The United Church of Canada
The Baptists, while not as closely linked with the other two sects, were nonetheless included in the cooperative spirit. They were often permitted the use of one of the larger Protestant churches when their building was too small to accommodate an event.
By the early 1900's, this cooperation was in decline partly because each congregation was becoming self-sustaining, but mostly because they were engrossed in building their own churches. Once their respective buildings were completed, the inter-faith collaboration resumed.