Our Team

I'm thankful that I lead with friends that work alongside me in impacting our communities in the St Lawrence, Canary and surrounding high-rise communities. We love the people in downtown Toronto and together we lean on each other to do all that God would ask us to accomplish. Nothing beats the inner city of Toronto where everyday is new adventure. BTW, we are here to serve you too ... let's partner together in writing a great story for God in downtown Toronto. Cheers, PD

  • LeaD Pastor

    Pastor Dan started at CITC in 2017 to help lead our kids and youth as our student ministries pastor. He also has been building UrbanHope, our vision for a community mentorship program for kids and youth. On January 2020, Pastor Dan was given the associate title acknowledging the extra work he does at CITC beyond kids and youth.

    Pastor Dan was voted in as the new Lead Pastor on January 24th, and is excited for this new adventure!

  • Creative Arts Pastor

    Pastor Josh started at CITC on July 1, 2019. He leads worship and the development of worship teams at both campuses and he has been a great addition to our team. Josh loves the city of Toronto and has a strong relational IQ. Part of his job responsibility is building a relational footprint in the Canary district as we grow our new church plant.

Our Mission, Vision & Values

MISSION: An urban church centred in Christ providing vibrant community, a safe place to grow spiritually, and opportunities to serve others with compassion and reach those who don't yet know Jesus.


VISION: Making Christ known in the St. Lawrence, Canary and surrounding high-rise communities.


VALUES: Compassion, Mentorship, Diverse
Community, Creating Hope, and Outreach

Our History

CITC began in September 1985 through the vision of Stone Church in partnership with the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada (PAOC). CITC started on the west side of Yonge St but soon moved across the street when a better rental came available. Near the end of the 90's the congregation looked for alternative locations and landed in the St. Lawrence community 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 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 our legacy, now we want to add more chapters to the story.