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The Jane Finch Faith Community was first known as the Black Creek Faith Community. Pastors Clayton Kuepfer and Amy Kuepfer served in 2008 as congregational leaders. In 1995 there were 10 members; in 2000, 22. The congregation has been affiliated with the Mennonite Church Eastern Canada (1993-) and the Conference of Mennonites in Canada / Mennonite Church Canada (1995-). The language of worship is English.

The congregation formally organized in 1993. Dalton Jantzi is considered the founding leader of the group; he began a chaplaincy program in the building in 1980. The congregation originated through outreach by the Missions Committee of the Mennonite Conference of Ontario and Quebec.

The congregation is based in a public housing apartment building in Metropolitan Toronto.

[edit] Bibliography

Draper, Barb. "Church ministers among gun violence." Canadian Mennonite 10, no. 1 (9 January 2006): 21.

"Transcript: Dalton Jantzi." The Black Creek Living History Project. May 2011. Web.

Mennonite Reporter (9 July 1990): 15; (31 May 1993): 12; (11 December 1995): 17.

[edit] Additional Information

Address: 15 Tobermory Drive # 108, Toronto, Ontario

Phone: 416-981-4897


Denominational Affiliations:

Mennonite Church Eastern Canada

Mennonite Church Canada

[edit] Ordained Leaders at Jane Finch Faith Community

Name Years
of Service
Dalton Jantzi 1980-1997
Sue C. Steiner
Clayton & Amy Kuepfer 1998-2009
Nancy Brubaker
Hans Peters 2010-2016

[edit] Membership at Jane Finch Faith Community

Year Membership
1995 0
2008 24
2015 23

[edit] Map

Map:Jane Finch Faith Community (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

Author(s) Sam Steiner
Date Published July 2000

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Steiner, Sam. "Jane Finch Faith Community (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. July 2000. Web. 25 Apr 2017.,_Ontario,_Canada)&oldid=141816.

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