The church welcomes use of our facilities for non-profit organizations who have a similar mission as the church – to help other people. To request the use of the building, please fill out a Facility Request Form, and submit it via email to email@example.com or by mail to PO Box 698, Montauk, NY 11954. For questions, contact the church office at 631-668-2022.
The celebration of Christian marriage in a church wedding is an occasion of great joy and excitement and, at the same time, of great significance and reverence. A wedding in a church is a service of Christian worship. When a couple marries in the church, they are affirming that marriage is more than a civil contract recognized by the state; it is also a covenant which involves not only the bride and the groom but also God and the Christian community. Therefore the decision to have a church wedding rather than a secular ceremony means that the couple affirms the religious nature of the occasion.
It is the desire and expectation of this that every wedding be a meaningful and memorable occasion. If the procedures and policies provided here are fully understood and followed, we are confident that your wedding will be a joyous, worshipful experience for you and your guests.
If you are interested in planning a wedding at the church, you must fill out a wedding registration form. You can download one here.
Upon the occasion of a death it is appropriate and helpful to call upon the pastor immediately for prayer and support. If possible, the pastor will be present for the concluding moments of the visitation at the funeral home. It is helpful for the pastor to meet with the family or friends to offer comfort and to plan for an appropriate service.
Please review our funeral policy for more information or contact the pastor.
Baptism is a Sacrament of beginnings. In the Presbyterian tradition, it is the sign and seal of belonging in Christ. Through the waters of baptism, we affirm that we belong to God and to one another. At MCC we baptize infants, children, and adults who have not previously been baptized. Baptism is a Sacrament of the whole faith community and, therefore, ordinarily takes place during the Sunday worship service.
At MCC we fill the baptismal font every time we worship together as a visible, tangible reminder of our own baptism and belonging in Christ. See the Baptism Policy and/or contact the church office for more information about the Sacrament of Baptism.