“A church for all nations”
A place where you belong
Helping people of Montreal ignite their love for Jesus, grow in faith and go into the world equipped to serve. Join hundreds of others every Sunday who come from all over Montreal and enjoy a safe place to explore your faith.
One church, many nations.
Shyju & Tiny Mathew
Senior Pastors of Emmanuel Church
Welcome to Emmanuel Church’s online home. We desire to create a tradition free and a Jesus loving environment. It’s our passion to see the body of Christ learning to rise and love Jesus everyday. His mercies are new every morning. Come experience His abundant life in Montreal.
A place for your family
A place for your family – Starting with child care during our 11 a.m. Sunday service, we cater to your entire family with specific programs for your children.
Every Friday, we have an exciting youth and young adults program where you can also dig in to the Bible with the adults simultaneously.
Planning a visit? No worry. We’ll do our best to make you feel at home with us.
As a little girl facing violence and abuse I turned to cutting myself and attempted to commit suicide. Several times my stomach was pumped at the ICU and by the age of 16 I had already spent 6 months in a psychiatric hospital. All this sounds like a person with no hope for a future unless encountered by a very powerful and loving God! Come join us to learn how your life can change like mine!!
Sarah Evans, Special Care Counsellor
Filled with anxiety and fear of death after being diagnosed of cancer. Jesus not only healed me, He gave me new strength and the will to live and take care of my family. Come experience the same!
3 bullet wounds! 2 stabbings! 3 jail sentences and a total of 13 years behind bars! My life was full of sin and darkness, but my life is no longer the same and everything has changed beyond belief… Come see me on a Sunday morning and ask me how!
Nick Fediricci, Second Chance Cafe
The number one source of stress is worry. We worry about our family, job, finances, health, world issues, etc. We worry about things that will never happen. Worry does not change our situation.
As believers, we need to learn the power of the spoken word. As long as there is breath in our bodies, we need to be conscience of every word that we say.
Do you seek the Lord desperately for an answer. What should we do when we find ourselves in a place where hope is faint and disappointment takes the place of our faith in God?