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mission East END HAS PLANTed


Christ Church Toronto

50 Woodmount Ave - 10am

Parking and Entrance on Glebeholme Ave.

Christ church Toronto

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mission East END HAS PLANTed


Christ Church Toronto

50 Woodmount Ave - 10am

Parking and Entrance on Glebeholme Ave.

Christ church Toronto

WHY CANADA?

The Christian church is in severe decline. Eighty years ago 98% of Canadians identified as Christians and today only 67% claim an affiliation to Christianity. Over the past 40 years, Protestants have declined from 40% of the population to 27% while those who do not identify with an organized religion have risen from 4% to 24% in that same period. 

WHY TORONTO?

Toronto is the fourth largest city in North America. The population has tripled over the past 30 years. Fifty one percent of Torontonians were born outside of Canada and the city remains a strategic city to reaching the nations.

WHY EAST END?

The East End remains the hottest real estate market in Toronto. Roughly 50,000 homes were sold in the past five years. And yet, all the English-speaking churches were planted before 1940. Currently under 1000 evangelicals gather in the East End for worship on Sunday morning. 

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Our Vision


 

The East End of Toronto is known as the last refuge for families hoping to own homes in the city. It is a great place to raise a family. The population has greatly transformed over the past ten years, meanwhile church attendance has severely declined across the board. Church buildings continue to become condos. Raising kids in the city continues to become more complex. 

 

Our mission is to invite and guide those living in the East End of Toronto to make Jesus their highest priority. This will involve ordering our lives in community so that Jesus is our highest priority while also inviting our neighbours to explore who Jesus is and what it might look like to commit to him.  

Our Vision


 

The East End of Toronto is known as the last refuge for families hoping to own homes in the city. It is a great place to raise a family. The population has greatly transformed over the past ten years, meanwhile church attendance has severely declined across the board. Church buildings continue to become condos. Raising kids in the city continues to become more complex. 

 

Our mission is to invite and guide those living in the East End of Toronto to make Jesus their highest priority. This will involve ordering our lives in community so that Jesus is our highest priority while also inviting our neighbours to explore who Jesus is and what it might look like to commit to him.  

Our Plan

While starting a new church in this under-served area of the city would naturally attract a crowd, our goal is first to grow the type of disciples who will grow the type of church that will flourish for the East End.

Right now, we are seeking churches and individuals to pray and financially partner with us as we embark on this mission. 

On October 1, 2017, Mission East End will plant a new church in the East End named Christ Church Toronto! You can learn more about this church at www.ChristChurchToronto.ca