Europe  River of Life MCC  Dorchester  UK-GB Vacant 3 3  $ 26.91
 West Florida  King of Peace MCC  St. Petersburg  US-FL Rev. Dr. Candace Shultis 3 3  $ 25.91
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  Our Hope MCC  Athens  US-GA Rev. Dr. Renee DuBose 3 3  $ 25.36
 Canada  MCC London  London  CA-ON Rev. Paul Whiting 3 3  $ 24.85
 Northeast US  MCC Boston  Boston  US-MA Vacant 3 3  $ 24.13
 Southwest US  MCC San Diego  San Diego  US-CA Rev. Daniel Koeshall 3 3  $ 23.14
 Pacific Northwest  River of Life MCC  Kenniwick  US-WA Rev. Janet Pierce 3 3  $ 21.93
 East Florida  Joy MCC  Orlando  US-FL Rev. Terri S. Steed 3 3  $ 21.65
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  The Rock MCC  Chattanooga  US-TN Vacant 3 3  $ 17.49
 Pacific Northwest  MCC of the Gentle Shepherd  Vancouver  US-WA Ken Kerr 3 3  $ 16.76
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC San Antonio  San Antonio  US-TX Rev. Mick Hinson 3 3  $ 15.47
 North Central US  MCC Peoria  Peoria  US-IL Vacant 3 3  $ 14.07
 North Central US  MCC of Flint  Flint  US-MI Vacant 3 3  $ 13.56
 West Florida  Spirit of Life MCC  New Port Richey  US-FL Vacant 3 3  $ 11.27
 Australasia  MCC Auckland  Auckland  NZ Rev. Doug McGee 3 3  $ 11.10
 Europe  Salz der Erde MCC  Stuttgart  DE Rev. Axel Schwaigert 3 3  $ 9.29
 East Florida  Sunshine Cathedral MCC  Ft. Lauderdale  US-FL Rev. Dr. Durrell Watkins 3 3  $ 9.20
 Europe  communauté MCC Montpellier  Montpellier  FR M Alingry 3 3  $ 8.62
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Cristo Sanador  Rio Piedras  PR Rev. George Gonzalez Medrano 3 3  $ 6.06
 Europe  MCC Brighton  Brighton  UK-GB Vacant 2 3  $ 122.24
 Pacific Northwest  MCC of Portland  Portland  US-OR Rev. Nathan Meckley 2 3  $ 37.71
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC Austin at Freedom Oaks  Austin  US-TX Rev. Karen Thompson 1 3  $ 46.55
 Southwest US  A Church for All MCC  Sacramento  US-CA Rev. Doretha Williams-Flournoy 1 3  $ 7.49
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC of El Paso  El Paso  US-TX Rev. Kati L Houts 3 2  $ 56.39
 Eastern US  New Life MCC of Hampton Roads  Norfolk  US-VA Rev. Mark Byrd 3 2  $ 53.50
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC Amarillo  Amarillo  US-TX Rev. Bernie Barbour 3 2  $ 39.97
 Colorado / Nevada  Pike’s Peak MCC  Colorado Springs  US-CO Alycia Erickson alycia.erickson@gmail.com 3 2  $ 30.51
 Europe  Northern Lights MCC  Newcastle  UK-GB Rev. Elder Cecilia Eggleston 3 2  $ 25.98
 North Central US  MCC of the Quad Cities  Davenport  US-IA Rev. Rich Hendricks 3 2  $ 25.10
 Australasia  CRAVE MCC  Sydney  AU-NSW Karl Hand 3 2  $ 22.64
 Europe  Living Springs MCC  Bath  UK-GB Vacant 3 2  $ 22.29
 Australasia  MCC Melbourne  Melbourne  AU-VIC Sue Townsend 3 2  $ 19.54
 Australasia  MCC Sydney  Sydney  AU-NSW Rev. Greg Smith 3 2  $ 18.04
 North Central US  Angels of Hope MCC  Kaukauna  US-WI Lay Led 3 2  $ 17.66
 Europe  MCC North London  London  UK-GB Reverend Sharon Ferguson 3 2  $ 15.01
 Europe  Safe Harbour MCC  Torquay  UK-GB Rev. Maria Briggs 3 2  $ 14.09
 South Gulf Coast  Joshua Generation MCC  Hattiesburg  US-MS Brandiilyne Dear 3 2  $ 13.23
 East Florida  MCC Key West  Key West  US-FL Rev. Steve Torrence 2 2  $ 101.89
 Central US East  New Creation MCC  Columbus  US-OH Margaret R. Hawk 2 2  $ 95.68
 Eastern US  MCC of Northern Virginia  Fairfax  US-VA Rev. Dr. Danny Spears 2 2  $ 90.91
 Southwest US  Peninsula MCC  San Mateo  US-CA Terri Echelbarger 2 2  $ 84.61
 South Gulf Coast  MCC Corpus Christi  Corpus Christi  US-TX Rev. Pat Farnan 2 2  $ 66.83
 North Central US  Holy Covenant MCC  Brookfield  US-IL Rev Tanya Guzman 2 2  $ 49.69
 North Central US  Divine Peace MCC  Pontiac  US-MI Rev. Beth Rakestraw 2 2  $ 49.60
 Eastern US  Open Door MCC  Boyds  US-MD Rev. Miller J Hoffman 2 2  $ 45.71
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  MCC of Our Redeemer  Augusta  US-GA Rev. Rick Sosbe 2 2  $ 44.60
 Eastern US  MCC Washington D.C.  Washington  US-DC J. Dwayne Johnson 2 2  $ 43.05
 South Gulf Coast  MCC of New Orleans  New Orleans  US-LA Rev. Alisan Rowland 2 2  $ 42.58
 South Gulf Coast  Resurrection MCC  Houston  US-TX Rev. Troy Plummer Treash 2 2  $ 42.40
 Eastern US  New Light MCC  Hagerstown  US-MD Rev. Sherry Miller & Rev. Kelly Crenshaw 2 2  $ 42.36
 New Mexico / Texas  Trinity MCC (TX)  Arlington  US-TX Curtis Smith 2 2  $ 41.41
 Eastern US  MCC Baltimore  Baltimore  US-MD Rev. Victoria L. Burson 2 2  $ 38.03
 Central US East  New Spirit MCC  Cincinnati  US-OH Rev. Joy Simpson 2 2  $ 37.77
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  MCC Knoxville  Knoxville  US-TN Rev. Amy Lambert-Burns amlambert82@gmail.com 2 2  $ 36.29
 Carolinas  MCC Sacred Journey  Hendersonville  US-NC Rev. Jan Nelson 2 2  $ 35.86
 Central US East  MCC of Paducah  Paducah  US-KY Rev. Lillian Ferguson 2 2  $ 34.59
 Heartland  MCC of Topeka  Topeka  US-KS Vacant 2 2  $ 34.14
 Southwest US  MCC of the Coachella Valley  Cathedral City  US-CA 2 2  $ 34.11
 Australasia  MCC Good Shepherd  Granville  AU-NSW Rev. Robert Clark 2 2  $ 28.37
 Eastern US  MCC of the Blue Ridge  Roanoke  US-VA Rev. Joe Cobb 2 2  $ 26.42
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC Lubbock  Lubbock  US-TX Tony Thieman-Somora 2 2  $ 25.17
 Europe  MCC Köln  Köln  DE Ines-Paul Baumann 2 2  $ 23.24
 Europe  MCC South London  London  UK-GB Rev. Dwayne Morgan 2 2  $ 22.79
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC Albuquerque  Albuquerque  US-NM 2 2  $ 21.40
 Southwest US  MCC Las Vegas  Las Vegas  US-NV Rev Wanda Floyd 2 2  $ 20.59
 Southwest US  Founders MCC Los Angeles  Los Angeles  US-CA 2 2  $ 20.08
 Southwest US  Open Arms MCC (HI)  Pahoa  US-HI Rev. Dr. William H. Knight 2 2  $ 20.00
 Canada  MCC Toronto  Toronto  CA-ON Rev. Dr. Brent Hawkes 2 2  $ 18.38
 Colorado / Nevada  MCC of The Rockies  Denver  US-CO Jim Mitulski 2 2  $ 16.75
 Colorado / Nevada  MCC of Pueblo  Pueblo  US-CO Rev. John Mark Hild 2 2  $ 16.49
 Heartland  MCC of Greater St. Louis  St. Louis  US-MO Rev. Wes Mullins 1 2  $ 30.04
 Northeast US  MCC New York  New York  US-NY 2
 Carolinas  MCC Winston-Salem  Winston-Salem  US-NC Ron LaRocque 3 1  $ 26.72
 New Mexico / Texas  Agape MCC  Ft. Worth  US-TX Rev. S. David Wynn, Sr. 3 1  $ 26.19
 Eastern US  MCC Rehoboth  Rehoboth Beach  US-DE Rev. Dr. Dusty Pruitt 1 1  $ 43.26
 Carolinas  MCC Charlotte  Charlotte  US-NC Catherine Houchins 1 1  $ 35.51
 New Mexico / Texas  Harvest MCC  Denton  US-TX Rev. Jeannie George 1 1  $ 30.09
 Carolinas  Imani MCC  Durham  US-NC Rev. Marilyn O Bowens, Pastor 1 1  $ 24.68
 Northeast US  Vision of Hope MCC  Mountville  US-PA Rev. Mary Bohacek 1 1  $ 21.92
 New Mexico / Texas  Wichita Falls MCC  Wichita Falls  US-TX 1 1  $ 15.73
 Africa  MCC Nairobi  Nairobi  Kenya 1
 Northeast US  Whosoever MCC  Philadelphia  US-PA Jeffrey H. Jordan-Pickett 3  $ 38.01
 Northeast US  Open Arms MCC (NY)  Rochester  US-NY Vacant 3  $ 32.07
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  City of Light  Atlanta  US-GA Rev. Dr. T. Paul Graetz 3  $ 23.33
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Buenos Aires  Buenos Aires  Argentina Gregorio Tobar 3  $ 2.76
 Brasil  ICM Belo Horizonte  Belo Horizonte  BR-MG Sandro Aurelio Silva Brasileiro 3  $ 1.13
 Europe  Journey MCC  Birmingham  UK-GB 2  $ 71.57
 Europe  MCC Hamburg  Hamburg  DE Thomas Friedhoff 2  $ 36.89
 Asia / Pacific Islands  MCC Marikina  Marikina  PH Michael Jason M. Masaganda 2  $ 5.81
 Brasil  ICM Sao Paulo  Sao Paolo  BR-SP Cristiano Valerio Moreira 2  $ 5.62
 Brasil  MCC Paraná Brasil  Maringá  BR-Paraná Célio Camargo dos Santos 2  $ 4.11
 Canada  MCC of Windsor  Windsor  CA-ON 1  $ 47.50
 Europe  The Village MCC  Brighton  UK-GB Rev. Michael Hydes 1  $ 13.42
 Southwest US  Wasatch MCC  Salt Lake City  US-UT Rev. Cindy Solomon-Klebba 1  $ 2.09
 Australasia  MCC Brisbane  Brisbane  AU-QLD
 Australasia  CRAVE MCC Christchurch  Christchurch  NZ
 Australasia  Church in Progress  South Auckland  NZ Emily Worman
 Brasil  ICM Cariri  Juazeiro do Norte  BR
 Brasil  ICM Joao Pessoa  Joao Pessoa  BR
 Brasil  ICM Bangú  Rio de Janeiro  BR
 Brasil  ICM Cabedelo  Cabedelo PB  BR-PB
 Brasil  ICM Rio – Comunidade Betel  Rio de Janeiro  BR-RJ
 Brasil  ICM Vitória  Capela  BR-Vitoria
 Brasil  ICM Fortaleza
 Brasil  ICM Teresina
 Brasil  ICM Mairiporá  Mairiporá  Brasil
 Brasil  ICM Maceió  Maceió  Brasil
 Brasil  ICM Cuiabá  Cuiabá  Brasil
 Brasil  ICM Caixas do Sul  Caixas do Sul  Brasil
 Brasil  ICM Divinopolis  Mato Groso  Brasil
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Casa de Emmaus  Santiago  Chile
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Havana  Ciego de Avila  Cuba
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Dominican Republic  Santo Domingo  DR
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Brazos Abiertos  SantaTecla  El Salvador
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Honduras  Tegucigalpa  Honduras
Asia / Pacific Islands  Open Doors MCC  Seoul  Korea
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Casa de Luz  Monterrey  MX-NL
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Guadalajara  Guadalajara  MX-NL
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Cristo en Tí  Monterrey  MX-NL
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Misión Puebla  Puebla  MX-NL
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM DCD Uruguay  Montevideo  UY
Europe  Comunita cristiana “Agape” Firenze – Chiesa della Comunita Metropolitana  Florence  Italy
Europe  Internationale Roze Kerk  The Hague  Netherlands
 Europe  ICM Pan de Vida  Madrid  Espana
 Europe  Queersamfundet Olivträdet  Stockholm  Sweden Niklas Olaison
 Europe  MCC Bournemouth  Bournemouth  UK-GB
 Europe  Icon MCC East London  London  UK-GB
 Europe  MCC Glasgow  Glasgow  UK-SC
 Africa  Glorious Light MCC  Pretoria  SA
 Africa  Good Hope MCC  Capetown  SA
 Africa  Hope and Unity MCC  Johannesburg  SA
 Africa  MCC Durban  Durban  SA
 Asia / Pacific Islands  MCC Philippines  Manila  PH
 Asia / Pacific Islands  MCC Quezon City  Quezon City  PH
 Asia / Pacific Islands  MCC Metro Baguio  Baguio  PH
 Asia / Pacific Islands  MCC Olangapo  Olangapo  PH
 South Gulf Coast  Cornerstone MCC  Mobile  US-AL
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  New Hope MCC  Montgomery  US-AL
 Southwest US  MCC Phoenix  Phoenix  US-AZ
 Southwest US  Antelope Valley MCC  Lancaster  US-CA
 Southwest US  Christ Chapel MCC  Santa Ana  US-CA
 Southwest US  Good Samaritan MCC  Whittier  US-CA
 Southwest US  MCC in The Valley  North Hollywood  US-CA
 Southwest US  MCC of The Redwood Empire  Guerneville  US-CA
 Southwest US  MCC San Francisco  San Francisco  US-CA
 Northeast US  MCC New Haven  New Haven  US-CT
 Eastern US  Empowerment Liberation Cathedral  Silver Spring  US-MD
 East Florida  MCC of the Palm Beaches  West Palm Beach  US-FL
 North Central US  MCC Illiana  Portage  US-IN
 Central US East  MCC Elizabethtown  Elizabethtown  US-KY
 Carolinas  New Life MCC  Charlotte  US-NC
 Northeast US  MCC Pittsburgh  Pittsburgh  US-PA
 Eastern US  MCC Richmond  Richmond  US-VA
 Pacific Northwest  New Heart MCC/UCC  Tacoma  US-WA
 Pacific Northwest  Rainbow Cathedral MCC  Yakima  US-WA
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  Ministerio Apostólico y Profético Emmanuel ICM  Cundinarama  Colombia Carlomagno Rincon Casallas

