Wow! Now here's a group I could almost aspire to join. Reading the wiki description they seem to believe in almost exactly what I do. First and foremost, the definition of a Christian: to love God and neighbor.
If I were a younger man, single. Well no, I could never take off my clothes in Canada, too cold natured. I can hardly do it here in Florida.
If you want to know more about the Doukhobors, look at this site.
On second thought I could never be a Doukhobor. They underwent too much persecution: "The Doukhobors came to Canada from Russia in 1898-99 as victims of religious and political persecution. Through changes of interpretation of settlement policy by the Dominion government, a deliberate attempt at forced assimilation in 1907 and after, thousands of acres of developed land were seized in Saskatchewan, a flourishing communal system comprised of 90 villages. Having purchased 20,000 acres of land in British Columbia, a new communal system was once again brought to its knees in 1938: this time by mortgage and trust companies in collusion with the BC government. [The foreclosure was brought about because of $300,000. debt on properties valued at over $6,000,000!]" (quoted from IN SEARCH OF UTOPIA).
Another group, similar in ethnicity, history, and theology are called molokans. (You may also find valuable information at Wikipedia.)
What a rich heritage Christianity has, so diverse, so many groups, each of which has its peculiar vision of Christ and contribution to share with the rest of us. Both of these groups are represented here in America, especially on the West Coast, so it's possible to experience them in person. Most of them are to a considerable degree melded into our culture, but they maintain their distinctive religious and spiritual flavor.