Worship at St John's Estonian - 4345 Av Marcil, Montreal, at 1:30 p.m. on Sundays unless otherwise specified.
St. Michael's is an active cultural centre as well as a church that provides service to Finnish-speaking people. We are located in downtown Montreal, and the church building is home to several Finnish-language, music and cultural groups.
One Sunday a month, 11:00 am, with Communion. In Ottawa, 3 times per year, 3:00 pm
No child care.
Worship Languages: English, Finnish
We are located on Docteur Penfield Avenue between Cote-des-neiges and Simpson Street parking, a few places in back of the building.
St. John's is the oldest Lutheran church in Montreal, founded in 1853. Although begun by German businessmen, today the congregation is ethnically and racially diverse and includes neighbourhood residents, long-time immigrants, new immigrants, and a diversity of Canadians, Quebecers, and members from over a dozen countries. Welcome to all and inclusion is a hallmark; one that is not to be taken for granted in congregations with strong ethnic roots. Our pews gather-in professionals and street people, young and old, new comers and long-time members.
Preaching the Gospel to Lutherans of Estonian heritage. Parts of the service are in Estonian. The sermon/homily is in English.
Sunday 11:00AM Services every second Sunday with Holy Eucharist once a month as well as on Christmas Eve, New Year's Eve, Good Friday and Easter Sunday.;No services during July and August.
Languages: English, Estonian
We are located on Marcil Ave, between Monkland Ave and Terrebonne Ave, N.D.G.
St Ansgar is a multiculture and ethnic congregation. It strives to be a congregation for all nations. Small, but vibrant in worship. "A place where you are known by name."
Sunday 11:00AM Holy Eucharist every second Sunday and Feast Sundays
Our building is wheelchair accessible.
St Ansgar is located on 4020 Grand Boulevard and NDG Ave, one block north of Sherbrooke St W.
Organised on behalf of the Montreal Lutheran Council by the St. John’s Serenata Concert Series team
Website for the concert: website: www.rrc2017.ca
Bishop Michael Pryse and the Most Rev. Christian Lépine, Archbishop of Montreal.
Annual Oktoberfest fund-raiser for community social ministries in the Montreal Ministry Area (that are operated by St. John’s but serve the wider community). Always a hit with Lutherans from across the Ministry Area, our Student Ministry, and throughout Montreal. Food served from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Ticket includes first mug of premium, crafted draught beer, sausage and sauerkraut plate, dancing until midnight. Adults $25 ($30 at the door), Youth/Students $10, children free.