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ABOUT citc

our history

Our history began in September 1985

Through the leadership of Stone Church on Bloor and in partnership with the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada (PAOC), CITC began on the west side of Yonge street. Soon after another rental facility opened up leading to a move across the street to the east side of Yonge. Near the end of the 90's the church congregation looked for alternative locations and landed in the St. Lawrence neighbourhood renting from St. Michael's Catholic school. Around 2003 the congregation moved to a more permanent place in our current location in the David B. Archer Co-operative. God has been good to CITC and used this church to impact many lives!

Donald Miller in his book 'A Million Miles in a Thousand Years', wrote, 'Everyone is writing a story, so go write a good story for God.' This is what CITC has done and continues to do in the St. Lawrence community today.

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