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Lift Your Voice for Marriage Equality

Lift Your Voice for Marriage Equality

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United for Marriage Rally
March 26, 2013

On March 26-27, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider landmark cases that will determine if LGBT Americans will enjoy the freedom and equality under the law that is every American’s birthright.  These deliberations are coming amid a dramatic change in public opinion about marriage equality for LGBT people with more than half of Americans favoring marriage rights for same-sex couples according to a December poll by Gallup.  The United States of America is ready for marriage equality.

As the nation’s highest court begins its deliberations of these cases, Metropolitan Community Churches and the Global Justice Institute are joining LGBT and allied organizations, faith and grassroots leaders, and social justice and religious associations from across the country in rallying at the steps of the Supreme Court to tell our stories and make our voices heard about the fundamental right and freedom to marry.

Please join us for this historical moment by helping us demonstrate our strong support for marriage equality for all Americans, whether in Washington, DC or in your own community.  In addition to the rally at the U.S. Supreme Court, more than 100 local leaders and organizations are organizing rallies, vigils, observances, and prayer services in their local areas to highlight their support for marriage equality for LGBT people.

Can we count you in? There are three ways you can get involved:

Come rally with us outside the Supreme Court in Washington, DC on March 26th and 27th:  
http://bit.ly/UnitedForMarriageRally

Join or organize a community event in your area: http://bit.ly/UnitedForMarriageLocalEvents

Tweet from your event using #united4marriage

Whether you attend the rally in Washington, DC or in your local area, wear red to show your support for freedom and equality.

Every action and every event we organize in support of marriage equality will bring us a step closer in making freedom and equality a reality for all people.  Several MCC’s have already committed to lifting their voices on behalf of marriage equality within their own communities:

*MCC Hartford, Hartford, CT
*MCC New Haven, New Haven, CT
*Sunshine Cathedral, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
*Trinity MCC, Gainesville, FL

If your congregation is planning an event in observance of the marriage equality court hearings, please let us know at .

A Call to Prayer: Earthquakes in Japan

Rev. Elder Diane Fisher Calls MCC to Prayer for Christchurch

Tearing Down Walls.
Building Up Hope.

Call for Prayer for Christchurch, New Zealand

Rev. Elder Diane FisherYesterday an earthquake hit Christchurch, New Zealand, toppling buildings and killing many people.  The city has been devastated.  The Cathedral in the center square has been destroyed.  Power is gone in most places and there is no safe water.  I spoke with Marion Wilson, one of the Crave MCC, NZ leaders.  She says that people from the church are physically safe and many deeply unsettled by the events. Neil Hellewell, another leader, has spent most of the day and much of the night working at the hospital.  Many are being cared for in parks around the city. Please keep the congregation of Crave MCC and the people of the city of Christchurch and surrounding area in your prayers.

Marion Wilson, Neil Hellewell from Crave MCC Christchurch

Gracious God,

We lift our voices to join the chorus of people asking for your healing presence with the people of Christchurch.

Share your peace with those who are frightened,

Share your strength with the ones searching for those who are trapped,

Share your compassion and healing touch with those dealing with the injured.

Be with all the families searching for loved ones or grieving the loss of those who are now with you.

Cathedral in ChristchurchMay everyone feel your enveloping love and know that they are not alone.

We pray for the land, may the tremors of the earth ease.

We know that journey through this devastation is just beginning and we pray for a spirit of hope for Christchurch’s people as they grieve their losses and work to rebuild their lives.

God, with you all things are possible and we know that through you, prayer can bring comfort to a hurting world.  May the people of Christchurch feel your love and find renewed courage for the days ahead.

We offer our prayer through your many names and in the name of Jesus.

Amen

DF Sig

Rev. Elder Diane Fisher

MCC Calls the Nation to Prayer following Shooting in Arizona

PRAYER ALERT

Office of the Moderator

Metropolitan Community Churches

For Immediate Release:  08 January 2011

Moderator of Metropolitan Community Churches Calls the Nation to Prayer and Recommitment to Valuing All Life

As many already know, this morning Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona and several others were shot.  While stories are varying at this point, we know that Rep. Giffords was hosting her first “Congress on Your Corner” event at a local Safeway Store in northwest Tucson, offering constituents a chance to learn more about the workings of Congress.

Details from this horrific incident will not be sorted for some time, but what we can and must focus on as a nation of many creeds, colors, and cultures is the fundamental truth that all of life is scared regardless of political views, social or religious affiliations.

