About Us

Who we are

Burning Bush logo of Presbyterian Church in Canada

St. Andrew’s is a Christian (Reformed Protestant) church that serves the greater South Shore of Montreal, Quebec.

St. Andrew’s is also a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in Canada.


What we believe

The booklet Living Faith (French: Foi Vivante) (~30 pages) is a short summary of what we believe. A free electronic copy can be accessed here.


A Brief Church History

When St. Cuthbert’s Presbyterian (founded 1892) voted to enter into the United Church in 1925, a group of members opted to remain Presbyterian. This marked the humble beginning of Saint Andrew’s Presbyterian church. Our congregation worshiped in the local school for a couple of years until before the present building at 496 Birch was constructed in 1927.

Today we continue to be a Christian witness, and our congregation consists of an ethnically diverse population living across the South Shore of Montreal.

Photo of St Andrews church exterior, taken in 2009