West Florida  Church of The Trinity MCC  Sarasota  US-FL Rev. Charles Tigard1212$ 44,838.64149204

Leadership in Year-To-Date Contributions by Church Size

Family Size Churches (up to 50 average weekly attendees)

Network Church City Country /State Pastor # months rptd  # months paid  Year-to-Date Contribution YTD Average Weekly Attendance  Current Month Average Weekly Attendance 
 West Florida  Gentle Shepherd MCC  Tallahassee  US-FL Rev. Elder Diane Fisher 3 3  $ 2,544.43 33 30
 Northeast US  Imago Dei MCC  Gradyville  US-PA Rev. Dextor Brecht 3 3  $ 2,266.57 19 18
 Southwest US  Water of Life MCC  Tucson  US-AZ Rev. James Burns 3 3  $ 2,245.31 50 56
 West Florida  Trinity MCC (FL)  Gainesville  US-FL Rev. Kathy Beasley 3 3  $ 1,832.88 37 35
 Pacific Northwest  Liberating Spirit MCC  Boise  US-ID ILP Renee McCall 3 3  $ 1,690.02 15 15
 West Florida  New Day MCC of Naples  Naples  US-FL Rev. Dr. Stephanie A. Burns 3 3  $ 1,592.82 17 15
 Colorado / Nevada  MCC Montana  Great Falls  US-MT Rev. Micah G. Hartung 3 3  $ 1,554.16 15 16
 Southwest US  Resurrection Beach MCC  Costa Mesa  US-CA Robert Ty Bradley 3 3  $ 1,477.85 28 28
 North Central US  Reconciliation MCC  Grand Rapids  US-MI Rev. Steph Maxson 3 3  $ 1,473.02 25 23
 Canada  MCC London  London  CA-ON Rev. Paul Whiting 3 3  $ 1,463.44 37 37
 Eastern US  Holy Redeemer MCC  College Park  US-MD Rev. David North 3 3  $ 1,443.33 22 24
 North Central US  Milwaukee MCC  Milwaukee  US-WI Rev. Wendy Woodruff 3 3  $ 1,324.21 29 31
 Pacific Northwest  Emerald City MCC Seattle  Seattle  US-WA Vacant 3 3  $ 1,199.07 25 29
 North Central US  achurch4me? MCC  Chicago  US-IL Rev Jennie Kitch 3 3  $ 1,136.27 31 36
 Colorado / Nevada  MCC Family In Christ  Ft. Collins  US-CO Rev. Ken Pilot 3 3  $ 1,058.59 22 25
 New Mexico / Texas  Central Texas MCC  Waco  US-TX Rev. Charley Garrison 3 3  $ 1,024.79 26 25
 North Central US  Heartland Community MCC  Springfield  US-IL Rev. Gina Durbin 3 3  $ 977.78 28 29
 Northeast US  Christ the Liberator MCC  Highland Park  US-NJ Rev. Dr. Thomas Bohache 3 3  $ 908.40 19 18
 East Florida  MCC Ocala  Ocala  US-FL Rev. Janice Bowker 3 3  $ 875.51 36 36
 Central US East  Eternal Joy MCC  Dayton  US-OH Rev. Joy Simpson 3 3  $ 824.89 22 25
 East Florida  Church of Our Savior MCC  Boynton Beach  US-FL Rev. Catherine Dearlove 3 3  $ 791.90 31 31
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  Our Hope MCC  Athens  US-GA Rev. Dr. Renee DuBose 3 3  $ 779.43 30 30
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  The Rock MCC  Chattanooga  US-TN Vacant 3 3  $ 612.88 30 32
 Northeast US  MCC Hartford  Hartford  US-CT Rev. Aaron Miller 3 3  $ 602.49 31 32
 Eastern US  Shenandoah Valley MCC  Winchester  US-VA Rev. Gail Minnick 3 3  $ 598.20 18 18
 Pacific Northwest  MCC of the Gentle Shepherd  Vancouver  US-WA Ken Kerr 3 3  $ 555.84 21 24
 West Florida  Spirit of Life MCC  New Port Richey  US-FL Vacant 3 3  $ 515.30 33 36
 Northeast US  MCC Boston  Boston  US-MA Vacant 3 3  $ 456.48 14 13
 North Central US  MCC of Flint  Flint  US-MI Vacant 3 3  $ 374.36 21 20
 Pacific Northwest  River of Life MCC  Kenniwick  US-WA Rev. Janet Pierce 3 3  $ 299.68 14 15
 Europe  Salz der Erde MCC  Stuttgart  DE Rev. Axel Schwaigert 3 3  $ 296.17 28 35
 Europe  River of Life MCC  Dorchester  UK-GB Vacant 3 3  $ 295.23 12 12
 Europe  communauté MCC Montpellier  Montpellier  FR M Alingry 3 3  $ 140.85 6 7
 North Central US  MCC Peoria  Peoria  US-IL Vacant 3 3  $ 136.50 9 7
 Australasia  MCC Auckland  Auckland  NZ Rev. Doug McGee 3 3  $ 119.97 4 4
 Central US East  Appalachian MCC  St. Albans  US-WV Rev. Michael Shields 3 3  $ 96.11 5 5
 Europe  MCC Brighton  Brighton  UK-GB Vacant 2 3  $ 450.00 8
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC Amarillo  Amarillo  US-TX Rev. Bernie Barbour 3 2  $ 928.40 33 37
 Australasia  MCC Melbourne  Melbourne  AU-VIC Sue Townsend 3 2  $ 612.69 29 31
 Europe  Northern Lights MCC  Newcastle  UK-GB Rev. Elder Cecilia Eggleston 3 2  $ 563.57 36 34
 Australasia  CRAVE MCC  Sydney  AU-NSW Karl Hand 3 2  $ 332.96 14 13
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC of El Paso  El Paso  US-TX Rev. Kati L Houts 3 2  $ 270.33 19 20
 South Gulf Coast  Joshua Generation MCC  Hattiesburg  US-MS Brandiilyne Dear 3 2  $ 252.85 23 42
 Europe  Living Springs MCC  Bath  UK-GB Vacant 3 2  $ 117.99 10 10
 North Central US  Angels of Hope MCC  Kaukauna  US-WI Lay Led 3 2  $ 54.00 6 5
 Europe  Safe Harbour MCC  Torquay  UK-GB Rev. Maria Briggs 3 2  $ 10.06 4 3
 Southwest US  Peninsula MCC  San Mateo  US-CA Terri Echelbarger 2 2  $ 2,761.59 34
 Eastern US  MCC of Northern Virginia  Fairfax  US-VA Rev. Dr. Danny Spears 2 2  $ 2,214.98 29
 South Gulf Coast  MCC of New Orleans  New Orleans  US-LA Rev. Alisan Rowland 2 2  $ 1,465.00 36
 North Central US  Holy Covenant MCC  Brookfield  US-IL Rev Tanya Guzman 2 2  $ 1,300.59 35
 Carolinas  MCC Sacred Journey  Hendersonville  US-NC Rev. Jan Nelson 2 2  $ 1,264.20 37
 New Mexico / Texas  Trinity MCC (TX)  Arlington  US-TX Curtis Smith 2 2  $ 1,170.01 31
 Heartland  MCC of Topeka  Topeka  US-KS Vacant 2 2  $ 1,111.87 40
 North Central US  Divine Peace MCC  Pontiac  US-MI Rev. Beth Rakestraw 2 2  $ 1,092.43 30
 Eastern US  Open Door MCC  Boyds  US-MD Rev. Miller J Hoffman 2 2  $ 1,075.72 27
 Australasia  MCC Good Shepherd  Granville  AU-NSW Rev. Robert Clark 2 2  $ 969.20 29
 Central US East  New Creation MCC  Columbus  US-OH Margaret R. Hawk 2 2  $ 753.43 9
 South Gulf Coast  MCC Corpus Christi  Corpus Christi  US-TX Rev. Pat Farnan 2 2  $ 720.83 21
 Central US East  MCC of Paducah  Paducah  US-KY Rev. Lillian Ferguson 2 2  $ 554.57 23
 Eastern US  New Light MCC  Hagerstown  US-MD Rev. Sherry Miller & Rev. Kelly Crenshaw 2 2  $ 529.08 20
 Southwest US  Open Arms MCC (HI)  Pahoa  US-HI Rev. Dr. William H. Knight 2 2  $ 437.12 27
 Central US East  New Spirit MCC  Cincinnati  US-OH Rev. Joy Simpson 2 2  $ 408.63 14
 Europe  MCC Köln  Köln  DE Ines-Paul Baumann 2 2  $ 272.07 18
 Colorado / Nevada  MCC of Pueblo  Pueblo  US-CO Rev. John Mark Hild 2 2  $ 132.62 8
 Europe  MCC South London  London  UK-GB Rev. Dwayne Morgan 2 2  $ 96.48 7
 Northeast US  MCC New York  New York  US-NY 2  $ –
 Carolinas  MCC Winston-Salem  Winston-Salem  US-NC Ron LaRocque 3 1  $ 554.36 28 26
 Eastern US  MCC Rehoboth  Rehoboth Beach  US-DE Rev. Dr. Dusty Pruitt 1 1  $ 821.40 43
 Northeast US  Vision of Hope MCC  Mountville  US-PA Rev. Mary Bohacek 1 1  $ 260.00 29
 New Mexico / Texas  Harvest MCC  Denton  US-TX Rev. Jeannie George 1 1  $ 154.76 32
 New Mexico / Texas  Wichita Falls MCC  Wichita Falls  US-TX 1 1  $ 139.55 38
 Carolinas  Imani MCC  Durham  US-NC Rev. Marilyn O Bowens, Pastor 1 1  $ 50.00 35
 Africa  MCC Nairobi  Nairobi  Kenya 1
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Buenos Aires  Buenos Aires  Argentina Gregorio Tobar 3 26 27
 Brasil  ICM Belo Horizonte  Belo Horizonte  BR-MG Sandro Aurelio Silva Brasileiro 3 17 24
 Northeast US  Open Arms MCC (NY)  Rochester  US-NY Vacant 3 48 53
 Northeast US  Whosoever MCC  Philadelphia  US-PA Jeffrey H. Jordan-Pickett 3 30 36
 Brasil  MCC Paraná Brasil  Maringá  BR-Paraná Célio Camargo dos Santos 2 27
 Brasil  ICM Sao Paulo  Sao Paolo  BR-SP Cristiano Valerio Moreira 2 48
 Europe  MCC Hamburg  Hamburg  DE Thomas Friedhoff 2 10
 Europe  Journey MCC  Birmingham  UK-GB 2 8
 Asia / Pacific Islands  MCC Marikina  Marikina  PH Michael Jason M. Masaganda 2 7
 Canada  MCC of Windsor  Windsor  CA-ON 1 9
 Europe  The Village MCC  Brighton  UK-GB Rev. Michael Hydes 1 14
 Southwest US  Wasatch MCC  Salt Lake City  US-UT Rev. Cindy Solomon-Klebba 1 6
 Australasia  MCC Brisbane  Brisbane  AU-QLD
 Australasia  CRAVE MCC Christchurch  Christchurch  NZ
 Australasia  Church in Progress  South Auckland  NZ Emily Worman
 Brasil  ICM Cariri  Juazeiro do Norte  BR
 Brasil  ICM Joao Pessoa  Joao Pessoa  BR
 Brasil  ICM Bangú  Rio de Janeiro  BR
 Brasil  ICM Cabedelo  Cabedelo PB  BR-PB
 Brasil  ICM Rio – Comunidade Betel  Rio de Janeiro  BR-RJ
 Brasil  ICM Vitória  Capela  BR-Vitoria
 Brasil  ICM Fortaleza
 Brasil  ICM Teresina
 Brasil  ICM Mairiporá  Mairiporá  Brasil
 Brasil  ICM Maceió  Maceió  Brasil
 Brasil  ICM Cuiabá  Cuiabá  Brasil
 Brasil  ICM Caixas do Sul  Caixas do Sul  Brasil
 Brasil  ICM Divinopolis  Mato Groso  Brasil
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Casa de Emmaus  Santiago  Chile
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  Ministerio Apostólico y Profético Emmanuel ICM  Cundinarama  Colombia Carlomagno Rincon Casallas 3 3
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Havana  Ciego de Avila  Cuba
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Dominican Republic  Santo Domingo  DR
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Brazos Abiertos  SantaTecla  El Salvador
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Honduras  Tegucigalpa  Honduras
Asia / Pacific Islands  Open Doors MCC  Seoul  Korea
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Casa de Luz  Monterrey  MX-NL
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Guadalajara  Guadalajara  MX-NL
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Cristo en Tí  Monterrey  MX-NL
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Misión Puebla  Puebla  MX-NL
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM DCD Uruguay  Montevideo  UY
Europe  Comunita cristiana “Agape” Firenze – Chiesa della Comunita Metropolitana  Florence  Italy
Europe  Internationale Roze Kerk  The Hague  Netherlands
 Europe  ICM Pan de Vida  Madrid  Espana
 Europe  Queersamfundet Olivträdet  Stockholm  Sweden Niklas Olaison
 Europe  MCC Bournemouth  Bournemouth  UK-GB
 Europe  Icon MCC East London  London  UK-GB
 Europe  MCC Glasgow  Glasgow  UK-SC
 Africa  Glorious Light MCC  Pretoria  SA
 Africa  Good Hope MCC  Capetown  SA
 Africa  Hope and Unity MCC  Johannesburg  SA
 Africa  MCC Durban  Durban  SA
 Asia / Pacific Islands  MCC Philippines  Manila  PH
 Asia / Pacific Islands  MCC Quezon City  Quezon City  PH
 Asia / Pacific Islands  MCC Metro Baguio  Baguio  PH
 Asia / Pacific Islands  MCC Olangapo  Olangapo  PH
 South Gulf Coast  Cornerstone MCC  Mobile  US-AL
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  New Hope MCC  Montgomery  US-AL
 Southwest US  MCC Phoenix  Phoenix  US-AZ
 Southwest US  Antelope Valley MCC  Lancaster  US-CA
 Southwest US  Christ Chapel MCC  Santa Ana  US-CA
 Southwest US  Good Samaritan MCC  Whittier  US-CA
 Southwest US  MCC in The Valley  North Hollywood  US-CA
 Southwest US  MCC of The Redwood Empire  Guerneville  US-CA
 Southwest US  MCC San Francisco  San Francisco  US-CA
 Northeast US  MCC New Haven  New Haven  US-CT
 Eastern US  Empowerment Liberation Cathedral  Silver Spring  US-MD
 East Florida  MCC of the Palm Beaches  West Palm Beach  US-FL
 North Central US  MCC Illiana  Portage  US-IN
 Central US East  MCC Elizabethtown  Elizabethtown  US-KY
 Carolinas  New Life MCC  Charlotte  US-NC
 Northeast US  MCC Pittsburgh  Pittsburgh  US-PA
 Eastern US  MCC Richmond  Richmond  US-VA
 Pacific Northwest  New Heart MCC/UCC  Tacoma  US-WA
 Pacific Northwest  Rainbow Cathedral MCC  Yakima  US-WA

