MCC Toronto’s Christmas Eve Service
presented by The Willmott Bruce Hunter Foundation
This Christmas, Be Struck With Awe
MCC Toronto’s Christmas Eve Service is a much cherished tradition which has been held annually at Roy Thomson Hall since 1989. Senior Pastor Rev. Jeff Rock will be preaching about the awe of Christmas – from the awful to the awestruck. Celebrate Diane Leah’s last Christmas Eve Service as Music Director along with some of Toronto’s finest singing voices as we ring in Christmas in the heart of the city.
Rev. Jeff Rock
The Christmas Choir of MCC Toronto
About MCC Toronto:
The Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto (MCC Toronto) has been helping shape Canadian values of inclusion, diversity and equality for 45 years. A place of action – and a place of worship – MCC Toronto is a vibrant, inclusive and progressive church rooted in the Christian faith, the LGBTQ2+ community with a commitment to diversity and inclusion. MCC Toronto is on the forefront of ground-breaking human rights and social justice work and was the site for the world’s first legalized same gender marriage in 2001. Located in Riverdale, MCC Toronto is home to 1,000 engaged members, the award-winning MCC Toronto Choir, and the Triangle Program, the first LGBTQ2+ high school in Canada. MCC Toronto is also home to a refugee program that supports over 850 refugee claimants a year. Beyond its three Sunday services (9 AM, 11 AM and 7 PM), MCC Toronto offers a stream of vital program supports for LGBTQ2+ refugees and other opportunities for community and member engagement. www.mcctoronto.com