Montreal Quebec Canada Church Directory | Churches in Montreal
Our metro Montreal Quebec Canada Church Directory is designed to provide you with information to help you choose a church or ministry to attend in the Montreal, Quebec Canada area. Our online church directory has updated listings and reviews of some of the top churches and ministries. This directory is for both residents, visitors, and people new to Montreal, Quebec (Canada).
It is the largest city in the province of Quebec, and the second-largest in Canada. Montreal is the second-largest primarily French-speaking city in the world, after Paris, France. According to 2016 estimates, Montreal had a population of 1,704,694. The Montreal metropolitan area is home to more than 4.2 million residents.
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Peoples Church of Montreal
We hope that you feel welcome when you enter our doors. We invite everyone to hear the good news and to feel at home at Peoples Church.
Purpose Statement: ” We are led by God to bring people to salvation in Christ, connect with one another as members of God’s family, grow together into Christ-like maturity, and equip each other for service in the church and our life mission in the world, in order to glorify God’s name.”
- For the latest updates and information, visit online at: http://www.peoplesmontreal.org
A God-Given Future | Peoples Church of Montreal
Basilique Notre-Dame de Montréal
It’s only $5 to enter and they have hourly guides in English and French. So time your visit here at the top of the hour for the English tour. I learned a… read more »
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Montreal (Archidioecesis Marianopolitana). On August 20, 1951, Bishop Giovanni-Battista Montini, future Pope Paul VI, visited the Cathedral. On August 31, 1969, Cardinal Karol Wojtyla, future Pope John Paul II, entered it. We did not know, then, that on September 10, 1984, he would return to this same Cathedral and be the first pope to visit Canada.
An absolutely stunning Church, that is as beautiful as it is large. Mary, Queen of the World Cathedral is right up there with the St. Peter’s and St…. read more »
L’Oratoire Saint-Joseph du Mont-Royal
The Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mont-Royal is an amazing church with a rich, interesting history. The architecture is incredible and awe-inspiring, and it… read more »
Chapelle of Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours
The history of the beautiful Chapelle of Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours is deeply intertwined with the fascinating story of Sainte Marguerite Bourgeoys. Born in… read more »
Eglise Saint-Jean Baptiste
A stunning cathedral in the heart of the Plateau, this church is a fantastic venue for shows, performances and presumably, for mass. I had the fortune of… read more »
Église St-Andrew et St-Paul
Nice hidden little parc beside the church, to relax and take a break from city in the middle of downtown. Only few benches so try your luck.. read more »
Basilique Saint-Patrick de Montréal
I posted my review on their English Yelp entry. Posted some pictures there too. Anyways, here’s my review: In a city filled with amazing Churches, St…. read more »
Church of St John the Evangelist
I had not been here in ages but it´s about the same, very cliquish crowd, clergy with a holier-than-thou attitude and a fake smile. I stayed after the… read more »
Église Unie Saint-James
This is one of the many beautiful Churches I stopped at during my recent visit to Montreal. Saint James United Church is a protestant church affiliated with… read more »
Montréal Chinese Alliance Grace Church
We are affiliated with The C&MA: Christian and Missionary Alliance in Canada. Continuously adapting to the linguistic and cultural needs of the community, Grace Church now offers Sunday worship services and Sunday School classes in multiple languages: Mandarin, Cantonese, English, and French.
Today, the English and French Congregation of Grace Church, true to its evangelistic tradition, welcomes not only Chinese but people from any ethnicity and background…
This is a Christian Evangelical church. They are mostly Chinese that attend but they do welcome other ethnicities. I was just visiting for the first time…. read more »
Église St-Enfant Jésus
The basement of this gorgeous edifice sunk back behind the park on St Laurent and Laurier hosts a great cavernous space for annual awesome events like Puces… read more »
Eglise Sainte Cecile
Alright this is a classically lovely Quebecois church on a green corner with a cafe and bistro. Ste Cecile is the patron saint of music and the art inside… read more »
Church of St. Michael and St. Anthony
Montreal, Quebec, Canada Travel Guide (Video)
Montréal Travel Video Guide: Canada’s second-largest city, Montreal is a fascinating blend of European charm and the American way of life. A tour of Montreal will take you across cobblestone streets, through architecture that dates back to the 1600s, and to its wonderful numerous green spaces.
The city’s inhabitants take great pride in Montreal’s natural beauty, and hikes up Mont Royal or along the St. Lawrence River are frequent activities for locals. The riverfront and the mountain are full of striking photo opportunities.
Montreal Quebec Canada Photo Gallery
Ville de Montréal – Official city portal
Montréal strives to be a universally accessible city where all people can exercise their rights and carry out their daily activities independently and without barriers, regardless of their abilities…
Tourism Montreal: Traveller
Information about local hotels, restaurants, attractions, festivals, and services for the tourism industry…
Montreal – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about the city in Quebec, Canada. … The city is on the Island of Montreal, which took its name from the same source as the city, and a few much …
Montreal Travel Guide | Travel + Leisure
Montreal Travel Guide. Centuries-old stone facades, traditional bistros, elegant boulevards, and a certain je ne sais quoi make Montreal’s reputation as an Old World city manqué well-deserved…
Montreal and Southwest Québec Rough Guides Snapshot Canada (includes Montebello, The Laurentians, the Eastern Townships and Trois-Rivières)
The Rough Guide Snapshot to Montréal and Southwest Québec is the ultimate travel guide to this fascinating part of Canada. It guides you through the city and surrounding region with reliable information and comprehensive coverage of all the sights and attractions, from elegant Vieux-Montréal to the vibrant Plateau district and from skiing in Mont-Tremblant to visiting the area’s vineyards.
Detailed maps and up-to-date listings pinpoint the best cafés, restaurants, hotels, shops, bars, and nightlife, ensuring you have the best trip possible, whether passing through, staying for the weekend, or longer. Also included is the Basics section from the Rough Guide to Canada, with all the practical information you need for traveling in Canada, including transport, food, drink, costs, and outdoor activities. Also published as part of the Rough Guide to Canada. | Learn more…
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