Pastor Size Churches (from 51 to 150 average weekly attendees)

Network Church City State Pastor # months rptd  # months paid  Year-to-Date Contribution YTD Average Weekly Attendance  Current Month Average Weekly Attendance 
 Carolinas  St John’s MCC  Raleigh  US-NC Rev. Brendan Y. Boone 3 3  $ 5,420.18 80 88
 West Florida  SunCoast Cathedral MCC  Venice  US-FL Rev. Dr. Sherry Kennedy 3 3  $ 3,790.44 98 104
 East Florida  FirstCoast MCC  St. Augustine  US-FL Rev. Ruth Jensen-Forbell 3 3  $ 2,683.05 75 71
 West Florida  MCC of Tampa  Tampa  US-FL Rev. Pressley Sutherland 3 3  $ 5,267.21 118 119
 North Central US  MCC Detroit  Ferndale  US-MI Rev. Roland Stringfellow 3 3  $ 4,495.92 100 107
 Carolinas  St Jude’s MCC  Wilmington  US-NC Rev. John A McLaughlin 3 3  $ 4,397.64 88 87
 Heartland  MCC Omaha  Omaha  US-NE Rev. Tom R Emmett III 3 3  $ 3,655.01 93 110
 Carolinas  MCC Charleston  Charleston  US-SC Rev. Lorraine 3 3  $ 3,513.69 76 76
 West Florida  St. John the Apostle MCC  Ft. Myers  US-FL Rev. Stephen Filizzi 3 3  $ 3,326.72 102 97
 Southwest US  Valley Ministries MCC  Stockton  US-CA Rev. Terri L. Miller 3 3  $ 3,210.53 57 56
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC San Antonio  San Antonio  US-TX Rev. Mick Hinson 3 3  $ 3,075.13 129 111
 Central US East  MCC Louisville  Louisville  US-KY Rev. Colleen Foley 3 3  $ 2,994.42 51 48
 South Gulf Coast  MCC of Baton Rouge  Baton Rouge  US-LA Rev. A. Keith Mozingo 3 3  $ 2,755.70 59 60
 Heartland  First MCC of Kansas  Wichita  US-KS Jackie Carter 3 3  $ 2,740.87 66 72
 Northeast US  MCC of the Spirit  Harrisburg  US-PA Rev. Lori Rivera 3 3  $ 2,725.79 61 64
 New Mexico / Texas  Exodus MCC  Abilene  US-TX Rev. Margaret Walker 3 3  $ 2,565.12 60 58
 East Florida  Open Circle at the Villages MCC  Oxford  US-FL Rev. James Lynch 3 3  $ 2,326.56 57 55
 Northeast US  MCC of the Lehigh Valley  Allentown  US-PA Rev. Elizabeth J Goudy 3 3  $ 654.76 81 96
 Heartland  Spirit of Hope MCC  Kansas City  US-MO Vacant 3 3  $ 537.44 84 77
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC of Greater Dallas  Dallas  US-TX Rev. Colleen Darraugh 3 3  $ 489.32 57 52
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Cristo Sanador  Rio Piedras  PR Rev. George Gonzalez Medrano 3 3  $ 429.43 51 51
 Pacific Northwest  MCC of Portland  Portland  US-OR Rev. Nathan Meckley 2 3  $ 3,250.00 100
 Southwest US  A Church for All MCC  Sacramento  US-CA Rev. Doretha Williams-Flournoy 1 3  $ 100.00 51 51
 Eastern US  New Life MCC of Hampton Roads  Norfolk  US-VA Rev. Mark Byrd 3 2  $ 2,649.75 57 64
 Australasia  MCC Sydney  Sydney  AU-NSW Rev. Greg Smith 3 2  $ 1,914.34 84 83
 Colorado / Nevada  Pike’s Peak MCC  Colorado Springs  US-CO Alycia Erickson 3 2  $ 1,096.92 60 77
 North Central US  MCC of the Quad Cities  Davenport  US-IA Rev. Rich Hendricks 3 2  $ 1,066.35 66 82
 Europe  MCC North London  London  UK-GB Reverend Sharon Ferguson 3 2  $ 213.94 84 82
 Southwest US  MCC of the Coachella Valley  Cathedral City  US-CA 2 2  $ 2,161.26 70
 East Florida  MCC Key West  Key West  US-FL Rev. Steve Torrence 2 2  $ 2,085.97 52 48
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  MCC Knoxville  Knoxville  US-TN Rev. Amy Lambert-Burns 2 2  $ 1,991.15 74
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC Lubbock  Lubbock  US-TX Tony Thieman-Somora 2 2  $ 1,731.92 73
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC Albuquerque  Albuquerque  US-NM 2 2  $ 1,662.67 86
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  MCC of Our Redeemer  Augusta  US-GA Rev. Rick Sosbe 2 2  $ 1,581.43 59
 Eastern US  MCC Baltimore  Baltimore  US-MD Rev. Victoria L. Burson 2 2  $ 1,188.87 56
 Southwest US  MCC Las Vegas  Las Vegas  US-NV Rev Wanda Floyd 2 2  $ 1,115.61 113
 Eastern US  MCC of the Blue Ridge  Roanoke  US-VA Rev. Joe Cobb 2 2  $ 882.20 60
 Colorado / Nevada  MCC of The Rockies  Denver  US-CO Rev. Jim Mitulski 2 2  $ 623.79 149
 New Mexico / Texas  Agape MCC  Ft. Worth  US-TX Rev. S. David Wynn, Sr. 3 1  $ 361.26 67 67
 Carolinas  MCC Charlotte  Charlotte  US-NC Catherine Houchins 1 1  $ 1,102.98 78
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  City of Light  Atlanta  US-GA Rev. Dr. T. Paul Graetz 3 96 96

