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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Canada

The Church has had a presence in Canada since the early 1830’s. Joseph Smith and Brigham Young both came to Eastern Canada as missionaries. There are now 157,000 members in Canada in more than 400 congregations. Leading the Church in Canada...

Church of the Lutheran Brethren

The Church of the Lutheran Brethren of America was organized in December 1900. Five independent Lutheran congregations met together in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and adopted a constitution patterned very closely to that of the Lutheran Free Church of...

Church of the Nazarene in Canada

The Church of the Nazarene in Canada was organized in Nova Scotia in November, 1902 by Rev. H.F. Reynolds. The 160 churches today are organized in five districts, with the Canada National Office located in Brampton, Ontario. The Church of the...

Churches of Christ in Canada

Churches of Christ are autonomous congregations, whose members appeal to the Bible alone to determine matters of faith and practice. There are no central offices or officers. Publications and institutions related to the churches are either under...

Congregational Christian Churches in Canada

This body originated in the early 18th century when devout Christians within several denominations in the northern and eastern United States, dissatisfied with sectarian controversy, broke away from their own denominations and took the simple...

Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada

The Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada is the largest Baptist denomination in Canada. Through the Canadian Baptist Ministries, it is a member of the Baptist World Alliance. In 1763 two Baptist churches were organized in Atlantic Canada, one...

The Coptic Orthodox Church in Canada

The Coptic Orthodox Church in North America was begun in Canada in 1964 and was registered in the province of Ontario in 1965. The Coptic Orthodox Church has spread rapidly since then. The total number of local churches in both Canada and the USA...

Elim Fellowship Canada

The Elim Fellowship Canada, a Pentecostal body, was established in 1984 as a sister organization of Elim Fellowship in the United States. This is an association of churches, ministers and missionaries seeking to serve the whole body of Christ....

The Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church Abroad

The Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church (EELC) was founded in 1917 in Estonia and reorganized in Sweden in 1944. The teachings of the EELC are based on the Old and New Testaments, explained through the Apostolic, Nicean and Athanasian...

Evangelical Christian Church in Canada (Christian Disciples)

The Evangelical Christian Church in Canada (Christian Disciples), as a Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement in Canada, traces its historic roots to the formal organization of the Christian Church in 1810, near Stratford, Prince Edward Island,...