As a community of faith, aChurch4Me MCC is almost 5 years old, and we are planning
for the next 5 years. The link
below directs you to a very important survey.
The information you provide is completely anonymous! Your answers are submitted without a name, IP address, or email identifiers. In this way, your anonymity is assured.
This survey covers three sections: Basic demographics, an evaluation of your worship experience, and expectations of pastoral leadership. Our hope is to receive the most accurate and honest responses possible in order to plan and honor each of you. Your opinion will significantly guide our Board of Servants, Pastor, and Team Leaders. Thank you for participating.
Please reply before May 12, 2013!
Here is the survey link: aChurch4Me Survey
If you know of others who have attended aChurch4Me MCC in the past, but are no longer attending, please forward this to them – yes we want everyone’s opinions!
aChurch4Me MCC Board of Servants
Beginning Sunday April 1, 2012, aChurch4Me MCC will worship in Overdeir Hall, 3rd Floor, within United Church of Rogers Park. This location will also be the new home of aChurch4Me MCC offices and meeting space!
Our NEW address:
1545 W. Morse Ave Chicago, Illinois 60626
Corner of W. Morse and N. Ashland.
Please use Morse Ave Entrance and Elevator.
This space is ADA accessible with handicapped parking on N. Ashland on the street and in the parking lot.
CHICAGO, February 8, 2012—Rev. Rachelle Brown of aChurch4Me? Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) was featured in an interview by Windy City Times (WCT) on the printed and digital editions for Feb 8, 2012. The discussion was about the July 1-5, 2013 Metropolitan Community Churches (MCC) “Believe” General Conference event that kicks off in downtown Chicago at the Fairmont Chicago Hotel.
In a statement with WCT, Pastor Brown talked about aChurch4Me? MCC hosting the pre-convention events on June 23, 2013, and the state of gay, lesbisan, bisexual and transgender rights in countries like Latin Amercia, Eastern Europe and Africa.
It’s really underground for safety. They can’t be out. It’s literally dangerous. Some of the laws in Africa, they will kill people —Rev. Rachelle Brown
Rev. Brown also goes on to talk to WCT about how important expanding outreach here in Chicago and serving the whole LGBT community and beyond.
We have to be very cognizant that our work is here, it’s liberating people who are comfortable being gay and lesbian and out in Chicago. We’re very aware that in our mission of reforming Christianity, this is like a speck in the sea of what’s happening.
One of the missions of aChurch4Me? MCC is to make sure our church in reaching out to all the communities, not just lesbian or gay, but straight, the disadvantaged—as well as the people giving back to the community.
We have quite a few transgender pastors … bisexual as well. It’s not just gay and lesbian.
Want to get involved? Learn more about what aChurch4Me? MCC does in Chicago and how you can join our meetings, worship and volutneer efforts. Check out our Resource Welcome Kit to learn more.
Also, learn more about the National MCC churches event in 2013 and join us!