Ives, of Canadian ancestry, though not living in Canada at the time. Christianity in Canada The majority of Canadian Christians attend church services infrequently.
The majority of Canadian Christians attend church services infrequently. Cross-national surveys of religiosity rates such as the Pew Global Attitudes Project indicate that, on average, Canadian Christians are less observant than those of the United States but are still more overtly religious than their counterparts in Western Europe.
This American magazine reported that three polls conducted by Focus on the FamilyTime Canada and the Vanier Institute of the Family showed church attendance increasing for the first time in a generation, with weekly attendance at 25 per cent.
This number is similar to the statistics reported by premier Canadian sociologist of religion, Prof.
Reginald Bibby of the University of Lethbridgewho has been studying Canadian religious patterns since The Egyptian population in Ontario and Quebec Greater Toronto in particular has seen a large influx of the Coptic Orthodox population in just a few decades.
The relatively large Ukrainian population of Manitoba and Saskatchewan has produced many followers of the Ukrainian Catholic and Ukrainian Orthodox Churcheswhile southern Manitoba has been settled largely by Mennonites.
The concentration of these smaller groups often varies greatly across the country. Baptists are especially numerous in the Maritimes.
The Maritimes, prairie provinces, and southwestern Ontario have significant numbers of Lutherans. Southwest Ontario has seen large numbers of German and Russian immigrants, including many Mennonites and Hutteritesas well as a significant contingent of Dutch Reformed. Alberta has seen considerable immigration from the American plains, creating a significant Mormon minority in that province.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints claimed to havemembers 74, of whom in Alberta at the end of Canada as a nation is becoming increasingly religiously diverse, especially in large urban centres such as TorontoVancouverand Montrealwhere minority groups and new immigrants who make up the growth in most religious groups congregate.
Two significant trends become clear when the current religious landscape is examined closely. The other is the increasing presence of ethnically diverse immigration within the religious makeup of the country.
This increased influx of ethnic immigrants not only affects the types of religions represented in the Canadian context but also the increasingly multicultural and multilingual makeup of individual Christian denominations. From Chinese Anglican or Korean United Church communities, to the Lutheran focus on providing much needed services to immigrants new to the Canadian context and English languageimmigration is making changes.
This of course will depend on the background of the immigrant population, as in the Hong Kong context where ordination of Florence Li Tim Oi happened long before women's ordination was ever raised on the Canadian Anglican church level.
This high commitment would seem to translate into the kind of political power evangelicals in the United States enjoy but despite Canada's historically Christian background as Lori Beaman notes neatly " Much as many Roman Catholics in Quebec ignore the Church's stance on birth controlabortionor premarital sexthe churches do not dictate much of the daily lives of regular Canadians.
This religious event was the largest tourist attraction to Toronto  in the year This event was characterized by unusual religious ecstascy such as being slain in the Spiritlaughing uncontrollablyand other odd behavior. A study estimates some 43, believers in Christ from a Muslim background in Canada, most of whom belong to the evangelical tradition.Disclaimer: This work has been submitted by a student.
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