League Information

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To unify the Church of Christ and impact people through the development of a volleyball community.


The league was originally formed in 2003 by members of the Toronto Korean Presbyterian Church (TKPC) and known simply as "The TKPC League". Originally it was a league of about 6 teams playing weekly at the TKPC gym. Over the next few years, the league would expand to allow more teams to join and became known as the Christian Volleyball Association (CVA).  In 2005, the league expanded by moving to a new location and opening enrollment up to 12 teams from churches of different cultural backgrounds. In 2009, the CVA officially registered as a not-for-profit organization. Today, the league is made up of 16 teams, but the committee is evaluating plans to expand the league further in the Toronto area.  


The Christian Volleyball Association (CVA) provides a community where competitive and non-competitive athletes can come together to play volleyball. In all that we do, league organization, team formation, competition and leadership, we want to set the bar for excellence. Our main focus though, remains on our Lord, Jesus Christ.  All that's required to participate is a love for sports, a good attitude, and the willingness to compete. Come out, make some new friends, get your game on, and most importantly enjoy being part of our volleyball community. At the CVA, we believe that volleyball is more than just a game. It provides the opportunity to build strong friendships and explore Christianity alongside with FUN, competition and the love of sports. We are wide open to our community and we welcome you to check us out and find out why it is MORE than a game.