Best Church Denominations for Red Pill Men

Helaman

Pigeon
Tex said:
Basically it’s an off-shoot of Christianity aimed at restoring the divine leadership Catholicism lost. Joseph Smith was a conman and the argument against letting that derail the religion is that sinners are often most receptive for being taught spirituality.

It’s very suspicious how he got divinely inspired and then was led to these golden plates with a “new” book of Christ (the Book of Mormon), seen as a new new testament. Sketchy because there were no witnesses to these plates that didn’t later say they made up seeing the plates.

But the deep doctrine is pretty interesting honestly. I mentioned Mormonism in jest, but it honestly has some really great qualities.

Very smart and successful people have been and remain devout Mormons. I don’t think their faith in the accuracy of the church’s origins really keep them in it. I think it’s the culture. These people honestly live out their (very strict) religious lifestyle. They really abstain from premarital sex like no other religious community I’ve ever seen. They don’t even drink coffee or tea. And they marry young and the women, per capita, are way higher quality than others. I mean, way way higher quality.

It’s really about a bunch of people acting out religion and having a strong sense of community. They live with a sense of pride and self-preservation in spite of the dubious history of the church. And I honestly believe that when a bunch of people really try to see God in their lives, the details of the origins of the church matter less.

So Mormonism has a much less convincing and pretty laughable origin story. But from what I’ve seen, they are so much more accomplished spirituality than any other religious community, person for person, I’ve ever seen.

Things have erroded for them over time, but much less than it has for other denominations. And their deep doctrine promotes some interesting things. If you ever met LDS people you’d instantly recognize that they’re good people. Really good people. Their sense of community is without parallel. But of course, because the men really live that life, a lot of them are just too effeminate.

It is a very encompassing religion, and demanding. It is a full lifestyle. The pastors do not get paid and each member contributes a "calling" to help out, in addition to running a large family. Who the pastor of one's local congregation is less important, as the faith is individual-based and family based.

I have to admit it is true that the men can become effeminate, and especially the men who gain fame (Romney, Osmond, etc) because plenty of guys are insincere and just using it to become temporally successful. Lots of guys go to BYU for cheap tuition and quality education but don't really believe it, for example. But the principles are fundamentally masculine. I was first taught game by a missionary companion, in fact. I would pick out a girl in the crowd and he would come back with her phone number. As for the history, I mean, when you read about it on Wikipedia it sounds wacko, yes, but that's how it is for every positive and healthy institution. It's easy to falsify people's history to make them look bad. A few of the witnesses to the gold plates eventually became enemies to Joseph Smith but none ever denied their witness. I've studied the history carefully and I believe it is a true church.

I agree that the "true" church of Jesus Christ is either Catholicism or Orthodox, as priesthood authority is something that is passed on person to person. But Mormonism could also be "the true" church if it was restored priesthood by laying on of hands as it claims.
 

AnonymousBosch

Crow
Gold Member
My advice here is to do what I did, having absolutely no idea where to go, and with everyone online screaming about every denomination being converge, corrupted and / or Satanic, including the Orthodox Church, as Neon Revolt's disappointment with his Orthodox Experience leading him to investigate the church hierarchy shows:

https://www.neonrevolt.com/2019/04/...lusion-story-qanon-greatawakening-neonrevolt/

I simply asked the Father.

I specifically made this request this by saying I trusted in the promise of the Holy Spirit to never abandon the Church and knew that the gates of hell could not prevail against it, and that even if it did seem to be run by Freemasons, he could use what was an apparently-outward evil for good anyway.

So, understanding that no matter how corrupt the upper hierarchy of a church is - and the odd temporal nature of the Bible - that seemingly addresses past, present and future at once - making me wonder if the warnings against the Jewish Church Leaders at the time wasn't applicable to all Church Leaders in every time - I said that surely there are outposts of the true faith existing within any large religious institution, and that I would trust him to guide me where to go.

