Faith Connections


Spiritual Growth and Community Building for Young Adults


Looking for a place to discuss culture & politics over a beer? Wanting to get to know other young adults in the GTA? Curious about your faith? Interested in opportunities to give back to your community? Then scroll on!

Welcoming young adults (aged 18 to 39), Faith Connections’ wide variety of events are inclusive places to meet young adults who are searching for ways to grow spiritually, deepen their faith, and build community. Anything from a visit to the AGO for “Christ and Culture” to a discussion on politics, the environment, faith or more at “Theology on Tap”, we welcome you to join us.

Our events are open to all young adults: single, married or divorced, differently abled, religious, students, employed or not, spiritually minded or struggling with their faith… all.

Connect with us is through our social media below or our newsletter.

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As young adults, we often lead hectic, busy lives. In spiritual direction, we are invited to slow down and recognize the grace and presence of God in our lives. Some reasons you might want spiritual direction include:

  • To share disappointments, losses or struggles
  • To find affirmation and encouragement
  • For discernment in decisions
  • For support to integrate spirituality with daily life

Many spiritual directors will request a nominal fee while others may accept free-will donations or even volunteer their time. Faith Connections would be pleased to help you in your search for a spiritual director.




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#firstnations #metis #Inuit #TkarontoForAll #canadaToday is July 1st, Canada Day. Many newcomers have been taking the citizenship oath specifically on this day as a symbol of their belonging to this new country. However, Discover Canada, the booklet that immigrants have to study to pass their citizenship, fails to deliver the true history of the relationship between Indigenous peoples and European settlers. “The citizenship exam attempts to bring new immigrants into Canada as allies of colonialism and frames Canada as a benevolent nation.”

The Truth & Reconciliation Committee, among others, has called for a new citizenship oath to reflect the responsibilities stemming from the Treaties and to teach newcomers about the Indigenous ways of belonging. Will you commit to learn about Canada’s history from sources written by Indigenous authors and to decolonize your mind and heart?
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Volunteers make a big difference to our programs! We offer a variety of roles:

  • Bloggers who can write for our website about our various events
  • Greeters to welcome people at the door as they arrive
  • Crew members who can help with setup and cleaning at events
  • Photographers who can use their creativity to capture our events
  • Ambassadors who can help spread the word about Faith Connections through sharing our events with their parishes and other means
  • Facilitators who would like to share their special skills with young adults such as: public speakers, scripture scholars, liturgical dancers, etc. 



101 Thorncliffe Park Drive
Toronto, ON M4H 1M2
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Sabrina Chiefari
Program Director
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