Church of Jesus Christ at Armageddon / Love Family

The Love Family, or the Church of Jesus Christ at Armageddon, was a U.S. communal religious movement led by Paul Erdman, who renamed himself Love Israel. The Love Family began in 1968 as one small communal household on Queen Anne Hill, Seattle, and within the first ten years, it expanded to a network of communal homes and businesses. As more people arrived and settled in the surrounding neighborhood, Erdman, as the leader, continued to inherit land and homes (primarily from those who joined) in other, more rural areas of Washington State, Alaska, and Hawaii.

A Course in Miracles International

A Course In Miracles International represents the millions of teachers and students of the Course who individually or through healing centers or transformational study groups are discovering the peace of enlightened mind for which all humanity yearns. The healing of body, mind and spirit through the training of our Course is being practiced in virtually every country of the world. Our interest in educational dissemination and outreach follows from our personal imperative to extend Jesus Christ’s message of love and forgiveness to the world.


Aglow International is a Transformational Kingdom Culture with mindsets not of this world. As a Kingdom Movement, we are committed to seeing God’s will done on earth as it is in Heaven by raising up champions and warriors across the earth who will bring freedom to the oppressed while providing opportunities for everyone in our spheres of influence to grow into radiant relationships with each other, as well as, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

Alpha and Omega Ministries

Alpha and Omega Ministries is a Christian apologetics organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. We believe the Bible to be the written revelation of God, complete and sufficient in all respects. We believe the Scriptures to be “God-breathed” and therefore fully authoritative in and of themselves; they rely for their authority upon no church, council, or creed, but are authoritative simply because they are the Word of God. The Scriptures, as they embody the very speaking of God, partake of His authority, His power.

American/Canadian Society for the Defence of the Tradition, Family & Property

The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) is an organization of lay Catholic Americans concerned about the moral crisis shaking the remnants of Christian civilization. Its earliest origins date back to January 1971, when the first TFP members started to group around the publication Crusade for a Christian Civilization. Today, with over 120,000 active members, volunteers and donors, the TFP is on the front lines of the Culture War, peacefully defending the values of tradition, family and private ownership.

Americas Promise Ministries

Our ministry began in 1967 when Pastor Sheldon Emry followed the direction of the Holy Spirit and moved from Minneapolis to Phoenix, Arizona, to start this work. He had spent seven years learning from Pastor C. O. Stadsklev of Hopkins, Minnesota, and also done much in depth study on his own. Pastor Emry died in 1985 and the mantle of the ministry fell to Dave Barley in 1987. In 1991 we moved from Phoenix, Arizona, to Sandpoint, Idaho, at the Lord’s direction and have now been here 20 wonderful years.

Ancient British Church of North America

The Ancient British Church in North America is a small Western Rite Orthodox body founded by Bp. Jonathan V. Zotique (Mar Zotikos), its presiding bishop. Mar Zotikos was a Franciscan monk who received consecration through Old Catholic sources. The church’s ministry, which is built around a small group of independent Franciscans, both priests and lay brothers, is directed to the sexual minorities of Toronto (homosexuals, transsexuals, transvestites, prostitutes) and others (e.g., drug addicts) who feel rejected by the Eastern Orthodox communions and the Roman Catholic Church. As independent Franciscans, the group sees itself as being “for, of, and by gay Christians holding hope that in good faith we can touch the charity of the Church of Christ as a whole.”

Ant Hill Kids

In the mid-1970s, Thériault used his exceptional charismatic skills to begin to convince a group of people to leave their jobs and homes to join him in a religious movement. Thériault formed the cult in 1977 in Sainte-Marie, Quebec, with the goal to form a commune where people could freely listen to his motivational speeches, live in unity and equality, and be free of sin. He prohibited the group from remaining in contact with their families and with the Seventh-day Adventist Church, as this was against his cult’s values of freedom. Thériault’s fear of the end of the world grew, claiming that God had warned him that it would come in February 1979, and used the commune to prepare for it. In 1978, in preparation, Thériault moved his commune by hiking to a mountainside he called “Eternal Mountain” in Saint-Jogues, in the sparsely populated Gaspé Peninsula, where he claimed they could all be saved. There, Thériault made the commune build their town while he relaxed, comparing them to ants working in an ant hill, naming the group the Ant Hill Kids. In February 1979, when the apocalypse did not occur, people started questioning Thériault’s wisdom, but he defended himself saying that time on Earth and in God’s world were not parallel, therefore it was a miscalculation. To expand the community as well as keep the members devoted, Thériault married and impregnated all of the women, fathering over 20 children with 9 female members of the group, and by the 1980s there were nearly 40 members. Followers were made to wear identical tunics to represent equality and their devotion to the commune. In 1984, the group relocated from Quebec to a new site near Burnt River, Ontario. They are now dissolved.

