Worship @ WMCCP
What God has revealed to us about God’s self is beyond our words of gratitude. What God has done on our behalf makes it impossible for us to ever repay God. But what we can do in return is give God everything we have through a life of worship. For far to long, people have been cheating God, somehow thinking that they can offer him a half hearted song on Sunday morning. But God isn’t honored by words a song alone. When it comes to worship, it’s the total package that matters—what you say, how you say it, and whether you mean it. At WMCCP, when we come together in worship, we come together offering our very best to God. Filled with an awareness of God’s presence and desiring to give God the glory that God deserves. Because our worship is an offering to God, we do not set a time to bring our gathering to a close. Our worship will definitely include lively music and an inspiring message. It is possible however, that it may also include dance, the usage of worship tools such as flags, a time of anointing and healing and even impromptu responses to the Glory of God!
Meet our Pastor and Pastor’s Spouse
WMCCP is shepherded by Rev. Jeffrey H. Jordan-Pickett (left). A native West Virginian, Rev. Jeff moved to Pennsylvania after being outted and outted and defrocked by the then Bishop of the 3rd Episcopal district of the AME Church. Jordan-Pickett, originally met WMCCP when accidentally stumbling upon and attending his first pride parade. In October 1994, Pastor Jeff was installed as pastor of WMCCP. Since his installation Jordan has moved WMCCP in the direction of offering transformational Christ centered worship celebrations and ministries which are more relevant to the glbtq community. After spending 10 plus years as a resident of the William Way LGBTQ Community Center, Jordan-Pickett has recently led the congregation in relocating to University City where he hopes those already a part of WMCCP will begin better serving LGBTQ marginalized communities.
The Bible And Homosexuality #101
During this seven week course , Pastor Jeff will lead the students in exploring the “clobber passage” which fundamental Christians use to condemn a homosexual lifestyle. After focusing on these scriptures, the students will then explore the Bible to find possible gay and lesbian Biblical heroes. Coming again soon, but in the meantime, you can Read More