14th February, 7–9 p.m.

Come with your spouse / life partner to the best Valentine's Day celebration of your life!

The Marriage Course is a global resource offering 7 weeks of discussion around your relationship. Any couple who have made a life-long commitment are welcome to attend. No group work. No pressure. No judgement. No pre-requisites! On this launch evening, we'll give you an introduction to the course (over a glass of wine & light dinner!) and invite you to come along to subsequent weeks if you want to, or simply be encouraged and have a great date-night, on this Valentine's Day itself.

Need help with babysitting? We have an amazing team of police-checked voluntary babysitters available too - just let us know! Please use this Facebook invitation to let us know you're coming!

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1439, rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest

Imagine one of Montreal's ancient closed churches, re-opened for all kinds of community activities in our neighbourhood... Imagine an exciting new community of faith in Jesus with vibrant multi-lingual worship & learning where families and individuals can celebrate and grow in God’s love, together... Our hope is to build a modern, open place where all can come with their questions about life. 

Based on a model for re-opening closed churches developed in Europe, our newly gathered team of Montrealers from all walks of life and faith backgrounds are right at the beginning of this new adventure.  We need your help!   Come and join us this term for our Open House Sundays, including discussion groups called Alpha and Tent Theology and including loads of music and kids activities.   If you've never been part of a church before, St Jax is a great place to try things out.   If you're new to Montreal, St Jax is the perfect place to meet new friends from Quebec, Canada and beyond.   

Led by Rev. Graham and Céline Singh and an amazing team from all walks of Montreal life, we are particularly inspired by a new movement of church planting from London England and led by a church called Holy Trinity Brompton.    We are part of the Anglican Diocese of Montreal which simply means we celebrate a broad variety of expressions of Christian worship.   Want to know more?   Enjoy exploring this website, our Facebook community or simply get in touch to say hello!