• Think Recycle Program

    The Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto is partnering with Think Recycle to recycle your unwanted printer cartridges, cell phones and laptops for a good cause. We are proud to announce that the Metropolitan Community church of Toronto is calling on all our friends to recycle their unwanted printer cartridges, cell phones and laptops to help

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  • Funeral Pre-Planning Workshop

    Funeral Pre-Planning Workshop Want to know what it takes to pre-plan a funeral service, whether yours or for someone else? Come meet with our Funeral Coordinator and Dignity staff as we walk you through all the steps. Good take-away info and materials.   Come on February 5th to Triangle Room A, starting @12:30 until 2:30pm

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  • An Inspirational Letter

    Dear MCC Toronto, I wanted to write to tell you how moved I was by your Christmas Eve service. My husband and I stumbled across the concert while browsing the event listings for Roy Thomson hall. We both have grown up in traditional churches – Anglican and Presbyterian. In adulthood we have attended the United

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  • Peace and Justice Forum

    MCC Toronto Peace and Justice Forum Saturday, January 21, 2017 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.   The Peace and Justice Strategy Team invites you to its first Building Bridges to Peace and Justice Forum on Saturday January 21 in the Social Hall from 1:00-4:00 p.m. Registration, coffee and mingling will begin at 12:30 p.m. To

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  • Pie & Ice Cream Social on Christmas Day

    Pie and Ice Cream Social on Christmas Day There will be no Christmas Day dinner in the Social Hall this year since Christmas falls on Sunday and all cooks and volunteers will be engaged in a combined worship service at 11 that morning. We will however, be having a Pie and Ice Cream Social, yes!

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  • Third Quarter State of the Church Report

    2016 Third Quarter State of the Church Report We have seen several positive changes in the third quarter of 2016, summarized in our various strategic initiatives below. 1. PM Worship A. The PM service has seen many small, discrete changes over the past 8 months that are beginning to coalesce into something so spirit filled

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  • October Congregational Update

    Senior Pastor Selection We noted the need for increased communications and in response we have confirmed our search plans moving forward including a planned March 2017 open call for interested parties to apply for the Senior Pastor position. This timing anticipates a new Senior Pastor will be commissioned between October 2016 and March 2017. This

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  • Listening Circles

    Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto leaders have planned a number of events and opportunities in November to provide pastoral care & support to the congregation throughout our Senior Pastor’s trial. You are invited to process your experience regarding the charges and the trial in a Listening Circle on one of the following Sundays after the

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  • New Reference Group

    The Reference Group is leveraging the external consulting team: ‘L3 Group—Thriving Congregations’.

  • Healing Racism

    MCC-Toronto has been building bridges in our communities for decades: from creating safe space for LGBTQ youth to attend high school, to continuously advocating for fair and just practices in Toronto Police Service interactions with members of the LGBTQ community – to sponsoring and/or supporting LGBTQ people facing persecution, internationally, through our Refugee Program. We

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  • 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.

  • Congregational Update July 2016

    As part of our commitment to more regular, transparent and timely communication with the Congregation we want to highlight some of our recent activities.

  • 40 Days of Prayer

    Beginning May 24th, pray 5 minutes of each day for the 40 days leading up to General Conference.

  • Blade in the Parade!

    I remember my first time being in the Toronto Pride Parade. It was in June 2011. I was then Co-President of the Ontario Government Employees Pride Network. On a hot, hot, hot day, I was walking alongside dozens of smiling, jumping and mesmerized colleagues. Toronto was saying ‘we love you – you’re all fine –

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