December 25, 2014

Canada Toronto Mission

Here are free resources about the Canada Toronto Mission:

*Other Mission Pages: Canada LDS Missions.

Canada Toronto Mission Address

Here’s a recent address for the Canada Toronto Mission. We try to keep this info up to date, but it’s a good idea to check the address with several sources, including your mission packet or the mission office.

Canada Toronto Mission
1624 Wanless Dr
Brampton ON L7A 0A7
Canada
Phone Number: 1-905-452-7484
Mission President: President Jeffrey L. Shields

Canada Toronto Mission Map

Here’s a link to the mission map for the Canada Toronto Mission (LDS). To access the official, up-to-date LDS.org map for the Toronto Mission:

  1. Log into your LDS account here.
  2. Click here.

Videos with Toronto RMs

Here are in-depth YouTube video interviews with returned missionaries from the Canada Toronto Mission.  We interview hundreds of returned missionaries each year, so check back regularly to see new RM interviews.

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Videos about Canada

Here are LDS-friendly educational videos about Canada. We scoured YouTube to find the best quality videos about Canada, that are free from inappropriate music, immodesty and profanity.

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Canada Toronto Missionary Blogs

Here’s a list of LDS missionary blogs for the Canada Toronto Mission. This list includes the missionary’s name, URL and when their blog was updated.

*Send your missionary a gift (mission-specific shirts, ties, Christmas stockings/ornaments, pillowcases, etc.)

Mission Alumni mission.net/canada/toronto 2016
Elder Cale Bybee eldercalebybee.blogspot.com 2017
Elder & Sister Zobell zobellmissionbarbsteve.blogspot.com 2017
Elder Adam Taylor elderadamtaylor.blogspot.com 2017
Elder Presly Ngerantar elderngerantarmission.blogspot.com 2017
Sister Madison Dille sistermadisondille.blogspot.com 2017
Elder Albert Hanks elderalberthanks.wordpress.com 2017
Elder Jack Bakker elderjackbakker.blogspot.com 2017
Elder Jacob Perry elderjacobperry.blogspot.com 2017
Elder & Sister Swendsen hmfswendsenmission.blogspot.com 2017
Elder Colten Beddes eldercoltenbeddes.blogspot.com 2017
Elder Samuel Smith eldersamueljsmith2015.blogspot.com 2016
Sister Katie Robison sisterkatierobison.blogspot.com 2016
Sister Sharon Yeap sharonyeap-torontomission.blogspot.com 2016
Elder Jaxson Toly eldertoly.blogspot.com 2016
Elder Wehi called2servetorontocanadaelderwehi.blogspot.com 2016
Elder Kyle Ditty elderditty.blogspot.com 2016
Elder Timothy Rodgers eldeardiary.blogspot.com 2016
Elder Gary Crye eldercrye.blogspot.com 2016
Sister Mikkia Osman mikkiaonamission.blogspot.com 2016
Elder Austin Sabin elderaustinsabin.blogspot.com 2016
Elder Wesley Holt mymission.com/elderwesleyholt 2015
Sister Sharie Rowley sistershariedanae.blogspot.com 2015
Sister Kennedy Robb sisterkennedyrobb.blogspot.com 2015
Sister Keena Horton justadashofkeena.blogspot.com 2015
Sister Courtney Howle sistercourtneyhowle.blogspot.com 2015
Elder Ernest Lee elderernestlee.blogspot.com 2015
Sister Brooklyn Davidson dcdav.wordpress.com 2015
Elder Joseph Sopal eldersopal.blogspot.com 2015
Elder Nathan Erasmus nathanerasmus.blogspot.com 2015
Elder Jake Mangakahia missionsite.net/elderjakemangakahia 2015
Elder Jonathan DePaula missionsite.net/elderjonathandepaula 2015
Sister Toni Stuart enjoythemoment23.blogspot.com 2015
Sister Clarissa Gillins chillinwithsistergillins.blogspot.com 2015
Sister Kristen Bodine sisterbodine.blogspot.com 2015
Sister Corinne Hardcastle corinnehardcastle.blogspot.ca 2014
Elder Casey Tan fortwoyears.wordpress.com 2014
Sister Makena Bauss mapleandmandarin.weebly.com 2014
Sister Hannah Colvin sisterintoronto.wordpress.com 2014
Sister Janelle De Groot calledtoserveintoronto.blogspot.com 2014
Sister Karly Prescott karlysmission.blogspot.com 2014
Elder Jesse King missionsite.net/elderjesseking 2014
Elder Bradley Ellsworth missionsite.net/elderbradleyellsworth 2014
Sister Rachel Jensen thegreattorontocanadamission.blogspot.com 2013
Elder Benjamin Warner elderbenjaminwarner.blogspot.com 2013
Sister Mallory Hutchings malloryintoronto.blogspot.com 2013
Elder & Sister Stark atinallecrup.blogspot.com 2013
Elder Tyler Vanderstel missionsite.net/eldervanderstel 2013
Elder Justin Steele missionsite.net/elderjustinsteele 2013
Sister Jillian Ormond missionsite.net/sisterjillianormond 2013
Sister Sidney Lamb missionsite.net/sistersidneylamb 2013
Elder Braiden Ashton missionsite.net/elderbraidenashton 2013
Elder & Sister Wheeler waterwheelers.blogspot.com 2012
Elder David Germann missionsite.net/eldergermann 2012
Sister Heather Barton sisterbartonincanada.blogspot.com 2011
Elder Y.S. Lau towardszeon.wordpress.com 2011

