Metropolitan Community Church
of Las Vegas
1140 Almond Tree Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89104
9 & 11 AM
Rainbow Room Ste 303 Every Sunday between Services
Rev. Robert Fleming
Rev. David Gillentine
Music Ministry Director
Ms. Dolly Coulter
UFMCC - Our Denomination
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Thereís no formal dress code at MCC Las Vegas, and the attire on Sunday morning is just as varied as our worship styles. Most people dress casually. You are welcome to wear "your Sunday best", but it is not an expectation.
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Who is Welcome at MCC?
Everyone! Our congregation can be described in one word: diverse. You will see all of Godís human creation on Sunday morning. We are an open and affirming congregation with progressive Christian beliefs and radical inclusivity. We truly believe that Godís love is for all people. MCC Las Vegas is a church for all people, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or religious background. Our facility is designed so those who are differently-abled can join in worship as well.
What Should I Expect During Worship?
Friendly and outgoing people! We love our church and we love GOD. We respect other's boundaries of handshakes or if you like hugs, we freely give them away. Worship is the heart of our community. Every week we gather to share the Good News of Godís unconditional love for all humanity. Every week we remember and celebrate Godís promises fulfilled in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Every time we worship, we offer an Open Table for Communion. This means, that there are no barriers in receiving the communion elements of a wafer and grape juice. You don't have to be a member of the church or a member of anything all we ask is that you are seeking a relationship with Christ..
We work hard to create worship services that are relevant, reverent, and uniquely MCC while still offering people liturgies, ritual, and music from many traditions. On any given Sunday you might sing a hymn you remember singing long ago, hear a sermon that weaves together ancient texts and Bible lessons, and in all things, celebrate the radical love of Christ.
Transgender and gender queer folks are welcome and encouraged to dress according to their gender identity and expression. Our church is a safe space to explore your gender expression. It’s completely up to you to dress to your level of comfort. Most importantly, though, we look forward to seeing you, not what you’re wearing.