Then, I simply paid attention to the small signals around me over the next week or so. Abba is very, very subtle in his action, so the more detached you are from wordly-distractions, the more easily you'll see the 'pushes', because the little things you are drawn to notice aren't lost in the din, so it's much easier to link them together:

In my case, it was:

- noticing that I'd repeatedly found God in the silence on a hilltop - Quintus once commented to me how evocative that place struck him as and how the rocks there looked 'ancient';

- stumbling across an online reference to 'thin places', where the veil between God and Man is considered easier to remove, often hill and mountain tops;

- my sister listening to a podcast and commenting to me on the biblical concept of the 'still small voice' in passing;

- me stumbling across this phrase again a day later, and becoming curious enough to look it up, only to discover in my preferred bible it was known as the 'a voice on the gentle breeze';

- reading the related Biblical Story of Elijah on Mount Horeb, where God speaks in this small voice, rather than in the expected fire and fury;

- then hearing mention of the 'brown scapular' as a form of spiritual protection against the Demonic, and looking it up later that night to discover you can be enrolled in it by the Carmelite Order;

- being curious the next day to research the Carmelites, whom I knew nothing about, to discover that, huh, there was a Monastery on the other side of my town on a hilltop, and that their entire order is based around Elijah and his experience on Mount Horeb.

Each of these little events could easily have been unnoticed or forgotten if I'd been too distracted by all the things I used to do that I'd given up in trying to reach the Father.

I took this sequence of little observations as being intended direction, so, the next time I was praying on the hill, I asked the Father if I was supposed to go to the Carmelite Monastery. I sat there in silence for a while, then started descending the hill.

I then was given a clear sign, the details of which I won't speak of, following the advice of St Therese of Lisieux. Certain moments between yourself and the Father are precious, and, as Mary did, I've learnt to keep them private and close to my heart, because you can't ever explain them in a way that resonates with others, almost as if putting the transcendent into words instantly makes it mundane.

Even with that experience, it still took me a week or more to get myself over there. It's hard to reconcile a very sinful past with understanding that you're being called regardless of what you've done.

I climbed the hill to the Monastery, praying that, just once, I might be welcomed into a Church with open arms and feel what I imagined Good People feel. *

Instead, what happened was I had an awkward conversation on an intercom that - not understanding the nature of Religious to not engage in idle talk and not knowing the Sister in question would later entirely-charm me with her overly-fussy need for order - to the extent another Sister would later even laugh with great love about this tendency - I chose to take it entirely the wrong way, and slinked back down the hill, mentally-kicking myself for ever thinking someone as rotten as myself could ever approach a place like that.

I had resigned myself to not return, when, well, the exact same sign as before was repeated, with a flood of Holy Peace, and the understanding to simply come to the next mass in the morning. When I did, I realised how I could have easily missed that this place was exactly what I needed, based upon my own initial, quick judgement.

This is the danger of concupiscence. Left to our own devices, we reliably make the wrong choices, and learning to walk the spiritual life - often described as entering 'spiritual childhood' - means learning to take yourself and what you want from a situation - such as 'which church suits what I think I personally want from a church?' - out of the equation. You know how Women always have The List of the Perfect Boyfriend? Pay attention to how far that gets them. This isn't any different.

Trust in the Father, and he mightn't give you the church you want, but he'll give you the church you didn't know you needed. Approach Him with a humble and contrite heart, and let Him do the rest.

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* Yes, even after what happened on the Hill. I've noticed my mind has a frustrating tendency to be exposed to the clear and undeniable evidence of supernatural, and to then just shrug off the experience, and, well, carry on as normal. Trying to hold onto the Father is often like trying to grasp at sunlight.
 

Belgrano

Ostrich
Gold Member
Jesus had 12 apostles, so why would there be only 1 true church?

We know that two people observing a car accident often can't even agree on the color of the vehicles, so what about twelve people?

Who amongst them was standing next to Jesus 24/7, for years, just to soak up all his teachings and everything he said, ever?
Nobody.

They probably agreed on 99% of what Jesus was all about, and that was enough.
That 1% was probably some dude excusing himself during dinner or visiting his mum back in the village while Jesus just so happened to say something profound to the others.

And then they went out and spread the word in all corners of the earth, to different peoples and cultures, where it remained and got passed on over the generations.
That just doesn't result in one single legitimate, all-encompassing, universally true church.

Therefore keep it simple:
By their fruits ye shall know them.

And just in case it isn't clear, I'm talking about "the church" as a worldly institution here.
 
^ Yes, all of them them died (martyred or exiled) because they believed in different things.

Jesus had 12 apostles, so why would there be only 1 true church?

I don't know, because that's what the gospel says???

Good luck with telling other people that who know anything about Christianity or history.
 
First and foremost: get saved. Believe that Jesus Christ is Lord and thou shalt be saved(I will keep scripture citations at the end of my post). Christ is the door; a door is narrow but you just walk through it.

As for choosing a church: if they are not KJV only they are likely goofed-up in some sort of heresy, or heading in that direction. Female ministers, Zionism/pre-trib/Dispensationalism, no outreach/no soulwinning, allowing public sin, tolerance of homos are all bad signs.

