St. Anne’s Anglican Church is located in a community in Toronto. The church is not very eye-catching. It should be a community church. You can see it when you pass by.
Worth a visit, very historical and intellectually representative
The Anglican Church, located next to the University of Toronto, is a gothic revival, and is also a small surprise at the corner. Montreal is the city of the church, so you can often walk around and meet it, just so called a surprise alley, around the corner. Once inside, the big rainbow flag is very visible, and I heard that this church is also known for its social position. There are regular music events and concerts. But compared to other churches, it feels less crowded.