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Rev. Troy D. Perry
Rev Perry in his red vestments
Gifted preacher, pastor,
public speaker, and Founder of
Metropolitan Community Churches

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After 37 years of life changing and world changing ministry, Rev Elder Dr Troy Perry retired from his role as moderator of Metropolitan Community Churches in 2005.  But not from his roles of preaching, public speaking and striving for social justice for GLBT people and all people around the world.

During his time as moderator of the denomination he met with many world leaders.  Among them Archbishop Desmond Tutu and three of the currently seated Presidents of the United States.  He has been invited to the White House by President Jimmy Carter, President Bill Clinton and President Barack Obama.

Welcome to Rev Perry’s website, where we will explore the past, present and future of this exciting world leader’s life, through photographs, recordings, stories and ongoing events.


Rev Perry and Phillip

Photo by Phillip De Blieck

A photo of Rev Perry and his husband, Pillip Ray De Blieck. They were married in Canada, 2005.

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  1. Cathy Stanlick says:

    As many before me I have said many prayers of thanksgiving for your vision in founding Metropolitan Community Church. When we realized our daughter was gay, she was almost 4. My first concern was to find a place she could grow up in a healthy environment with the knowledge that she was perfectly normal and that God loved her no matter what any one told her. I found that home at Charleston MCC. She has grown up with a healthy self self image of who she is and what God’s plans are for her. None of this would have been possible without the help of MCC. We were parents raising a gay child. We definitely needed some direction. Through the wonderful support from MCC I think we did a rather terrific job. Elementry and middle school actually went rather smoothly, especially after I let the schools know I would sue their sox off if they did not make sure my child was safe. In high school we had the most wonderful support from the guidance department at West Ashley High School. Their head guidance counselor set up a workshop for the tri county area with AFFA and members of MCC to learn how to protect and guide the LGBT children in their school. All through her life MCC Charleston has been to guide and support. Thank you seems so inadequate to express the tremendous gratitude I have for your vision and perseverencethat has made our family’s life so much easier.

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