Best Church in Toronto, ON

Handpicked Top 3 Churches in Toronto. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reputation, history, complaints, local reviews, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


65 Church Street, Toronto, ON M5C 2E9

Since 1853

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It was designed by Frederick William Cumberland and a prime example of Gothic Revival architecture - They been designated as an Ontario Heritage Property by the Ministry of Culture and has also been designated as a heritage site by Heritage Toronto



Mon - Fri : 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat & Sun : Closed

The congregation that made up St. James in the 1800's was comprised of the elite of the city. You can see the family names on plaques inside. There are memorials to individuals from the early period and later ones to those who fought in the first world war. The stained glass artwork is excellent, and there are many fine details throughout the building. Interestingly enough, despite it being mostly appreciated for it's history, the Cathedral does have a real living congregation and services.
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65 Bond Street, Toronto, ON M5B 1X5

Since 1848

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IT was designed by William Thomas, designer of eight other churches in the city and was primarily financed by Irish immigrants who resided in the area - They endures as the principal church of the largest English-speaking diocese in Canada



Mon - Sun : 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Went here for Saturday Mass. Being wheelchair-bound, access was easy with the ramp at the front entrance. The inside of the church was so beautiful. Before Mass all we did was gawk around the entire church as there was so much to see. People were friendly and helpful. Never knew we had an accent until we were told so by the locals. It was nice that it was only a short distance from our downtown hotel. The sound system was excellent as we could easily hear the entire Mass.
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131 McCaul Street, Toronto, ON M5T 1W3

Since 1908

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St. Patrick's is the home of the Canadian National Shrine of their Mother of Perpetual Help - The Romanesque Revival church was designed by architect Arthur W. Holmes



While on holidays with my husband, we visited your beautiful church one Saturday evening. The music drew us inside the church. We were just sight seeing not intending to go to church. Mass was in progress. We heard this angelic singing-like nuns, and beautiful organ music. We had not stepped into a church for many years. This music brought back my childhood memories. We decided to come to St. Patrick's Church for the next three Saturdays we were in Toronto.
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