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An Evening with the Marion Singers January 28

Come join us for a night of music and drinks in support of a great cause!







We will open the doors of Church of the Holy Trinity, 19 Trinity Square, Toronto at 7 pm

Price: Adult:$20

Drinks available for purchase throughout the evening

Purchase tickets online  Print our Marion-singers-poster

For more information on the Church and its Refugee Committee, check us out online.

Have any questions? Feel free to email us at:


By then end of 2015, The United Nations Refugee Agency reported 65.3 million people were displaced from their homes. This means every 60 seconds, 24 people were forced to flee due to conflict or persecution.

The Refugee Committee at the Church of the Holy Trinity has actively been sponsoring refugees since 1991. Our congregation has sponsored over 100 refugees fleeing persecution and violence in countries such as Afghanistan, Burundi, Cambodia, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Iran and Iraq. We provide refugee newcomers with financial and moral support; today, they are making positive contributions to our society, both economically and socially. We know we are called to welcome the stranger. Our sponsorship efforts are one of the ways we seek to answer that call.

The Marion Singers have been donating their talents for the benefit of humanitarian causes and non-profit organizations in monthly concerts throughout the GTA for 20 years.
The Choir is a 16-voice ensemble whose concerts include a mixed repertoire of music styles including classic sacred pieces from composers such as Mendelssohn, Viadanna, and Tallis, as well as modern composers including Tavener, Lauridsen and Busto. They perform a wide range of fun secular music as well from a repertoire that includes old Canadiana, folk music from the British Isles and songs by Billy Joel and the Beatles. The intimate atmosphere they create in concert with close harmonies, always sung a capella (without instruments), is a treat for every music-lover.

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