Apostles of Infinite Love

The Order of the Magnificat of the Mother of God, established in the Province of Quebec since 1962, is also known by the name: The Apostles of Infinite Love. They were legally recognized as of 1963. Since 1973, they possess a federal charter for all of Canada, and one for the Province of Quebec by virtue of the Religious Corporations Act. The Apostles of Infinite Love are also recognized in Canada as a registered charity. Here in Canada, we labor mainly in Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia.

Apostolic Church of Pentecost of Canada

The Apostolic Church of Pentecost is a Fellowship that represents hundreds of churches and credentialed ministers across Canada. We’re committed to being a global movement of passionate people extending God’s grace and igniting hope in every community and strive to develop and release effective leaders and healthy churches who transform communities.

Apostolic Johannite Church

Many of us seek a real spiritual community which is loving, inclusive, spiritually lively and empowering of people of all genders, races and sexualities, both rich and poor. The Johannite tradition represents just such a community: founded by Saint John the beloved disciple of Jesus, rooted in the tradition of John the Baptist and guided by direct, experiential contact with the Divine, this tradition encourages personal responsibility and freedom of thought and practice. The Apostolic Johannite Church is a global network of Johannite communities that focus on supporting individual and direct experience of the Divine through fellowship, meditation and prayer, service and ritual, lively discussion and study.

Assemblies of Yahweh

Assemblies of Yahweh is a nonprofit religious organization with its International Headquarters located at Bethel, Pennsylvania. Doctrinally the Assemblies of Yahweh holds a conservative position in biblical interpretation. We affirm that the teachings of the sacred Scriptures must be interpreted as literally as possible and its precepts faithfully obeyed by the dedicated believers. Standing between the great religions of the west, Christianity and Judaism, the Assemblies of Yahweh today holds a similar position to that of the Nazarenes mentioned in Acts 24:5. As did the Nazarenes, the Assemblies of Yahweh today strives to fulfill the description of the True Worshipers found in Revelation 12:17 and 14:12 by keeping the commandments of Yahweh and holding a living faith in the Messiah.

Association of Vineyard Churches

We are a community of faith communities on the Canadian landscape, discerning our “step by step” journey as a faithful Christian presence in society, serving our neighbourhoods, civic spaces, indigenous lands and peoples, provinces, territories, nation, and world with the shared faith and resources God has entrusted to us. We do it all in the name of Jesus. Riffing on Jesus’ description of faith community as a vine and branches, one of the earliest architects of its expression described Jesus’ church as a body. There are many parts. There is much diversity. The discovery for us is not how we can all do the same things, but rather, where we fit.

Believers LoveWorld Ministires (Christ Embassy International)

Christ Embassy also known as Believers’ LoveWorld Incorporated, is a megachurch and a Christian denomination founded by pastor Chris Oyakhilome in 1987. The Church, with headquarters in Lagos has since become a global network of churches with congregations in many countries, and approximately 13 million members all over the world.

Bethel Church

Bethel is a congregation rooted in the love of God and dedicated to worldwide transformation through revival. It’s our goal for God’s love to be manifest in signs, wonders and miracles. The atmosphere at Bethel is charged with faith and exuberant joy, which manifests in all we do. We believe we’re on the edge of the greatest revival of all time. It’s our vision to see history become His-story as the kingdom of this world becomes the kingdom of our God. We welcome you to join us in this adventure!

