Anjou United Church
Anjou QC

H1K 1R4

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Anjou United Church is an English speaking Christian community in the heart of Ville d'Anjou. Since the pandemic, we have been holding joint worship services with our sister church, Trinity United Church (Rosemont). We meet in-person the last Sunday of each month at Anjou at 10:30 a.m. Trinity hosts the remaining Sundays of the month at 11:00 a.m. All services are also offered on Zoom. Join us!

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Question: Where Should I Sit?

Answer: Some people worry about where to sit when you come to a new church. Don’t worry! At Trinity you will be warmly welcomed at the door to the sanctuary (worship hall) and the greeter will introduce themselves to you. Then you can sit wherever you want! Chances are you will be invited to sit with someone before you even get a chance to give it any thought.

Question: What About My Children?

Answer: You have children? Wonderful! Trinity is very kid-friendly. Kids are an integral part of our church family, so don’t worry if they can’t sit still or sit quietly. Kids (and their parents) have a special time in the service with Rev. Read before they are invited to their Sunday School classes. Check out our KIDS page for more details. You’ll see what a loving and vibrant kids programming we have.

Question: What Should I Wear?

Answer: Don’t worry! We come to church dressed in all sorts of attire, from t-shirts and jeans to dresses and suits. Wear what you feel comfortable in. Be you.
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Anjou United Church
7951 Dade Ave
Anjou, QC H1K 1R4
Canada
Phone: 514-352-7790
Fax: 514-721-2824
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Rev. Read Sherman
Rev. Read Sherman
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7951 Dade Ave
Anjou, QC H1K 1R4
Canada
Phone: 514-352-7790
Fax: 514-721-2824
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Anjou United Church Service Times

We meet in-person the last Sunday of each month at Anjou at 10:30 a.m. Trinity hosts the remaining Sundays of the month at 11:00 a.m. All services are also offered on Zoom.

Ash Wednesday 2024

Come celebrate the start of Lent at our Ash Wednesday service.

Wednesday, February 14 at 7:30 PM

Anjou United Church service times last updated on the 12th of February, 2024
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Anjou United Church History

Trinity United Church has a long history of transformation since the origins of our congregation in 1862! History buffs, here’s your chance to read about the evolution of Trinity.

1862 Some members of Erskine Presbyterian church downtown, who lived in the area we now know as Rosemount, formed the Petite Côte Mission, originally as a Sunday School.

1876 Taylor Presbyterian Church was formed.

1880 Taylor Presbyterian built a new church on Papineau Street.

1882 Evening services were being held at the Petite Côte Mission.

1900 In the early 1900s the Hochelaga Methodist congregation worshipped in a little red brick building on Marlborough Street.

1905 Rosemount Methodist Church was founded around 1905, meeting in private homes at first.

1910 The Petite Côte congregation moved into the assembly hall of Rosemount Public School (now Nesbitt School). Two years later, Rosemount Methodist built a church on 4th Avenue.

1912 The Petite Côte congregation constructed a building to serve as a lecture hall, recreational centre as well as a church. That building, that we now refer to as Trinity’s “old building,” was called Rosemount Presbyterian Church.

1914 The Hochelaga Methodist congregation built a new church on Pie IX Boulevard and chose the name Trinity Methodist Church.

1925 Methodist, Congregational and most Presbyterian churches in Canada joined together to form the United Church of Canada. With the formation of the United Church, Rosemount Presbyterian became Rosemount First United Church, Rosemount Methodist became Rosemount Central United Church and Trinity Methodist became Trinity United Church. In that same year, Taylor Presbyterian joined with East End Methodist to become Taylor-East End United Church.

1926 Rosemount Central built a new church on 4th Avenue.

1927 Trinity (Pie IX) dedicated a new sanctuary.

1929 Presbyterians, who had decided not to join the United Church of Canada, built Kydd Memorial Presbyterian Church on Rosemount Blvd.

1932 Zion United joined Taylor-East End United. Two years later, Taylor-East End & Zion United changed its name to St. Stephen’s United Church.

1956 Mountrose United Church was formed with services held in Mountrose School.

1959 St. Stephen’s United and Rosemount Central United formed a pastoral charge together. During that same year, Rosemount First United built a new sanctuary.

1960 Rosemount First United’s new sanctuary was dedicated on February 13, 1960. This is what Trinity still calls our “new building”!

1962 St. Stephen’s United and Rosemount Central United amalgamated, at first voting for the name St. Stephen’s Rosemount, but a year later, adopting the name Mount Stephen United Church.

1964 Mount Stephen United and Mountrose United amalgamated

1970 Rosemount First United Church, Trinity United Church and Mount Stephen United Church amalgamated into one congregation, using the building of one of the churches, the name of another and the minister of the third. Trinity United Church as we know it is born!

2009 Trinity United Church and Anjou United Church formed the Trinity-Anjou Pastoral Charge and share a minister, Rev. Read Sherman.

2012 St. George’s United amalgamated with Trinity United on June 30, 2012. The amalgamation allows Trinity United Church to continue to innovate and provide a Christian experience for people living in the East End of Montreal through the St. George’s Legacy Fund.

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Anjou United Church FAQs

Question: Where is Anjou United Church located?
Answer: Anjou United Church is located at 7951 Dade Ave, Anjou, Quebec.

Question: Who is Anjou United Church's pastor?
Answer: Anjou United Church's pastor is Rev. Read Sherman.

Question: What time is service at Anjou United Church?
Answer: We meet in-person the last Sunday of each month at Anjou at 10:30 a.m. Trinity hosts the remaining Sundays of the month at 11:00 a.m. All services are also offered on Zoom. Ash Wednesday 2024 Come celebrate the start of Lent at our Ash Wednesday service. Wednesday, February 14 at 7:30 PM

Question: What is Anjou United Church's dress code?
Answer: Don’t worry! We come to church dressed in all sorts of attire, from t-shirts and jeans to dresses and suits. Wear what you feel comfortable in. Be you.

Question: What is Anjou United Church's Facebook page?
Answer: https://www.facebook.com/AnjouUC/

Question: What is Anjou United Church's website?
Answer: http://trinityuc.net/

Question: What denominaiton is Anjou United Church?
Answer: Anjou United Church belongs to United Church of Canada denomination.

Question: Where Should I Sit?
Answer: Some people worry about where to sit when you come to a new church. Don’t worry! At Trinity you will be warmly welcomed at the door to the sanctuary (worship hall) and the greeter will introduce themselves to you. Then you can sit wherever you want! Chances are you will be invited to sit with someone before you even get a chance to give it any thought.

Question: What About My Children?
Answer: You have children? Wonderful! Trinity is very kid-friendly. Kids are an integral part of our church family, so don’t worry if they can’t sit still or sit quietly. Kids (and their parents) have a special time in the service with Rev. Read before they are invited to their Sunday School classes. Check out our KIDS page for more details. You’ll see what a loving and vibrant kids programming we have.

Question: What Should I Wear?
Answer: Don’t worry! We come to church dressed in all sorts of attire, from t-shirts and jeans to dresses and suits. Wear what you feel comfortable in. Be you.

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Anjou United Church listing was last updated on the 12th of February, 2024
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