MCCSYDNEY is an inclusive Christian church
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Welcome to Metropolitan Community Church Sydney. Today over 50000 people worship in MCCs around the world. In the words of our current Moderator, Reverend Nancy Wilson, MCC 'tears down walls and builds up hope'. MCC Sydney was founded in 1975 and continues to offer authentic and honest Christian worship to all people.
Our mission is simple. Everyone who seeks out God and wants to grow as a Christian will at MCC Sydney find life and know love.
Our services are held at 10am and 6:30pm.
We invite you to come as you are, whether you identify as Christian, come from another faith background or are of no prior faith tradition.
For more information about our events, have a look at the Events page,
For more information about who we are and what we believe you can read our Vision of MCC Sydney and have a look at some of the resources on the About page.
We are a progressive Christian church, open to all people who want to learn more about God. We give thanks to God for people of all genders, sexualities, ages and cultural backgrounds.
At MCC all persons have value and worth, and are uniquely gifted to share the Good News with others. So no matter what, you are weclome at MCC Sydney.
Also have a look at our newsletter for more information about what is happening. Have a look!
Since the federal election and particularly over the past few weeks the issue of marriage equality has once again been the topic of regular news releases. The battle between those who want it and those who don’t con-tinues to rage often with thinly veiled attacks on the GLBTIQ community.
Personally I feel the plebiscite is a bad step and the hurt and hatred it will probably cause far outweighs any benefit that may come from it. Just look around the world at debate regarding this issue and it is easy to see the pain and distress that can be caused to our community and its supporters. In particular my concern is for the younger mem-bers of our community, both in MCC and the wider GLBTIQ community.
Politicians are play-ing politics with the wellbeing of our brothers and sisters and often it seems there is nothing we can do. I would encourage all members and friends of MCC to write to your local member of parliament and encourage them to drop the plans for this hurtful plebiscite and do what they were elected to do and represent us all in parliament with a free vote. Often we forget that it is up to us to make a difference and not to leave it to someone else.
May you all be blessed,
At MCC Sydney we have lots of events coming up. For more details and online booking, please see the Events page.
Traditional Service: Every Sunday 10am
Contemporary Service: Every Sunday 6:30pm
Preacher at both services this week is Rev Greg Smith
Thank God It's Thursday - Our Bible Discussion Group starts again on Thursday 8th September. 7pm at the Church.
Spring Cycle: Saturday 17th September. Meet at 9:30 at the Olympic Park Bike Hire Shop at Bicentennial Park. See the Events page for more details.
Sunday Lunch at Grind Into Gear Stanmore - 18th September, 12pm
Board of Directors / Parish Council Meeting - Sunday 18th September, 2pm at the Church
Socail Justice Committee Meeting - Sunday 18th September, 4pm.
I AM Project:
Check out iamproject.mccsydney.org for more information.
If you would like to donate to support the work of MCC Sydney. We rely on donations to help us fund the work that we do Thank you for your support!
We are entirely funded by the tithes, offerings and donations from our friends and members. If you would like to help us continue the work that we do the details are below.
You can give electronically using our bank account details or by Credit Card using PayPal.
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MCC Sydney is located at 96 Crystal Street, Petersham, an inner western suburb of Sydney approximately fifteen minutes drive from the CBD.
The nearest train station is Petersham and there are plenty of bus routes that stop nearby. Go to www.transportnsw.info for more details. There is plenty of on street free car parking.
For location details and a map see our contact page.
10am - Traditional
The morning service is 'traditional', combining elements from Catholic, Protestant and other worship practices.
6:30pm - Contemporary
The music is modern, the worship style is flexible and different aspects of faith and spirituality are explored.