We have a lot of Protestant churches in Canada which are named after saints, the most common being the evanaglists - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. And, of course St. Paul too. But, there are a few popular others, such as St. Andrew, St. George and St. Patrick and a host of lesser known ones from very early times. But, no “new” ones, none it seems since the great schism.
You would think that they would honour some recent martyrs such as Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Or, presumably, some fo the founders of Protestantism. But, nada.
Does it just come down to the fact that none of the denominations have the inclination?