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Orange Shirt Day
Sunday, September 24 at 11am

The Rev. James Harbell preaching

Orange Shirt Sunday gives us a chance to be introduced to the United Church’s proposal for an Autonomous Indigenous Church, proposed to be alongside, but not controlled by the current structure. As Met prepares to vote in the coming months on whether we agree, we will consider what reconciliation means to us. Our different faith perspectives will guide our response to the question: what does reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous people mean to each of us in our church context? 

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Thursday Noon at Met
Fall Series September 21 - November 30

September 28: Jonathan Oldengarm, organist

In partnership with the Royal Conservatory of Music’s Glenn Gould School and the University of Toronto Faculty of Music, a wide range of singers and instrumentalists present free 45-minute noon hour concerts every Thursday from September 21 to November 30, 2023, and February 1 to May 30, 2024. Canada’s largest pipe organ is also featured prominently, appearing as a solo or accompanying instrument in over half of the concerts. Donations are welcome.

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Metropolitan Pride!

Shiny Happy People, presented by members of the Met community
Hymn Playlist
'Jesus Christ is Risen Today'

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