British-Israel-World Federation

Catch the Fire

Catch The Fire is an international family of churches and ministries that was birthed as a result of the incredible revival that began in Toronto in 1994. Led by John & Carol Arnott, the church (formerly Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship) came to the world’s attention as a place where God was meeting with His people. Catch The Fire has a growing family of churches spread across the globe, a training college with international campuses, missions programs, partnerships, and special events. Our desire is to reach the world with Jesus through the sharing of our values, equipping people, and releasing them to bring revival to their nations.

Child Evangelism Fellowship Canada

Child Evangelism Fellowship is an evangelical, Bible-centred mission whose purpose is to evangelize boys and girls with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and to establish (disciple) them in the Word of God and in a local church for Christian living. Our concern in seeking to evangelize children is that, “not one of these little ones should perish.”

Church of God and Saints of Christ

The Church of God and Saints of Christ is a Black Hebrew Israelite religious group established in Lawrence, Kansas, by William Saunders Crowdy in 1896. William Crowdy began congregations in several cities in the Midwestern and Eastern United States, and sent an emissary to organize locations in at least six African countries. The congregation later established locations in Cuba and the West Indies.

Church of God Canada

For nearly 120 years the Church of God has been a distinctive movement focused upon communicating the gospel in the power of the Holy Spirit. Presently, the Church of God has a world-wide membership of over 6 million with a presence in nearly 150 countries. Leaders of the Church of God are recognized as some of the most respected Pentecostal leaders of today.

Church of God Ministry of Jesus Christ International

The Church of God Ministry of Jesus Christ International was created in 1972 as a Christian Church guided by the Holy Spirit and as practitioners of the Bible.

Community of the Lady of All People

From March 25, 1945 to May 31, 1959, Mary appeared fifty-five times to her messenger, Ida Peerdeman, a maiden lady who was 39 years old at the beginning of the apparitions and who lived in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Presenting herself as the Lady of All Peoples, Mary gave Ida important messages for the Church and the world. Now, in that same period, in Quebec, Mary was informing her handmaid, Marie-Paule of the life of moral and physical sufferings awaiting her. At the age of 12, Marie-Paule, a native of Lac-Etchemin, had given herself to divine Justice for the salvation of souls. Following this she experienced the cross under all its forms: physical, moral and spiritual sufferings accepted in silence, love and offering at every moment. In 1958, the Marian year celebrating the centennial of Mary’s apparitions to Bernadette Soubirous (Lourdes), Marie-Paule’s spiritual director ordered her to write her life – Life of Love, title given to her by the Lord Himself. In 1967, Raoul Auclair from France, a Marian and eschatological author, published the book La Dame de tous les Peuples [“The Lady of All Peoples”] after a lecture he had given on the subject in Paris. This book was distributed in Quebec in the same year, and Marie-Paule received a copy of it from a lady friend. She read it and discovered the meaning of certain phrases relating to revelations she herself had received in 1958. She read the book five times. She then wholeheartedly adhered to the cause of the Lady of All Peoples, immediately grasping its timeliness and the mystical scope of the messages….


The Doukhobor movement emerged in the 18th century as a Russian Christian peasant reaction to the excessive opulence, elaborate rituals and authoritative practices of the Orthodox Church. Doukhobors practised a simpler form of religion, rejecting the literal Bible and the need for an intermediary priesthood, looking inward within themselves for the Voice of God. Perceiving them as a threat to their authority and concened about the potential for more widespread insurrection, the Russian Orthodox Church and Czarist authorities persecuted the Doukhobors for over two hundred years, particularly at the end of the 19th century when they adopted pacifism and renounced militarism. Assisted by renowned author Leo Tolstoy and Quaker sympathizers, the Doukhobors found refuge from persecution in Canada where they were granted conscientious objector status and were exempted from military service.