Canada Toronto Mission Groups

Here are Canada Toronto Mission Groups- for LDS missionary moms, returned missionaries, mission presidents and other alumni of the Toronto Mission.

  1. Canada Toronto Mission Facebook Group (351 members)
  2. Canada Toronto Mission Scott (2011-2014) Group (273 members)
  3. Canada East (Halifax, Toronto, Montreal) Moms Group (57 members)
  4. Canada Toronto Mission 1978-1980 Facebook Group (48 members)
  5. Canada East (Toronto, Montreal, Halifax) Group (27 members)
  6. Canada Toronto Mission- President Bacon Group Group (16 members)
  7. Toronto Mission Moms and Friends (LDS) Group (15 members)
  8. Canada Toronto Missionaries Facebook Group (13 members)
  9. Toronto Mission President Bacon (83-86) Group (9 members)
  10. Canada Toronto Missionary Moms & Dads (LDS) Group (2 members)

Canada Toronto Mission T-Shirts

Here are T-shirts for the Canada Toronto Mission!

Shirt designs include Canada Toronto Mission logo/emblem shirts and Called to Serve shirts. The shirts make great gifts for pre-missionaries, returned missionaries and missionaries currently serving. LDS Mission shirts come in all sizes: Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large, up to 4XL.  The mission designs are printed on white shirts and are shipped to you.

*Simply click on a shirt design to view the details and submit an order. The designs on mission t-shirts may also be printed on other LDS mission gifts, including: Canada Toronto missionary aprons, Christmas stockings, ties, pillow cases, teddy bears and Christmas ornaments.

*Click here to browse Toronto Mission gifts

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Canada Toronto Mission Presidents

Here’s a list of current and past Mission Presidents of the Toronto LDS Mission.

  1. 2016-2019, Jeffrey L. Shields
  2. 2014-2016, Weatherford T. Clayton
  3. 2011-2014, Brent Scott
  4. 2004-2007, Alan C. Ashton
  5. 2001-2004, Paul K. Sybrowsky
  6. 1998-2001, Brent H. Satterthwaite
  7. 1995-1998, Paul Sampson
  8. 1992-1995, Glenn T. Potter
  9. 1989-1992, Sidney A. Smith
  10. 1986-1989, John W. Hardy
  11. 1983-1986, Carl. W. Bacon
  12. 1980-1983, Allen C. Brown
  13. 1977-1980, Raymond L. Russell
  14. 1974-1977, M. Russell Ballard Jr.
  15. 1971-1974, Roy R. Spackman
  16. 1968-1971, Leland C. Davey
  17. 1965-1968, Lamont F. Toronto
  18. 1963-1965, Frank Pitcher
  19. 1959-1962, Thomas S. Monson

Canada LDS Statistics (2016)

  • Church Membership: 193,850
  • Missions: 7
  • Temples: 8
  • Congregations: 486
  • Family History Centers: 186

Helpful Articles about Canada

Coming soon..

Canada Toronto Missionary Survey

Here are survey responses from Canada Toronto RMs, to give you a snapshot into what it’s like to live in the mission.

*Click here to take a survey to help pre-missionaries going to your mission.

When did you serve?

