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Centennial-Japanese United Church

United Church of Canada

General Information

The Centennial-Japanese United Church is located at 701 Dovercourt Road in West Toronto. It is just south of Bloor street on the east side of Dovercourt, between the Ossington and Dufferin subway stops.

If you'd like to check out a service at the Centennial United Church, the services take place on Sunday Mornings. The Japanese service is offered in the main church, while the English service takes place in the back of the church (enter on the right side of the church at the back).

There is a coffee hour after the Sunday services where you'll have a chance to meet with the other members of the church. Check it out!

Note: The church has moved to 49 Bogert Ave in Toronto.

United Church of Canada, General Information

The United Church of Canada is Canada's largest protestant denomination, with a membership of approximately 750,000 members, and roughly 3,000,000 adherents. Formed in 1925 by an Act of Parliament, the United Church is composed of Presbyterian, Methodist, Congregationalist, and United Brethren denominations.

The United Church of Canada is active in social and developmental issues throughout the world, and has ties to other denominations worldwide.

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Here is some information about the United Church of Canada from the Kamloops Okanagan Presbytery Home Page:

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