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Sunday at 9:00 am, 11:00 am
Welcome to our site!
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,
Beginning Tuesday, October 15 at 6:30 pm, Lake Creek Pkwy and US Hwy 183
Take a Journey into the Enneagram (pronounced any-uh-gram), an ancient typology system with strong Christian roots. The Enneagram gives us wisdom into our strengths and weaknesses and is a great tool that can transform the way you understand yourself and interact with others. This will be an introductory, interactive course where you will learn which of the 9 personality types you relate to and have some fun exploring the differences between us in a supportive environment.
Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University
Beginning Thursday, October 17 at 7 pm, MCC Austin
This acclaimed Dave Ramsey class is the class that teaches you how to pay off debt, budget, save money, and give generously. Cost is $109 per family which includes a workbook and a 1-year membership to financialpeace.com containing additional content (videos, budgeting forms, and more).
Beginning Saturday, October 19 at 5 pm, MCC Austin
Put simply, “theology” is “God talk.” While language can never fully capture the mystery of God, careful thinking and speaking about God can increase our understanding. Join this group to explore topics including baptism, mental health, and ministry in a conversational format with the hope that we can build bridges across our theological differences and empower all to do theology.
Enough: Discovering Joy Through Simplicity and Generosity
Beginning Wednesday, October 16 at 6:30 pm, MCC Austin
Jesus taught, “One’s life does not consist in the abundance of possessions” (Luke 12:15). How do we move away from being defined by what we have? How do we learn to seek our identity in what really matters? This study helps us realize that what we have is all we really need: Enough. **Childcare available for this group**