Emmanuel Baptist Church

As a fellowship, we celebrate the rich legacy of the founding members – freed black refugees of the war of 1812 – who first settled in the community of Upper Hammonds Plains. The first clergyman to labour among black refugees in the province of Nova Scotia was Rev. John Burton who, in 1794, was ‘the only Baptist in the City of Halifax.’ In 1822, father Burton founded the Hammonds Plains Second Baptist Church. He was succeeded by Baptist pioneer Rev. Richard Preston. In Nova Scotia, Rev. Preston became a great organizer of churches and helped to establish the Hammonds Plains Baptist Church in 1845 along with Deacons Deal Whiley, William Marsman, Gabriel David, and church elders Henry Whiley and Thomas Jones. By 1937, the Church, with Rev. Arthur N. Morgan as Pastor, had a membership of 67. Two years later, the two Baptist churches in the community of Upper Hammonds Plains amalgamated to form Emmanuel Baptist Church.

End Time Handmaidens and Servants

End-Time Handmaidens and Servants are a company of committed, Holy Spirit-Filled Believers in Jesus Christ with a vision for the nations, dedicated to prayer and fasting for building the Kingdom of God.

Grace Communion International

In the early 1930s, Herbert Armstrong began a ministry that eventually became our denomination. He had many unusual doctrines. These he taught so enthusiastically that eventually more than 100,000 people attended weekly services. After he died in 1986, church leaders began to realize that many of his doctrines were not biblical. These doctrines were rejected, and the church is now in full agreement with the statement of faith of the National Association of Evangelicals. To reflect these doctrinal changes, in April 2009, the denomination changed its name to Grace Communion International.

Grace Communion International Canada

In the early 1930s, Herbert Armstrong began a ministry that eventually became our denomination. He had many unusual doctrines. These he taught so enthusiastically that eventually more than 100,000 people attended weekly services. After he died in 1986, church leaders began to realize that many of his doctrines were not biblical. These doctrines were rejected, and the church is now in full agreement with the statement of faith of the National Association of Evangelicals. To reflect these doctrinal changes, in April 2009, the denomination changed its name to Grace Communion International.

Growing in Grace International Ministry

Founder: Jose Luis De Jesus Mirand

Guiding Light Ministries

Guiding Light Ministries, International is a non-denominational present-day truth church. All are welcome to come and worship with us. Like the Tribe of Isachar, it is essential that we as believers be developed to hear and know the voice of God as well as discern the times we are living in.

Rhema word can be expected along with confirmation in the scriptures. Our first services were held March 17, 2004 in the home of Michael and Linda Hardy. Starting out with 8 members, the new church plant received much encouragement and blessings from the pastors of City of Refuge Mission, COGIC. The Hardy’s were long-time faithful members at City of Refuge for 21 years. Says Pastor M. Hardy “My assignment to Pastors Thynoise and Mary Hines was “to stay their hands unto the going down of the sun. As long as their hands were stayed, the congregation received strength to prevail over the enemy”. During house worship, fervent prayer with strong intercession and impartations accomodated the songs and preaching of God’s word. Operation in the gifts of the Holy Ghost as outlined in 1 Co.12; was demonstrated in many of the services.

Harvest Bible Chapel

Harvest Bible Chapel is a nondenominational church and member of the Southern Baptist Convention. In 1988, a group of eighteen people from across the northwest suburbs gathered to form a new church. They had a vision for proclaiming the authority of the Word of God without apology, lifting high the name of Jesus through worship, believing firmly in the power of prayer, and sharing the good news of Jesus with boldness. Harvest Bible Chapel was born on September 18, 1988 with James MacDonald serving as the Senior Pastor.

Since that time the Lord has worked amazing things in our midst for His glory. We are presently ministering on multiple Chicagoland campuses and have many church plants around the world.

Institute in Basic Life Principles

Institute in Basic Life Principles (IBLP) was established for the purpose of introducing people to the Lord Jesus Christ, and is dedicated to giving individuals, families, churches, schools, communities, governments, and businesses clear instruction and training on how to find success by following God’s principles found in Scripture.

These goals are accomplished primarily through seminars, educational programs, printed literature, and the operation of centers to facilitate training.

King’s Community Church

We are a congregation in Langley, British Columbia, Canada, with a vision to serve Jesus Christ whom we worship as Lord and Saviour. Our desire is to see His government acknowledged in every area of life and throughout the world over which He rules as King of Kings. We hope you enjoy your visit to this site.