Completely avoid these heretical doctrines: repent-of-sin-for-salvation/works-salvation, Oneness/Oneness Pentacostalism(the Trinity is a core Christian doctrine and is NOT a “Catholic conspiracy”).

It took me a while to get back into church after backsliding for decades. If I would visit a church without invitation I felt either unwelcome as a single man or I felt my personal sins made me a phony for being there. What really helped me was learning:

Christian Zionism is a satanic lie. Learned that from a documentary called Marching To Zion. I was very glad to learn that Israel are the saved believers, not some doppelgänger country in the Middle East.

My grudges and grievances were with God, not man and as a saved believer God will NOT send me to hell but chasten me here while on earth.

Your love for your fellow man is expressed (and grows) by reaching the lost and letting them know about the Gospel; not by how high you raise your hands up at a cheesy Christian Comtempoary Music song at a local non-denominational adult fun centre.

It takes time for sanctification. Took me a couple years of watching fundamental baptist preaching online, reading my Bible regularly, praying to God the Father before sleep in silence(in Jesus Christ’s name) before I could stop watching porn, masturbating and fornicating. Start in the Book of John, which is the easiest read. Teaches you that salvation is faith alone. Next read Romans, where Paul makes a case for the meaning of the Gospel and why we as Gentiles were “grafted in” to the olive tree. Finish off the Gospels, then Paul’s Epistles, the remaining Epistles and Revelation. Revelation is in chronological order from chapters 1-11 and then it’s chronology starts over from 12-22. Then hit Psalms, Proverbs, the historical books, the poetic books, the major and minor prophets. Hit Genesis to Joshua last, which are the toughest reads.

In the end I chose a Baptist church to attend regularly.

Acts 16:30 And brought them out, and said, Sirs, what must I do to be saved?

Acts 16:31 And they said, Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved, and thy house.

Romans 11:17 And if some of the branches be broken off, and thou, being a wild olive tree, wert graffed in among them, and with them partakest of the root and fatness of the olive tree;
 

The Beast1

Peacock
Gold Member
tychomaz said:
As for choosing a church: if they are not KJV only they are likely goofed-up in some sort of heresy, or heading in that direction. Female ministers, Zionism/pre-trib/Dispensationalism, no outreach/no soulwinning, allowing public sin, tolerance of homos are all bad signs.

Similar to the "My denomination is the best" argument is also the infamous, "My bible is the best!"

I could spend hours writing why the KJV only movement misses the point as well as point out all of the differences between the modern KJV prints and the 1611 original that King James himself commissioned.

However, I'm not going to because the philosophy here is to:



For what it is worth, I was a member of a Southern Baptist Church which happily used the ESV and they were far from "goofed-up". They constantly were railing against same sex marriages, female clergy, and the other things you've mentioned.

To repeat what I said above:

The Beast1 said:
Read the version of the bible that your church uses. I won't debate the merits of different versions of bibles. Just stick to the one that your church uses and you'll be fine.
 

Dr. Howard

Peacock
Gold Member
tychomaz said:
Do whatever you want.

But what you’ll find in the comparison between the ESV and KJV in the following link pretty much applies to any modern version that derives from the Codex Sinaiticus:

http://www.av1611.org/kjv/ESV_Fruit.html

Again, I am with Beast here. Remember this thread is advice for Church novices. Pick up a Bible, any bible and start going to Church, almost any church.

From there narrow down your denomination and translation of choice. I use the KJV for prayer and AMP for study. Most of the southern baptist churches here use something like ESV, but point out what has changed from KJV.

The KJV only argument is as much of a stink to put off new church members as the Catholic 'all other denominations are going to hell' stance. You can't intimidate people about going to Church or they will never go. Let them make up their own minds, and pray their own prayers.
 
“The Message” does not equal the King James Bible.

“Just get in church, any church” is not sound advice. If you go to a church that preaches that salvation is anything but faith in Jesus Christ then you now have at least two problems when you had one before. Giving the advice that you should choose a church that sticks with the King James is sound advice.

For example, you will have an opportunity to challenge the pastor on things like when you see a man and a woman attending church living together out of wedlock because the wording is clear in the KJV that fornication is reason to kick someone out of the church (1 Corinthians 5). You could not do the same if the church used an NIV because it uses the vague term “sexual immorality” which could be interpreted in a way that sex outside of marriage is OK.

Words have meaning.

I will no longer admonish on this issue.

