Resurrection Beach MCC

LGBT-founded, straight-friendly, Christ-centered Church, serving Orange County, Long Beach and beyond.

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RBMCC now features 3 Services:
10:15 AM & 6 PM Contemporary Services on Sundays

Friday Night Candlelight Acoustic Worship Service at 7:00 PM

our ministries
"I tell you the truth, when you did it to one of the least of these my brothers and sisters, you were doing it to me." - Jesus (Matthew 25:40)
battered women and children
standing strong with battered women and children Resurrection Beach MCC is standing with women and children who have suffered physical, sexual and emotional abuse one family at a time by supporting an Orange County family during the Holidays and beyond.

In December 2011, we have committed to giving a mother and her two young sons a Christmas at a time when their lives have seemed to fall apart. Thus far we've had a Christmas tree and trimmings, two scooters, two helmets, and a few other gifts donated. The church has also commttied to providing a healthy Christmas dinner to this family in need.

At this time we need clothing donated for all three. The youngest boy, age 4, wears Size 5 clothes and size 11 (kids) shoes. The oldest boy, age 6, wears size 10 clothes and size 13 (kids) shoes. The mother wears large size shirts and a women's 8 1/2 shoe.
Hopefully we will continue to be able to support this family and others as the needs arise and the support exists.

Strength For The Journey
This annual week-long camp retreat is hosted by the United Methodist Church in various locations across the country.  It is a spiritual and social “recharging” for adults living with HIV/AIDS.  Since 1992 camp has been offered for those living in the Long Beach/Orange County area. 

In 2009 RBMCC began supporting this ministry with scholarships and writing campers letters to encourage them during their time at camp.  In successive years, a number of our congregants and leaders have begun volunteering as camp staff where we have helped with registration, taught workshops and assisted clergy with spiritual support for the campers.  We are extremely excited and blessed to be part of this ministry, which provides tangible and powerful support to an incredible group of men and women!
volunteering is a noble thing
CHOC Hospital HIV Initiative
giving back through fundraising and fellowship For over a decade,the members and friends of RBMCC have been involved in raising funds to purchase Christmas and birthday gifts for children living with HIV / AIDS.

Much of these funds are raised through recycling cans and bottles, as well as through direct monetary contributions.

It is in giving back, and in seeing the joy on the faces of these children, many of whom were born HIV positive, that we can realize the meaning of what Jesus meant in doing unto the least of these.
change the world
In 2011, RBMCC began a new ministry to change the world by collecting pocket change and donating the funds to various local non-profit groups.

The first recipiant of our pocket change - $200 worth of pennies, nickles, dimes and quarters - was S.O.S. Save Our Selves, a local medical charity that provides free health services to those without health insurance.

Once our jar is filled again, the collected monies will be given to a new local charity.
the people of RBMCC
AIDS Team Ministry
David Loved Jonathan More Than Women RBMCC has teamed up with Orange Coast Unitarian Universalist Church to provide meals and gifts to people living with HIV / AIDS. Once a month meals are prepared and frozen, and then twice a month those meals are delivered to clients across Orange County.

Each Easter and Christmas, gift baskets are prepared and delivered as well. For some, these may be the only Christmas gifts they receive.


This Week Contact Us Directions
Sunday Worship Services:

Our Regular Contemporary Morning Service:
10:15-11:30 AM
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Our Regular Contemporary Evening Service:
6-7:30 PM
Congregational Meeting
June 23, after service
Address: 3303 Harbor Blvd. #A-104,
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Friday Night Worship by Candlelight: 7:00 PM