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Invitation card to mission in 1907.
Source: First Mennonite Church (Vineland) collection, Mennonite Archives of Ontario

The Faith Hope Charity Mission was located at 461 King St. East, Toronto, Ontario. The congregation dissolved in 1910. It had been affiliated with the Mennonite Conference of Ontario (1907-1910). The language of worship was English.

The congregation began services in 1907. Samuel Honderich is considered the founding leader of the group. The congregation originated through outreach by the Mennonite Conference of Ontario and the Mennonite Board of Missions and Charities.

The initial meeting place was at 75 Tate St. The move to King St. took place in November 1907, nine months later. Samuel Honderich was assisted by Lena Weber and Bernice Devitt of Waterloo. This mission effort was replaced by Danforth Mennonite Church in 1910.

[edit] Bibliography

Burkholder, L. J. A Brief History of the Mennonites in Ontario. Kitchener, Ont. : Mennonite Conference of Ontario, 1935: 111-114.

Chapman, Harry. "History of Toronto Mission." 1928, Copied  by Carson Moyer, 1955, 8 pp. Mennonite Archives of Ontario.

See Danforth collection at Mennonite Archives of Ontario.

Author(s) Marlene Epp
Date Published January 1989

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