A cornerstone of Wilton life, WCC is home to an array of town gatherings, such as Candlelight Concerts, weekly music, yoga, meditation, life-skill classes, Garden Club, Al Anon and Scout meetings. In addition to the church’s historic sanctuary, two sizeable additions provide environmentally sustainable, contemporary space for a host of activities taking place in this iconic New England town. Ten well-appointed rooms are available for rental at very reasonable rates. 


The Colonial Room

The historically decorated Colonial Room with its living-room style furniture and working fireplace provides an inviting environment conducive to discernment and discussion


Pilgrim Hall

Pilgrim Hall offers flexible space for meetings, social gathering, film screenings, fundraisers and other special events. Hardwood floors, trey ceilings, colonial chandeliers and numerous large windows make this a welcoming venue.


Caterer’s Kitchen

Pilgrim Hall connects with a fully functioning caterer’s kitchen featuring professional-grade appliances, a large center island and granite countertops.


Upper Meeting Room

Flexible classrooms and meeting rooms flooded with natural light accommodate groups of varying sizes and space needs. A private entrance and staircase lead to the Upper Meeting Room, one of our most popular meeting spaces.


The Youth Room

The church’s Youth Room encourages camaraderie and fun, boasting relaxed, comfortable furnishings, foosball and air hockey tables, a refrigerator and projector with 12-foot projection screen.



Established in 1726, WCC is the epitome of a classic New England church. Spacious, airy and bathed in natural light, the sanctuary is ideal for concerts, lectures and seated gatherings of up to 340 people.



Cheerful and sunny, the Nursery houses a variety of engaging books, toys, crafts and music for children to enjoy. Sleepy infants and toddlers can nap in cozy cribs or on the lap of a caretaker in a rocking chair.