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MCCNY offers a spiritual home for New York City's LGBTQI Community open to all. We believe MCCNY is called to be the spiritual center of our city.

Our dream, and the dream of the Gospel, is that people from all walks of life will live together in right relationship and share their gifts, talents and resources.

No city on earth and no community of faith, is better poised to live out that dream than MCCNY.
 
 
We Plough The Fields and Scatter - James T Lane
Stonewall - The Birth of theGay Liberation Movement
Why We March!


MCCNY 2017: LIVING OUT LOUD


LGBTQ SOLIDARITY RALLY
Rev. Troy Perry, founder of the Metropolitan Community Churches (MCC), is the first American citizen given Cuba's CENESEX award. The 10th Cuban Gala Against Homophobia at the Karl Marx Theater in Havana 12 May 2017 was the setting where close to 5,000 people gathered to honor Rev. Perry, including the US, French, and Swiss ambassadors as well as the Minister of Culture of Cuba. Mariela Castro Espín, daughter of Cuban President Raul Castro, and a member of the country's National Assembly attended the presentation. Perry was presented the award for his long history of working for human rights and the rights of the LGBTQ community worldwide. READ THE WHOLE STORY >>
MCCNY provides social services through MCCNY Charities, a comprehensive social service provider, working within and beyond the LGBTQI community. An independent 501(c)(3) organization, MCCNY Charities furthers the mission of MCCNY to bring the world to right and just relationship.

MCCNY Charities operates MCCNY Homeless Youth Services: Sylvia’s Place, a provider of emergency shelter and services to over 1,000 homeless LGBTQ youth per year, the Sylvia Rivera Food Pantry providing 550 bag lunches and 250 bags of groceries per week to those in need in the community.

Rev. Elder Pat’s Finishing School, a monthly free dinner and skills-building workshop for members of the transgender community and Queer Elder Spirit which offers training and job placement for members of the LGBTQI community to serve as home care and personal care attendants to LGBTQI elders.
MCCNY advocates for social justice both locally in the fight for equal rights and globally through the Global Justice Institute.

The Global Justice Institute is an independent 501(c)3 that serves as the social justice arm of the Metropolitan Community Churches and is housed within the Metropolitan Community Church of New York.
   
 
MCCNY is located in Manhattan at 446 W. 36th St. beteewn 9th and 10th avenues, just a few blocks from Pennsylvania Station and the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

We have services every Sunday at 9am, 11am and 5pm.

All are welcome - please join us!
   
A note about our new web site:

This initial site is phase one of a multi-phase rollout that will include a mobile version for phones and tablets etc. We will be featuring lots of photos and video of current events at MCCNY as well as opening up the archive. Please feel free to send any photos or video for consideration to John Phelps at media@mccny.org. We will be also adding a companion media site of photo galleries and video as well, so visit regularly!



In Loving Memory -
The Reverend Dolores Berry


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Congratulations, Deacon Tressie

 

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Thanks to John Garrett