Job Opportunity

St. Barnabas Anglican Church in Pierrefonds, Quebec, is searching for its next incumbent. Set in this multi-cultural suburban city on the Island of Montreal, this active and spirit-filled congregation is seeking a leader who will lead them into the next chapter of their ministry and will walk with them as they redevelop their current building site. Interested applicants should send their expression of interest to the Bishop of Montreal, the Rt. Rev’d Mary Irwin Gibson, by noon on Tuesday, September 3, 2019 (see parish profile for details).


Supper Club Pic Nic edition...

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When: Monday August 26th from 5:30-7:30

Where: Parc René Levesque (Lachine)

What To Bring: Bring your own blanket or chair, food, drink, utensils and badminton racquet.

We look forward to a very informal, relaxed, easy going evening of friendship, faith and fun (for the whole family) Hopefully some music too! Bring your instruments…

Sadly, dogs aren’t permitted in the park :(

Let me know if you can make it! Have a wonderful summer until then!

Love and Prayers,


In the spirit of Summer, we are hosting our next Supper Club by the water on a picnic blanket!

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NEW Job opportunites

St. George’s Church in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue


St. George’s Church in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue in the Diocese of Montreal is searching for its next incumbent. It is an active, caring Anglican community, welcoming diversity and supporting and encouraging people to grow in Christ, to become faithful stewards of God’s gifts and to live out a joyful sharing of God’s Love with each other and the world. Located on the Western edge of the Island of Montreal, it serves a diverse population that includes a ministry to students at the local university and CEGEP as well as children and young families and seniors. For further information or to apply, please inquire with the Bishop’s Office at by Friday, August 30, 2019.

Find their parish profile here.

The Parish of St. Barnabas, St-Lambert

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The Parish of St. Barnabas, St-Lambert is seeking potential candidates who may feel called to participate in God’s work with us as incumbent. Centrally located in Saint-Lambert, on the South Shore of Montreal, our buildings and property are in excellent condition. The city offers wide cultural and educational opportunities.  Founded in 1877, the parish boasts a broad history of service within the community.   Like many churches, St Barnabas is striving, with willingness, to meet and respond to changing demands. Therein lies the challenge--to find a faithful pastor who, led by the Holy Spirit, will guide and encourage us in our latest journey.  For further information or to apply, please inquire with the Bishop’s Office at by Thursday, August 15, 2019.

Find parish profile here


Pride Mass 2019 (Sunday, August 11th 2019)

Celebrating and honouring the LGBTQ+ community with a dedicated worship service during #MontrealPrideweek
There will be refreshments on the Cathedral forecourt following the service!

Check out a piece written by the Dean of the Cathedral, The very Reverend, Bertrand Olivier

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Saying Good Bye to the Rev'd Dr. Donald Boisvert (1951-2019)

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It is with great sadness that we announce that our dear friend and esteemed colleague, the Rev’d Dr. Donald Boisvert has died after a long illness.

May he rest in peace and rise in Glory

Donald's funeral will take place at Christ Church Cathedral on Wednesday 26 June at 3 pm, followed by a reception at Fulford Hall.

His coffin will be received in the Cathedral at 1 pm, after which there will be a time for viewing.

.The Rev'd Dr. Donald Boisvert served many years at the cathedral, including as interim priest-in-charge. He also had a long and successful career as an academic theologian, teaching at Concordia University and serving as principal of Montréal Diocesan Theological College.

Listen to a sermon by Donald HERE

“Trinitarian Tango in Drag”

Read a tribute by Concordia University honouring Donald’s memory HERE

“Teaching was for him a kind of Ministry”