Last updated on January 16th, 2024
Our Partners and Links
https://www.lutherlyncamp.ca/ 909 Zadow Rd, Golden Lake, ON K0J 1X0
(613) 625-2994 Camp Lutherlyn is the place for fun summer activities such as swimming, canoeing, campfires, singing, laughing, and making wonderful memories together.
https://canadalutheran.ca/ continues to nurture the Lutheran spirit by providing information, inspiration and interpretation of particular interest and benefit to the members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada. Published eight times a year, every issue is packed with feature articles, synod news, and explores our faith and its role in our lives and those around us.
CHLO-AM 530 Radio
https://am530.ca/ 416 233-7368 email@example.com This multilingual radio station CHLO-AM 530 runs a German language program from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon on Sundays. Martin Luther Church is featured at 9:30 am with a radio devotion live and later archived as podcast on our website. Since 1984, CHLO-AM 530 (formerly CIAO-AM) has provided quality programming to hundreds of thousands of new Canadians in Brampton and the Greater Toronto Area in a variety of languages.
Deutsche Sprachschulen (Metro Toronto) Inc.
Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School, 32 Montgomery Road, Etobicoke, ON M8X 1Z4 https://www.dssgta.org/ Contact Mrs. Ines Henneke, Principal/Schulleiterin, 416-900-6068 The Deutsche Sprachschulen (Metro Toronto) Inc. (“DSS”) is a non-profit organization comprised of three schools within the Greater Toronto Area: Richmond Hill, Scarborough and Toronto Central West (Etobicoke).
ECULINKS Etobicoke (Ecumenical Links)
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Chair: Peter Patterson, Christ Church St. James Anglican Church, Vice chair: Cora Dusk, Our Lady of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church. ECULINKS Etobicoke is an informal, volunteer-driven group of social justice, faith-based people, from churches in Etobicoke. Its mission focuses on networking, information-sharing, connecting and support for church social justice programs that will lead to greater understanding and clarity around outreach and social justice issues. It encourages churches and faith-based organizations to address and confront social justice and outreach issues that are both short-term immediate need and longer-term with deeper root causes. ECULINKS meets about four or five times a year on a Friday morning to share information and discuss issues to address together and bring to the attention of our individual parishes and congregations.
Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany
2 Bloor Street East, 25th Floor, Toronto, Ontario, M4W 1A8, Canada
416.925.2813, email@example.com, http://www.canada.diplo.de The German Consulate in Toronto runs various consular services to local, German, and international citizens in Canada. The Consulate supports Canadian, German and international citizens through its consular services. This includes providing information about German economy, culture and education, the requirements and process of getting German Citizenship or obtaining a German Visa.
German International School (GIST)
25 Burnhamthorpe Rd., Toronto, ON 416-922-6413, firstname.lastname@example.org, https://www.gistonline.ca/ The German International School Toronto is a private, co-educational, German immersion primary school which provides a unique environment for learning in German, English and French. Students from the GIST have participated in services to make special events like the first day of school and Christmas. They have also participated in Holocaust Education Week presentations are our church.
Holocaust Education Week
Sarah and Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre, UJA Federation of Greater Toronto, The Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre, 4600 Bathurst Street, 4th floor, Toronto, ON M2R 3V2
416-631-5689, email@example.com, https://www.holocaustcentre.com/hewHolocaust Education Week is hosted by the Sarah and Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre. It is a week long event that generates knowledge and understanding about the Holocaust through a variety of activities for all ages. Holocaust Education Week reaches over 30, 000 community members each year in the GTA, and features lecturers and Holocaust survivors speakers. Martin Luther Church has been hosting events during Holocaust Education Week ever since 2017.
Lakeshore Lodge Long-Term Care Home
3197 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto, ON M8V 3X5 416-392-9400 Lakeshore Lodge is a long-term care home operated by the City of Toronto. The Lodge invites community churches like Martin Luther Church to convene services as part of their religious care during the week and on Sundays. In 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic our services there are suspended until further notice.
Loaves and Fishes Growing Project – Simcoe
A growing project in support of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank, located throughout South Simcoe County. The Loaves and Fishes Growing Project began in the fall of 1997 when a group of local farmers and individuals gathered at the Bond Head United Church. They made plans to grow corn, soybeans and wheat to donate to the Canadian Food Grains Bank. The biblical story of the Loaves and Fishes highlights that when a little is given to feed the hungry it is multiplied many times over. Our efforts make a difference no matter how small. This was evident once again in 2020, our project’s 23rd year. The CFGB is a Christian organization, which consists of 15-member church denominations that provide food and development assistance to people in need through the mission/relief/development agencies of the churches involved. Global hunger is on the rise due to conflict, a changing climate and now COVID-19 which makes this work even more important. Our community is incredibly generous in giving both time and resources for this cause.
Moll Berczy Haus
1020 McNicoll Avenue, 4th Floor of Tendercare Living Centre, Scarborough, Ontario M1W 2J6 416-497-3639, firstname.lastname@example.org Moll Berczy Haus, ( https://www.tendercare.ca/tendercare/moll-berczy-haus/) established in 1996, is Toronto’s only Residence for German Speaking Seniors, offering security, comfort and happiness to their German speaking residents. Martin Luther Church convenes services there throughout the year.
Wesley Mimico United Church – Food Ministry
Phone: 416-546-5737, Email: email@example.com Unfortunately, in 2020 due the COVID-19 pandemic the Community Lunch and Food Bank at Martin Luther Church is suspended until further notice. But, Bob Sharkey has said, “Wesley Mimico’s Food Bank has continued since March 2020 by means of home deliveries. COVID-19 has intensified the need for support. Consequently, we have greatly increased the food delivered and also provide a grocery gift certificate so clients can supplement our non-perishable food with perishable purchases such as vegetables and meat. Delivery and shopping is done in a socially distanced manner.” Prior to the pandemic, every Saturday, Wesley Mimico United Church https://www.wmuc.ca/ offered food ministry in the Martin Luther Church basement, welcoming people of all ages, backgrounds and economic circumstances. WMUC has a long history of supporting the local community by providing warm meals and supplying urgently needed groceries to our Mimico area residents since 1996.