In this week's Luke reading we hear of the risen Christ appearing in the midst of his disciples asking for something to eat. Luke goes to great lengths to describe the physicality of Jesus and how he was "really there". In his Earth Day themed sermon entitled "Matter Matters", The Rev. Jason Meyers will explore how resurrection extends into the material world of flesh and blood, seeds and soil. And also that snacks are really important.
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
The work of Metropolitan continues. Our Community Services team remains in the community delivering much needed assistance, taking extra precautions. While we cannot collect offerings in person, we are always grateful for your donations - you can choose to make one through the site at metunited.ca/donate, mail an envelope or cheque to the church, or give by etransfer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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!
Please note that in-person events are temporarily suspended
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.