1 Corinthians 5:10 KJV
KJV 10 Yet not altogether with the fornicators of this world, or with the covetous, or extortioners, or with idolaters; for then must ye needs go out of the world.

1 Corinthians 5:10 NIV
NIV 10 not at all meaning the people of this world who are immoral, or the greedy and swindlers, or idolaters. In that case you would have to leave this world.
 

infowarrior1

Hummingbird
Dr. Howard said:
tychomaz said:
Do whatever you want.

But what you’ll find in the comparison between the ESV and KJV in the following link pretty much applies to any modern version that derives from the Codex Sinaiticus:

http://www.av1611.org/kjv/ESV_Fruit.html

Again, I am with Beast here. Remember this thread is advice for Church novices. Pick up a Bible, any bible and start going to Church, almost any church.

From there narrow down your denomination and translation of choice. I use the KJV for prayer and AMP for study. Most of the southern baptist churches here use something like ESV, but point out what has changed from KJV.

The KJV only argument is as much of a stink to put off new church members as the Catholic 'all other denominations are going to hell' stance. You can't intimidate people about going to Church or they will never go. Let them make up their own minds, and pray their own prayers.

Although be well advised that the NIV 2011 is very distorted from the manuscripts in regards to feminism and women's roles:
www.bible-researcher.com/cbmw.niv2011.2.pdf
 

Dr. Howard

Peacock
Gold Member
Pride male said:
Doesn't Christianity promote multi culturalism?

Sure, you can be an American Christian, a Korean Christian, a Ukranian Christian, a Nigerian Christian.

You don't have to give up your nationality to be a Christian.
 

General Mayhem

Kingfisher
Dr. Howard said:
tychomaz said:
Do whatever you want.

But what you’ll find in the comparison between the ESV and KJV in the following link pretty much applies to any modern version that derives from the Codex Sinaiticus:

http://www.av1611.org/kjv/ESV_Fruit.html

Again, I am with Beast here. Remember this thread is advice for Church novices. Pick up a Bible, any bible and start going to Church, almost any church.

From there narrow down your denomination and translation of choice. I use the KJV for prayer and AMP for study. Most of the southern baptist churches here use something like ESV, but point out what has changed from KJV.

The KJV only argument is as much of a stink to put off new church members as the Catholic 'all other denominations are going to hell' stance. You can't intimidate people about going to Church or they will never go. Let them make up their own minds, and pray their own prayers.

Continuing on the bible discussion here. Anyone have any recommendations as far as the physical book is concerned? I currently have a leather bound ESV and I don't like the thin paper the pages are printed on. I want the KJV with a simple leather cover and normal paper pages.
 

The Beast1

Peacock
Gold Member
infowarrior1 said:
Dr. Howard said:
tychomaz said:
Do whatever you want.

But what you’ll find in the comparison between the ESV and KJV in the following link pretty much applies to any modern version that derives from the Codex Sinaiticus:

http://www.av1611.org/kjv/ESV_Fruit.html

Again, I am with Beast here. Remember this thread is advice for Church novices. Pick up a Bible, any bible and start going to Church, almost any church.

From there narrow down your denomination and translation of choice. I use the KJV for prayer and AMP for study. Most of the southern baptist churches here use something like ESV, but point out what has changed from KJV.

The KJV only argument is as much of a stink to put off new church members as the Catholic 'all other denominations are going to hell' stance. You can't intimidate people about going to Church or they will never go. Let them make up their own minds, and pray their own prayers.

Although be well advised that the NIV 2011 is very distorted from the manuscripts in regards to feminism and women's roles:
www.bible-researcher.com/cbmw.niv2011.2.pdf

It all flows downward. The churches that believe that the bible is the inherent word of God will only follow bibles the do the best to preserve the original translations and meanings.

The LCMS, WELS Lutheran Churches, and the Southern Baptist Convention have significant arguments on why the NIV is misleading and leads Christians astray precisely on the argument of the gender of words and the place of women.
 

Aurini

Ostrich
tychomaz said:
“The Message” does not equal the King James Bible.

“Just get in church, any church” is not sound advice. If you go to a church that preaches that salvation is anything but faith in Jesus Christ then you now have at least two problems when you had one before. Giving the advice that you should choose a church that sticks with the King James is sound advice.

For example, you will have an opportunity to challenge the pastor on things like when you see a man and a woman attending church living together out of wedlock because the wording is clear in the KJV that fornication is reason to kick someone out of the church (1 Corinthians 5). You could not do the same if the church used an NIV because it uses the vague term “sexual immorality” which could be interpreted in a way that sex outside of marriage is OK.

