First Visit?

RENAISSANCE CHURCH meets each sunday at 10am at 625 rue fortune.

What to Expect

Frequently asked questions and what you can expect on your first visit.

What is a Sunday morning service like?

Each service starts with worship music that could be a mix of traditional hymns, and modern worship songs. The musical style is primarily acoustic guitar with various added instruments. There is also time at the beginning to enjoy coffee and donuts together.  Our pastors share teaching from the Bible and how it applies to the Good News of Jesus, our lives, and the mission of Renaissance Church.  We are an English speaking church.


Who attends Renaissance Church?

People of all ages, backgrounds, and communities attend Renaissance. Montreal is a diverse city, and we seek to reflect that in our church.  We believe that with each new person, Renaissance becomes something new and uniquely gifted to carry out its mission. What gifts and talents will you bring as you serve and worship with us?


How big is Renaissance Church?

You’ll join about 40-50 people each week in worship.


What about kids?

Each Sunday, we have childcare available for kids ages 4 and under during our service.

For 5-9 year olds, we have a class that takes place after our service, from  11:15am-11:45am.  This age group will be in the church service with their parents.

For kids ages 10+, we offer a class after our church service, from 11:15pm-11:45pm.


What should I wear?

The atmosphere is casual. The point is not the outward appearance. Come comfortable!


COVID-19 Measures

In order to maintain health and safety, each person will use hand sanitizer when arriving and when leaving. Regular hand washing is encouraged. The use of masks is required. You may bring your own mask, or we will have masks available. Social distance of 2 meters will be maintained. If you are showing even one symptom related to COVID-19, we ask that you not attend. Thank you for helping us maintain health and safety for our church and our community!


If I have more questions, who should I talk to?