Metropolitan Community Church of Las Vegas
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Metropolitan Community Church of Las Vegas
1140 Almond Tree Lane
Las Vegas, NV  89104
Phone: 702.369.4380
E-mail: mcclv1979@gmail.com

Rev. Wanda Floyd
E-mail: RevWFloyd@aol.com

Worship Service Times:

Sunday
Joyful Morning - 9 a.m.
Traditional Family Style

Hospitality Hour 10 - 10:50 a.m. Rainbow Room - Ste. 303

New Song Worship  - 11 a.m
Contemporary & Modern Style
      

Church Office Hours (Suite 302)
• Monday and Tuesday - 9am-4:30pm,
• Wednesday - 1pm-3:30pm,
• Thursday - 9am-1pm. 
• Friday - Closed
• Other times by appointment
702.369.4380

Ministry Staff

Rev. Wanda Floyd | Interim Pastor
Rev. David Gillentine | Associate Pastor
Mr. Tony Arias | Music Director


Metropolitan Community Church of Las Vegas welcomes you!  We believe that Jesus  
Christ is the revelation of God's love set forth in the Bible. Metropolitan Community  
Church is a vital part of the Las Vegas Community for over 36 years. Our church  
believes that the Love of God can reach into the heart of all people. We believe that  
Jesus Christ is the revelation of God's Love.

Metropolitan Community Church of Las Vegas is a member congregation of the  
Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches (UFMCC) which was  
founded by the Rev. Elder Troy Perry in October 1968. Our denomination has sparked  
a spiritual revival and has been at the vanguard of many civil and human rights  
movements. We've addressed important issues such as racism, sexism, ageism,  
homophobia, transphobia and other forms of oppression.   

MCC values inclusion, community, spiritual transformation, and social action. We are  
committed to spread the liberating Gospel of Jesus Christ and to respond faithfully to  
Godís call for justice. The context of doing justice is the creation of community and the  
preservation of all creation.

MCC continues to be at the forefront in service to and advocacy of people living with  
HIV/AIDS, in the struggle towards marriage equality in the United States and other  
countries, worldwide. MCC continues to be a powerful voice for Lesbian, Gay,  
Transgender, Questioning, Intersex, and Ally (LGBTQIA) communities and other  
global human rights movements.
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