Words have meaning.

I will no longer admonish on this issue.

1 Corinthians 5:10 KJV
KJV 10 Yet not altogether with the fornicators of this world, or with the covetous, or extortioners, or with idolaters; for then must ye needs go out of the world.

1 Corinthians 5:10 NIV
NIV 10 not at all meaning the people of this world who are immoral, or the greedy and swindlers, or idolaters. In that case you would have to leave this world.

Fornication doesn't mean what you think it means.
 

Jones

Woodpecker
"In the fifth chapter of 1 Corinthians Paul admonishes the Corinthian assembly to remove the sin that they were allowing in the assembly. One of the sins listed by the Apostle was a gentile committing “fornication” with his father’s wife. Now this is not what we consider fornication, but more accurately this signifies incest with his stepmother."

Source: https://yrm.org/biblical-definition-fornication/

I'd currently attending a Local "church" of young adults. It is by no means the church I want to raise my family in - openly homosexual couples, women "coming out" to their parents, the young pastor does not want children with his wife - every week we question why we go and what our place is there - the regulars all have mental illness. If not for the friendly pastor we would be long gone (the church will not last due to the unstable foundations)

All other churches are dying - no families, all seniors (I live in the "oldest" part of Canada).

Been looking at Baptist churches for when I move. I don't feel God's presence while singing the modern rock music of Pentecostals, nor do I want to start speaking in tongues.

I've also heard of places turning out the lights, getting down on hands and knees and looking for God. A Catholic who attended the service got spooked out and was asked to leave.
 

The Beast1

Peacock
Gold Member
Jones said:
"In the fifth chapter of 1 Corinthians Paul admonishes the Corinthian assembly to remove the sin that they were allowing in the assembly. One of the sins listed by the Apostle was a gentile committing “fornication” with his father’s wife. Now this is not what we consider fornication, but more accurately this signifies incest with his stepmother."

Source: https://yrm.org/biblical-definition-fornication/

I'd currently attending a Local "church" of young adults. It is by no means the church I want to raise my family in - openly homosexual couples, women "coming out" to their parents, the young pastor does not want children with his wife - every week we question why we go and what our place is there - the regulars all have mental illness. If not for the friendly pastor we would be long gone (the church will not last due to the unstable foundations)

All other churches are dying - no families, all seniors (I live in the "oldest" part of Canada).

Been looking at Baptist churches for when I move. I don't feel God's presence while singing the modern rock music of Pentecostals, nor do I want to start speaking in tongues.

I've also heard of places turning out the lights, getting down on hands and knees and looking for God. A Catholic who attended the service got spooked out and was asked to leave.

https://www.lutheranchurch.ca/who-we-are/what-we-believe/

We confess that the only authority for Christian teaching and life which never errs or leads us astray is God’s Word, which He has given to us in the Old and New Testament Scriptures (the Bible).

And the best part:
https://www.lutheranchurch.ca/who-we-are/what-we-believe/social-issues/
Scripturally-based parenting condemns physical abuse and recognizes corporal punishment as an alternative form of discipline (Res. 02.1.09)
Christian family education is needed to nourish and strengthen families and congregations (Res. 05.2.08A)
Proverbs 13:24; Proverbs 19:18; Proverbs 22:15; Proverbs 23:13; Proverbs 29:15; Eph.6:4
The Environment
Stewardship of the environment includes the proper use of all the earth’s resources. This is essential for congregations and all people. (Res. 90.1.14)
Energy stewardship is essential for churches and schools (Res. 05.4.11)
Gen 1:26, Gen 2:15
Life Issues
Since abortion takes a human life it is not a moral option, except as a tragically unavoidable by-product of medical procedures necessary to prevent the death of the mother. The living but unborn are persons in the sight of God from conception and stand under God’s full protection. (Res. 88.3.04)
Sanctity of life is essential when considering euthanasia, assisted suicide and abortion. (Res. 96.1.05)
Lutherans for Life promote and support the emphasis of God’s sacred gift of human life. (Res. 02.1.02)
Job 10: 9-11; Psalm 51; Psalm 139: 13-17; Jeremiah 1: 5; Luke 1: 41-44; Genesis 9: 6; Exodus 20:13; Numbers 35:33; Acts 7:19; 1 John 3:15
Genesis 1:26-27; Job 10:12; Acts 17:26; Job 3:16; Psalm 22: 9-10; Psalm 51:5; Psalm 139:13-16; Ecclesiastes 11:1; Genesis 9:6; Exodus 20:13; Psalm 82:3-4; John 3:16; 1 John 2:2; 2 Corinthians 5:19
Marriage
Scriptural definition of marriage is the union of one man and one woman. (Res. 02.1.08)
Genesis 1:27-28, 2:18-25; Matthew 19:4-6
Sexuality
Homosexuality is sinful. God’s redeeming love of Christ is offered to all through repentance and faith in Christ. A ministry of healing and restoration is needed. (Res. 93.1.05; Res. 96.1.06)
Sexual relations outside of marriage is sin. (Res. 02.1.10)
Leviticus 18:22; Romans 1:26-27; 1 Corinthians 6:9-10; 1 Cor. 6:9-10, 13, 18; 1 Cor. 10:8; Gal.5:19; Eph.5:3, 5; Col.3:5; Heb.13:4; Rev.21:8
The Role of Men and Women
Men and women are called in baptism to the priesthood of all believers. They serve our Lord as they use their gifts and abilities. Women may not hold the office of pastor-teacher-bishop-elder and/or perform those functions distinctive to that office. (Res. 90.1.06; Res. 99.1.05)
Acts 2:38; 1 Corinthians 12:13; 1 Peter 2:9
Capital Punishment
Capital punishment is permitted, but not mandated by God’s Word. (Res. 96.1.07A)
Rom. 13:4

