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Welcome Bentley

We are thrilled to welcome Bentley Springer to our Board of Directors!
Bentley was elected at the Annual Congregational Business Meeting in June.

Welcome home.

  • Transforming Lives, Transforming the World

    Our mission is to build bridges with a vibrant spirituality that transforms lives and transforms the world. We asked how you may have experienced these transformations here at MCC Toronto. Here’s what you shared with us: I recall my first summer after university in 2003, I was living with my parents in our cottage in

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MCC Toronto is a vibrant, inclusive and progressive Christian community. We are Canada's most progressive church. We are open to every person. Wherever you are on the journey, you are welcome here.

Latest News

  • Homecoming Events

    Homecoming is just around the corner! We’ve got a sneak peak of some of the amazing events we’re preparing for the celebration: Saturday September 17 6:00pm salad and dessert set up Volunteer Salad preparation Contest: Best pie/tart; Best cake/brownie; Best healthy dessert Judged by Rev. Dr. Brent Hawkes ***Signup in the Social after services on September

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  • SJN Picnic

    MCCT Social Justice Network enjoys a summer afternoon

  • Swim Tim!

    Tim McConvey to cross Lake Ontario to raise funds for refugees

  • Second Quarter results

    We have initiated a number of large multi-year transitions and we remain committed to their successful completion.

Refugee Project

The world is facing the worst refugee crisis in history. MCC Toronto’s Refugee Program provides hope for LGBTQ refugees in Canada who fear, or who’ve experienced, persecution, violence or risk to their lives in their home countries. To date, we’ve sponsored 13 refugees from Middle Eastern and African countries where it is dangerous to be LGBTQ, including some countries that still have the death penalty. As well, over 1,000 refugee claimants have participated in our peer support activities. We work with others to speak out about and change the complex refugee system. Our work saves lives. MCC Toronto provides the overhead costs of the program. Private individual, corporate or foundation donors from the congregation and from the community donate to support the direct refugee sponsorship and program costs. Please join our work!
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