1845 Wantagh Avenue, Wantagh, NY 11793

Welcome to Our Church No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey,
you are welcome here
Helping Our Community WMCC is a mission oriented congregation which supports a wide variety of organizations and charities. We have a special relationship with the Freeport Emergency Food Pantry and Pastor Ron serves on its Board of Directors. We are also a "5 for 5" church which means that we support the five annual offerings of the United Church of Christ. Our Open and Affirming Statement We affirm that all persons are children of God. Therefore, all who desire to follow Christ and be part of Christ's community are welcome into the full life and ministry of our congregation regardless of age, race, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, ethnic background , physical and mental ability, social and economic status and any other differences that might otherwise distinguish us one from another.

Approved at the Annual General Meeting February 2010

Welcome To The Wantagh Memorial Congregational Church

Wantagh Memorial Congregational Church is a member of theUnited Church of Christ. The church is attended by members from a variety of Christian backgrounds and denominations. If you have suffered rejection because of who you are; if you have become indifferent with churches that seem to be disconnected from the real pressures and issues of our life and world; if you desire a church which invites questioning and is progressive theologically; if you crave a church that puts words to action with community outreach and social advocacy; then we may be the church you are looking for!

Services Sunday 10-11am & Sunday School Sunday 10-11am

Our Church Sign

Pastor Ron uses our highly visible church sign to ‘preach to the street’. Our sign has been featured on CNN, MSNBC, and the United Church of Christ’s Sunday Bulletin Service. In an era of social media, instagram and facebook, we wish to comfort and challenge those who pass by our church on Wantagh Avenue. Pastor Ron sees this as an expansion of his ‘freedom of the pulpit’.