Christmas Eve Service 2019

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 reflect on Christmases past, present and future.

Join us for Jason Jestadt’s Christmas Eve Service debut as MCC Toronto’s new Music Director, at a new family-friendly start time of 9:00 PM, along with some of Toronto’s finest singing voices as we ring in Christmas in the heart of the city.

Featuring musical performances from:
Alana Bridgewater
Ma-Anne Dionisio
Lauren Margison
Richard Margison
The Christmas Choir of MCC Toronto

Tickets are now available at the Roy Thomson Hall Box Office and online
or via telephone at 416-872-4255.

Tickets are also available following the 9:00 and 11:00 AM Sunday Services in November.

Children 12 & under can attend for free (tickets required).


MCC Toronto’s Annual Christmas Eve Service at Roy Thomson Hall is one of our most important public events of the year. The generosity of members, friends and congregants makes it possible for MCC Toronto to deliver its message of hope and love to a wider community.

Donors receive complimentary prime seats, program book recognition for you and your dedication, a charitable tax receipt and our forever gratitude!

Become a Christmas Eve Donor today by downloading the form here.

Contact for more information.

**All our volunteer positions have now been filled.


We are seeking volunteers for our Christmas Eve Service 2019 at Roy Thomson Hall (60 Simcoe Street) near St. Andrew subway Station.

MCC Toronto’s Christmas Eve Service will be on December 24 at a NEW start time of 9:00 p.m. For volunteers, the start time will be 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 24th. The duties will wrap up at approximately 11:00 p.m. (Please keep in mind that public transportation will be on Holiday schedule and allow for extra travel time).

We encourage all volunteers to participate as both Communion Servers and Offertory Collectors. Serving communion involves offering the elements to congregants and sharing a short blessing which will be provided in advance. Full training will be provided. Volunteers who are not interested/able to serve communion will be asked to usher congregants during communion.

Volunteers are entitled to two complimentary ticket to the Service for themselves plus one guest.

Do you have any questions or comments? Please email

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