L’Abri Fellowship International

L’Abri (French for “the Shelter”) is an evangelical Christian organization founded by Francis Schaeffer and his wife Edith in Huémoz-sur-Ollon, Switzerland, on June 5, 1955. They opened their alpine home as a ministry to curious travellers and as a forum to discuss philosophical and religious beliefs. Today, L’Abri houses in various parts of the world continue to offer people a place to stay when they travel.

New Testament Christian Churches of America

The mission of NTCC is to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ around the world, shining as a light in the darkness, planting churches at home and abroad. Our goal; to reach the unreached, to baptize in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost, to teach the Word, and to encourage and exhort one another daily until the coming of our Lord that we may be found in Him in peace without spot and blameless.

Order of Saint Charbel

This new religious Order for Holy Mother Church, founded in 1985 under the patronage of Saint Charbel of Lebanon, began as a free association of the faithful, priests and laypeople. In conformity with the 1983 Code of Canon Law, we established our first Communities in Australia in 1988. It is not a Society or Religious Congregation, but a new Order, which comes under the category of “new forms of consecrated life” provided for in Canon Law (Canon 605). It comprises four Branches and a Confraternity. The Order now has several hundred members living in over twenty-five Communities in various stages of formation, and in seven Countries. Some of these Communities are only in their initial development stage, while others are fairly well established with a basic infrastructure according to the Rule and Constitutions.

People of Praise

The People of Praise is a Christian community of families and single people who seek to participate in the mission of the church in our time and to live our lives communally until the day when Jesus will be all in all. We are charismatic and ecumenical, a covenant community in 22 locations in the US, Canada and the Caribbean.

Regnum Christi (Canada)

Closely Affiliated with Legion of Christ. Regnum Christi is a Catholic movement of evangelization, raised up by the Holy Spirit, to awaken souls to their purpose and mission in life and in the Church. We are a spiritual family who deeply love Christ! We are impelled to reveal His love to others, responding to God’s call within our hearts to seek out, form and send forth apostles, to help the Church build the Kingdom of Christ. Regnum Christi members strive for holiness, communion and creative apostolic action! First, we ourselves seek to be radically transformed by Christ’s merciful love, then becoming formed in our own Christian leadership so that we may evangelize culture and society. We desire to build up a civilization of justice and love. Through God’s grace, Regnum Christi members make a commitment to prayer, formation, and personal accompaniment (the sacraments, spiritual direction, mentoring, etc.), and strive to live the faith vibrantly through small groups and community. In faithful obedience, our members work alongside our local bishops and clergy to offer retreats, formation and education events and outreach programs to help find, form and fuel strong ‘servant leaders’ who can go forth to influence, inspire and ignite many more souls for Christ!

Remnant Fellowship International

Remnant Fellowship was founded in the spring of 1999 by Gwen Shamblin, the diet guru of the very popular Weigh Down Workshop. The Weigh Down Workshop is a diet program which employs Christian principles to help followers lose weight. The program has been offered in thousands of churches and homes across the nation, and internationally as well. The program and Gwen Shamblin received much positive press in the late nineties, and she became very well known in the evangelical community, especially amongst women who participated in the program.

Saints Alive in Jesus

We are a Christian nonprofit corporation founded upon the call of God to witness Jesus to those lost in Mormonism and other cults. Many of us are “Born Again” ex-Mormons who have found the Real Jesus Christ and have received him as our Lord and Savior. Our staff and fellow workers are people who feel the clear and unmistakable call of God to minister Jesus Christ, in love, to the cults and have the solid witness of the indwelling Christ.Sons of Freedom (Freedomites)Began as a small radical movement to reinvigorate the faith, restore the traditional Doukhobor values and protest the sale of land, education, citizenship, and registration of vital statistics. They achieved infamy through civil disobedience, nude marches and burnings. The Sons of Freedom first appeared in Saskatchewan in 1902, but they did not use violence until the mid-1920s, very probably as a reaction to economic pressures in the expanding community. Orthodox Doukhobors were distressed by the actions of the Sons of Freedom, not least because English-Canadians came to consider all Doukhobors to be violent all the time. Nevertheless, it was Sons-of-Freedom disturbances in the early 1950s which led to the appointing of a Royal Commission that negotiated the return of Doukhobor land titles to the occupants for a reasonable payment.

