Christ The Liberator

A Congregational Spiritual Oasis of​ ​Metropolitan Community Churches​​
"We believe that LGBTQ !  People are created in God's own image."
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Dr. David Williams, M.D., M.P.H.
Interim Pastor

David was initially baptized Anglican and then grew up in his grandmother’s Pentecostal church.  David started attending MCC CTL in 2008 after searching for a church home for a number of years. 

Since 2011, David has served on the Board of Directors of MCC Christ the Liberator in various roles, from clerk, treasurer, lay delegate and vice moderator.  In January 2017 he was appointed as the Interim Pastor of MCC CTL.  David was appointed as member of MCC’s HIV/AIDS Advisory Council in 2012.  He was later named as the Program Officer in 2015.   This role evolved into David being named as MCC’s Program Officer/Coordinator for Health & Wellness.  In this role he has represented MCC at the United Nations High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS, the US Conference on AIDS, and performed as the Medical Director at the 2015 MCC General Conference held in Victoria, Canada. He also currently serves on the board of the New Jersey AIDS Partnership.
Pastor David Williams
"Experiencing God - Spiritual Reboot"
Sunday, March 5, 2017
Senior Deacon Betsy Gordon
"Behold"
Sunday, March 5, 2017
Pastor David WIlliams
"In The Wilderness"
Sunday, February 26, 2017

Pastor David Williams
"Just A Little Talk""
Sunday, February 19, 2017

Lucy Strauli, Vice-Moderator
"Do You Believe That All Things
Are Possible With God?"
Sunday, February, 12, 2017

Pastor David Williams
​"Let Your Light Shine"
Sunday, February 5, 2017

Pastor David Williams
​"Visions"
Sunday, January, 29, 2017

Pastor David Williams
"Stepping Out On Faith"
Sunday, January 22, 2017

Lucy Strauli, Vice-Moderator
​​"In The Margins We Are Blessed."
Sunday, January, 15, 2017

​​Savanna is a little girl who, at the age 7, started having kidney issues. At she 8 she began dialysis. At age 10 she had a transplant. After the transplant, her kidney disease FSG, returned.

She takes 21 pills a day. Dana, her single Mom of three, has to pay hundreds of dollars in copays every month. She will need these medications the rest of her life.


We are asking for your prayers and support for this little girl and her remarkable family!
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HomeFront NJ 
Helping families break the cycle of poverty for over 25 years!