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Offertory Performers

  • Sunday, May 12 – Patti Jamieson

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    Patti Jamieson has been a member of MCC Toronto for thirteen years and a member of The Choir for eleven years, indulging in her love of singing with friends. She was also a member of Pride and Joy. Patti has performed at various events some of which were a Bridges to Hope and Freedom events, […]

  • Sunday, May 5 – Jacob MacInnis

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    After studying at Sheridan College’s Music Theatre program, Jacob has traveled all over Turtle Island performing in countless musicals, concerts, fundraisers, and workshops. Most recently, Jacob visited Montreal and beautiful British Columbia performing in Children of God, a show about Canada’s residential school system, part of this country’s shameful past. Coming up, he will be […]

  • Sunday April 28 – Marcus Nance

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    Marcus Nance is equally at home in opera, theatre, concert and cabaret. The New York Times described him as “a thrillingly powerful bass baritone” and Backstage NY said he has “a voice that flows like melted butter”. Marcus Nance’s credits include eight seasons at the Stratford Festival, two seasons at the Shaw Festival, Jesus Christ […]

  • Sunday April 21 – AJ Bridel

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    A Toronto-based actress and singer who was born in Calgary and raised in Kitchener, AJ caught the musical theatre bug when she was 3 years old when her parents introduced her to the music of Les Miserables. She named her first cat Cozette a few weeks later and that was that. AJ has been working […]

  • Sunday April 14 – Christopher Wilson

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    Christopher Wilson is a professional performer, arts educator, writer/composer and independent theatre producer. Selected theatre credits include: Theatre Calgary, Citadel Theatre, Neptune Theatre, Drayton Entertainment, Toronto Operetta Theatre, National Arts Centre, Pacific Opera, Canadian Opera Company, Living Arts Centre, Ross Petty Productions, Stratford Festival and Charlottetown Festival. As writer/composer, Christopher created the critically acclaimed contemporary […]

  • Sunday April 7 – Katie Winchester

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    Katie is a singer, voice teacher, piano teacher, and stage manager, as well as a proud member of The Choir and Pride and Joy at MCC Toronto. Katie’s performance highlights range from plays to musical theatre to opera to concert appearances throughout Ontario, including Toronto, Ottawa, Kingston, Hamilton, Uxbridge, Barrie, Oshawa, and Cambridge, and on […]

  • Sunday March 31 – Dale Miller

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    Dale is one of Toronto’s most sought-after vocalists and holds two music degrees from Acadia University. Favourite credits include Beauty and the Beast, James And The Giant Peach (YPT, assistant director/associate musical director, Dora Award nominee), Annie (YPT, Dora Award nominee), Falstaff (COC, Dora Award Winner, Best Ensemble), Anne of Green Gables (Theatre Calgary), Seussical […]

  • Sunday March 24 – Mary Kelly

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    Mary Kelly is always happy to sing at MCC Toronto. Recently she appeared in The Handmaid’s Tale, returned as a Jazzagal in Schitt’s Creek, played Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest, Mrs. Higgins in My Fair Lady, and sang at the final Christmas Eve Service presided by Rev. Brent Hawkes at Roy Thomson Hall. On TV, she has […]

  • Sunday March 17 – Jeigh Madjus

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    Jeigh Madjus is from Toronto, Canada. He studied Music Theatre at Etobicoke School of the Arts and Sheridan College. Canadian credits: Canadian premiere of M​yths a​nd Hymns (TIFT)​, Dora Award nominated performance as Mark in the Toronto premiere of A​ltar Boy​z, Chip Tolentino in 2​5th Annual…S​pelling Bee (STC), ​Jacob Two-Two and The H​ooded Fang (Dora […]

  • Sunday March 10 – Pride And Joy

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    The members of Pride and Joy have recently celebrated the group’s 15th anniversary as an outreach ministry of this church. Their mission is to be a joyful healing presence for others through music. They believe that music is a universally understood language connecting people together, regardless of any faith or cultural differences. Music is a […]

  • Sunday March 3 – Julie Michels

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    Julie Michels is, quite simply, a woman with a beautiful voice. She sings everything and anything that catches her ear: jazz standards, rhythm and blues, Brazilian sambas, African chanting – in a world full of music, it’s a banquet of sound just too delicious to pass up! She has played with George Koller, Ottawa’s Chelsea […]

  • Sunday February 24 – The Choir

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    The MCC Toronto Chancel Choir, affectionately known as The Choir, boasts an eclectic combination of singers, a true community of diverse individuals, whose love of music brings them together every week for rehearsals and services. Under the outstanding leadership of Diane Leah, The Choir is an integral part of Sunday morning worship at MCC Toronto. […]

  • Sunday February 17- Tableau

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    Phoebe, Kayla, Joel, and Kristjan met one summer singing and dancing in a high-energy musical revue show which ran 7 days a week and 16 hours a day at Canada’s Wonderland. The immense mental and physical strain from the burden of that performance schedule heightened their performance abilities and endurance and cemented their unity as […]

  • Sunday February 10 – Mark Cassius

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    Mark Cassius is a singer/songwriter and actor who has shared his gift in concert, Cabaret and Theatres around the globe. He is probably best known for his work with the world renowned a Capella group, The Nylons. He sang with the group from 1997-2005 and contributed to the writing and arranging of several new songs […]

