• In My Life


    Sunday morning worship service Sermon: In My Life with Julie Michels

  • More Information about MCC Toronto

    On the other side of the sanctuary doors, Monday to Saturday, MCC Toronto is a registered charitable organisation that works to support the greater LGBTQ2S+ community with programs supporting at risk youth, refugees and those in need of community care. The Triangle Program is committed to providing a classroom where LGBTQ2S+ youth can learn and […]

  • September Prayers 2018

    Scriptures Ephesians 6:10-18. Let God empower you. Let the Holy Spirit change your nature to be like Christ’s. Pray always in the Spirit about everything. Galatians 6: 9-10. So let’s not get tired of doing what is good. At just the right time we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don’t give up. […]

  • Sunday July 8 – Stephanie Martin


    Stephanie Martin is a bilingual Canadian singer, songwriter and performer having 30 years of national and international experience working in all areas of show business; in theatre, in film and television, radio and new media and the recording arts. She has held starring roles in theatrical productions across Europe and North America. She is a featured artist with symphony orchestras all over the world with ‘Jeansn’Classics’. She has recorded for Disney records, […]

  • Pentecost Dedications


    Kindness is a Universal Language When the day of Pentecost came, they were all together in one place. Suddenly a sound like the blowing of a violent wind came from heaven and filled the whole house where they were sitting. They saw what seemed to be tongues of fire that separated and came to rest on […]

  • Homecoming 2017


    Come home to MCC Toronto anytime during the weekend of September 16 and 17 to celebrate the return from our travels and adventures, reconnecting with family and friends, and the beginning of Fall!

  • Reverend Addie Aylestock

    African-Canadian Heritage The eldest of eight from a Glen Allen, Ontario family, Addie Aylestock was descended from a long line of those who settled along the Conestogo River. She made her way to the big city of Toronto for greater opportunities when she entered her teens. In order to support herself she took the work […]

  • Special Project

    Calling All Plumbers! The SJN is looking for a plumber who can assist us with a small pre-installation plumbing job at the church for our brand new Hydration Station. Do you know a plumber or someone with plumbing skills in their tool belt that can help us out? If so, please contact us at socialjustice@mcctoronto.com […]

  • From the Board of Directors

    On behalf of the Board, I also want to express our heartfelt appreciation to our staff, deacons, the reference group, listening circle participants, lay leadership, volunteers – and everyone who has pulled together in the past few weeks to ensure we continued to receive a first rate worship experience  and ensured we had opportunities to […]

  • Toronto Centre Holiday Party

    I’m delighted to invite the Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto to attend my Annual Toronto Centre Holiday Party on Thursday, December 15th at 6:00 p.m. at Daniels Spectrum. This will be an opportunity for Toronto Centre to come together in celebration of our diversity, community and the holiday season. If you are able to attend please let me […]

  • November Prayers

    What we are praying for: God, protect our vets from violence, protect all our men and women who are serving in military here and all over the world. Bring healing to all those traumatized. May they have the medical help they need and the encouragement of others. God, may mental health and trauma be understood […]

  • We’ll weather the storm together


    Rev. Hawkes is facing charges in connection with an alleged sexual offence that purportedly took place 40 years ago. The charges have been filed in Kentville, Nova Scotia.