Mennonite Churches

Exterior of Danforth Mennonite Church

Danforth Mennonite Church

The Danforth Mennonite Church is a small Christian congregation in Toronto. It is part of Mennonite Church Eastern Canada and Mennonite Church Canada.

Our 100th anniversary was marked in 2011, celebrating the “Centennial Day” on Palm Sunday (April 17, 2011). Visit us and help make history during our second centenary.

Toronto United Mennonite Church

Toronto United Mennonite Church (TUMC) draws people of many backgrounds from across Greater Toronto: families, single adults, seniors and kids. We welcome people inclusive of all our diverse races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, gender expressions, faith backgrounds, physical capacities and other gifts. All are invited to full participation and leadership. We share our building with our partners: the Spanish-speaking Toronto Mennonite New Life Church and the Mennonite New Life Centre of Toronto, which supports newcomers.

Danforth Mennonite and Toronto United Mennonite collaborated on the initial vision for St Clair O’Connor Community, and members of the two communities have offered a lot of their talents and skills over the years, as architects, designers, administrators, volunteers, and of course as residents! These congregations support the chaplaincy program and contribute members to the board. Being part of SCOC’s mission to nurture the health and wellbeing of older adults and families is both a labour of love, and an expression of faith.