Program Size Churches (from 151 to 350 average weekly attendees)

Network Church City State Pastor # months rptd  # months paid  Year-to-Date Contribution YTD Average Weekly Attendance  Current Month Average Weekly Attendance 
 West Florida  King of Peace MCC  St. Petersburg  US-FL Rev. Dr. Candace Shultis 3 3  $ 10,662.09 320 305
 West Florida  Church of The Trinity MCC  Sarasota  US-FL Rev. Charles Tigard 3 3  $ 9,434.10 164 160
 West Florida  Holy Cross MCC  Pensacola  US-FL Dr Rev Jim Merritt 3 3  $ 6,650.32 161 159
 Heartland  All God’s Children MCC  Minneapolis  US-MN Rev. DeWayne Davis 3 3  $ 6,514.31 157 164
 Southwest US  MCC San Diego  San Diego  US-CA Rev. Daniel Koeshall 3 3  $ 6,426.82 195 189
 East Florida  Joy MCC  Orlando  US-FL Rev. Terri S. Steed 3 3  $ 5,383.54 221 225
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC Austin at Freedom Oaks  Austin  US-TX Rev. Karen Thompson 1 3  $ 4,032.84 236
 Eastern US  MCC Washington D.C.  Washington  US-DC J. Dwayne Johnson 2 2  $ 5,210.99 174
 Southwest US  Founders MCC Los Angeles  Los Angeles  US-CA 2 2  $ 3,968.37 284
 Heartland  MCC of Greater St. Louis  St. Louis  US-MO Rev. Wes Mullins 1 2  $ 2,849.58 206

Corporate Size Churches (over 350 average weekly attendees)

Network Church City State Pastor # months rptd  # months paid  Year-to-Date Contribution YTD Average Weekly Attendance  Current Month Average Weekly Attendance 
 Central US East  LifeJourney MCC  Indianapolis  US-IN Rev. Jeff Miner 3 3  $ 13,882.27 390 352
 East Florida  Sunshine Cathedral MCC  Ft. Lauderdale  US-FL Rev. Dr. Durrell Watkins 3 3  $ 3,928.96 492 473
 Canada  MCC Toronto  Toronto  CA-ON Rev. Dr. Brent Hawkes 2 2  $ 9,939.87 536
 South Gulf Coast  Resurrection MCC  Houston  US-TX Rev. Troy Plummer Treash 2 2  $ 2,500.00 410

