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  • A Deeper Advent

    On Sunday, November 29, we begin the season of Advent.

  • Flag Raising at City Hall

    TREAT – the Trans* Education and Awareness Team invite you to join us Friday, November 20, at Nathan Phillips Square for the annual Trans* Flag Raising at City Hall at 3:30 p.m. Also, please join us at the 519 Community Centre for the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance program at 7:00 p.m. The Transgender Day more »

  • Community Outreach Partnership Grants

    This fund supports community groups that are championing local issues. Grants of up to $5,000 are awarded bi-annually. We invite grant applications from organizations whose vision and mission are closely aligned with our own, with special emphasis on LGBTQ issues, Social Justice and Health programs. HISTORY Thanks to the generosity of the Community Outreach Partners more »

  • Thrift Shop Silent Auction

    The Thrift Shop has received a very generous donation of a signed and numbered, limited edition print by the late Toronto artist Steve Walker. Steve was an internationally known painter who died unexpectedly in 2012. His work has been exhibited in many prestigious galleries around the world and will also be familiar from local exhibitions more »

  • You are the stars of Davey Wavey’s new video about love!

    Popular YouTube blogger Davey Wavey visited MCC Toronto this August to talk to diverse LGBT couples about their experience of love. Many of you were interviewed by Davey… and now we can see the result! Enjoy this heartwarming video featuring folks from our community!

  • What Are You Thankful For?

    “What are you thankful for?” It has become tradition to ask this question around the table at Thanksgiving. In these exciting times, most of us have immense riches as well as ponderous problems, and the latter can prevent us from seeing the former. By asking ourselves this question, we can show ourselves that we really more »

Refugee and Immigration Project

Since 2005, MCC Toronto volunteers have been hosting monthly LGBT support group meetings with hundreds having attended. Approximately 80-90% have been successfully accepted into Canada. The Refugee and Immigration Project will work in cooperation and collaboration with over 32 other organizations and agencies to achieve its purpose and objectives. This ministry, started by a group of volunteers, began with a peer support group assisting inland refugee claimants integrate into the LGBT community in Toronto. Inland claimants are those who come to Canada and make a claim at an Immigration office in Canada seeking Canada’s protection as they are in fear of persecution in their home country. They will be scheduled to have a hearing at Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Board for that purpose. Since that time we have helped over 700 refugee claimants on their spiritual path by demonstrating to them that they are loved and are a valued member of society just the way they were created.