This is what a Church in Canada believes of all places.

Start here: https://www.lutheranchurch.ca/find/

Note: Not trying to push Lutheranism, but it's what I know the best and have access to the right resources. I expect Doc Howard to find Baptist churches of similar make and model ;)
 

Dr. Howard

Peacock
Gold Member
Jones said:
"In the fifth chapter of 1 Corinthians Paul admonishes the Corinthian assembly to remove the sin that they were allowing in the assembly. One of the sins listed by the Apostle was a gentile committing “fornication” with his father’s wife. Now this is not what we consider fornication, but more accurately this signifies incest with his stepmother."

Source: https://yrm.org/biblical-definition-fornication/

I'd currently attending a Local "church" of young adults. It is by no means the church I want to raise my family in - openly homosexual couples, women "coming out" to their parents, the young pastor does not want children with his wife - every week we question why we go and what our place is there - the regulars all have mental illness. If not for the friendly pastor we would be long gone (the church will not last due to the unstable foundations)

All other churches are dying - no families, all seniors (I live in the "oldest" part of Canada).

Been looking at Baptist churches for when I move. I don't feel God's presence while singing the modern rock music of Pentecostals, nor do I want to start speaking in tongues.

I've also heard of places turning out the lights, getting down on hands and knees and looking for God. A Catholic who attended the service got spooked out and was asked to leave.

Canada can be tough for Churches. I'm going to make the assumption that you are somewhere in Upper Canada/Southern Ontario.

If you are from an immigrant population in Ontario (Italian, Portugese, Eastern European, Russian) or French Orthodox or Catholic are obvious choices, especially if you have family roots.

Protestant Irish/English Loyalists were the big settlers of Upper Canada so the Catholic population isn't large for those Ethnicities. It was Methodists, United, Presbyterians and Quakers all of which have cucked for the most part and imploded into the weirdo churches you describe.

Unfortunately the more conservative/new Church in the GTA is more the result of "The Toronto Blessing" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toronto_Blessing making it closer to, or part of the "new Apostolic Reformation" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Apostolic_Reformation which is a cousin to Pentacostal and Charismatic Churches. If you go to one of these churches, you'll know because it will seem weird. Like "Jesus Cult" weird.

You can find Dutch Reformed Churches in SW Ontario https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reformed_Church_in_America and they are a very conservative Denomination, but again may hold it against you if you don't have a Dutch background.

In the Toronto/GTA area you can find baptist Churches, which are mostly Korean...which may not be a bad idea. If you were to be accepted as a non-korean you'd be in a conservative church full of asian women...I can think of worse fates.

But generally, use this http://www.sbc.net/churchsearch/ to find if there are any southern baptist Churches in your area, go and visit. Baptist Churches are all independent so they may be more cucked in Canada than other places. The Koreans are conservative from what I remember.

Aurini will likely follow with advice on how to find a Catholic Church in Canada.

Edit - a lot of baptist Churches, especially the large ones use 'modern' worship music. You have to go smaller scale in most cases if you are looking for Hymn singing ones.
 
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