The present turmoil of our nation, as we repeatedly battle over issues of human equality like immigration reform, just and equal wages, and universal health care access — things Rep. Giffords was known to champion — must not become for any of us, no matter our ideological positions, justification for violence in any form.  Jesus’ counsel was clearly and simply, “Love your enemies.”

It is with that word in mind, that I call the members and friends of Metropolitan Community Churches and people of good will across this nation to prayer.  Join me in praying not only for Rep. Giffords and all who were shot, along with their families and friends, but also for the young man who committed this crime and his family.

To paraphrase one of our great prophets and martyrs, we must learn to live together

in peace, despite our differences, or we will simply be consigned to die together.

Rep. Giffords dedicated her life to the principles of justice and equality for all, things she really believed in.  Let us now follow her example and lift up the one thing all of us who call America home say we believe in:  the right to life and liberty for all God’s children.

Join me in praying:

Source of all life,

We give you thanks this day for the lives of those who

daily use that gift of life in service to others.

We especially remember now all those who lives were taken too soon from us

in today’s shooting,

and pray for the miracle of recovery for all those still in surgery or under hospital care.

Be with the families and friends of those targeted,

and the family and friends of the aggressor,

and surround them all in the light of your comforting presence.

Bless the community that must now struggle with the trauma and terror of this day.

And help us all to recommit ourselves to living together in ways

that honor your plan for a diverse creation.

+Amen

Grace and Peace,

+Nancy

The Rev. Elder Nancy Wilson, Moderator

Metropolitan Community Churches

Tolerance & Faith — Proposed Mosque, New York City and the Globe

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MCC: Tolerance & Faith — Proposed Mosque, New York City and the Globe


The Global Justice Team of Metropolitan Community Churches will present a webinar entitled MCC: Tolerance & Faith — Proposed Mosque, New York City and the Globe on Friday, September 10 from 3:00 – 4:00 PM (ET).


The purpose of the webinar will be to facilitate a healthy conversation from an ethical, theological and pastoral perspective. One goal of this conversation will be to enhance understanding of the significance of the proposed mosque near the site of the former World Trade Center in New York City as we near the upcoming 9/11/01 Day of Remembrance.


Our facilitator for this holy conversation will be the Rev. Gayle Davis, who is a lawyer and former prosecuting attorney in New York City. Rev. Davis is now a clergy person with Metropolitan Community Churches and is pursuing her doctorate in ethics under Dr. Traci C. West, Professor of Ethics and African American Studies at Drew University Theological School, Madison, New Jersey.


As we near the tenth anniversary of September 11th, Rev. Davis will use a Christian social ethical analysis to raise questions on the New York City mosque controversy:  What does it mean to build and live in the beloved community?  What are the ethical perspectives that should guide responses by Christian and civil communities to the mosque controversy?  Do death and destruction ipso facto make a community sacred or does sacredness begin in our response to such tragic events?


We invite you to join this conversation on Friday, September 10, 2010 from 3:00 – 4:00 PM (ET) by clicking the link below. Rev. Davis will address those attending for 30 minutes.  Her presentation will be followed by a Question & Answer period.


We invite you to join this webinar using one of these two methods:

1.  For computers users with audio please click MCC Global Justice: Tolerance & Faith

2.  For individuals without computer audio or computes please call the conference line at 1.218.486.1600 and enter ID# 778024 to join the call to listen only.


This webinar has been organized by The Rev. Pat Bumgardner, Chair of the Moderator’s Global Justice Ministry, Metropolitan Community Churches, and The Rev.  Dr. Robert Griffin at the Sunshine Cathedral, Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Member of the Moderator’s Public Policy Team, Metropolitan Community Churches.

For more information about the webinar, please contact Rev. Dr. Robert Griffin at Rogertg@aol.com.

Moderator of Metropolitan Community Churches Calls All U.S. Congregations to Immediate Action to Secure the Passage of ENDA

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Tearing Down Walls. 

 Building Up Hope.

From the Office of the Moderator

Metropolitan Community Churches

For Immediate Distribution:  17 May 2010

 

Moderator of Metropolitan Community Churches

Calls All U.S. Congregations to Immediate Action

to Secure the Passage of ENDA

 

Today, as we mark the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia {IDAHO} and MCCers around the globe join in demonstrations, dialogues and prayer vigils seeking a world where discrimination and violence against LGBT people is a thing of the past, I call on our Churches and Congregants in the United States to join me in taking action to ensure the passage of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act {ENDA}.   

