Come join us for church in-person on Sunday! Starting April 10, 2022, we will be back to in-person gathering for Sunday worship service!

Due to COVID restrictions, seating capacity is limited. We can accommodate 35 seats max. If you are interested and feel comfortable meeting in person, please register via the Eventbrite link here; sign-up is on first come first serve basis. Please do read attentively our COVID guidelines for attendees when registering; we kindly ask everyone to respect these guidelines upon arrival.

COVID Guidelines for Grace Montreal Church Attendees
1) If you are not feeling well, please stay home and join us via our YouTube livestream
2) Upon entering the building, please use the provided sanitizer.
3) While indoors, a procedure mask or face covering must be worn. Masks may only be taken off when seated and silent or speaking in a low voice. Masks must be worn while singing.
3) Please maintain social distancing while indoors. Seating has been arranged to maintain a distance of 2m.

Communion Sundays
We hold communion on every first Sunday of the month. In compliance with COVID restrictions, prepackaged communion elements will be made available in those Sundays.

Not able to join us in person?

No worries! We will continue with the online livestream as well via our YouTube channel.

HOW TO JOIN US DURING THE PANDEMIC: Important Notice Regarding Our Sunday Worship Services

Dear friends,
In light of the rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus, and the government’s guidelines, we have chosen to act with responsibility and faithfulness to mitigate the spreading of the virus. Therefore:

Until further notice, we will not be meeting in-person on Sunday mornings, but will be hosting our services online via our Zoom Virtual Congregation at 10:30am; details here.
We will post only the sermon on our YouTube channel once the live service ends .

If you would like to send in your offering, the best way given the circumstance is to give online from our website (“Supporting Our Ministry“).

Small groups are continuing online via Zoom Meeting; for more details please visit our Small Groups site.

(Also, please if you can, do not gather in groups other than with your families and roommates. This is not about being fearful, but being careful and prudent. We must be wise and proactive in curbing the spread of the virus, until we reach a time when the statistics start to level off and we are in a safe and healthy period.)

Prayer meeting on Sunday morning will be held online at 9:30pm via Zoom. Contact Gamoon Lau for Zoom invite.

Sunday school will take place every other Sunday at 9:45pm via Zoom. Contact Ekaterina Dobrokhotova for Zoom invite.

We strongly encourage people to exercise vigilance, common sense, and loving responsibility (self-isolate if you exhibit flu like symptoms or have been in contact with anyone who has traveled coming from effected regions)

Please keep in mind the elderly or those with compromised immune systems are at greater risk.

As Christians we are neither given to excessive fear, nor are we to be reckless. Faithfulness means taking loving responsibility. We must act with an abundance of care for our neighbours by being vigilant, washing our hands regularly, and if you exhibit any flu like symptoms self-isolate.

We are also reminded to trust. God is sovereign(Is 41:10). Therefore we need not panic. This is a cornerstone of our faith and it gives us peace. Fear should not control us, rather faith in his sovereign control over all things.  So we pray to embrace his sovereignty. We reassure those who are fearful. We point one another to God’s perfect control and grow in our trust of him who holds all things together (Col 1:17). We grow in thankfulness that God is on his throne.

We are reminded to pray and help those in need. Not only are we to be concerned for those who are near to us, we are reminded to pray for all who are suffering. Pray for God’s comfort and healing (Je 17:14). Pray for the leaders of the land –to lead with wisdom and strength (1Ti2:1-2). Pray for the healthcare workers who are on the front lines. And be courageous to offer help as the need arises.

This epidemic also reminds us of our idols and the frailty of our lives. Situations like these sharpen our sense of what is truly important. The rise and fall of economies will reveal our idols (Lu 12:20). Our lives are but temporary (Ps 103:14), so we are reminded of our eternal future. We seek more than temporary relief, but eternal things. We long for people to come to saving faith in Christ. We have opportunities to offer hope to others. So we want our hearts to be turned heavenward, and to be emboldened more to live for his glory.

May we be fearless and loving. May we trust, and pray that through times such as these, hearts would be turned to the gospel of Jesus Christ.

God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear though the earth gives way, though the mountains be moved into the heart of the sea, though its waters roar and foam, though the mountains tremble at its swelling…The Lord of hosts is with us; the God of Jacob is our fortress.   -Psalm 46:1-8