Provide Opportunities to Worship God
Sunday Morning Worship Services (9:00am and 11:00am)
and Sunday Evening ELEVATION Service (7:00pm)
Provide Care and Support
Responsive Pastoral Care
Facing a Crisis? Need someone to listen? Need to prayer? Need to know where you can turn for help?
Call 416-406-6228 x 114 or email
Baptisms, Weddings & Funerals
Would you like to be baptized or have a new baby. MCC Toronto performs baptisms regularly!
We also perform many Weddings and Holy Unions, for both homosexual and hetrosexual couples. In fact, we performed the first gay marriages in Canada. We can provide answers to your questions regarding same-sex marriage, and can help you plan your perfect wedding!
We offer a Funerals and Memorials Service Planning Guide to help you plan ahead for something that we often don’t plan for. We are here to help plan your funeral or memorial service at MCC Toronto.
We offer many resources to help with stages of life, and life events.
Provide Opportunities to Grow, Serve and Connect
Volunteer Ministries & Programs
Through the many Volunteer Ministries and Programs we offer at MCC Toronto, our members and congregants can participate and become part of a vibrant community. Whether it be the Altar Guild, Black Education Awareness Team, the Garden Fairies, the Choir or one of our many other ministries or programs, there’s a place for you here at MCC Toronto. A place where all are welcome.
Meetings & Events
Our many volunteer ministries and programs hold regular meetings, and many special events in which you can participate. Our News & Events page lists all our upcoming events we will be hosting.
Leadership & Spiritual Life (L&SL)
Leadership & Spiritual Life – At MCC Toronto, we see our L&SL Program as a path and an invitation to your individual spiritual growth. We also see it as a great way to live out our Motivating Vision, which is to “Be a Bridge.” We believe people come to MCC Toronto through our many great workshops and seminars, and we believe that beyond learning and engaging in meaningful dialogue, people also form powerful relationships with those “also on the path”. The Mission of those of us who work within ASE is, “To open a space that invites personal and spiritual growth through a variety of seminars, courses, and workshops.”
Educate About and Work For Social Justice Issues
The social justice network seeks to promote social justice in our faith community and our neighbourhood, city and country, through: service; advocacy; and education.
The Fight for Same-Sex Marriage Rights in Canada
The Fight for Same-Sex Marriage Rights in Canada began in 2000 when MCC Toronto Board of Directors approved the use of the Publication of Banns for conducting marriages at the church. In 2001, after Bob Runciman, Solicitor General and Registrar of Ontario announced he would refuse to register the marriage documents, MCC Toronto began the long legal battle for Same-Sex Marriage. MCC Toronto took the leadership role in this fight with a precedent setting court challenge.
TrEAT – Trans Education & Action Team
All trans people and allies welcome on the Trans Education & Action Team as we work to create, welcome and promote inclusion of trans people at MCC Toronto. Have questions? Need information? Want to get involved? We meet at 7:00pm on the last Wednesday of every month. Contact [email protected]
BEAT – Black Education Awareness Team
BEAT is a group of men and women from diverse ethnic backgrounds, who investigate and celebrate the rich historical and present contributions woven by Black Canadians into the fabric of Canadian History. BEAT’s mission is: Affirming Black Canadian History through celebration, Education and Outreach.
Refugee Sponsorship & Support
MCC Toronto collaborate with other organizations engaged in conversations on just and effective public policies related to refugees and immigration Among other focuses, the Refugee Sponsorship & Support team collaborates with other organizations in identifying individuals outside Canada as refugees needing sponsorship and assist in providing financial assistance and/or support to permit a smooth transition from their location to Canada.