ABOUT TORONTO CONFERENCE
We are a vibrant and diverse assembly of ministries reaching from the shores of Lake Ontario to Georgian Bay, Muskoka to Mississauga.
The United Church of Canada is in a transition process involving major changes in the organization.
WE ARE AN AFFIRMING CONFERENCE
At the 93 Annual General Meeting in May 2017 Toronto Conference voted to become an Affirming Ministry.
Toronto Conference News
Dear Premier Ford
Posted August 01, 2018
In July of 2018, 350+ United Church of Canada ministry leaders sent the new Ontario government a letter outlining issues we would like Premier Ford to keep in mind as policies are crafted. This is the video version of that letter, featuring ministers from all over the province. Read the full letter at http://www.OntarioUCCMinisters.org
Prayers for the people of the Danforth Community in Toronto
Posted July 23, 2018
We offer our prayers, our sorrow, and our tears, to and for the people of the Danforth Community in Toronto. We pray for the victims, for those whose lives have been altered and changed by these events. We give thanks for the First Responders, for their actions that saved lives, and pray for peace to … Continued
Region 10 Transition Commission prepares to meet: please keep them in your prayers
Posted June 12, 2018
The Region 10 Transition Commission will have its first meeting on Friday, June 22, 2018 at the Toronto Conference Office.
Thanks to all who contributed to the final Annual Meeting of Toronto Conference
Posted May 29, 2018
The photo album and the link to the archive of the Livestream for the Annual meeting are now available on the Annual Meeting page. Additional photos to the album will be added through the week.
A Prayer for Peaceful Coexistence and Prosperity on the Korean Peninsula
Posted May 26, 2018
A Prayer for Peaceful Coexistence and Prosperity on the Korean Peninsula “For Christ is our peace, who made both groups into one and broke down the barrier of hostility that kept us apart … in order to make the two into one new person, thus establishing peace and reconciling us all to God in one … Continued