Leadership in Average Weekly Attendance

Network Church City Country /State Pastor  # months rptd   # months spaid   YTD Average Weekly Attendance   Current Month Average Weekly Attendance 
 East Florida  Sunshine Cathedral MCC  Ft. Lauderdale  US-FL Rev. Dr. Durrell Watkins 3 4 492 473
 West Florida  King of Peace MCC  St. Petersburg  US-FL Rev. Dr. Candace Shultis 3 4 320 305
 West Florida  SunCoast Cathedral MCC  Venice  US-FL Rev. Dr. Sherry Kennedy 3 4 98 104
 Carolinas  St John’s MCC  Raleigh  US-NC Rev. Brendan Y. Boone 3 4 80 88
 East Florida  FirstCoast MCC  St. Augustine  US-FL Rev. Ruth Jensen-Forbell 3 4 75 71
 North Central US  Heartland Community MCC  Springfield  US-IL Rev. Gina Durbin 3 4 28 29
 Central US East  LifeJourney MCC  Indianapolis  US-IN Rev. Jeff Miner 3 3 390 352
 East Florida  Joy MCC  Orlando  US-FL Rev. Terri S. Steed 3 3 221 225
 Southwest US  MCC San Diego  San Diego  US-CA Rev. Daniel Koeshall 3 3 195 189
 West Florida  Church of The Trinity MCC  Sarasota  US-FL Rev. Charles Tigard 3 3 164 160
 West Florida  Holy Cross MCC  Pensacola  US-FL Dr Rev Jim Merritt 3 3 161 159
 Heartland  All God’s Children MCC  Minneapolis  US-MN Rev. DeWayne Davis 3 3 157 164
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC San Antonio  San Antonio  US-TX Rev. Mick Hinson 3 3 129 111
 West Florida  MCC of Tampa  Tampa  US-FL Rev. Pressley Sutherland 3 3 118 119
 West Florida  St. John the Apostle MCC  Ft. Myers  US-FL Rev. Stephen Filizzi 3 3 102 97
 North Central US  MCC Detroit  Ferndale  US-MI Rev. Roland Stringfellow 3 3 100 107
 Heartland  MCC Omaha  Omaha  US-NE Rev. Tom R Emmett III 3 3 93 110
 Carolinas  St Jude’s MCC  Wilmington  US-NC Rev. John A McLaughlin 3 3 88 87
 Heartland  Spirit of Hope MCC  Kansas City  US-MO Vacant 3 3 84 77
 Northeast US  MCC of the Lehigh Valley  Allentown  US-PA Rev. Elizabeth J Goudy 3 3 81 96
 Carolinas  MCC Charleston  Charleston  US-SC Rev. Lorraine 3 3 76 76
 Heartland  First MCC of Kansas  Wichita  US-KS Jackie Carter 3 3 66 72
 Northeast US  MCC of the Spirit  Harrisburg  US-PA Rev. Lori Rivera 3 3 61 64
 New Mexico / Texas  Exodus MCC  Abilene  US-TX Rev. Margaret Walker 3 3 60 58
 South Gulf Coast  MCC of Baton Rouge  Baton Rouge  US-LA Rev. A. Keith Mozingo 3 3 59 60
 Southwest US  Valley Ministries MCC  Stockton  US-CA Rev. Terri L. Miller 3 3 57 56
 East Florida  Open Circle at the Villages MCC  Oxford  US-FL Rev. James Lynch 3 3 57 55
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC of Greater Dallas  Dallas  US-TX Rev. Colleen Darraugh 3 3 57 52
 Central US East  MCC Louisville  Louisville  US-KY Rev. Colleen Foley 3 3 51 48
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Cristo Sanador  Rio Piedras  PR Rev. George Gonzalez Medrano 3 3 51 51
 Southwest US  Water of Life MCC  Tucson  US-AZ Rev. James Burns 3 3 50 56
 West Florida  Trinity MCC (FL)  Gainesville  US-FL Rev. Kathy Beasley 3 3 37 35
 Canada  MCC London  London  CA-ON Rev. Paul Whiting 3 3 37 37
 East Florida  MCC Ocala  Ocala  US-FL Rev. Janice Bowker 3 3 36 36
 West Florida  Spirit of Life MCC  New Port Richey  US-FL Vacant 3 3 33 36
 West Florida  Gentle Shepherd MCC  Tallahassee  US-FL Rev. Elder Diane Fisher 3 3 33 30
 Northeast US  MCC Hartford  Hartford  US-CT Rev. Aaron Miller 3 3 31 32
 East Florida  Church of Our Savior MCC  Boynton Beach  US-FL Rev. Catherine Dearlove 3 3 31 31
 North Central US  achurch4me? MCC  Chicago  US-IL Rev Jennie Kitch 3 3 31 36
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  Our Hope MCC  Athens  US-GA Rev. Dr. Renee DuBose 3 3 30 30
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  The Rock MCC  Chattanooga  US-TN vacant 3 3 30 32
 North Central US  Milwaukee MCC  Milwaukee  US-WI Rev. Wendy Woodruff 3 3 29 31
 Europe  Salz der Erde MCC  Stuttgart  DE Rev. Axel Schwaigert 3 3 28 35
 Southwest US  Resurrection Beach MCC  Costa Mesa  US-CA Robert Ty Bradley 3 3 28 28
 New Mexico / Texas  Central Texas MCC  Waco  US-TX Rev. Charley Garrison 3 3 26 25
 Pacific Northwest  Emerald City MCC Seattle  Seattle  US-WA Vacant 3 3 25 29
 North Central US  Reconciliation MCC  Grand Rapids  US-MI Rev. Steph Maxson 3 3 25 23
 Colorado / Nevada  MCC Family In Christ  Ft. Collins  US-CO Rev. Ken Pilot 3 3 22 25
 Eastern US  Holy Redeemer MCC  College Park  US-MD Rev. David North 3 3 22 24
 Central US East  Eternal Joy MCC  Dayton  US-OH Rev. Joy Simpson 3 3 22 25
 Pacific Northwest  MCC of the Gentle Shepherd  Vancouver  US-WA Ken Kerr 3 3 21 24
 North Central US  MCC of Flint  Flint  US-MI vacant 3 3 21 20
 Northeast US  Christ the Liberator MCC  Highland Park  US-NJ Rev. Dr. Thomas Bohache 3 3 19 18
 Northeast US  Imago Dei MCC  Gradyville  US-PA Rev. Dextor Brecht 3 3 19 18
 Eastern US  Shenandoah Valley MCC  Winchester  US-VA Rev. Gail Minnick 3 3 18 18
 West Florida  New Day MCC of Naples  Naples  US-FL Rev. Dr. Stephanie A. Burns 3 3 17 15
 Pacific Northwest  Liberating Spirit MCC  Boise  US-ID ILP Renee McCall 3 3 15 15
 Colorado / Nevada  MCC Montana  Great Falls  US-MT Rev. Micah G. Hartung 3 3 15 16
 Pacific Northwest  River of Life MCC  Kenniwick  US-WA Rev. Janet Pierce 3 3 14 15
 Northeast US  MCC Boston  Boston  US-MA Vacant 3 3 14 13
 Europe  River of Life MCC  Dorchester  UK-GB Vacant 3 3 12 12
 North Central US  MCC Peoria  Peoria  US-IL Vacant 3 3 9 7
 Europe  communauté MCC Montpellier  Montpellier  FR M Alingry 3 3 6 7
 Central US East  Appalachian MCC  St. Albans  US-WV Rev. Michael Shields 3 3 5 5
 Australasia  MCC Auckland  Auckland  NZ Rev. Doug McGee 3 3 4 4
 Pacific Northwest  MCC of Portland  Portland  US-OR Rev. Nathan Meckley 2 3 100
 Europe  MCC Brighton  Brighton  UK-GB Vacant 2 3 8
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC Austin at Freedom Oaks  Austin  US-TX Rev. Karen Thompson 1 3 236
 Southwest US  A Church for All MCC  Sacramento  US-CA Rev. Doretha Williams-Flournoy 1 3 51 51
 Australasia  MCC Sydney  Sydney  AU-NSW Rev. Greg Smith 3 2 84 83
