Threshold Ministries exists to help bring people from all walks of life into a living relationship with Jesus Christ and His people.
The Anglican Order of Preachers (also known as the Dominicans) traces its heritage back to Saint Dominic de Guzman in the thirteen century. The Order is committed to the proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, especially through preaching and teaching, as well as other mediums; including, but not limited to scholarship, writing, the arts, and social justice witness.
Anglican Dominicans may be celibate or married, lay or ordained, male or female.
They take vows of simplicity, purity, and obedience. Continue reading “Anglican Order of Preachers”
Ministry and life of the community:
Founded in 1979 as a House of Prayer and Hospitality we also operate a thrift shop funds generated are used to assist persons in need. Continue reading “The Society of Our Lady Saint Mary”
The Sisters of Saint Gregory is a canonically recognized community of women in the Episcopal Church who have been called together by God to live the vowed life in a diversity of styles and spiritualities in the world.
We live intentionally dispersed, coming together twice a year for convocation, retreat, business, fellowship and worship.
We are women of prayer; lovers of God; servants of the holy, catholic and apostolic Church. Continue reading “The Sisters of Saint Gregory”
The Worker Sisters and Brothers of The Holy Spirit is an International Covenant Community which seeks to respond to God’s call through the power of the Holy Spirit, participate in Jesus Christ’s vision of unity, become his holy people, show forth Fruit, and in obedience to his command, go forth into the world. It offers women and men, married, single, divorced, or partnered a path for individual spiritual growth through a life commitment to a Rule which provides an opportunity to experience prayer, worship, becoming, discovery, belonging, relating, commitment, and mission.
Emmaus Anglican Church is a new church community in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, established September 1, 2016, after two city Anglican congregations, St. John the Evangelist and St. Matthew, merged together to form a new faith community.
The decision to establish Emmaus came after a year-long process in which some area congregations imagined and investigated fresh possibilities for the future shape of their ministry in the city.
416-767-9081 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Priory houses a small community in a Victorian-style home near Toronto’s scenic High Park. Members of the community participate in a daily cycle of prayer, study, and work. We have a number of guest rooms and provide hospitality as well.
Members of the community are available to lead retreats and quiet days at Parishes and other locations. We also offer quiet days, days of prayer, and other programs at the Priory.
(416) 834-3400 | email@example.com
Contemplative Fire is a dispersed monastic community that follows a rhythm of life of ‘Travelling Light – Dwelling Deep” that is rooted in prayer, study and joyful action. Drawing from the broad Christian contemplative tradition, we seek to be fully present to the kingdom of God right here and right now. As our name implies we enjoy the mystery and paradoxes of life, of being both contemplative and on fire.
416-226-2201 ext 301 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sisterhood of St John the Divine is a monastic community of women within the Anglican Church of Canada. Founded in Toronto, we are a prayer- and gospel-centered monastic community, bound together by the call to live out our baptismal covenant through the vows of poverty, chastity and obedience. These vows anchor us in Jesus’ life and the transforming experience of the Gospel. Nurtured by our founding vision of prayer, community and service, we are open and responsive to the needs of the Church and the world, continually seeking the guidance of the Holy Spirit in our life and ministries. Continue reading “Sisters of St. John the Divine”
A Christian Community in Parkdale, Toronto
Our simple vision is captured in these two verses from the bible. We seek, like the earliest disciples of Jesus, to live a life of friendship, prayer, study — and shared meals.
And, like the ancient Hebrew prophet from whom we derive our name, we seek the well-being of our neighbourhood of Parkdale.