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Armenian Churches in Montreal, QC

First Armenian Evangelical Church
11455 Rue Drouart, Montreal, QC, H3M 2S6
(514) 832-0220

Although some Protestant Armenians had immigrated to Montreal before and after the Armenian Genocide of 1915, they were not enough to immediately constitute a church of their own. It was not until 1960 when the First Armenian Evangelical Church opened its ...

Holy Cross Armenian Church
4464 St-Martin Ouest, Laval, QC, H7W 3S6
(450) 687-5355

Holy Cross Armenian Church (Diocese) is currently going through construction phase and is expected to be completed sometime in 2013. The links and videos below can be used to check on the current status of the construction process.

Notre Dame de Nareg Armenian Catholic Church
858, Boulevard de la Cote-Vertu, Saint-Laurent, QC, H4L 1Y4
(514) 748-6435

Notre Dame de Nareg Armenian Catholic Church, as a congregation, was officially established and recognized in 1966. At this time the church served about 100 families in the Montreal area, but did not have a permanent priest, nor a building of their own. T ...

Sourp Hagop Armenian Apostolic Cathedral
3401 Olivar Asselin, Montreal, QC, H4J 1L5
(514) 331-5445

Sourp Hagop Armenian Apostolic church (Prelacy) was the first church in Canada to be organized under the jurisdiction of the Prelacy in 1958. In these early years the church purchased an existing church and renamed it to Sourp Hagop. But as time passed an ...

Sourp Kevork Armenian Apostolic Church
397 Boulevard des Prairies, Laval des Rapides, QC, H7N 2W6
(450) 688-6795

Armenian Apostolic church (Prelacy). Located in Laval des Rapides borough of Laval, just across the Rivière des Praires (Back River), which separates Montreal from Laval. Sourp Kevork doesn't have an actual church edifice, but has been organizing the ann ...

St Gregory the Illuminator Cathedral
615 Stuart Ave., Outermont, QC, H2V 3H2
(514) 279-3066

Today, St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Cathedral serves as the headquarters of the Armenian Diocese of Canada. However, the history of the church dates back to the 1950s. The church was officially formed in 1957 as a group, and held services in an ...

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