 Europe  MCC North London  London  UK-GB Reverend Sharon Ferguson 3 2 84 82
 North Central US  MCC of the Quad Cities  Davenport  US-IA Rev. Rich Hendricks 3 2 66 82
 Colorado / Nevada  Pike’s Peak MCC  Colorado Springs  US-CO Alycia Erickson alycia.erickson@gmail.com 3 2 60 77
 Eastern US  New Life MCC of Hampton Roads  Norfolk  US-VA Rev. Mark Byrd 3 2 57 64
 Europe  Northern Lights MCC  Newcastle  UK-GB Rev. Elder Cecilia Eggleston 3 2 36 34
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC Amarillo  Amarillo  US-TX Rev. Bernie Barbour 3 2 33 37
 Australasia  MCC Melbourne  Melbourne  AU-VIC Sue Townsend 3 2 29 31
 South Gulf Coast  Joshua Generation MCC  Hattiesburg  US-MS Brandiilyne Dear 3 2 23 42
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC of El Paso  El Paso  US-TX Rev. Kati L Houts 3 2 19 20
 Australasia  CRAVE MCC  Sydney  AU-NSW Karl Hand 3 2 14 13
 Europe  Living Springs MCC  Bath  UK-GB Vacant 3 2 10 10
 North Central US  Angels of Hope MCC  Kaukauna  US-WI Lay Led 3 2 6 5
 Europe  Safe Harbour MCC  Torquay  UK-GB Rev. Maria Briggs 3 2 4 3
 Canada  MCC Toronto  Toronto  CA-ON Rev. Dr. Brent Hawkes 2 2 536
 South Gulf Coast  Resurrection MCC  Houston  US-TX Rev. Troy Plummer Treash 2 2 410
 Southwest US  Founders MCC Los Angeles  Los Angeles  US-CA 2 2 284
 Eastern US  MCC Washington D.C.  Washington  US-DC J. Dwayne Johnson 2 2 174
 Colorado / Nevada  MCC of The Rockies  Denver  US-CO Jim Mitulski 2 2 149
 Southwest US  MCC Las Vegas  Las Vegas  US-NV Rev Wanda Floyd 2 2 113
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC Albuquerque  Albuquerque  US-NM 2 2 86
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  MCC Knoxville  Knoxville  US-TN Rev. Amy Lambert-Burns amlambert82@gmail.com 2 2 74
 New Mexico / Texas  MCC Lubbock  Lubbock  US-TX Tony Thieman-Somora 2 2 73
 Southwest US  MCC of the Coachella Valley  Cathedral City  US-CA 2 2 70
 Eastern US  MCC of the Blue Ridge  Roanoke  US-VA Rev. Joe Cobb 2 2 60
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  MCC of Our Redeemer  Augusta  US-GA Rev. Rick Sosbe 2 2 59
 Eastern US  MCC Baltimore  Baltimore  US-MD Rev. Victoria L. Burson 2 2 56
 East Florida  MCC Key West  Key West  US-FL Rev. Steve Torrence 2 2 52 48
 Heartland  MCC of Topeka  Topeka  US-KS Vacant 2 2 40
 Carolinas  MCC Sacred Journey  Hendersonville  US-NC Rev. Jan Nelson 2 2 37
 South Gulf Coast  MCC of New Orleans  New Orleans  US-LA Rev. Alisan Rowland 2 2 36
 North Central US  Holy Covenant MCC  Brookfield  US-IL Rev Tanya Guzman 2 2 35
 Southwest US  Peninsula MCC  San Mateo  US-CA Terri Echelbarger 2 2 34
 New Mexico / Texas  Trinity MCC (TX)  Arlington  US-TX Curtis Smith 2 2 31
 North Central US  Divine Peace MCC  Pontiac  US-MI Rev. Beth Rakestraw 2 2 30
 Eastern US  MCC of Northern Virginia  Fairfax  US-VA Rev. Dr. Danny Spears 2 2 29
 Australasia  MCC Good Shepherd  Granville  AU-NSW Rev. Robert Clark 2 2 29
 Southwest US  Open Arms MCC (HI)  Pahoa  US-HI Rev. Dr. William H. Knight 2 2 27
 Eastern US  Open Door MCC  Boyds  US-MD Rev. Miller J Hoffman 2 2 27
 Central US East  MCC of Paducah  Paducah  US-KY Rev. Lillian Ferguson 2 2 23
 South Gulf Coast  MCC Corpus Christi  Corpus Christi  US-TX Rev. Pat Farnan 2 2 21
 Eastern US  New Light MCC  Hagerstown  US-MD Rev. Sherry Miller & Rev. Kelly Crenshaw 2 2 20
 Europe  MCC Köln  Köln  DE Ines-Paul Baumann 2 2 18
 Central US East  New Spirit MCC  Cincinnati  US-OH Rev. Joy Simpson 2 2 14
 Central US East  New Creation MCC  Columbus  US-OH Margaret R. Hawk 2 2 9
 Colorado / Nevada  MCC of Pueblo  Pueblo  US-CO Rev. John Mark Hild 2 2 8
 Europe  MCC South London  London  UK-GB Rev. Dwayne Morgan 2 2 7
 Heartland  MCC of Greater St. Louis  St. Louis  US-MO Rev. Wes Mullins 1 2 206
 New Mexico / Texas  Agape MCC  Ft. Worth  US-TX Rev. S. David Wynn, Sr. 3 1 67 67
 Carolinas  MCC Winston-Salem  Winston-Salem  US-NC Ron LaRocque 3 1 28 26
 Carolinas  MCC Charlotte  Charlotte  US-NC Catherine Houchins 1 1 78
 Eastern US  MCC Rehoboth  Rehoboth Beach  US-DE Rev. Dr. Dusty Pruitt 1 1 43
 New Mexico / Texas  Wichita Falls MCC  Wichita Falls  US-TX 1 1 38
 Carolinas  Imani MCC  Durham  US-NC Rev. Marilyn O Bowens, Pastor 1 1 35
 New Mexico / Texas  Harvest MCC  Denton  US-TX Rev. Jeannie George 1 1 32
 Northeast US  Vision of Hope MCC  Mountville  US-PA Rev. Mary Bohacek 1 1 29
 Georgia / Tennessee / Alabama  City of Light  Atlanta  US-GA Rev. Dr. T. Paul Graetz 3 96 96
 Northeast US  Open Arms MCC (NY)  Rochester  US-NY Vacant 3 48 53
 Northeast US  Whosoever MCC  Philadelphia  US-PA Jeffrey H. Jordan-Pickett 3 30 36
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  ICM Buenos Aires  Buenos Aires  Argentina Gregorio Tobar 3 26 27
 Brasil  ICM Belo Horizonte  Belo Horizonte  BR-MG Sandro Aurelio Silva Brasileiro 3 17 24
 Brasil  ICM Sao Paulo  Sao Paolo  BR-SP Cristiano Valerio Moreira 2 48
 Brasil  MCC Paraná Brasil  Maringá  BR-Paraná Célio Camargo dos Santos 2 27
 Europe  MCC Hamburg  Hamburg  DE Thomas Friedhoff 2 10
 Europe  Journey MCC  Birmingham  UK-GB 2 8
 Asia / Pacific Islands  MCC Marikina  Marikina  PH Michael Jason M. Masaganda 2 7
 Europe  The Village MCC  Brighton  UK-GB Rev. Michael Hydes 1 14
 Canada  MCC of Windsor  Windsor  CA-ON 1 9
 Southwest US  Wasatch MCC  Salt Lake City  US-UT Rev. Cindy Solomon-Klebba 1 6
 Iberoamerica / Caribbean  Ministerio Apostólico y Profético Emmanuel ICM  Cundinarama  Colombia Carlomagno Rincon Casallas 3 3

 

MCC Moderator Congratulates Cathedral of Hope at Election of The Rev. Dr. Neil G. Cazares-Thomas

Largest Historically LGBTQ Church in the World Calls Prominent MCC Los Angeles Pastor

                              

The Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson is the Moderator of Metropolitan Community Churches (MCC), which has a presence in over 40 countries. Dr. Wilson was part of the first LGBT faith delegation to meet with U.S. White House staff in 1979, and she served as a member of President Obama’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.

