Musicians & Technicians Needed

If you are interested in serving in MCBC'S WORSHIP MINISTRIES, please contact Rachelle L* (please see bulletin). We are especially in need of bassists, drummers, and sound technicians. Training will be provided for those interested in learning to operate the sound system. 
*Rachelle L's band, Re:Written, is giving away the song "You Are The Shepherd". Listen and DOWNLOAD FOR FREE at This is the song performed during last Sunday's worship services.

Men's Breakfast

Saturday, May 7

8:00 a.m. (MCBC Basement)


All (men) are welcome!
This will be a great time to invite a friend, colleague, or relative for good food and a great time of fellowship.
Presented to you by the M3 MENS MINISTRY

Scott Mission


Saturday, May 14

We sort donated food or clothes and hand out sandwiches and coffee. For anyone interested in volunteering, please meet at the church at 9:30 a.m. We return to the church at about noon. If you have a vehicle and are able to take a few people, it would be much appreciated. You can also meet us at Scott Mission. It is on the northwest corner of College and Spadina Avenue in downtown Toronto (beside the Waverly Hotel). There are several parking areas near the Mission and limited street parking in front of the building. Call Roger T if you need more details or if you plan to attend (please see Sunday's bulletin).

Matthew House Presents...

Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 7:30 PM

Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, 506 Bloor St. W., Toronto, ON
Matthew House Presents... brings together individuals from diverse perspectives to discuss the domestic and international impact of the on-going refugee crisis.
We are thrilled to have Emmanuel Jal as our key contributor. An award winning musician, peace activist and humanitarian, Jal has used his unique style of hip hop to speak a message of peace and reconciliation.
Emmanuel joins the stage with other thought-provoking speakers who are experts in their respective fields. The evening will be a night of information sharing and discovery about what is happening in the refugee world from both a Canadian and global perspective.
Ticket Information
General Admission: $30
VIP: $500 (includes 6 VIP tickets, a VIP reception, and exclusive raffle)
Event Contributors confirmed to date (additional TBA)
Emmanuel Jal, award-winning musician, peace activist and humanitarian
Dr. Meb Rashid, medical doctor, professor, and refugee advocate
Jean-Pierre Nziya, educator, author, and former Matthew House resident

Celebrate and Serve - Spring Workday


"Celebrate" and "Serve"; two words that don't often occur together, yet in the Kingdom of God, they are words that belong together. The invitation to serve, in whatever capacity, is never meant to be an onerous burden. Rather, it is a joyful celebration. God works in and through people. What a remarkable truth. And it's a celebration that happens hand to hand, shoulder to shoulder, with your brothers and sisters in Christ.
Feeding a family, welcoming a refugee, encouraging a young person... cleaning a Promiseland classroom, clearing brush from the church property, freshening the church building for a new season of ministry - it's all service. 
Join us May 28th at 8:30 a.m. as we Celebrate and Serve. Bring your family. Stand shoulder to shoulder with your church family. Spend a day in joyful service. 
BBQ Lunch provided at noon!
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