Metropolitan United Church is an affirming ministry of the United Church of Canada. We affirm that we are all God's beloved children and regardless of age, ethnicity, gender identity or sexual orientation, we all belong and are all celebrated.

Friends of Met's Gardens

Met is excited to partner with the Garden Club of Toronto on the upcoming Pride Garden bloom - newly designed welcoming beds on either side of the stairs at our main doorway on Queen St. Check out the full design and overview of suggested plants, and keep up to date through our weekly blog posts!

You can also join Friends of Met's Gardens, and be part of the team that makes our Pride Garden come to life.

Coming up: Native Plant Gardening Workshop on March 17th

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There's an app for that! 'That' being Met, of course. You can follow our programming, view the livestream, register for events, make a donation, and much more, through our new app. Use your phone or tablet to download the app through the link below, or learn more on our news page. See you there! 

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Lent and Easter 2021
Programming, Worship & Events

Programming for Lent includes another edition of MET Musings from Mon.- Sat. each week, and a Daily Lenten Office taking place weekdays at 8am over Zoom. We are also offering another edition of the Big Questions Course, a Virtual Hymn Sing in March, Centring Prayer on Monday evenings, and of course, our annual Good Friday Concert.

All current details can be found on our Lent webpage, through the button below.

 

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Black History Sunday: February 28

Here's the postlude from the Met Silver Band! Scroll on down for our virtual anthem, Hymn to Freedom!

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Virtual Anthem: Hymn to Freedom

From Black History Sunday, February 28, 2021
Covid-19 Update
Online Worship continues Sundays at 11am

In accordance with provincial and city guidelines around Covid-19 in Toronto, please take note of the following:

  • We are currently livestreaming Sunday worship from the Sanctuary with no in-person congregation. This restriction will remain in place until the public health officials say it is safe to reopen.
  • All online programs and meetings will proceed as planned.

Our community is resilient, caring and we will weather the storm of this ongoing health crisis.  The church has never been a building; it is a people bound to a vision of a love that can overcome every challenge.  God is with us. We are not alone. Thanks be to God.

- The Rev. Karen Bowles, The Rev. Jason Meyers and Dr. Patricia Wright, Minister of Music

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