 

The long-awaited announcement of a new senior pastor for an historic mega-church in Dallas, Texas, came on April 12, 2015, after morning church services. Members of the Cathedral of Hope, which has a primary ministry with the LGBTQ community, celebrated after a year-long search culminating in the election of the Rev. Dr. Neil G. Cazares-Thomas, who will begin serving as senior pastor on May 24.

 

“We congratulate both Cathedral of Hope and the Rev. Dr. Neil Cazares-Thomas,” said the Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson, moderator of the global Metropolitan Community Churches. “Cathedral of Hope has long been a church where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) people could worship God freely. Today, Dallas families worship together at the Cathedral in glorious diversity. Dr. Cazares-Thomas, a member of MCC since he was fifteen, will continue to hold MCC credentials and to provide leadership in MCC as he becomes senior pastor of the Cathedral of Hope. We know it will be a blessing to the whole congregation and the community.”

 

“I am grateful for the ministry opportunities that I have had in my 25 years of active service in Metropolitan Community Churches — first in Bournemouth, England, and for the past 13 years at Founders MCC Los Angeles,” said Rev. Dr. Cazares-Thomas. “Now I have the gift of being called to serve as the new senior pastor of the Cathedral of Hope, a United Church of Christ congregation. Together, we will embody the partnership between MCC and UCC as we make real God’s love for all people. I will be forever grateful to the people of Founders MCC Los Angeles, who for the past thirteen years have taught me, nurtured me and allowed me to be their Pastor. The future of congregations who welcome everyone is bright.”

 

Dr. Cazares-Thomas has served MCC as Chair, Board of Ordained Ministries (European District), as a member of the Elder’s Task Force on Education, European District Committee, and board member of Samaritan College in Europe; he was a supervising pastor, and the MCC Ecumenical Officer. More recently, he served on the Moderator’s Advising Team and consultant to the MCC Office of Formation and Leadership Development. In 2010, he was honored by the Metropolitan Community Churches with the 2010 Ecumenical Award.

 

Dr. Cazares-Thomas recently served as the President of California Faith for Equality and as an adjunct professor at Claremont School of Theology. Until June 2010, he was president of the Los Angeles LGBTQI Clergy Council, and that same year, he was awarded the Harvey Milk Award by Christopher Street West.

 

Rev. Dr. Cazares-Thomas is married to Isaiah Thomas-Cazares, and they have an infant daughter, Sofia, 8 months old.

 

Founded in 1968, Metropolitan Community Churches (MCC) has been at the vanguard of civil and human rights movements by addressing issues of race, gender, sexual orientation, economics, climate change, aging, and global human rights. MCC was the first to perform same-gender marriages and has been on the forefront of the struggle towards marriage equality in the U.S. and other countries worldwide.

2015 Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month

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Many Cultures, One Voice: Promote Equality and Inclusion

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Just as we celebrate the rich history and contributions of our Black, Latino, and American Indian brothers and sisters, so too should we recognize, appreciate, and celebrate the vibrant and diverse culture of Asian Americans.

 

Who are our Asian Pacific Siblings?

Asian Americans are Americans of Asian descent. The U.S. Census Bureau definition of Asians refers to a person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent. It includes people who indicated their race(s) as “Asian” or reported entries such as “Chinese”, “Filipino”, “Indian”, “Vietnamese”, “Korean”, “Japanese”, and “Other Asian” or provided other detailed Asian responses. They comprise 4.8% of the U.S. population alone, while people who are Asian combined with at least one other race make up 5.6%.LGBT

Asian Pacific Islander Icons

 


Padmini PrakashPadmini Prakash is India’s first transgender news anchor. Prakash, 32, is India’s first transgender news anchor(2014). She works at the Tamil language channel based in Coimbatore in the state of Tamil Nadu. Prakash worked for Lotus News, based in Coimbatore for about a month before she was promoted in August to anchor its 7 p.m. broadcast.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2014/09/22/padmini-prakash-is-indias-first-transgender-news-anchor/

 


Kim Coco IwamotoKim Coco Iwamoto

Kim Coco Iwamoto became the highest-ranked openly transgender official in the U.S. when she won a seat on Hawaii’s Board of Education in 2006. Iwamoto, of Japanese descent, has continuously advocated and worked with LGBT youth as a licensed therapeutic foster parent, lawyer and public figure.

http://kimcoco.com/about/


BD WongBD Wong

Chinese-American actor BD Wong is well-known for his roles both on the small and big screens (Law & Order: Special Victims UnitJurassic Park, etc.). He received the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation’s

Davidson / Valenti Award in 2003 and the Family Pride Coalition’s Family Tree Award in 2005. Both honors salute his LGBT advocacy.

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000703/bio

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B._D._Wong

 


Madhu KinnarMadhu Kinnar

Madhu Kinnar is India’s fifth transgender mayor.  Running as an independent candidate, Madhu won the mayor election of the Raigarh Municipal Corporation, securing 33,168 votes and defeating the nearest rival, BJP’s Mahaveer Guruji, by 4,537 votes .She belongs to Dalit community in India.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/01/05/india-transgender-mayor_n_6416906.html?

 

 


Helen ZiaHelen Zia

Award-winning author-journalist Helen Zia advocates for many causes, including gay rights, women’s rights and Asian-American visibility. Zia, who married her wife, Lia Shigemura, in 2008, wrote in the Amerasia Journal, “With each individual who comes to realize that there are Asian queers and queer Asians, that space where the gay zone meets the Asian zone opens up a little more.”

http://www.ed.gov/edblogs/aapi/helen_zia/

http://www.womensmediacenter.com/board/profile/helen-zia

 


Sutan AmrullSutan Amrull

Sutan Amrull, perhaps better known as Raja, won the third season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. The Indonesian-born drag performer, makeup artist and entertainer was also frequently seen on America’s Next Top Model.   In October Amrull participated in the L.A. launch of Born This Way: Real Stories of Growing Up Gay, sharing his life story with an audience at the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sutan_Amrull

https://www.facebook.com/RajaOfficial

 


Bindia RanaBindia Rana

Bindia Rana, she and a handful of others are the first of Pakistan’s transgender “hijra” community – which includes transsexuals, transvestites and others – to register as candidates in 2013. She was elected mayor.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/09/bindia-rana-pakistans-first-transgender-candidate_n_3243335.html?

http://blogs.tribune.com.pk/tag/bindiya-rana/

 


Jenny ShimizuJenny Shimizu

Jenny Shimizu   Openly lesbian model-actress Jenny Shimizu has graced the covers of Vogue (Australia and Singapore editions) and has also had roles both on the small and big screens. Shimizu, who is of Japanese descent, was named to A magazine’s “100 Most Influential Asian Americans of the Decade 1989-1999″ and received the Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival 2006 Lesbian Icon Award. The 48-year-old is also well-known for her relationship with Angelina Jolie.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jenny_Shimizu

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0793652/bio


Telly LeungTelly Leung 

Broadway star Telly Leung got on our mainstream radars when he played Wes, a Dalton Academy Warbler, on Glee. Leung, who’s Chinese-American and a native New Yorker, has had roles in WickedRent and Godspell and currently stars alongside George Takei in Allegiance.

http://www.tellyleung.com/

 

 


Sridhar RangayanSridhar Rangayan

Sridhar Rangayan, born 2 April 1962, is an Indian filmmaker who has made films with special focus on queer subjects. His queer films, The Pink Mirror and Yours Emotionally, have been considered groundbreaking because of their realistic and sympathetic portrayal of the largely closeted Indian gay community. His film The Pink Mirror remains banned in India by the Indian Censor Board because of its homosexual content. Rangayan was born in Mandya, Karnataka. As a gay activist, he has been one of the front-rank leaders in the LGBT movement in India and has contributed immensely towards the growth of awareness about sexual minorities in India.

http://archive.indianexpress.com/news/verdict-and-after/971411/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sridhar_Rangayan

 


BBai Lingai Ling

Chinese-born actress Bai Ling has made appearances on hit shows such as Lost and Entourage. She spoke about her bisexuality in a 2009 Examiner.com interview.

http://www.officialbailing.com/


Pamela Ki Mai ChenPamela Ki Mai Chen

In August 2012,  President Obama nominated openly lesbian Chinese-American Pamela Ki Mai Chen to serve on a New York district court. This marks the fifth nomination by the Obama administration of an openly LGBT person to the federal bench. This also makes Chen the second Chinese-American female judge in U.S. history.

http://www.lgbtqnation.com/tag/pamela-ki-mai-chen/

 


Beau SiaBeau Sia 

Beau Sia is a Chinese American boy, born in the year of the Dragon. He is the author of a Night Without Armor II: The Revenge (MouthAlmighty Books), he has a spoken word album called Attack! Attack! Go! (MouthAlmighty/Mercury Records), is featured in the films Slam and Slam Nation, has had his poetry appear during ESPN’s 2000 Winter X-Games, is a member of two national poetry slam championship teams, and he loves to play guitar.

