News & Events
We have cancelled face-to-face services on Sunday March 15, 2020. For more information see message from Karen. To find out about how you can participate in our first virtual service please see our Facebook page.
We are thrilled to announce The Reverend Doctor Karen Egan as our new Rector. Join us for her first Sunday with us on February 16, 2020.
St-George’s and our plans for Refettorio Montreal is in the international news! Fortune.com, December 21,2019
Top local chefs will use unsold food to make haute cuisine for the homeless, The Montreal Gazette, November 14, 2019.
Refettorio, a restaurant designed to help us “rediscover the value of the abandoned and the potential behind food surplus”, coming to St-George’s: Radio-Canada interview with Jean-Francois Archambault [15h18], November 5, 2019 [French only]
Refettorio is coming to St-George’s in 2020, Marie-Claude Lortie, La Presse, November 5, 2019. [French only]
CivitasX coverage on Breakfast TV, CityTV Montreal [December 12, 2108]
Making mats and pillows from plastic bags workshop [“Bag lady” passes on her knowledge to help the homeless, Montreal Gazette, November 2018]
CivitasX coverage on CityTV [November 2018]
We are pleased to announce our new partnership with the Wolf Pack Street Patrol and the Red Urban Project – important initiatives in Outreach and Education around Indigenous issues. We are proud to be a bring the the work of the truth and reconciliation to life in our own community.
Click here to see Meals to the Streets featured in Anglican Montreal
“Christians and Muslims join forces to feed homeless in downtown Montreal”, Click here to view our first anniversary coverage on CBC! Or listen to CBC Homerun interview with Rev’d Canon Steven Mackison and Imam Musabbir Alam.
Be part of Journées du patrimone religieux and join us for tours or a scavenger hunt to learn what makes our spiritual home so special and a National Heritage site on Sunday, September 8th from 1pm until 5pm.
Mat Making for the Homeless
February 2nd, 2019 from 13:00 to 15:00 at 1101 rue Stanley.
Jolene Otten will be hosting a mat making circle where you can learn how to weave mats and pillows from plastic bags or if you already how you can share with others. These created items will then be distributed to people living on the streets of Montreal. It’s a great way to recycle and give someone an extra bit of comfort.
Recently, a man relayed how happy he was to receive one of these mats and pillows, as it was the first time in 12 years that he had a pillow to sleep on. Sometimes the impact of our actions is larger than we can imagine. Come join us if this way of reaching out to those in need resonates with you. Looking forward to see you on February 2, 2019!