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  • Christmas Eve Service 2019

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    This Christmas, Feel the Magic of the Season with MCC Toronto ALL ARE WELCOME to MCC Toronto’s 30th Annual Christmas Eve Service at Roy Thomson Hall. As we look back and remember the birth of a baby long ago, we also look forward with 20/20 vision as Senior Pastor Rev. Jeff Rock leads us to […]

  • Christmas with The Choir 2019

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    We’re warming up for Christmas! The Choir of MCC Toronto invites you to cozy up to the holiday spirit at our popular Christmas Concert on Saturday, November 23 at 7:00 pm in the Sanctuary, at MCC Toronto (115 Simpson Ave). This year, our new Music Director, Jason Jestadt gifts you an evening of choral music […]

  • Position opening with MCC Toronto

    Position Opening: Manager of Programs and Pastoral Care Position Description Position Title: Manager of Programs and Pastoral Care Classification: Full Time (40 hours/week) Reports To: Senior Pastor Summary of Position: The Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto is seeking a full-time Manager of Programs and Pastoral Care. This position could be for a clergy or lay […]

  • 20/20 Pledge Campaign

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    This month, MCC Toronto is appealing to you, our friends and congregants, to help us strengthen our HOME together as we look towards the year 2020. Automated credit card or electronic money transfer donors contribute to almost 45% to our Annual Church budget. This is so essential to MCC Toronto’s on-going Worship and Congregational Care […]

  • In memory of…

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     David Lewis Stein Long time friend of MCC Toronto, David Lewis Stein passed away Tuesday, September 3, at 82. We will remember David fondly. In particular, we are grateful that he and his late wife, Alison Stein wrote the Haggadah (Order of Service book) for MCC Toronto’s annual Interfaith Passover Seder potluck. As he was, […]

  • Diane, thank you for the music. Xo

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    Over the past month, we have been sharing special tributes to our much – loved Diane Leah, who is stepping down as Music Director on September 30th. Diane’s final Service as Music Director will be September 29th. Would you like to write a special tribute to Diane to be shared on our website? Send to […]

  • Canadian Rainbow Coalition for Refuge applauds seed funding for Canadian Network on LGBTQ refugee protection

    Edmonton – The Canadian Rainbow Coalition for Refuge are commending the federal government’s funding commitment from the Women and Gender Equity fund (WAGE).  “Thank you, Minister Maryam Monsef and LGBTQ2 special advisor Randy Boissonnault. This funding demonstrates the governments’ commitment to working with civil society to address the serious gaps in access, equity and full […]

  • World Refugee Day – June 20

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    World Refugee Day (June 20) is a day to show that the Canada stands with refugees. Between June 14 and 20, MCC Toronto will be sharing daily posts that speak to the plight of LGBTQ+ Refugees and the work we do to support them in their fight for safety, love and acceptance through our LGBTQ+ […]

  • Christmas with The Choir 2019

    We’re warming up for Christmas! The Choir of MCC Toronto invites you to cozy up to the holiday spirit at our popular Christmas Concert on Saturday, November 23 at 7:00 pm in the Sanctuary, at MCC Toronto (115 Simpson Ave). This year, our new Music Director, Jason Jestadt gifts you an evening of choral music […]

  • 50 Years of MCC

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    In 1968, Rev. Troy Perry felt called to offer a place for gay people to worship God freely. Rev. Perry put an advertisement in The Advocate announcing a worship service designed for gays in Los Angeles. Twelve people turned up on October 6, 1968, for the first service, after which Rev. Perry quipped that “nine were my friends […]