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(Click on 'Coming Events' tab for more details, if available.)
Tuesday Dinner Night Out
May 14 at 6:30 P.M.
The 52nd Annual St. Nicholas Greek Food Festival
St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Catherdral
419 S. Dithridge St.
MCC Pittsburgh Goes to the Movies
Star Trek Into Darkness
Friday, May 24 (time TBA)
AMC Lowes Waterfront
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* Every Sunday at 7:00 PM
Worship service at Friends Meeting House, 4836 Ellsworth Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15213
* Every Sunday 11:00 AM
Bible study and communion at St. Martin's Episcopal Church, 285 St. Martin Dr., Monroeville, PA 15146
(Google Maps shows location incorrectly... continue along Old William Penn Highway, make a slight left onto Center
Rd and follow Center Rd. around to the church parking lot.)
* Every Thursday 7:00 PM
Taizé service at St. Martin's Episcopal Church (see address above)
EMPOWERED BY GOD... UNITED IN DIVERSITY... CREATING CHANGE
Thank you for taking the opportunity to visit our website. We hope that you will take the opportunity to worship with us and attend some of our events. At MCC Pittsburgh you can explore your spirituality in an environment that celebrates the lives of GLBTQ people knowing that God has created us just as we are and loves us.
MCC Pittsburgh is a part of the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches. We currently have churches in 22 countries around the world with an MCC in most major cities in the United States. Since 1968 UFMCC has been a pioneer in the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered community. As an international denomination we have provided a safe place for people to find God's all-inclusive love, while being at the forefront of seeking equality for all people.
MCC Pittsburgh's primary outreach is to GLBTQ people, family, friends and those straight people who share our vision. We are a cutting edge church dedicated to living authentic lives that are healthy, whole, and holy.
If you are yearning for a place to explore your spirituality, to make a difference in our world, or you are seeking an affirming and uplifting spiritual community, you're in the right place. If you have any questions or want further information please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. May God bless you.
Our Vision Statement
United in diversity
Our Mission Statement
* transformational worship,
* community outreach,
* support resources,
* group structures,
* social services,
* educational opportunities and
* action for social justice.
This is in an environment where everyone is welcome.
Our primary outreach is to:
* GLBT people,
* friends and
* those who share our vision.
Over the next two years our strategic growth initiative will be to colleges and universities.
We will do this by
partnering with other GLBTQ community groups, enhancing our internal and external
communications programs and developing ministry programs to meet specific needs,
so that we meet our vision as a church.
Our Core Values
2) We are a diverse community accepting, affirming and celebrating all people.
3) We are a cutting-edge church dedicated to this new understanding of God's love.
4) We foster self-respect and are committed to living life to the fullest.
5) We embrace a
healthy, whole and holy walk with God.
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Updates done on the following dates (recent updates underlined):
Home page: 4/29/2013; Coming events - 4/29/2013; News & Photos - 12/13/2012, Links - 7/23/2009; Sermon Archive - 12/31/2012 (new sermons from 2003&2004); History - 12/31/2012; Donations Link - added 4/4/2006 (updated 9/1/2006); Library Catalog page added - 10/25/2010