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MCC work in the U.S.
In the United States, MCC works through four regional offices and MCC U.S. program services, seeking to collaborate with congregations and communities to serve together in the name of Christ.
We are committed to changing oppressive systems by working interdependently with those who are oppressed. We actively educate and advocate on the following issues through MCC U.S. program services:
We work actively to dismantle racism and sexism in our church and society.
We work in solidarity with new immigrants to the United States, particularly newcomers within our constituency.
We nurture an active commitment to Christ's way of peace within our constituency in the face of militarism, violence, abuse, nationalism and materialism.
We provide information and resources on restorative justice and conflict transformation processes, and assist individuals and groups in responding constructively to conflicts and harms in their lives and communities.
Through this program, young adults from diverse ethnic backgrounds develop leadership skills and serve in their home communities.
Through the MCC U.S. Washington Office, we provide and encourage a prophetic witness to the way of Christ on matters of U.S. public policy, working to change national policies that cause poverty, suffering and oppression.
Fear not: Seek peace campaign
MCCs in the U.S. are collaborating on a campaign, "Fear not: Seek peace," which provides educational materials, worship and advocacy resources focused on domestic violence, gun violence and U.S. militarism.
To see what MCC is doing in your area, check out your regional Web site.