The Diocese of Toronto is the largest and most diverse of 30 dioceses in the Anglican Church of Canada. it consists of 285 congregations in 217 parishes – as well as chaplaincies and missions in hospitals, schools, universities, and prisons – in an area covering 26,000 square kilometers. According to the 1996 census, of the nearly 5 million people who live within the diocesan boundaries, just under 10% claim to be affiliated with the Anglican Church, with about 90,000 people identified on parish rolls. The diocese is home to many ethnic and language-based congregations, including Chinese, Filipino, French, Hispanic, Japanese, Korean and Tamil. The present diocesan bishop of Toronto is Archbishop Colin Johnson who is assisted by four suffragan or assistant bishops, each assigned to pastoral oversight of an area of the diocese

  • Outreach & Advocacy Conference

    Please Join Us for the 2015 Outreach & Advocacy Conference with a Keynote Address by Dr. Alex Himelfarb Anglicans from across the Diocese of Toronto are invited to register for the 2015 Outreach & Advocacy Conference, taking place at Holy Trinity School in Richmond Hill on Saturday October 17 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. The […]
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  • Accra Diocese Creates New Archdeaconry

    East which was carved out of Accra East and Accra North Archdeaconries. This new development was made known during the First Session of the Twenty-Second Synod held at Christ Anglican Church, Legon on Wednesday 15th – Friday 17th July, 2015. Parishes under this new Archdeaconry are: St. Peter, Madina; Christ Anglican Church, Legon; SS Peter […]
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    Revd Canon George Kotei Neequaye
  • Archbishop writes to parishes, urging support for refugees

    To Active Clergy and Churchwardens in the Diocese of Toronto Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, Over the past few days, many of you have been in contact with the Diocesan office to find out more about sponsoring Syrian refugee families in this time of crisis. All of us here share your concern and are […]
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