Welcome to Metropolitan!
A Message from our Ministers

‘Comfort ye my people,’ cries out the prophet Isaiah. The ancient words ring true. As we begin another church year and look to the end of a difficult calendar year, it is good to know that we will yet again tell the story and sing the songs as we wait with expectation to celebrate the audacity of joy at new life in the birth of this Jesus.  Physically apart for worship this Advent season, we are grateful for the ability to livestream our worship. Please join us - there will be comfort and connection aplenty! 

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

Advent Worship & Events
Join us online for live-streams of all worship services and concerts. Click on the service title for more info. (*denotes recorded event)

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Christmas Eve, Thursday December 24

   5pm  Family Service*

 11pm  Candlelight Christmas Eve


Christmas Day, Friday December 25
Sunday November 29
Advent 1
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Friday December 4
Noon at Met Concert: Chelsea Van Pelt, soprano; Andrea Van Pelt, piano

Music for Christmas includes Purcell: Blessed Virgin’s Expostulation, and songs by Wolf, Bridge, Gordon

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Saturday December 5
And He Shall Come: Music & Poetry for Advent*

The Metropolitan Choir lead singers, conducted by Dr. Patricia Wright
Poetry by Patricia Orr


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Sunday December 6
Advent 2

11am   Morning Worship

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Sunday December 13
Advent 3

11am Morning Worship

1pm   DECK THE HALLS! Carol Sing*
          A yearly tradition! Met Silver Band, organ & soloists

Friday December 18
Noon at Met Concert: David Simon, organ

Music for Advent, including Dupré, Demessieux, Bruhns and Reger

Concert Info
Sunday December 20
Advent 4

In addition to offering a welcoming home for worship since 1818, Metropolitan serves our community by offering a variety of outreach services and programs, particularly during Covid-19. Initiatives during the pandemic include a weekly Hospitality Tent in the park and a successful meal program partnering with local restaurants to provide nutritious meals, as well as grocery and housing support, clothing donation and more.

Met has been involved in social service downtown since 1917, long before government supports existed. Under our outreach umbrella, many programs today are run by church staff and volunteers, while others use our church facilities or receive other support. Most of our activities take place in the 11,000 sq. ft. MET Centre.

We would be most grateful this holiday season if you would consider a donation to help us in the work we will do in worship and outreach at the heart of downtown Toronto in 2021 and beyond. Thank you!