Religious Organizations

Sunday School and Mother's Day

This donation card, directed at Ontario children, conflated Mother's Day, religion, and the need to defeat Nazi Germany

Women of the Anglican Missionary Society

Like virtually every organization in Canada, the Woman's Auxiliary added war work to its charitable activities during the Second World War, and reported on its initiatives in this monthly magazine.

The YMCA at Witley

This ecumenical service, held at a large CEF training camp in the south of England, featured Rev. A. Logan Geggie of Parkdale Presbyterian Church in Toronto.

"Yours in Christian service"

Religion was extremely important in First World War Canada, and most families would have been delighted to receive a letter like this, indicating that Gunner Percy D. Wilson of Toronto had attended a church service convened by the YMCA and wanted "to become a more loyal follower of Christ."

Address to the Catholic Women's League of Montreal

This booklet contains a speech by Charles Murphy, the Postmaster General of Canada, before the Catholic Women's League of Montreal. The focus of Murphy's speech is the importance of maintaining peace and spreading national goodwill.

A Toc H anniversary

Toc H was a non-denominational organization, established during the First World War by a British chaplain, that spread to Canada in the 1920s and 1930s.

View PDF: Toc H 50th.pdf

Toc H Canada: An Introduction

Toc H was a non-denominational movement, established during the First World War by a British chaplain, that spread to Canada in the 1920s and 1930s.

View PDF: tochintro.pdf

Application for membership in Toc H Canada

Toc H was a non-denominational movement, established during the First World War by a British chaplain, that spread to Canada in the 1920s and 1930s.

The Toc H Movement

Toc H was a non-denominational movement, established during the First World War by a British chaplain, that spread to Canada in the 1920s and 1930s.

View PDF: tochappeal.pdf