is about finding
A Spiritual home
Resurrection MCC is a community of people from many spiritual and religious traditions, some of us with even no religious experience at all. That's what makes us different. We want to be a place where everyone belongs and can find a spiritual home that is founded in creating fellowship and family with others.
Our community walks with you deeper and deeper into God's love. God is not finished with us yet and is creating us, loving us, comforting us, and challenging us every day.
Resurrection MCC is a diverse community
We experience the truth in that we don't have all the answers, but together, by fostering healthy discussions and sometimes through misunderstanding, can get closer to any truth together, than we can alone.
Even with our best intentions, we miss the mark as humans and name our imperfection. We work towards reconciliation. In the midst our discontent, fear and oppression, we rely on God's love, forgiveness, grace, and the call to get back up and try again.
Resurrection MCC is Grounded in jesus and growing in justice
We trust the breadth of God's creation as a model for embracing God's creation, creatures, and children. We are committed to being an anti-racist, LGBTQIA+ affirming community that puts love into action. As Jesus' people, we follow the way to co-create God's kin-dom now celebrating our freedom as healed people, oppression abolished, and creation restored.
We see throughout scripture that God is more interested in right relationships than right beliefs - and that you can belong before you believe. The Bible is God-inspired both simple and complex, beautiful and challenging, history and metaphor. We dive deeper into the truths within and find ourselves alongside the journeys and stories lifting similar questions daring to go where the Spirit leads.
50 YEARS OF LOVE IN ACTION!
Church for real people
Our church community seeks not to make people more religious but to help people fall more in love with God and become more fully human. We encourage spiritual practices like prayer, the arts, reading the Bible, participating in small groups, spending time outdoors, tithing, fasting, and many other activities - not because we have to earn God's grace but because they help us to engage the Spirit's imagination and live more fully into God's purpose.
This week at Resurrection MCC
Rev. Elder Troy Treash
Sunday at 11am
Sunday - English
11:00 AM Service
Sunday - Spanish
1:00 PM Service
Monday - Thursday
9:00 - 5:00
NEWS, ARTICLES AND INFORMATION
Who is Metropolitan Community Church? Since its founding in 1968, Metropolitan Community Churches have been at the vanguard of civil and human rights movements as an international advocate for vulnerable people in places where religious orthodoxy, sexism, transphobia, and homophobia can result in violence and death. MCC’s ministry reaches over 43,000 members in almost 300
Homosexuality and the Bible Below is a compilation of some of the best resources on the Bible and Homosexuality for people who are asking these questions for the first time, or revisiting the issue. It starts with the most user-friendly and accessible, including items you can watch or read online, and works up to more
Resurrection MCC History The seeds for MCC ministry in Houston were planted in the winter of 1971-1972. These seeds took root in December of 1972, when meetings were started on a regular basis in a rented apartment in Preston Villa. On the second Sunday of February in 1974, the MCC group moved to a former