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Toronto Case Study: St.Matthew’s Church sparks community building and neighbourhood development

St.Mathew’s United Church has a building from 1924, with 21,000 square feet located in Toronto’s Wychwood neighbourhood. Shaped by the moral energy and social activism of its Methodist roots, the congregation understands its mission to be a community of faith that serves their surrounding neighbourhood.

"A key to this success, besides the general ethos of the congregation, is its openness to change and development."

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Toronto Graphs:

Toronto: Distribution of Organizations. Toronto: Populations Served by Organization.
   
Toronto: Cost of Renting Faith Space. Toronto: Accessibility of Faith Building.
   
Toronto: Why Faith Buildings? Toronto: Availability of another space in faith-building closed.

 

Download the graphs from the study to learn more about how community organizations are dependent on faith buildings in Toronto.


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