  • 2014-2016 (Bryce)
  • July 2007-July 2009 (Shea)
  • 1989-1991 (Chris)
  • 1978-1980 (Nick)
  • 1977-1979 (Clark)

What cities/areas did you serve in?

  • Chatham, Don Valley Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo, Don Mills Toronto, Brantford. (Bryce)
  • Toronto, Brampton, London, Scarborough. (Chris)
  • Orillia, Brampton, Peterborough, Downtown Toronto. (Nick)
  • Scarborough (twice), Etobicoke, Hamilton, Brantford, Belleville, Rexdale. (Clark)

What were some favorite foods?

  • Poutine. Schwarma. 🙂 Lots of sushi and Asian food. Portuguese food. There is food from everywhere, but mostly ‘normal’ American food. (Bryce)
  • Perogies Putine. (Shea)
  • Kraft dinner. (Nick)

What was a funny experience?

  • When a girl sneezed when we were at her door, there was a huge string and she sucked it back up her nose. I was trying so hard not to laugh, but that didn’t work. My companion had to ask me if I was okay to make me stop. (Shea)
  • Trying to teach my trainer Mike, a born and bred Utah inhabitant how to speak the Queens English!!!! …and having our bikes dismantled by a couple of 7 year olds!! (Nick)
  • Elder Jeremy Hoyland’s driving. (Clark)

What was a crazy experience?

  • I went to court to testify against a man because I witnessed him assaulting a teenager. (Bryce)
  • When I was walking home one night with my companion and a guy walked up to us with a knife, a kitchen knife, and asked us for all of our money. (Shea)
  • Knocking on doors !!!! (Nick)
  • Elder Jeremy Hoyland’s driving. (Clark)

What was a spiritual experience?

  • There were so many. I had more spiritual experiences on my mission when talking about the first vision then anything else. (Shea)
  • Working on the Indian reservation with incredibly humble people. (Nick)

What are some interesting facts about the Toronto Mission?

  • Nearly 1/3 of the Canadian population lives in your mission. Some areas are extremely crowded and populated, others are practically empty. (Bryce)
  • President Monson was a mission president of my mission at one point. And my mission is the only geographical place that Joseph Smith served a mission outside the United States. Brigham Young and Parley P Pratt are from my mission. My mission is the most south mission in Canada. It’s more south latitude wise than Portland Oregon. (Shea)
  • Diversity of the population, mix of nationalities and how well everyone integrates…the vastness of the country and beauty of nature. (Nick)

What was the weather like?

  • Humid. Real hot in the summer, real cold in the winter. (Bryce)
  • Super cold, like below freezing in the winter and super hot and muggy in the summer. (Shea)
  • Hot and humid in the summers. Cold in the winters. Gorgeous in the fall. (Chris)
  • Very, very cold in winter. Very humid and hot in summer. (Nick)

Any things you really like about the area/people?

  • It is very diverse. You find people from every belief system. (Shea)
  • Great diversity. (Chris)
  • Very friendly, welcoming..unique place. (Nick)
  • Those I served with, especially President and Sister Russell. (Clark)

Any packing/clothing advice?

  • Good socks. Sweaters in the winter. Short sleeves in the summer. (Bryce)
  • Get lots of long sleeve and short sleeved shirts. (Shea)
  • As above for extreme seasons. (Nick)

What blessings did you receive from serving a mission?

  • Strong testimony and I became more acquainted with the Lord. (Shea)
  • People skills. (Chris)
  • More worldy wise..gift of communicating with different peoples, looking after yourself. (Nick)
  • I became an adult with a spiritual foundation–based on a knowledge of the purpose of life and of my Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ. (Clark)

What are some skills you gained?

  • Cook better, gained an appreciation for reading. (Shea)
  • Communication. Responsibility. Organization. Cooking. (Nick)
  • Personal responsibility. (Clark)

What do you wish you knew/did at the beginning of your mission?

  • Read the Book of Mormon and know the doctrine. You don’t have to teach all you know, just be simple and clear. (Bryce)
  • Memorized scriptures better, like scripture mastery. (Shea)
  • More knowledge of the world and how better to communicate. (Nick)

Any advice/testimony for pre-missionaries going to Toronto?

  • Give all yourself to the Lord. Put everything into your mission and have no regrets. (Shea)
  • Look at the big picture of your life. A mission is the right thing to strive for at age 18-25; it will bless others and help you prepare for greater opportunity and responsibility in immeasurable ways. (Clark)

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