  • January 20 – Billy Newton-Davis

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    Billy Newton-Davis Singer/Songwriter/Recording Artist, a 4-time Juno Award winner for “Most Promising Male Vocalist”, and “Best R&B Recording”. His 4th Juno was “Best Dance Recording, a collaboration with Producer DJ Deadmau5. He has performed at different locations in North America and Europe. He recorded a duet with Celine Dion on his 2nd CD “Spellbound”,  released […]

  • January 13 – Kelly Holiff

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    A popular Theatre and Cabaret performer has been the voice for foundations and corporations such as Heart and Stroke, Sick Kids and Tim Hortons. Kelly  fronts bands at venues like the ACC and The Rogers Centre. She has taken on roles of entertainment icons like Rosemary Clooney, Janis Joplin and Marie Dressler. Selected theatre credits; […]

  • Sunday January 6 – Joan Lowden

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    Joan Lowden has been a member of the alto  section of the MCC Toronto choir for seventeen years. She loves to sing and is sometimes known to spontaneously harmonize.  In her younger days, she led many  campfire and dining room singalongs at children’s summer camps and sang at weddings. Joan performed her first solo at MCC […]

  • Sunday December 30 – Mary Kelly

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    Mary is always happy to sing at MCC and be a part of this beautiful worship and welcoming community. Recently she appeared in The Handmaid’s Tale, returned as a Jazzagal in Schitt’s Creek, played Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest, Mrs. Higgins in My Fair Lady, and sang for Brent Hawkes’ final Christmas Eve service at Roy Thomson […]

  • Sunday December 16- David Ewaen

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    David was born in Nigeria, where he suffered persecution due to sexual orientation. He came as a refugee claimant to Canada in April 2018. By profession, he is a business risk analyst, but has also been a singer, writer and choirmaster for 20 years, and is currently the music leader of the Chosen chorus.

  • Sunday December 23- Mark Cassius

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    Mark Cassius is a Concert and Musical Theatre Artist. He is a graduate of Sheridan College’s Music Theatre Program and is presently doing a Masters degree in Music Composition at York University.He is highly recognized for his work as a member of the world-renowned acapella group, The Nylons (1997-2005). On Broadway, Ragtime and the revivals […]

  • Sunday December 09 – The B Side

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    The B Side Mark, David, Bill and Eric have been singing together in the MCC Toronto choir for several years and sang together as a quartet for the first time last Christmas. They enjoyed it so much, they thought they would give it another go! Bill and Eric have been married for 5 years. Mark […]

  • Sunday December 02- Mary McCandless

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    Mary McCandless’s career as a professional singer and character actress has taken her to musical theatre stages, concert halls and churches around the world. She first sang at MCC Toronto in 1982 when services were held on Bathurst Street. in Toronto and continued creating memorable cabarets and concerts, as the church grew into what it […]

  • November 18- Phoebe Hu and Peter Henderson

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    Phoebe Hu Phoebe is 8 years old in Canada, and 5 years old in MCC choir. But her human age remains a mystery. Born and raised in Taiwan, Phoebe started her training in classical music, became a hip hop dancer, and completed her BA in Foreign Languages and Literatures. Then Mom said it’s time for […]

  • November 11 – The Choir

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    The MCC Toronto Chancel Choir, affectionately known as The Choir, boasts an eclectic combination of singers, a true community of diverse individuals, whose love of music brings them together every week for rehearsals and services. Under the outstanding leadership of Diane Leah, The Choir is an integral part of Sunday morning worship at MCCT. Choir […]

  • Sunday November 4- Pride & Joy

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    The members of Pride and Joy have recently celebrated the group’s 15th anniversary as an outreach ministry of this church. Their mission is to be a joyful healing presence for others through music. They believe that music is a universally understood language connecting people together, regardless of any faith or cultural differences. Music is a […]

  • Sunday October 28 – Patti Jamieson

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    Patti Jamieson has been a member of MCC Toronto for twelve years, and a member of the choir for ten years, indulging her love of singing with friends. She was also a member of Pride and Joy, and was a featured performer at one of the Bridges to Hope and Freedom events, the 2009 Voices […]

  • Sunday October 21 – Dale Miller

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    Dale Miller Dale is one of Toronto’s most sought after vocalists and holds two music degrees from Acadia University. Favourite credits include Beauty and the Beast, James And The Giant Peach (YPT, assistant director/associate musical director, Dora Award nominee), Annie (YPT, Dora Award nominee), Falstaff (COC, Dora Award Winner, Best Ensemble), Anne of Green Gables […]

  • October 7 – Peter McCutcheon

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    Peter McCutcheon was operatically trained from his late teens by Ben Heppner and Mark DuBois. Peter’s voice bears the influence of both internationally acclaimed tenors. Peter was cast by Stuart Ross as Jinx, in the original Toronto production of Forever Plaid, and went on to perform the role in 976 performances. Toronto theatre credits also […]

  • September 23 – Acts 29

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    Acts 29, the Music Ministry for our Sunday evening service, is a dynamic, progressive and creative group who lead the 7:00 p.m. congregation with a diverse blend of hymns, folk, rock, pop, contemporary Christian and original music. Taking their name from the New Testament Book of Acts that finishes in a very open-ended way at […]

  • September 16 – Alison J. Palmer

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    Alison has been a proud member of The Choir of MCC Toronto (second soprano) for over four years now and is honored to be singing today. She took a hiatus from our choir to work at the Neptune Theatre (Halifax) this past spring/summer. Alison won critical acclaim playing Tanya in their hit production of Mamma […]