We’re a Church that’s passionate about Jesus and the Bible, but not afraid of diversity or independent thought.
That’s a rare combination. At LifeJourney Church, God is creating something new!
At our Church, you will be challenged to follow Jesus daily, but you will not be forced into a neat little box and expected to think exactly like everybody else.
You will find a warm welcome whoever you are—straight or gay, black or white or Asian or Hispanic, conservative or liberal, old or young, rich or poor, deaf or hearing, married or single, transgender or any gender identity. Like the early Church, we are a rainbow congregation!
Please join us for Sunday worship at 9:30 am, 11:00 am. Visit LifeJourney's website for more information.
Faith In America Inc. was formed in December 2005 to sponsor national education campaigns on religion-based bigotry. Faith In America believes the time has come in our national life to publicly and directly challenge individuals and institutions that use religion to justify discrimination and persecution of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
In earlier times in our country, religion was misused against women, people of color and people with minority religious beliefs to deny them equal rights and protections. This historic religion-based bigotry is now universally condemned as misguided and evil by the mainstream of American citizens. One day, very soon, history likewise will prove religion-based bigotry against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people to be no less misguided and evil. Visit Faith In America's website for more information.
Starting with one group of 12 in Los Angeles in 1968, MCC now has 300 churches and affiliated groups in 22 countries around the world.
MCC has been at the vanguard of civil and human rights movements and addresses the important issues of racism, sexism, homophobia, ageism, and other forms of oppression.
As one of the world’s emerging churches, we are proclaiming a spirituality that is liberating and sufficiently profound to address the issues of our chaotic and complicated world. Through church planting, church revitalization, alliances, the internet, and our work in acts of compassion and justice, we will expand our reach substantially over the next few years. MCC will become a name known to an increasing number of people as a place where all are welcomed and our service to those who are excluded is a primary calling. Visit MCC's website for more information.