Anglican Diocese of Toronto
The Diocese of Toronto, founded in 1839, is the most populous of the 30 dioceses in the Anglican Church of Canada. Our geographical area extends over 26,000 square kilometres, stretching from Mississauga to Brighton and north to Haliburton. Some 272 churches in 217 parishes are located in the Diocese.
Archdiocese of Toronto
Within the Archdiocese of Toronto, you will find a family of faith that is alive and at work in our community. Comprised of nearly 1.7 Million Catholics, 225 parishes and 4 missions
Bloor Street United Church
We are a community of about 450 Christians in downtown Toronto, who for the past 114 years, have been celebrating God's loving presence and listening for God's prophetic word. In the spirit of Jesus, we strive to carry that love and word into the world and warmly welcome all who wish to join us.
Our Vision is to be a vibrant and growing church where people are actively participating in a community of spiritual growth and evangelistic outreach. We intend our church to be a community where people are real, rooted, established and loved.
Church in the City
What if church was different? Contemporary music, relevant messages, great kids' programs, casual dress, come visit with us. A Pentecostal Church.
Covenant Baptist Church (Reformed Baptist)
Covenant Baptist Church was the name chosen when the church was founded in Toronto in February, 1974, to express the reason for our existence.
Faith Reformed Baptist Church
If I were to be asked "What kind of a church are you? I would not hesitate to reply, "We are a Baptist church!"
We hold to those truths which have sometimes been referred to as "Baptist Distinctives". I would also reply that we are a "Reformed Church" inasmuch as we hold to the great doctrines of the Reformation in the areas concerning the salvation of men.
Friendship Community Church
Since our beginning, we've had tremendous support. Our deep roots in the Christian tradition balance our contemporary focus. From our start, we've received support and encouragement from the Christian Reformed Church in North America, an evangelical Christian denomination with roots on this continent of over 150 years.
Glen Ayr United Church
We are a congregation of the United Church of Canada and you can find us in the Scarborough suburb of the City of Toronto. For over 40 years, we have been shaped by a myriad of demographic, social and lifestyle changes that have fostered the emergence of an eclectic and richly diverse community.
Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church
Preparing youth to become faithful, pious Orthodox Christians has always been a priority at Holy Trinity.
Knox Presbytarian Church
Knox Presbyterian Church, Toronto. Knox Church is a Christian faith community in the heart of Toronto, established in 1820.
Melrose Community Church
Overwhelmed by the number of people and the pace of life in Toronto? Feeling disconnected? Looking for spiritual meaning? At Melrose you are invited to join a smaller community on a journey of spiritual discovery together.
Metropolitan Baptist Church
A racially diverse fellowship of Christians meeting together for worship and witness in North Toronto since 1997.
Mosques in Toronto
List of Mosques in the GTA.
Shaarei Shomayim Congregation
Shaarei Shomayim Congregation, located in mid-town Toronto, Canada, is a modern orthodox centre of Jewish life which provides the means for the fulfillment of religious, educational and social needs and which seeks to inspire the community to greater commitments to Torah, the Jewish people and the State of Israel.
St. Ansgar Lutheran Church
The congregation of Saint Ansgar Lutheran Church, Toronto, is a worshipping, learning, witnessing and serving community of baptized Christians. All visitors are welcome to join us for Holy Communion, worship and fellowship each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. All people, including children, are welcome to receive Holy Communion.
St. George's on-the-hill Anglican Church
Helping to feed the hungry through food drives, Out of the Cold and Youth Without Shelter -- a simple way for us to reach out and share our many blessings.
St. Mark's Coptic Orthodox Church
Being descendants of the ancient Egyptians, inheritors of the Coptic Culture and members of an Apostolic Church that is steeped in history, the Copts who became a part of this great multi-cultural society felt that they have an obligation to fulfill towards their new home.
Trinity Lutheran Church
To welcome Canadian newcomers to our land and into the Body of Christ through a ministry of hospitality.
RELIGION & SPIRITUALITY:
Anglican Church of Canada
In Canada more than 800,000 Anglicans worship in 30 dioceses, from Vancouver Island to St. John's, Newfoundland, and from the country's southernmost point to the Arctic Circle.
Associated Gospel Churches
Our vision is to become a movement of healthy, reproducing churches.
Canadian Baptist Ministries
We're many things. We're missionary personnel and projects around the world. We're relief and development projects through The Sharing Way. We're short-term missions through CBV.
Canadian Jewish Congress
Canadian Jewish Congress is the democratically elected, national organizational voice of the Jewish community of Canada. It serves as the community's vehicle for defence and representation.
A Canadian search engine of Catholic sites and resources on the web.
Congregational Christian Churches
We are a fellowship of churches committed to living out the good news of Jesus Christ and his kingdom in the world.
Evangelical Free Church of Canada
An association of over 150 churches joined together by common purposes, principles and practices.
Evangelical Lutheran Church
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada trace theirroots as a confessing movement to the reformation of the catholic church initiated by Dr. Martin Luther in Germany in the 1500s.
Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada
From its inception, the driving force behind the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada has been church planting. Our forefathers believed that this would be the last generation before the return of Christ.
Presbyterian Church in Canada
Presbyterians get their name from the Greek word "presbyteros" meaning "elder". Today, Presbyterian churches in Canada are governed by elders who are elected by members of the congregation.
The Canadian Society of Muslims
To promote interest in an intellectual, philosophic, and esoteric approach to the research, development and understanding of Islamic culture and civilization.
United Church of Canada
The United Church is the largest Protestant denomination in Canada. Ours is a rich history closely entwined with the development of Canada itself.
United Church Locator
This service will assist you in finding addresses, phone numbers, and websites (if available) for all of the United Church's congregations, pastoral charges, presbyteries, and conferences throughout Canada.
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