Events

  • Retirement Tribute and Celebration

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    Join us at the Carlu for the most fabulous retirement fundraiser in the city’s history! *protected email* Other Ways You Can Participate in the Celebration

  • New Hope for Depression

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    For the 8th winter in a row, our Depression Initiative is offering a Support Group and we are excited about a new element that is being added this year. Recent research points to the possibility that improving the health of our gut microbiome can lessen depression and anxiety by as much as 50%. Date: Sunday,

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  • SJN Movie Night

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    Our justice night has the theme of Indigenous Rights and Issues and we will be screening: 1. Feature: Trick or Treaty? – by Alanis Obomsawin Synopsis: This feature documentary by acclaimed filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin profiles Indigenous leaders in their quest for justice as they seek to establish dialogue with the Canadian government. 2. Short: Unknown

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  • Healing Racism

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    We are offering another workshop to fully engage our participants in healing racism. You are invited to the next Healing Racism Initiative Leaders’ Workshop which will be held in October. Date: Saturday, October 21, 2017 Time: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Location: Triangle Rooms A, B and C Agenda 10:00 a.m. – Welcome and Introductions

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  • Justice Day

    International Prisoner’s Justice Day Join us on Sunday, August 13th after the 7:00 p.m. Elevation Service for a special event! Please join the Social Justice Network (SJN) Sunday, August 13 after the 7pm Elevation Service in the Sanctuary to commemorate International Prisoner’s Justice Day with a prayer walk to the Don Jail. For more information about Prisoner’s Justice Day

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  • 44 Years of MCC Toronto

    1973 A petition is sent to Rev. Troy Perry in Los Angeles requesting a Metropolitan Community Church in Toronto. 1974 Rev. Bob Wolfe confronts Toronto City Council about the problem of homophobia in the city’s newspapers and the challenges facing LGBTQ youth. 1975 MCC Toronto rents a home on Granby St. and sets up a

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  • Celebrate Canada Day

      Free Hot Dog BBQ and food drive! Date: Saturday, July 1st Time: 11:00am-2:00pm Location: Rosar-Morrison Funeral home & Chapel Address: 467 sherbourne st. (in our parking lot) 416-924-1408 What better way to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday than with a Tailgate Party! Join the team at Rosar-Morrison Funeral Home & Chapel in celebration of Canada’s 150th

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  • Upon This Rock…

    Thanks and looking forward to your attendance and participation at these various events next week!

  • SJN Summer Picnic

    The 2nd Annual SJN Summer Picnic: “Getting to Know You!” Please join the Social Justice Network Team for our 2nd Annual Summer Picnic: WHEN: Sunday, July 16th from 1:00 – 3:00 pm WHERE: St. Matthew’s Club House in Riverdale Park East (Just down the street at 450 Broadview Avenue) WHAT TO BRING: Bring your own

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  • Forte – Toronto Gay Men’s Chorus

    Forte – Toronto Gay Men’s Chorus presents their biggest show ever featuring brand new arrangements of some of Forte’s greatest hits: from Sia to Joni Mitchell, Stephen Sondheim to Donna Summer, and tons of surprises somewhere over the rainbow. Buy tickets to Forte – Toronto Gay Men’s Chorus You could win FREE tickets!  

  • Faith+Pride

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    Church Street Public Schoolyard becomes the new home for the largest annual outdoor worship service in Canada.

  • SJN MOVIE NIGHT MAY 26 @ 7pm – “Kinky Boots”

    Join the Social Justice Network this Friday night, May 26, at 7:00 pm in the Social Hall as we “kick off” Pride Month with a screening of Kinky Boots! Suggested donation $10.00 or PWYC. BYOB = Bring Your Own Boots!

  • Seder Supper 2017

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    The Seder is the traditional Passover dinner celebrated by the Hebrews since the Exodus, giving thanks to God for deliverance from bondage in Egypt. As a good Jew, Jesus certainly celebrated this feast. Many Christians believe that the Last Supper was, in fact, a Passover Seder. Jesus tells us himself: “With fervent desire I have

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  • Rev. Dr. John Pentland

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    Join us for a dynamic workshop on Progressive Christianity! Powered by Eventbrite Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto invites you to a 1-day workshop with Rev. Dr. John Pentland, the author of “Fishing Tips: How Curiosity Transformed a Community of Faith.” This will be an interactive workshop on how the 9 ways Hillhurst United Church engaged

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  • Christmas Eve

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    Join MCC Toronto and Rev. Dr. Brent Hawkes to celebrate the Christmas message: “When You Believe…”

  • Indigo Blue Christmas

    Experience reverence, devotion, peace, joy and love at this very sacred service. Our annual Blue Christmas – now with added Indigo – gives the gift of hope and comfort.

  • The SJN’s September Movie Night

    The SJN’s September Movie Night Short: The Story of Bottled Water Feature: Bottled Life: The Truth about Nestlé’s Business with Water Synopsis: Do you know how to turn ordinary water into a billion-dollar business? In Switzerland there’s a company which has developed the art to perfection – Nestlé. This company dominates the global business in

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  • The SJN’s Movie Madness Marathon: Hallowe’en Edition

    The SJN’s Movie Madness Marathon: Hallowe’en Edition Second Annual Fundraiser to help make the church a plastic water bottle free zone! Join the Social Justice Network on Friday, October 28th, 2016 for some Reel Hallowe’en Fun and help make MCC Toronto a cleaner, greener space. It’s like a big Pajama Party in the Social Hall

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  • Swim Tim!

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    Tim McConvey to cross Lake Ontario to raise funds for refugees

  • Transgender Parents and A Girl Named Kai

    Short film: ‘A Girl Named Kai’ About the film: Using digitally-edited Super 8 and 16mm, this experimental short will take you through a true life journey from the highs of love to the lows of loss, delicately threaded together with original music. A Girl Named Kai sets out to challenge our society’s preconceptions of people

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