 

ENDA is a federally based effort to ensure that LGBT people enjoy the same  legal  protections against job discrimination as all other workers.   Too many of us are struggling too hard to maintain employment in a difficult economy, for anyone of us to have to worry about job loss simply because of gender identity or expression or sexual orientation.

 

If we don’t act to pass ENDA now, it will die in Congress for this session.  That is the simple truth.

 

Our calls can make a difference. 

 

I urge every MCCer and person of good will to call the U.S. Capitol switchboard at          202-224-3121 today!  All you have to do is give the operator your zip code and you will be connected to your U.S. Representative.  Once connected, make sure your Representative knows you are a constituent.  Then join me in saying:

 

Discrimination is a real problem that affects real people, like me.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people need basic job discrimination protections.

Members of Congress must prioritize the passage of ENDA NOW!

We can’t wait any longer!

 

Your call can make a difference.  Join me on Monday, May 17th in making sure that Congress acts immediately to pass ENDA.

 
Grace and Peace,

 

+Nancy

 

The Rev. Nancy Wilson, Moderator

Metropolitan Community Churches

 

This statement prepared in conjunction with The Moderator’s Global Justice Team,

The Rev. Pat Bumgardner, Chair.

Your call can make a difference!

For Additional Information, Contact: 
Kathy Beasley, Communications Director
Metropolitan Community Churches
P.O. Box 1374 Abilene, TX (USA) 79604
Email: Kathy Beasley

Website:  www.mccchurch.org


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Moderator of Metropolitan Community Churches Calls Us to Prayer on Behalf of Christ Covenant MCC

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Tearing Down Walls. 

 Building Up Hope.

 

 
Moderator of Metropolitan Community Churches
 Calls the Community to Prayer
on Behalf of Christ Covenant MCC


 

Dear Friends:

 

We are coming close to General Conference, and the Elders are so looking forward to a time of being together in worship, fellowship, and Spirit-led deliberations about our future as a movement. All of us are convinced that we see momentum everywhere in MCC, and know that God is with us as we face the challenges of our times with bold imagination!

 

It is never easy to communicate this – we have just received notice that Christ Covenant MCC, in Atlanta, Georgia, pastored by Rev. Elder Glenna Shepherd, has decided to hold a congregational meeting to disaffiliate from MCC, on July 1st, during our General Conference.

 

The notice we received did not offer an explanation, or share any grievances. We have not yet been invited into any kind of conversation. This is a congregation that has received a lot of support and help from the Elders and MCC, over the years, as they have gone through joys and difficulties.

 

We have communicated to them that we are still open to such a conversation before the meeting, and that, even though no one in leadership could be available to attend July 1, we will send a representative. Please pray for this congregation that has been part of our denomination for decades, and for our churches in Georgia and the surrounding area.

 

We wanted to alert all of you, and to make sure you know about it in well in advance of General Conference. We want to find ways to support MCC in Atlanta and the surrounding area, pastorally and practically.

 

Meanwhile, know that we are going to have an amazing General Conference, and a time of renewal and re-commitment to the mission and vision of MCC! 

 

Grace and Peace

 

+ Nancy

 

Rev. Elder Nancy Wilson

Moderator Metropolitan Community Churches


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Moderator of Metropolitan Community Churches Hails Historic Step by Senate Leader To Repeal “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell”

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 Building Up Hope.

U.S. Activist Alert

From the Office of the Moderator

Metropolitan Community Churches

For Immediate Release: 05 March 2010

 

Moderator of Metropolitan Community Churches

Hails Historic Step by Senate Leader

To Repeal “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell”

 

On Wednesday, March 3rd, as the nation celebrated the institution of marriage equality in its capital, one more historic step toward full equality for LGBT Americans was taken with Senator Joseph Lieberman’s introduction of the “Military Readiness Enhancement Act of 2010.” 

 

Senator Lieberman has recently been a vocal advocate of dismantling the 1993 policy known as “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell,” and today acted on his commitment to both end discrimination in the military and make it possible for all U.S. service members to serve openly and with pride. 

 

“Under the ban implemented seventeen years ago, service members were forced to either compromise their integrity by serving in silence and pretending to be someone they were not, or to face discharge from the career many had devoted lifetimes to,” said The Rev. Nancy Wilson,  Moderator of Metropolitan Community Churches.  “For many, it was and remains an unconscionable choice — life in the shadows or resigning the job you have felt called to do,” she added. 

