St. Andrew's United Church

Local nameSt. Andrew's United Church
LocationToronto, Canada

St. Andrew's United Church is an historic congregation of the United Church of Canada in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Located in the city's downtown core near the intersection of Yonge and Bloor it is a combination of five other downtown Toronto congregations. The church originated from St. Andrew's Church, founded in 1830 as the first Church of Scotland congregation in what was then the town of York. The original St. Andrew's was located at the corner of Adelaide and Church Streets. By the 1870s it had become clear that a new church was needed. The downtown core had moved westward, and most of the congregation wanted to shift in that direction as well, but a minority staunchly opposed the idea. With the congregation thus split, the majority moved to a new structure at King and Simcoe in 1876 that still exists today as St. Andrew's Church.

Tags Place of WorshipChristian
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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Andrew's_United_Church

Address Bloor Street East 117, Toronto

Coordinates 43°40'11.898" N -79°23'2.164" E

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