April 7 at 7:30pm, the Metropolitan Festival Choir and Baroque Orchestra (Jonathan Oldengarm, direction and continuo) present G.F. Handel's rarely-heard Brockes Passion.
Soloists include Michael Colvin, Evangelist; Geoffrey Sirett, Jesus; Jacqueline Woodley, Tochter Zion; and several of our own lead singers. A vivid, passionate account of the most dramatic week in the Christian liturgical year.
The Rev. Jason Meyers preaching
March 30 - Stéphanie McKay-Turgeon, soprano; Dakota Scott-Digout, pianist
Works by J.S. Bach, Medtner and Dvořák
Following this concert, Noon at Met will resume after Easter, Thursday April 13 (Dior String Quartet).
Begin each weekday in Lent in prayer and community with scripture, a short reflection and time for contemplation.
Our new 15 minute weekly service of scripture, song, silence and prayer takes place Wednesdays at 8:45am beginning February 1. A hybrid worship service, we’ll meet in the chapel and on Zoom.
Photo: Naoko Tsujita
We welcomed Dr. Jonathan Oldengarm to the Metropolitan family (and the organ console) this past fall! You can learn more about Jonathan here.
Photo credit: Tam Lan Truong
Come out to Sunday School each week during our 11am service! Or take part in our kids' choir and join a rehearsal at 10:30am. Keep an eye out for other youth programming, including Kids Bedtime Stories, and a monthly Youth Group at Kingston Road United. We also offer Nursery service starting at 10:30am on Sundays.
Met's Children's and Youth Ministries are led by Ael Spence and Amy McClelland.
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