Welcome to St. John's MCC Community Website
What a joy it is for us to have you visit our website and it is our prayer we will meet you face to face soon! Our passion is providing a place where you can experience a life-changing experience with God.
At St. John’s Metropolitan Community Church, our doors are open to all people regardless of where you are on your spiritual journey, your race, economic status, gender identity, sexual orientation or where you feel society has placed you in God’s world. We don’t accept labels; just a genuine desire to “do unto others as you would have them do unto you”. We openly need God and each other to fulfill our God given destiny, individual call and God’s collective call to our community.
Come as you are! Just as you are! It is our aspiration you will join us for a powerful worship experience offering a holistic biblical truth in God’s inclusive love. It is our belief God meets us right where we are to develop an authentic and enduring relationships with Christ, others and ourselves . . . we are glad you are here!!
Whether you are seeking a deeper spiritual connection or just starting to ask questions about God and your sacred journey in life as a follower of Christ, you can find a home here at St. John’s Metropolitan Community Church.
In short, bring all of who you are to a warm authentic community that worships God. We believe that your presence will not be by accident and that your experience will be abundantly blessed. You and our entire faith community will be influenced and encouraged to be "Jesus with Skin On".
Wishing You God’s Abundant Blessings,
Pastor Brendan and Sandra Boone
Each year St. John's MCC leaves the building for our annual Faith in Action Day! Faith in Action is anopportunity for individuals to literally put their faith into action. We will move our Celebration worship service from the church to a local location within the community.
Come out and join St. John's Metropolitan Community Church on Saturday September 27th, 2014 for the NC Pride14 Parade and Festival on Duke campus in Durham NC. More than 7,000 people are expected to attend this year's festival, which includes a pride parade, a daytime pride festival