A congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada, Eastern Synod, it serves 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. Our pews gather-in professionals and street people, young and old, newcomers and long-time members. Mission enterprises include Sunday School, Confirmation Ministry, Youth Group, Food Bank, Street Ministry, Student Ministry, Prayer Group, Seniors and other auxiliaries. The music mission cooperates extensively with the McGill Music Faculty.
About ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
St. John's is the oldest Lutheran church in Montreal, founded in 1853; the current building was erected in 1908. Although of German heritage, today it is ethnically and racially diverse. Mission in music is an important part of our tradition; both classical and modern. The church houses a Helmuth Wolff organ. Weekly services in German and English; occasionally also French. 9:30 a.m. German-language service (Eucharist) & 11 a.m. English-language Eucharist; except last Sunday of the month: 2 p.m. German-language Eucharist. Sunday School at 11 a.m. (September to April).