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Spoken Word by Beau Sia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V63Z76eNzV0

Beau’s Website:                   Email:
www.beausia.com              beau@beausia.com

 


John and Helen Joo

John and Helen Joo

Our Families: LGBT Asian and Pacific Islander Stories

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJMqIEBf2lY

Check out the first video from Our Families, in our series of videos that highlight the trials of triumphs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people of color. Our Families is a community education campaign that raises the visibility of LGBT people of color. In this video Asian and Pacific Islander families share with us their personal experiences. To learn more about Our Families, go to http://www.basicrights.org/ourfamilies/.

Ke Kulana He Mahu: Remembering a Sense of Place, this documentary relates a tale of how colonialism profoundly transformed Kanaka Maoli (indigenous Hawaiian) society and the forms of love that are acceptable in “the land of aloha.”

By contrasting the diversity of gender and sexual practices in precolonial times with the stigmatization and marginalization of transgendered and gay people in Hawai’i today, the film asks us to ponder a question posed by Kanaka Maoli activist Ku’umealoha Gomes at the beginning of the film: “Where did the change come from?” The question is a rhetorical one, and the film does not provide any explicit answers; rather, it forces us to draw our own conclusions by making sense of the montage of testimonies, interviews, dance performances, old photographs, artistic renderings, and scenes of ocean and landscapes presented to us. (On order for Diversity and Inclusion film series)

 

All pictures courtesy of API and BBC

Meditación Cuaresmal Pascua Domingo (5 de abril de 2015)

Meditación-Cuaresmal

Rev. Obispa Dra. Mona West
Pascua es un Verbo

Me ha llamado mucho la atención el número de sustantivos que se están convirtiendo en verbos en estos días, especialmente en el mundo de la tecnología: google, skype, marcadores, correo electrónico, texto, mensaje, amigo / no amigo. Verbificar o laverbificación (que también es un sustantivo que se convirtió  en un verbo) es un proceso natural de la lengua el cómo los sustantivos se incrustan más en nuestro vocabulario como algo que hacemos así como algo que son. Aunque ‘ marica’ no es un sustantivo (es un adjetivo) ICM ha afirmado esta palabra como un verbo en nuestros esfuerzos para resistir, subvertir y cuestionar (consultar) las estructuras y sistemas opresivos. ¡Hay algo que decir sobre este tipo de acción de convertir en verbos!

 

Mi querida amiga del seminario, Dawn Ripley, fue la primera persona que compartió conmigo que Pascua es un verbo. Ella citó este verso del poema de Gerard Manly Hopkins: Permitamos que la Pascua de Dios en nosotrossea el alba en nuestra penumbra, sea la Pascua escudo carmesí. En mi infancia como bautista del sur, el sustantivo Pascua significaba que iba al cielo. Tenía muy poco que ver con mi vida presente antes de llegar al cielo. Afirmando la Pascua como verbo ha producido “nueva vida” como parte de cada día en esta vida.

Por lo tanto, si afirmamos que Pascua es un verbo… ¿cómo lo conjugamos?

Yo Pascua                               Nosotros / Nosotras Pascuas

Tú Pascua                               Ustedes Pascuas

El / Ella / Ello Pascua              Ellos / Ellas Pascuas

Yo Pascua. Comencemos con la primera persona del singular. Como a María Magdalena en la tumba, Jesús nos llama a cada uno de nosotros por nuestro nombre. Y cuando escuchamos a Jesús pronunciando nuestro nombre, él Pascua en nosotros, él es el alba en nuestra penumbra. Pascua no es sólo una fiesta que celebramos, o una doctrina que creemos o debatimos. Pascua se presenta dentro de nuestra existencia. Jesús resucita en mí, en ti. Yo Pascua. Es lo que María hizo cuando ella les dijo a los discípulos que Jesús estaba vivo-ella estaba siendo Pascua. Yo Pascua cada vez que tomo decisiones a favor de la vida, en lugar de la muerte. Yo Pascua cada vez que anuncio, o señalo la vida ofreciendo lugares donde Dios trabaja en el mundo y en mi vida.

 

Tú Pascua. La segunda persona del singular. Si María hubiera sido la única persona en tener la experiencia de Pascua; si ella hubiera mantenido para sí misma o pensado que sólo tenía significado para ella y no para nadie más, la historia de la resurrección se hubiera quedado en un secreto. Tú Pascua. El mismo hacer Pascua está sucediendo en mí, está aconteciendo en ti. Estoy convencida que los conflictos que vivimos en nuestras iglesias sería resueltos si nosotros reconocemos la Pascua de Jesus en cada persona.

 

Él / Ella / Ello Pascua. Tercera persona del singular. En el Libro a los Romanos, el apóstol Pablo anuncia que toda la creación gime por redención. Los Salmos nos dicen que Dios ofrece salvación para humanos y bestias por igual. Creo que la Pascua de Jesús no está solamente en ti y en mí, sino en todo el orden de la creación. En la creación vemos la Pascua en todo lo que nos rodea y nos invita a este evento verbal de “la recreación del nuevo día de Dios”.

 

Nosotros / Nosotras Pascuas. Primera persona del plural. Nosotros(as), la Iglesia, somos una comunidad resucitada. Todas las personas estamos llamadas a Pascua cada día-a la práctica de la resurrección-como dijo poéticamente Wendell Berry, por nuestros actos de justicia y compasión.

 

Ustedes Pascuas. Segunda persona del plural. O como decimos en mi ciudad natal del sureste, Y’all Easter. Qué significa decir “Y’all Easter”. ¿Podría significar el afirmar la vida trabajando en otras comunidades de fe, otras tradiciones religiosas? ¿Podría significar el expresar que la Pascua es un verbo inter-religioso, inter-confesional? Yo pienso que sí.

 

Ellos / Ellas Pascuas. Tercera persona del plural. Decir ‘Ellos / Ellas Pascuas’ es reconocer el trabajo que las personas realizan en todo el mundo, a favor de la justicia y la vida enfrentando la Guerra, el genocidio, la corrupción, la homofobia y la codicia. Oscar Romero, el arzobispo de El Salvador trabajó por los pobres oprimidos en su país. En 1980 fue asesinado por ser Pascua, antes de morir él dijo, “Si ustedes me matan, resucitaré en los corazones de mi pueblo”. Ellos Pascua. Ellas Pascua.


Un escritor ha dicho que la resurrección “es la mayor acción verbal de Dios, el SÍ de Dios a la nueva vida… Los peores seres humanos no tienen la última palabra. La crueldad, el odio y la violencia no tienen la última palabra”. La Resurrección es la palabra final de Dios, una y otra vez. Nosotros conocemos está gran acción verbal en ICM. Es por lo que invitamos a las personas a Ser ICM, Ser Pascua.

  • Meditación Cuaresmal Pascua Domingo (5 de abril de 2015)
  • Lenten meditation for Easter Sunday (5 April 2015)
  • Meditación Cuaresmal el Viernes Santo (3 de abril de 2015)
  • Lenten meditation for Good Friday (3 April 2015)
  • Meditación Cuaresmal el Jueves Santo (2 de abril de 2015)
  • Lenten meditation for Maundy Thursday (2 April 2015)
  • Meditación Cuaresmal el Domingo de Pasión (29 de marzo de 2015)
  • Lenten meditation for Liturgy of the Passion (29 March 2015)
  • Meditación Cuaresmal el Domingo de Ramos (29 de marzo de 2015)
  • Lenten meditation for Palm Sunday (29 March 2015)
  • Meditación Cuaresmal Quinto Domingo (22 de marzo de 2015)
  • Lenten meditation for the fifth Sunday (22 March 2015)
  • Meditación Cuaresmal Cuarto Domingo (15 de marzo de 2015)
  • Lenten meditation for the fourth Sunday (15 March 2015)
  • Lenten Meditation for the Third Sunday (8 March 2015)
  • Meditación Cuaresmal Tercer Domingo (8 de marzo de 2015)
  • Meditación Cuaresmal Segundo Domingo (1 de marzo de 2015)
  • Lenten Meditation for the Second Sunday (1 March 2015)
  • Meditación Cuaresmal Primer Domingo (22 de febrero de 2015)
  • Lenten Meditation for the First Sunday (22 February 2015)
  • Meditación Cuaresmal Miércoles de Ceniza (18 de febrero de 2015)
  • Lenten Meditation for Ash Wednesday (18 February 2015)