"Archdeacon Alan Perry, general secretary of General Synod, said in a staff announcement Aug. 4  that the Anglican Church of Canada was preparing to enter into a lease agreement with the United Church of Canada in the coming months for a property at 300 Bloor Street West, owned by Bloor Street United Church". "Perry said the move is planned to take place in the first quarter of 2026 and will provide 'a more efficient use of resources and increased collaboration among the three churches'. The Anglican, United and Presbyterian national church offices will share facilities including an assembly hall, kitchen, worship space. 'The critical advantage is the opportunity for more ecumenical engagement and collaboration among the three churches', Perry told the Anglican Journal".
"Erik Mathieson, chief financial officer for the United Church of Canada, said its plans to share office space with other churches began roughly a decade ago. The United Church currently rents space commercially, he said, but began to look at other options after the lease on its old office expired, eventually settling on the idea of moving into the Bloor Street United Church-owned building".
"Construction work on 300 Bloor Street West, however, was well underway. Mathieson said redevelopment was scheduled to be finished by the end of 2025 or early 2026, after which head offices of the three churches will move in. The Rev. Victor Kim, principal clerk of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, said Presbyterians were looking forward to opportunities for ecumenical cooperation with the planned move, addressing issues facing each denomination as well as broader social and cultural needs".