Sovereign Grace Churches

Sovereign Grace is a family of churches who partner together to advance the gospel of Jesus Christ. We seek to fulfill our mission by planting and strengthening churches, training pastors, producing resources, and engaging in missions throughout the world.

The Church of God

Members of this group believe that they are ordained by both prophecy and Divine command to restore the church of God as it was in the Book of Acts, and believes that it alone is the only true church. Most of Daniel Layne’s beliefs in the Revelation scripture originated from some ministers who had left the Church of God (Anderson) reformation movement thirty or so years earlier. This teaching is upheld by the official eschatology, which is a form of church historicism. This Church of God (Restoration) teaches that the sounding of the 7th Trumpet referenced in the book of the Revelation began around the same year in 1980 when Daniel Layne was saved, alleging that there was a general discontent among many of its current adherents that were in various Churches of God at that time. A variation of this “7th Seal message” had been taught in other Churches of God for approximately 50 years prior to this point.

The Family International

The Family International (TFI) is an online Christian community of individuals committed to sharing the message of God’s love with people around the globe. Founded in California during the late 1960s, the Family International has expanded into an international network with members currently in over 80 countries. TFI is a network of globally-minded locally-focused individuals. We are committed to bettering our world through empowering people to develop a personal relationship with God, who can in turn effect change in their part of the world. Members of TFI have been active in mission and charitable work in 95 countries for over four decades.

The Fellowship of Friends

The Fellowship of Friends is an esoteric Christian group that is widely regarded as a cult. Its headquarters are located in Oregon House, on a 1300-acre plot of land that it calls “Apollo,” where about 600 of its members live. The group claims approximately 1200 additional members worldwide. Members are required to pay a tithe on their gross monthly income.The Fellowship of Friends was founded on January 1, 1970, by Robert Earl Burton. It purchased the 1300 acres of land in Oregon House in 1971 and officially registered as a religion in 1979. It describes itself as a Fourth Way spiritual school, though it does not precisely adhere to the original Fourth Way principles developed by George Gurdjieff and Peter Ouspensky. The group believes that since the Fourth Way is based on individual verification and understanding, as well as on personal transmission, their “teacher,” Robert Burton, is free to reinterpret it in his own way, drawing upon Sumerian and Egyptian texts, Greek philosophy (the schools of Pythagoras and Plato), the Old Testament and New Testament (including the Essenes and Gnostics) and certain Sufi and Buddhist teachings from the 9th to the 19th centuries. The group’s stated purpose is to help its members “awaken” spiritually, which it claims will make them immortal. Members believe that this task includes preserving the highest forms of beauty, knowledge, and culture. To this end, they maintain their own ballet troupe and theatre group, as well as engaging in various other artistic endeavours.

The Foursquare Church

The Foursquare Church, officially named the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, is a Pentecostal denomination that resulted from the dynamic evangelistic ministry of Aimee Semple McPherson, who opened the historic Angelus Temple on Jan. 1, 1923.  Following the opening of Angelus Temple, our founder did not take time to rest on her laurels. The first “branch” church from Angelus Temple had its beginnings in Oct. 1923 in Long Beach, Calif. Other Los Angeles-area church plants rapidly ensued in Pasadena, Santa Monica, and Santa Ana; all four churches are still open today. As time passed, Foursquare branched out to the rest of the United States; we now have churches in most of the 50 states, including Hawaii and Alaska.

The General Church of the New Jerusalem (The New Church)

The General Church of the New Jerusalem (also referred to as the General Church or just simply the New Church) is an international church based in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania, and based on the Old Testament, the New Testament, and the theological works of Emanuel Swedenborg (often called the Writings for the New Church or just the Writings). The General Church of the New Jerusalem distinguishes itself from other Swedenborgian churches by teaching that the Writings for the New Church are the Heavenly Doctrine revealed by the Lord in His Second Coming and have authority equal to the Old and New Testaments. It is larger, newer, and more conservative than the Swedenborgian Church of North America.

