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Inclusive Brighton church for Hastings

Graham Robson August 22, 2019

MCC or Metropolitan Community Church, is a fully inclusive Christian denomination, founded in the LGBT+ community in Los Angeles in 1968 and rapidly expanding around the world bringing an open and welcoming church to communities who have often been excluded by more conservative churches.

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Pastor wants help for city’s LGBT+ homeless

Besi Besemar September 24, 2018

Andrew Ramage, Pastor of MCC Brighton calls for the LGBT+ communities of Brighton and Hove to come together to make the city safe for all LGBT+ people. BRIGHTON has the reputationĀ for being a fun place to be, welcoming, open and accepting thatā€™s why Andrew Oā€™Connell, the man who was killed in Pavilion Gardens last month, […]

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Christmas on the streets with MCC

Besi Besemar November 26, 2017

Metropolitan Community Church Brighton (MCC Brighton), the church that takes its worship onto the Old Steine every Wednesday, will hold itā€™s Christmas eve service this year at the Clock Tower in the very heart of Brighton on Sunday, December 24 starting at 4pm.

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MCC Brighton at Trans Pride

Besi Besemar August 4, 2017

Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) Brighton, once again challenged the pre-conceptions about churches by bringing together many different faiths for this yearā€™s Trans Pride Interfaith Corner at Brunswick Gardens on Saturday, July 22.

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New Spirit in The Old Steine

Besi Besemar July 1, 2017

MCC Brighton (the people who brought the giant Jesus to the Pride Parade in 2016) again change perceptions of what a church is. Pastor Andrew Ramage, says: ā€œThis year we decided to really step it up, so we volunteered to organise the ‘Faith Corner’ for TransPride in July and have already got some great people of different faiths lined up to answer questions about their faiths and provide blessings, aura readings and card readings.

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MCC support homeless at Clock Tower on Xmas Eve

Besi Besemar January 1, 2017

With hot drinks, music and Christmas gifts, the Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) Brighton shared its Christmas message with the homeless of Brighton & Hove on Christmas Eve at the Clock Tower. For over three hours approximately 40 homeless people joined in the fun. MCC gave out survival bags, clothing and other useful items. It was a time to chat, make friends and have fun during Christmas.

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