Marsha Stevens in Concert

Featured

In 1969, Marsha wrote the song “For Those Tears I Died”. It sparked revolution in Christian Church music.

MCC Windsor is excited to host the return of Marsha with Windsor. She has visited us several times including as a performer at Windsor Pride!

Come hear her powerful testimony including her coming out as a Lesbian Christian Songwriter.

Sunday October 20, 2019, 2:00 PM at Metropolitan Community Church, 1728 Lincoln Road

Welcome

Featured


Welcome
A Church for All… With a Place for You!

Metropolitan Community Church of Windsor serves a unique community. Many have struggled a long time to attain spiritual peace and security. Much healing has taken place and still much is needed.

Our job is not yet done!

We are a Christian Church, open to all, with a Special and Positive Ministry to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender communities, their affirming families, and their friends.

We are comprised of people from a diverse ecumenical backgrounds. We do not discriminate against social, racial, economic, sexual orientation. We believe in God’s unconditional love for all people.

YOU ARE NEVER ALONE!

Weekly Call to Prayer (Aug 13, 2019)

 

Most gracious comforter,

We pray to you this day to remind us that you have called us individually and as a people as your children. That collectively we make up the body of the living church and no one is above the other, but we are equal.

Open our hearts, our minds and our spirits to all you would have us do and remind us that when Jesus said, “do this in remembrance of me,” it was an invitation to live all ways like Him. That we should love all, as Jesus did. Remind us, that with every chance meeting, we have the opportunity to leave an impression that could be life changing.

In these troubled times, guide us to be the agents of change you wish us to be, to lift each other up. May we open our ears to hear each other, open our eyes that we may see the beauty of each of our sibling’s souls and may our tongues only tell truth – Your truth.

In your many holy names,Amen

Prayer submitted by Bob Niehaus
Bob has recently been approved for ordination. His home church is aChruch4me MCC in Rogers Park, IL, USA

Weekly Call to Prayer (Aug 4, 2019)

 

“Let us pray for all the people of the world, especially those that allow love to occupy their entire heart despite the adversity they continue to face. Give omnipresent courage to the ones who work daily to restore hope and light.

God, allow your radical acceptance for all people echo through every country. Grant each and every person the ability to feel compassion and love with the magnitude that you feel compassion and love for each of us.

Help us seek moments and positions to promote positive influence. Grant us the power to pull marginalized individuals from the margins and onto the stages and pulpits so that we may learn from their experiences. Encourage us to build communities of action-oriented love.

We ask this in all your holy names. Amen.”

Prayer submitted by Cole Foust
King Of Peace MCC
St. Petersburg, Florida, USA

Weekly Call to Prayer (Jul 30, 2019)

 

God of Diversity, Universal One,
All our cultures and nations are created in Your image
We cry out to you in languages spoken, signed, and written,
We cry out to you in the painted image and the sound of music,
And you receive it all in love.  

Grant that we may see You in everyone around us
In the languages and cultures we inhabit, and in the ones we don’t understand,
In the people we agree with, and those we disagree with or fear,
In the heart of every spirit on our glorious world.  

Grant that we may learn to share You with one another
In word and deed, thought and action,
So that together we can bring about the New Realm you promised,
Where the lion lies down with the lamb
The stranger is welcomed with open arms
And the children live without fear.

Prayer submitted by Rev. Kate Harford
University Chaplain and Pastoral Care Lead
Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK.