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Founded in 1953, Aylmer is currently the second-oldest Amish settlement in Canada, and is comprised of 3 church districts.
Aylmer is a small settlement, but well-known throughout Amish society.
Many Old Order Mennonites also live in Ontario, numbering close to 4,000 individuals in over 40 congregations in the province.
Old Order Mennonites, or “Team” Mennonites as they are also known, share some similarities with Amish.
This has caused most Ontario Amish settlements to remain at one to two church districts (congregations)” (see ).
Amish have long lived in Canada, with roots in the country dating to the 1800s.
Today Amish number nearly 5,000 in Canada, in over one dozen communities.
With mutual Anabaptist roots, Mennonites and Amish both maintain principles of non-resistance, non-conformity, plain dress, Pennsylvania German language, horse-and-buggy travel, and a general reluctance to accept advanced technology.
Old Order Mennonites differ in their particular style of dress, place of worship (meetinghouses rather than in-home worship as in the case of Amish) and use of technology (some Old Order Mennonites permit electricity and phones in the home, and make greater use of tractors).