 

“I know I speak for my brother and sister LGBT military comrades, when I say thanks be to God we are one step closer to enjoying the freedom we have worked to extend to so many others around the globe,” said The Rev. Lea Brown, Senior Pastor of Metropolitan Community Church of San Francisco and former U.S. Army Chaplain Candidate (2nd Lt.).

 

It is estimated that 66,000 LGBT people serve in U.S. military forces in some capacity.  The “Military Readiness Enhancement Act of 2010″ introduced by Senator Lieberman and co-sponsored by the Chair of the Senate Armed Services Committee, parallels an earlier bill introduced in the House of Representatives in 2009. 

 

“This is both a time to rejoice and a time to press forward,” urged The Rev. Robert Griffin, Director of Media Production/Performing Art Series and Christian Social Action at the Sunshine Cathedral Metropolitan Community Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and a retired Chaplain’s Assistant from the United States Navy.  “Our hope and priority now must become making sure that this bill does not linger in Senate chambers, but is passed with an implementation deadline by the end of 2010.  To do that, we need our community and supporters of equality everywhere to keep the pressure on Congress to not only say, but do the right thing.” 

 

Metropolitan Community Churches is partnering with the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network in the effort to establish LGBT equality in all branches of the U.S, military.  To see how you can help usher in the “Military Readiness Enhancement Act of 2010″ and end “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” go to http://www.sldn.org/page/speakout/Senators.   

 

 

Grace and Peace,
 
//signed//
 
 

The Rev. Elder Nancy Wilson
Moderator Metropolitan Community Churches

This statement prepared in conjunction with the Moderator’s Global Justice Team, The Rev. Pat Bumgardner, Chair. 

For Additional Information, Contact: 
Kathy Beasley, Communications Director
Metropolitan Community Churches
P.O. Box 1374 Abilene, TX (USA) 79604
Email: Kathy Beasley

Website:  www.mccchurch.org


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Moderator of Metropolitan Community Churches Calls for Vigilant Prayer in the Aftermath of Chilean Earthquake

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From the Office of the Moderator

Metropolitan Community Churches

For Immediate Release: 01 March 2010

 

 

Moderator of Metropolitan Community Churches

Calls for Vigilant Prayer

in the Aftermath of Chilean Earthquake

 

 

In the early morning hours of Saturday, February 27th, the people of Chile suffered what experts are saying was the 5th largest earthquake the world has known since 1900.  It comes just a month after the devastation in Haiti, and was followed by an earthquake of smaller magnitude in Argentina, which took the life of an 8-year-old boy.

 

I am in contact with The Rev. Hector Gutierrez, our program coordinator for South America and he has been in communication with his contacts in Chile and they report, “We are ok and there are no deaths in our close circle of friends and their families”.  Though little information is available at this time, we know that at least 700 people in the areas surrounding the epicenter of the earthquake have died and that as many as 1.5 million have been left homeless.  At least two dozen aftershocks of significant force have been reported. 

 

The quake also triggererd tsunami waves in the Pacific.  Thankfully, the islands of Hawaii appear to have been spared destruction, and the alerts for Japan and the Philippines cancelled.

 

Today, I am asking all MCCers and people of faith to join me in praying for our brothers and sisters in Chile, especially the members, families and friends of Nuevo Espiritu ICM in Santiago and Grupo Cafarnaum in Concepcion.  

 

The Chilean Red Cross is handling disaster relief, and at this time believes it has the resources to care for people in need.  Should that change, I will share with you how MCCers can provide further assistance.

 

For now, I ask that you pray with me for those who have died and their loved ones who survive, for those left homeless and in shock, and for the healing of the earth.

 

We know that losses could have been much more severe, and give thanks for the modern building codes of the Chilean government that helped prevent the kind of devastation we saw in Haiti. — I ask you to join me in praying for the day when housing for all God’s children will be as safe to withstand disaster as humanly possible.     

 

We are a people of strong faith and conviction, and we know that in all suffering and disaster God is working for restoration and healing.  May our prayers be joined to that good and saving work.

 

Grace and Peace,  

 

//signed//

 

 

The Rev. Elder Nancy Wilson, Moderator

Metropolitan Community Churches

        

  
This statement prepared in conjuction with The Global Justice Team of Metropolitan Community Churches, The Rev. Pat Bumgardner, Chair.
 

 

O God,

We know that in all things

You are near and working for good.

