Monday, September 21, 2020 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Grounded in the church - our Annual General Meeting (AGM) is an opportunity for us to be Accountable, Transparent and Responsive to you.

"Therefore encourage one another and build up each other, as indeed you are doing" 1 Thessalonians 5:11

The ministry of MCC in Ontario would not be possible without you, our constituents, who are committed to sharing God’s love and compassion for all, in the name of Christ. We want you to know how deeply we appreciate your support, and how you are impacting so many lives in Ontario and around the world.

The September 21 Annual General Meeting (AGM) is our opportunity to share MCC Ontario’s financial outcomes and a snapshot of our strategic plan progress. 

Register to attend online or call 519-745-8458 ext 238.


Then on November 20 and 21, we encourage you to join us at our primary educational and informational event for the year, the MCC Peace Conference. Held virtually this year, you will have the opportunity to hear stories and learn more about the impact your support of MCC’s work in relief, development and peace work around the world. This online event will provide inspiration and information through general and breakout sessions. 

Who is a delegate?

Each congregation is asked to appoint delegates to attend our Annual General Meeting (AGM) in order to vote and report back to their congregation. Congregations may appoint two delegates for each 200 members or portion of 200 members. In addition, the MCCO Congregational Representative is automatically a voting delegate, as are MCCO Board members.

For example:

0-200 members = 2 delegates + one MCCO Congregational Representative

200-400 members = 4 delegates + one MCCO Congregational Representative

400-600 = 6 delegates + one MCCO Congregational Representative and so on...

Churches are also welcome to send as many interested people as they would like to attend, but voting privileges are only available as noted above. We encourage a young adult delegate to be included from your congregation.