The General Church of the New Jerusalem in Canada (The New Church)

The General Church of the New Jerusalem in Canada (GCIC for short) is an incorporated national organization of individual church members, groups and congregations devoted to the Christian life and teaching expounded in the works of Emanuel Swedenborg. Please refer to our Beliefs for a summary with Q & A about these teachings.The organization has roots in Canada going back to the 19th century when missionaries from the United States visited Ontario, Manitoba and later the western Provinces to preach, answer questions and support those who were interested in this new, practical theology. Eventually congregations with resident pastors and even church-run elementary schools were established in Toronto and Kitchener (then Berlin), Ontario, and the teachings spread east and west from those centres. Many of the early members in Western Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan were German speaking former Mennonites who because of their extensive knowledge and probing questions about the Christian Scriptures were well positioned to receive the clear explanations of those Scriptures offered by “the New Church.”

The Pilgrims of St. Michael

The Pilgrims of St. Michael were founded in Canada in 1939 by Louis Even and Gilberte Côté-Mercier to promote the development of a better world, a more Christian society, through the diffusion and the implementation of the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church, in every sector of society, especially the economic field.

The Swedenborgian Church North America

Emanuel Swedenborg was born January 29, 1688, in Stockholm, Sweden. He mastered virtually all the known sciences of his time; writing on mathematics, geology, chemistry, physics, mineralogy, astronomy and anatomy. Although he was acknowledged by his contemporaries to be one of the outstanding scientific figures of his generation, the last 27 years of Swedenborg’s life were devoted to writing books on religion. Before this, and even during his period of religious writing, he served as one of the most creative and influential members of the Swedish House of Nobles. Swedenborg’s theological works form the basis of the Swedenborgian Church or, as it is sometimes called today, The Church of the New Jerusalem. Although he never intended a church denomination to be founded or named after him, a society was formed in London 15 years after his death. This 1787 organization eventually spawned the present General Convention of Swedenborgian Churches.

The Way International

The Way is a worldwide, nondenominational Biblical research, teaching, and fellowship ministry headquartered in rural Ohio. It is designed to teach those who are hungering and thirsting for the truth how to understand the Bible. The Way is a unique venture in the study and practical application of the Bible. We are dedicated to setting before people the astonishing accuracy and practicality of God’s Word and letting people decide for themselves whether or not to believe it or use it.

Truth Church of Calgary

“Truth Church is a thriving multi-cultural congregation of about 300 with a vision to have members from every nation of the world. In addition to our main congregation, we also have church plants in the Philippines, Honduras, and Belize. This is only the beginning of our story. God continues to pour out his favor on our assembly, and new people are being added to the church on a regular basis. We look forward to what God has in store for our future, and invite you to be a part of it.”Twelve Tribes”The Twelve Tribes is a confederation of twelve self-governing tribes, composed of self-governing communities. We are disciples of the Son of God whose name in Hebrew is Yahshua. We follow the pattern of the early church in Acts 2:44 and 4:32, truly believing everything that is written in the Old and New Covenants of the Bible, and sharing all things in common.”Universal Pentecostal ChurchThe doctrines of the church include: Trinity, New Birth (being born again), Water Baptism, Baptism of the Holy Spirit as evidenced by speaking in unknown tongues, Separated life from mortal entertainments and sinful circumstances, Divine Healing, Entire Sanctification (of the Body, Soul and Spirit), Overcoming Life, Consecrated Ministry, Rapture, Great Tribulation, Resurrection, The Millennial Reign, The Great White Throne Judgement, and Eternity.They do not believe in wearing jewelry so as to lead a simple life, and encourage divine healing rather than depending on medicine.They discourage watching television or visiting the cinemas. They preach and teach separation from the worldliness, to prepare themselves for the second coming of Jesus Christ.They give utmost importance to holiness in personal life.

Victory Churches International Canada

Victory Churches of Canada is a pioneer, grass roots, apostolic and prophetic movement with a strong church planting heart and is purpose driven. The heartbeat of Victory is Leadership Development, Church Expansion and World Missions. We are dedicated to reach as many people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ as is possible before His return, fulfilling the GREAT COMMISSION.

World Community for Christian Meditation

The World Community teaches the Christian tradition of meditation. Explore the rich context of a simple practical wisdom that brings the truths of faith alive in our own experience.


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