Alex Pittaway was ordained into MCC ministry on the 1st of July 2018. Rev Em shared the sermon … it’s all about listening, community and relationship.
Dear GLBTQI Christian Subject: No Fear in Love 1 John: 18 Over the last few weeks there has been a lot of discussion and anger (on both sides) due to Israel Folau’s comments. It seems very obvious to me, highlighted so well by Tuiloma Lina Samu (and others) that so much of this kind of […]
Darlene and Candy are MCC legends! They are visiting from American for only a few days. Don’t miss this opportunity to get to know them and find out about the incredible work they do. They are here to get to know you and what we do as Church in Progress – so let’s show them […]
Join in the MCC weekly call to prayer. This one was crafted by our friend PJ from MCC Sydney.
Tonight Rev Emily spoke, with support (thank you team), at the No Ban, No Wall protest in Aotea Square organised by Aotearoa Against Muslim Ban. Here’s what I planned to say … might not be exactly how it came out on the night … but here is the intention: ____ Kia Ora Whanau First, I’d […]
A message for you from the MCC Leadership: Metropolitan Community Churches are compelled by an unfinished calling and a prophetic destiny. We are a global movement of spiritually, sexually and gender diverse people who are fully awake to God’s enduring love. A time of leadership transition creates new opportunities to live into our vision, mission […]
Church in Progress is part of a wider movement called ‘Metropolitan Community Churches‘ (MCC). MCC was started nearly 50 years ago in the United States. Many of our sibling MCC churches are in America. MCC was founded to provide a place where all are welcomed and affirmed, many of our congregations have a majority membership […]
Grieving is hard and everyone grieves in different ways. Emily looks at quilting as a way of processing and remembering someone who has died and she asks … how do you grieve?
Lenten Meditation for the Fifth Sunday – 6 April 2014 The Raising of Lazarus from Martha’s Perspective – John 11: 1-45 On this fifth Sunday of Lent, I invite us to hear the familiar story of the raising of Lazarus from Martha’s perspective. What follows is what I imagine Martha would have said about what happened […]
LENTEN MEDITATION for the Fourth Sunday – 30 March 2014 by by Rev. Elder Darlene Garner No matter what our chronological age might be, many of us are probably still trying to make sense of our lives — to answer the proverbial question, Who will I be when I grow up? The global movement of […]