Welcome to MCC North London

We would like to share a bit about the church with you. MCCNL strives to be a passionately open, active and Spirit-led Christian faith community. Whilst founded in the LGBT community, the church is open to everyone.

MCCNL invites you to come as you are - you don't have to pretend to be more or less than yourself here. We believe that you will find much love, strength and life-affirming spirituality at the heart of the church.

It is a great place to be moved spiritually through a range of cutting-edge music combined with traditional liturgy in a contemporary style. We hope this makes our services suitable for those who like dynamic Spirit-filled worship within a larger group as well as those who are seeking opportunities for more reflective contemplative moments in worship

Come and join us for our 7pm Praise & Worship Service at Trinity United Reformed Church, Buck Street, Camden.

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  1. AGM – 16th November

    9 October 2014


    Our Annual General Meeting is on 16th November. This is your chance to have your say in the running of the Church, vote for the Board of directors, or to stand for the Board yourself if you wish. Remember, if you don’t turn up, you can’t complain about the way the votes went!

    Anyone who is a Member in good standing, and has been a member for at least 6 months can be nominated for the Board. It is not an easy job, however – if you wish to stand, please pick up a copy of the Board protocol from the table at church on Sunday, and ask a Board Member or the Pastor more about what the job entails. If  you still want to stand, get two members to propose and second you, (forms available at the back of the church) and send a photo and an explanation of why you think you would be a good choice for a Board Member, so that Rev Sharon can include these in the information packs, and we can all see why we should vote for you!

  2. London Pride March 2014

    27 June 2014

    OK, sorry it’s taken so long to get the info up here, but PRIDE is tomorrow (Saturday 28th June), and we are:
    Having a short communion service at the church (Camden) at 9am.

    Gathering at Methodist Church House, 25 Marylebone Road, 11 – 11:30 am for the march. (We need to gather together here before moving as a group to our march position, we cannot gather at the march start point). We will be leaving there at 11:45.

    I will be bringing the T-shirts for those who have ordered them.

  3. Out and Proud Group at Bar Wotever Tuesday 8th April

    28 March 2014

    Bar Wotever and our friends from Out and Proud Diamond Group present Queer African Voices, at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern from 7pm.

    ‘An evening of words and music from queer African LGBTIQ.

    Tonight we bring you moving tales of Queer Africa. Come hear the stories, poems and songs from the African diaspora.

    This event is free, all bucket collections will go to help fundraise for Out & Proud Diamond Group and their ongoing work to raise awareness and share stories via demonstrations and meet ups.

    Hosting this event: Miss Cairo Mascara, young and powerful Queen and Human Rights Activist
    Line Up to be confirmed

    In collaboration with Bar Wotever – Royal Queer Variety Show every Tuesday.’ (copied from Bar Wotever Facebook Page)




  4. Lent Day of Prayer

    24 March 2014

    This Saturday’s day of silent prayer and fasting will now take place both at Peta’s house in Leyton, and also at Rev Jak Davis’, for those of you who are based in Essex. The day will offically begin at sunrise, but you are welcome to come along at any time of day that you feel ready, and join in. There will be opportunities for creative silent prayer, and if the weather contuinues good, space outside to be with God in the garden too. Please contact Rev Jak or Peta Evans if you want to come along. The meal and breaking of silence will be at sunset which is at 6:30pm.


  5. Protest this Wednesday 19th March

    17 March 2014

    We will be protesting this Wednesday alongside the Out and Proud Group, outside Uganda House, beginning at 4:45. The government of Uganda continues to push forward anti-gay legislation which criminalises and endangers LGBT people, and also anyone who dares to support them. We need to continue raising the voice of reason, justice and truth against these cruel and unjust laws! Please come along and support, as many of us as are able!

  6. Cutting Edge Consortium

    4 March 2014

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    Invites you to join in the discussion

    Created in God’s Image?

    beyond the gender binary


    Panellists: Jonathan Tebble (All About Trans),

    Surat Knan (Rainbow Jews), Peta Evans (MCC North London)

    and Chaired by Sharon Ferguson (LGCM)

      multigenderedMonday 10th March 2014


    7.00pm – 8.30pm


    (doors open at 6.30pm for refreshments)


    Montague Centre


    21 Maple Street,


    W1T 4BE


    This event is free but entry is by ticket only from:  http://eventbrite.co.uk/event/10700699079


  7. Protest: Thursday 10th October

    8 October 2013
    Out and Proud & Peter Tatchell Foundation, invites you to a protest against the President of Gambia’s homophobic speech at the UN Summit and the anti-LGBTI laws in Gambia.
    Thursday 10/10/13 at 4.30pm at the Gambian High Commission, 92 Ledbury Rd, Notting Hill Gate, W11 2AH.  Come and show solidarity to our brothers and sisters in Africa.


    28 June 2013

    1) MCC North London Communion Service
    We will be celebrating Communion at 9:30am in the church, Trinity URC Camden Town.  We will then go together as a group to meet the other “Christians At Pride”!

    2) Pride March
    Again this year, we are marching with other Christian groups. Everyone is meeting outside Methodist Church House from 11am, to definitely arrive by 11.45am at the latest.

    3) Faith Tent Communion Service

    There is a Faith Tent in Trafalgar Square as well as the “Christians At Pride” stall.

    For those not marching, there is a Communion Service in Faith Tent at 2:15pm.

    Please see http://christiansatpride.com/ for more details.

  9. Rev Sharon on TV to discuss Equal Marriage legislation

    10 December 2012

    Our Rev Sharon will be extremely busy in the media tomorrow – as the vote on the issue is coming up, and the Prime Minister has voiced support for ‘gay’ marriage, including allowing religious bodies to conduct weddings between same-sex couples if they wish.

    She will be appearing on Sky News from 6am tomorrow (Tuesday) morning, and on Daybreak with Lorraine Kelly and Aled Jones, on ITV. She will also be on Channel 5 news in the evening.