Ontario Churches

Churches in Ontario

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Catholic Church, Moosonee
Roman Catholic church in Moosonee. August 1998.
Catholic Church window, Moosonee
Stained glass window in Roman Catholic church in Moosonee. August 1998.
Anglican Church, Moosonee
Church of the Apostles (Anglican) Moosonee. August 1998.
Anglican Church, Moose Factory
St Thomas Anglican Church, Moose Factory. August 1998.
Victoria Square United
Victoria Square United Church, Markham. June 2001.
St James Presbyterian
St James Presbyterian Church, Stouffville. June 2001.
Christ Church
Christ Church in the Tyendinega Mohawk Territory. August 15, 2001.
St. Johns
St. John's Anglican Church, Port Hope. March 2003.
United Church
United Church, Port Hope. March 2003.
Stouffville Memorial
Stouffville Memorial Church. June 2001.
Whitevale United
Whitevale United Church, Whitevale. June 2001.
All Saints Church
All Saints Anglican Church in the Tyendinega Mohawk Territory. August 15, 2001.
Martyrs Shrine
Martyrs Shrine, Midland. August, 1996.
Hay Bay Church
Hay Bay Church, built 1792. March 2002.
Columbus Community Church
Columbus Community Church, Oshawa. May 2002.
St Johns Presbyterian
St John's Presbyterian, Port Perry. May 2002.
St Peters
St. Peter's Anglican, Cobourg. March 2003.
Calvary Baptist Church, Cobourg. March 2003.
Slovak Catholic
Slovak Catholic Church of the Transfiguration, Byzantine Rite, Markham. June 2001.
Loyalist Memorial Church
Loyalist Memorial Church in Adolphustown. March, 2002.
Brantford Mohawk Church
Her Majesty's Chapel of the Mohawks (Anglican), Brantford. August 2000.
Trinity United
Trinity United Church, Cobourg. March 2003.
Sharon Temple
Sharon Temple, Sharon. June 2001.
St Thomas Anglican
St Thomas Anglican Church, Brooklin. May 2002.
Christ Church, Holland Landing
Christ Church, Anglican, Holland Landing. October 2001.
Old St Thomas Church
Historic Old Church in St Thomas, Ontario, built in 1823. August 2000.
St Andrews
St. Andrews Presbyterian, Cobourg. March 2003.


“A man is accepted into church for what he believes and turned out for what he knows.”
Mark Twain.

“I have never seen the slightest scientific proof of the religious theories of heaven and hell, of future life for individuals, or of a personal God.”
Thomas Edison.

“I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect, had intended for us to forgo their use.”
Galileo Galilei.

“We must question the story logic of having an all-knowing all-powerful God, who creates faulty Humans, and then blames them for his own mistakes.”
Gene Roddenberry.

Q: Do you believe in God?
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Q: How important is your Judaism to you?
A: It isn’t. My humanism is.

Interview with Barry Manilow in The Independent, November 18, 1998.