About Christ Church Cathedral

Begun as the protestant congregation in Montreal in 1760 and officially designated as a parish in 1820, Christ Church was proclaimed a Cathedral in 1850 with the founding of the Anglican Diocese of Montreal. The now-familiar neo-gothic structure was built in 1859. It stands in the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe peoples.

The red doors of Christ Church Cathedral on St Catherine St. West are open seven days a week. The church serves a growing and diverse congregation of all ages and offers an oasis of peace in the bustling city centre—welcoming  tourists and Montrealers alike to find inspiration, social and spiritual support, or simply a quiet place to rest. It serves the Diocese of Montreal as well, and reaches out to the wider community through social service and social justice activities. In addition to regular worship services, the Cathedral hosts scores of cultural events each year.

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Campaign Media Coverage

Christ Church Cathedral Launches $ 8 Million-Dollar Fundraising Campaign

Montreal, May 30, 2017 – For the first time in more than 125 years, Montreal’s Christ Church Cathedral is appealing to the wider community to help save its mission to the public and the building that makes that mission possible.

The Major Fundraising Campaign has a goal of $8 million, to preserve the spire, interior and exterior of the building, and to support the cathedral’s rich musical tradition, public concerts and social services. Continue reading “Christ Church Cathedral Launches $ 8 Million-Dollar Fundraising Campaign”