Metropolitan Community Church of Baltimore

401 West Monument Street

Baltimore, Maryland 21201

(410) NOW-MCCB

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Church Schedule


Sunday Worship

10 AM

Intercessory Prayer

Wednesdays 615 PM


Bible Study Remix 

Wednesdays 7 PM

Complete Calendar

2014 Holy Week
Good Friday, April 18th

Seven Last Words

7 Last Words of Jesus
7 Powerful Speakers
7 Minutes Each
7 PM

Resurrection Sunday, April 20th

Breakfast 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM 

Worship Service 10 AM

Metropolitan Community Church of Baltimore Announces Our New Pastor


Reverend Victoria Burson has accepted the call to pastor our church! She hails from Dallas, Texas and most recently served as the Assistant Pastor for Internal Ministries at Living Faith Covenant Church.


Reverend Burson is a powerful preacher, engaging teacher, innovative leader, and inspiring speaker.  She has a deep passion for the people of God and believes that she is called to be "a voice for those who have no voice."  Her motto is: "Changed people change people." 



We welcome her to Baltimore and to our church family at the Metropolitan Community Church of Baltimore!


Metropolitan Community Church of Baltimore

"Divinely Positioned to Make a Difference!"

We are an open and affirming Christian Church proclaiming God's LOVE to ALL people!
Whosoever Will, Let Them Come! 

Youth and Young Adult Sunday

April 27th is Youth and Young Adult Sunday!

Join us in support of our youth and young adults! Invite a friend! You don't want to miss your blessing!
Please contact us at 

for more information!

New Members Welcome Gathering!

Sunday, April 27th after worship service we welcome all new members who have joined since January 5, 2014, and those who thinking about becoming a member of MCCB, are invited to attend. Information about MCCB, its Ministries, and the New Members Class will be shared. Contact Membership Coordinator Jo-Anne Ludy at for more information.

Check Out Our Last Youth and Young Adult Sunday!
Check Out 
Reverend Burson's 
Biweekly Column in Baltimore OutLoud!

Breaking Through Depression

One of the greatest misfortunes to hit our communities is depression. Depression appears to have no particular address nor is it a respecter of persons. Moreover, depression has crept into the crevices and corridors within the faith community. Yes, depression is real and those with true diagnosis, should stay on their meds, and seek pastoral and/or professional counseling, staying completely committed to their healing and recovery...Read More