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News Apr, 22, 2015
LGBTQ Faith Leaders Travel To Cuba To Meet Faith & Government Leaders

President Obama and Cuban leader, Raul Castro, made history in April of 2015 with a handshake. On April 28, leaders of Metropolitan Community Churches (MCC) will make history by traveling to Cuba at the invitation of leaders of the Baptist LGBTQ group, Abriendo Brechas de Colores, from the Federación de Iglesias Bastistas de Cuba.

News Apr, 15, 2015
Disciples of Christ's 2017 Assembly Will Return To Indianapolis

The past couple of weeks have been quite a roller coaster, especially for Disciples and especially for Indiana, the state where our church has maintained our denominational offices since long before we called ourselves a denomination.

News Apr, 07, 2015
Black Pastors Launch African Tour To Counteract Rick Warren’s Anti-Gay Movement

Spearheaded by The Fellowship of Affirming Ministries (TFAM), its founder and presiding Bishop Rev. Dr.

News Mar, 17, 2015
Openly Transgender Ministers To Preach & Speak At Candler School Of Theology At Emory University

For the first time, an openly transgender priest is scheduled to preach at Candler School of Theology at Emory University. The Rev. Dr. Cameron Partridge, the Episcopal chaplain at Boston University, will be the guest preacher in the school’s chapel service on Tuesday, March 26.

News Mar, 13, 2015
Faith Leaders Support Dr. Forrest Harris & The American Baptist College

On March 5, 2015 a press release was issued by the National Baptist Fellowship of Concerned Pastors expressing deep concern for the American Baptist Coll

News Feb, 26, 2015
MCC And Human Trafficking—Why?

Why are members of Metropolitan Community Churches joining the effort to stop human trafficking and slavery?

News Feb, 19, 2015
LGBTQ Christian Movement Leaders Stand In Solidarity With North Carolina Muslim Community

As Christians blessed to do the work of advocating for the inclusion and needs of LGBTQ people, we wish to express our deep grief over the killings this week in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. We offer the North Carolina Muslim community our love and solidarity. 

News Feb, 12, 2015
Pennsylvania’s Episcopal Bishops Urge Passage Of Non-Discrimination Bill

“Jesus commanded us to love one another, and he listed no exceptions.”

News Dec, 09, 2014
Why Racial Justice Matters To Believe Out Loud

On November 24, a grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri, decided not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the killing of Michael Brown.

Believe Out Loud laments this decision and the continued devaluation of black lives in the United States of America.

News Oct, 17, 2014
Believe Out Loud Welcomes New Program Associate

Believe Out Loud is delighted to announce the hiring of Timothy DuWhite, Jr. as our new program associate. In this role, DuWhite will manage online engagement across Believe Out Loud's social networks and provide support across program areas.