The times for the Met Church Service are listed below. Please feel free to attend any of these services and join us in our praise and worship.
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Met Church is a community that offers a vibrant mix of traditional and contemporary worship, while also incorporating elements of the arts and culture.
The Met Church Service Times
We are located in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission District, at 14th and Folsom Streets. We welcome people from all over the world who have come to our city to find their purpose.
Our mission is to inspire all people to seek God through prayer and service, and to provide a place where they can find community with each other.
We are a church located in the heart of [city]. We welcome you to join us for our Sunday service.
Sunday: 9:00am – 10:30am
Wednesday: 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Please note: We are currently offering a single worship service each Sunday at 11:00 a.m. in-person and at metunited.ca/live, YouTube and Facebook.
We also have a weekly Evening Communion service over Zoom, Thursdays at 8pm.
Sunday services are the cornerstone of our week at Metropolitan United Church. During regular periods, we offer a small communion service in our chapel at 9:00 a.m., followed by Worship at 11 a.m., which includes a sermon, beautiful choral music and an opportunity for coffee and conversation following the service. For first-time visitors, we recommend the 11:00 a.m. service, as it will give you a sense of what we are about.
All are welcome
Inclusive of faith, gender, sexual orientation, ability, native language, or age – all are welcome at Met. You will be greeted warmly, treated with dignity, and your privacy will be respected. We will be glad you came and will hope to leave you with some spiritual sustenance. Children are welcome as well.
What to expect
When you enter the church, a church volunteer will greet you and provide an “order of service,” a play-by-play of everything that will happen during the service. Words and phrases in boldface type are usually spoken by the entire congregation in unison. These are called “responses.” You are welcome to sit wherever you wish and participate to whatever degree is comfortable for you.
The service includes bible readings, a sermon and music. Normally people stand up and sing during a hymn once the organ starts playing, but if you are unable to stand or are feeling tired then there is no pressure to do so.
Seven times a year we celebrate the sacrament of Holy Communion at our 11:00 a.m. Sunday service (and every week at our 9:00 a.m. Sunday service). As with all aspects of our services, all are welcome. If you are uncomfortable with the ritual or do not understand it fully, then you are welcome to remain in your seat. No one will pressure you to receive the elements of bread and grape juice. If you would like to take part but are unsure of what to do, our ministers will give brief instructions or you can watch and learn from those around you.
The Offering is an act of worship for Christians. It is a symbol of our belief that everything we have comes from God. Offerings support our church (including staff remuneration) as well as programs across Canada and abroad. It is perfectly fine to let the offering plate pass you by, but any offering you make helps us to keep our doors open and our services available. Tax receipts are available for offerings of $20 or more. There are many other ways to contribute, including your time, efforts and resources.
Following the service, we gather for coffee and conversation. Newcomers are encouraged to stay and join. You will have a chance to meet the Ministry team, mingle with other folks and enjoy some sweet treats. Once a month, we offer short tours of the church and the Casavant organ.
We are currently worshipping in-person and online Sunday mornings at 11am
Our Sunday morning livestream begins with the prelude at approximately 10:45 a.m. on YouTube, Facebook and here at metunited.ca/live.
You can access previous services through Sermons & Past Services under the Worship menu.
Watch on the website
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During regular periods, Metropolitan United offers two main services each Sunday.
The larger service takes place at 11:00 a.m. and features sermons and music from the choir, followed by light refreshments and conversation.
There is also a smaller communion service that takes place at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday, 9:00 to 9:30 a.m. (September to June) — Communion Service (Founders’ Chapel)
This is a short service where people can find a quiet centre in the early morning.
Sunday, 10 a.m. (September to June) — Open Library Session (Flanders Library)
Sunday, 10:30 a.m. (all year) — Carillon Prelude (outside)
Sunday, 10:45 a.m. (all year) — Organ and Instrumental Prelude (Sanctuary)
Sunday, 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (all year) — A Service of Word, Song, and Prayer.
The cornerstone of our week, this service is offered under the leadership of The Rev. Jason Francis Meyers and Supply Minister The Rev. Mark Aitchison. This service includes anthems from the Metropolitan Choir (between September and June) and is followed by light refreshments and fellowship.
Sunday, 11 a.m. (September to June) — Church School (begins in the Sanctuary and moves to the Met Centre).
Sunday, 12:00 p.m. (all year) — Coffee and Fellowship (Sanctuary).
Sunday, 12:00 p.m. (September to June) — Open Library Session (Flander’s Library).
what religion is the met church
Metropolitan Community Churches (MCC), in full Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches, worldwide Protestant denomination founded in 1968 and focusing its outreach endeavors on persons who identify themselves as homosexual, bisexual, transgender, and queer Christians.
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