Be with those who have suffered such shock and loss in Chile.

Comfort our brothers and sisters who have survived,

and hold close to your bosom those who have been lost in this latest disaster.

Steady and encourage the members and friends of Nuevo Espiritu ICM

and Grupo Cafarnaum, as they struggle to both deal with their own trauma

and offer consolation to those around them. 

We pray for safe space for people in need of housing and shelter,

and that everyone have food and water and the medical attention needed this day and night.

God, we pray for the earth and its healing, too.

Quiet its rage, and protect the islands and people and sea creatures

now in danger of tsunami waves.

God, help all of us to live in a way that promotes and advocates for

a just and equal sharing of the earth’s resources.

In this way, may all of us have as much safety and security

as possible in our world.

We trust that your love and healing will be poured out this day

on the people of Chile.

Hear our petition for their protection.  In Jesus’ name we pray.  +Amen   

 


About Metropolitan Community Churches

 

Metropolitan Community Church, founded in 1968, is a human-rights movement and ministry operating as a Christian denomination in 25 countries around the world. MCC has often been and continues to be one of few leading advocates for vulnerable people in places where religious orthodoxy, sexism, and homophobia can result in violence and death. MCC’s promise is stated in its tagline “Tearing Down Walls. Building Up Hope.”

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Email: Kathy Beasley

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MCC Moderator Calls for Continued Focus on Haiti

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Tearing Down Walls.  Building Up Hope.

Action Reminder
Office of the Moderator
For Immediate Release:  15 January 2010
Metropolitan Community Churches
 

Metropolitan Community Churches Calls for Continued Focus on Haiti

 
Child in Haiti
 WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
 

The conditions in Haiti continue to worsen as the dead and injured are found under mountains of rubble.  Yet, even as more people are found, more assistance is making its way to the suffering.
 
Your support of MCC Disaster Relief – Focus on Haiti can make a profound difference in the lives of our siblings in Haiti.
 
Through these first few days, we have already received more than $3,000 for disaster relief in Haiti.
 
Funds given to MCC Disaster Relief – Focus on Haiti will be used in three targeted ways:
  • We will provide funds to support the MCC congregation in the Dominican Republic, specifically, those members who are Haitian and their families with direct support.
  • We will provide funds to support our partner HIV & AIDS organization in Haiti that has been devastated by the earthquake.
  • If assistance to the first two organizations is no longer needed, we will provide MCC funds to a verifiable relief organization which will offer direct help to individuals in need.
If you have already given to this effort, THANK YOU!  If you have not yet taken the opportunity to add your resources and prayers to the people of Haiti, please consider giving now.
 
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More Food for Thought
 
While MCCer’s around the world continue to offer support, Pat Robertson, chief spokesperson of the “700 Club” chose to minimize the earthquake’s destruction.  (For the full text of Robertson’s statement,

Click Here.)

Mr. Robertson’s comments tear at the very heart of the Haitian people, misrepresenting their history and using this horrific earthly disaster as fodder for prejudice and religious propoganda.

In a strong statement against this perspective of God’s activity in the world, MCC pastor Rev. Edgard Francisco offers a plea for understanding, support, and aid for suffering communities in Haiti.

 
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This statement prepared in conjuction with The Global Justice Team of Metropolitan Community Churches,

The Rev. Pat Bumgardner, Chair.
 

 

 

Join Us in Prayer
 
One of our strongest allies in a life of faith is prayer. Please pray with us as a global people of faith.
    God who calls MCC to tear down walls and build up hope:

    We ask for Your help today for our sisters and brothers in Haiti. Jesus, we know that you are with them, in their shock, pain and terrible grief.

    God, we ask for resolve, to be a part of the short and long term solution for healing and hope in Haiti. Give us the strength to pray without ceasing, to give unstintingly, to challenge our governments and officials to everything necessary to save lives and restore health and well-being.

    We pray for those who even now, are in Haiti or on their way, offering comfort, help, protection, food, clothing, shelter and medical care.

    We pray that as the whole world watches, we also take action. As people of faith, may we act in the confidence that you are the God of all, that your steadfast love and mercy is from everlasting to everlasting.

    In Jesus’ name, and in Your many names, we pray, Amen.

For Additional Information, Contact:
 
Kathy Beasley, Communications Director
Metropolitan Community Churches
P.O. Box 1374 Abilene, TX (USA) 79604
Email: Kathy Beasley
Website:
  www.mccchurch.org

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