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People who aren’t familiar with MCC Churches often have the same question: “Is this a gay church?” No, the church isn’t gay…though many of our members are. We’re a progressive Christian church made up of wonderfully diverse people who are straight, gay, trans, young, old, searching, certain, traditional, and edgy. We’re trying to live what we believe: that God our Creator loves us unconditionally; that Christ calls us to follow and forgives us when we fail; and that the Holy Spirit inspires and unites us. We take our spiritual lives seriously; but we try not to take ourselves too seriously!

If you’re looking for an authentic faith community where you can join others on a spiritual journey, come on over to MCC Austin. Worship with us. Learn with us. Grow with us. You are always welcome here.

Always in Hope,

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8601 South 1st Street
Austin, Texas 78748
Main Tel: 512 291 8601
Email: office@mccaustin.com

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Sunday Morning Bible Study

Every Sunday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. 

Currently studying the Gospel of John.

Conversational, doesn’t require prior Bible knowledge, all are welcome

Hardly a day goes by that some form of racism doesn’t make the news. How do we, as loving, compassionate people respond to the racism that seems to permeate so much of our life?

In her book, Carolyn Helsel draws on her experiences with white congregations and offers insight and tools to embrace, explore and work through the anxious feelings that often arise in these hard conversations about racism. Our discussion groups are intended for anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of race in America and our place in it, or who wants to be able to join conversations about race with courage, compassion, and knowledge of self, others, and the important issues at stake. 

Sessions will be on Sundays at 2 p.m., September 23 through October 28.

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