Our metro Toronto Canada Church Directory is designed to provide you with information to help you choose a church or ministry to attend in the Toronto, Canada area. Our online church directory has updated listings and reviews of some of the top churches and ministries. This directory is for both residents, visitors, and people new to Toronto, Canada.
It is capital of the province of Ontario and is the largest city in Canada. According to the 2011 census, the city had a population of over 2.6 million people. The Toronto metropolitan area is home to more than 5.5 million residents and is the scheduled site for the 2015 Pan American Games.
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Grace Fellowship Church Toronto
- Grace Fellowship Church Toronto: We are a group of Christians committed to living to the glory of God in all of our lives. We believe that the more we are satisfied in God, the more He is glorified through us. To that end, we are seeking to live like what God says about Himself in the Bible is really true. Visit online at: http://www.gfcto.com
- Pastor Paul Martin shares some updates from Grace Fellowship Church.
I traveled from Salt Lake City, Utah to attend a show in Toronto – based on the fact that a.) we’d never been to Toronto and b.) that seeing a show at a… read more »
this church is so beautiful. the stained glass is breath taking. you have to attend a service there, the choir is so good. even better attend an evensong… read more »
When I was younger, this was the church that I was dragged to every Sunday against my will. As much as I may not have enjoyed the whole “mass” aspect of… read more »
I was walking in the Eaton Centre last Sunday and this was the first time that I had noticed Trinity Square (including this Anglican church) which is… read more »
Religion ain’t my thing. So, why am I reviewing a church? Well, for starters, Little Trinity Anglican Church in Corktown is one of the oldest surviving… read more »
If you’re looking for a grand church with magnificent stained glass windows and ethereal statutes – this probably isn’t your grande non-fat frappucino. But… read more »
I stopped getting dragged to church as a teenager, so my appreciation of churches hasn’t got much to do with the services. Farmer Memorial is a nice little… read more »
Here is the church. Here is the steeple. Open the doors… and there’re all the people! *\o/* The above hand game is about as intimate as this secular… read more »
This is a beautiful church to attend mass. And they do “out of the cold” on Sundays in the winter. read more »
I can’t speak to the services here, but this is a very beautiful place for a wedding. There’s an incredible amount of stained glass, a very VERY high… read more »
C3 Church Toronto
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Full disclosure, I’m a parishioner. Located in The Beach in Toronto, the parish of Corpus Christi is home to a vibrant, active Catholic community. The… read more »
Walmer is my church – I wasn’t much of a church attendee when I was younger; my Dad worked Sundays and my Mom needed her rest, so we didn’t wind up going to… read more »
United Church of God in Toronto, Ontario meets at The Community of Christ in Etobicoke,ON on the Sabbath (Saturday) at 1:30PM the congregation is lead by Pastor read more »
What a stunning Church! It was really interesting walking into this church, mostly because, on the outside there is the streetcar track to the left and on… read more »
Masses in Portugues at 10 am and 11:30 am on Sundays read more »
First Non-Food Yelp Review! Woot. 30 Day challenge. BRING IT! I’m biased. I’ve been going to this church since I was born. Give it up for baptism!… read more »
For anyone looking for the “Reform of the reform”, the 11 am Latin Novus Ordo mass is as good as it gets in the Toronto area. The music is heavenly and all… read more »
St. Peter’s Church and Paulist Centre is a fantastic parish to belong. It is located in the Annex area at Bathurst and Bloor. We have a new priest named… read more »
This church has been open since 1977, I’ve been going here since the early 80’s. It’s a great church with a lot of support from the local community. The… read more »
Toronto, Canada Travel Guide (Video)
Toronto Canada Travel Guide – Top Attractions And Places To Visit: Toronto, Canada is one of those places where you can get it all. A cultural leader, it has a thriving art community and food scene. Parks and natural spaces fill in city gaps, and public transport is top notch. Top attractions include: Toronto Island Park, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, St. Lawrence Market, CN Tower and the Hockey Hall of Fame.
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Your trusted guide on what to do in Toronto. Visit Toronto.com for local events, restaurants, festivals, concerts, attractions and … The National Ballet of Canada.
Official site of the city of Toronto. Includes information on attractions, facilities, transportation, events and emergency services.
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The Rough Guide to Toronto is the ultimate travel guide with clear maps and detailed coverage of all the best attractions Canada’s largest metropolis has to offer. Whether taking a ‘Mad of the Mist’ boat tour of the breathtaking Niagara Falls, grooving to the beat of the street life on Queen Street West or ice skating at New City Hall, The Rough Guide to Toronto makes sure you make the most out of your time in Toronto.
Featuring detailed coverage on a full range of attractions; from the CN Tower and Kensington Market, to the tranquil Georgian Bay Islands National Park, you’ll find expert tips on exploring Toronto’s amazing attractions, with an authoritative background on Toronto’s history.