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United Church of Canada Fundraising Proposal On December 15, 2020 Mass Hysterical, A Comedic Cantata was released at a "live" online Gala. It was a smash success and now this brand-new collaboration between Second City, Toronto and members of the Toronto Symphony is available as a fundraiser. We'd like to expand the scope of the project to include every United Church in Canada. How would that work? In a nutshell, if a member of your church buys the video ($20), then $10 goes to your church....

Toby’s Place – Safe(r) Space for 2SLGBTQ+ Youth at Birchcliff Bluffs United Church welcomes you! You're invited! Over the last few months, Toby's Place youth have been working hard to create a short film about their lived experiences - find out what community and belonging means to us, what being part of the 2SLGBTQ+ community in Scarborough feels like, and how we found chosen family at Toby's Place. Using skills learned through a series of workshops facilitated by two queer youth film makers,...

Some movies are so big you need to talk about them. Just Mercy is a film like that touching many important truths about racism today. Watch the movie on your own or with some friends and join the zoom video conference for discussion. Hosted by Emo Yango the Program Coordinator for Discipleship & Witness of the Church in Mission Unit and Susie Henderson, Community Engagement, Shining Waters Regional Council. Emo will open the discussion. Join the Zoom meeting using this link...

Toby's Place - Safe(r) Space for 2SLGBTQ+ Youth at Birchcliff Bluffs United Church welcomes you! YOU'RE INVITED! Bring your friends! Over the last 8 weeks, Toby's Place youth have been working hard to create a short film about their lived experiences and now we want to share it with you! In collaboration with two queer film makers, Dinaly Tran and Sam Sorrenti, we'd like to invite you to our film launch - an evening of community celebration, delicious refreshments, rad music, and fun raffle...

We are holding another Rainbow Café here at St. James United Church and Mary Street Centre! This time we will be hosting a free movie night! We are going to be showing the great film Call Me By Your Name. Snacks and drinks will be available by donation as well! This is open to everyone not just the LGBTQ+ Community- come out and enjoy!