Union United Church

Montreal, Quebec


Welcome to Union United Church in Montreal

Union United Church is a congregation with open hearts and hands in the heart of downtown Montreal.
Please join us for Worship Service on Sundays at 10:00 a.m., and stay after the service for light refreshments and fellowship.


Effective April 1, 2015

Union United Church has moved from Rosedale United Church at
6870 rue de Terrebonne to a new temporary location at
Wesley United Church, 5964 Notre Dame de Grace Avenue in N.D.G.

As of April 12, 2015,
Union United Church Sunday Worship services will be held at 12:30 pm.


Please click here for press release of March 30, 2015


Our home at 3007 Delisle Street is closed for major renovations, so we are worshiping temporarily at Wesley United Church, 5964 Notre Dame de Grace Avenue in N.D.G., Quebec.

All are welcome! Come and bring your family and friends. Your presence will be a blessing to us and you will receive many blessings in return.

Union United Church Kicks Off Phase 2 of its
$1.6 Million Capital Campaign

Quebec's oldest Black congregation has launched the “Let’s Restore Union
Capital Campaign during the holiday season.



  • Click here for the press release

  • Join Let's Restore Union Capital Campaign on Facebook

  • Follow @Donate_to_Union on Twitter
    Encourage your friends to join us on social media and make a donation

  • Listen to interview on CJAD Radio from January 2, 2015
    Tommy Schnurmacher Show

  • Listen to interview on CBC News Montreal from December 17, 2014
    Union United Church seeks $600K in funding for urgent repairs

  • Watch CBC News Montreal segment from December 17, 2014
    Union United Church’s temporary location sold

  • Watch CTV News Montreal segment from December 17, 2014
    Restoring Union United


Meet our Minister


The Rev. Emmanuel Kwadwo Ofori was born and raised in a small town, Akomadan, in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. He earned his Diploma in Biblical Studies from Christian Service College in 1991 and a Diploma in Theology (with emphasis on Systematic Theology and History of the Early Church) from University of Ghana, Legon in 1991.




Upcoming Events


Have Fingers, Will Travel: A Tribute to Oliver Jones  

When:  April 3 to May 4, 2015 
Where:  Place des Arts’ Espace culturel Georges-Émile-Lapalme
Price:  Free

A tribute to the Canadian jazz pianist and composer, featuring a historical component, the exhibition will be presented from April 3rd to May 4th, 2015 in Place des Arts’ Espace culturel Georges-Émile-Lapalme, with an added artistic component.


Click here to visit moishistoiredesnoirs.com for more information




Please click here to download the application form



Union United Church has launched a comprehensive Capital Campaign called "Let Us Rise Up And Build". The scope of "Let Us Rise Up And Build" - $1.6 million by December 2014 - is unlike any other campaign in our 107-year old history. Not since Union's founding in 1907 has so much been at stake for the institution, the congregation we serve, and the community of Montrealers for whom we provide services.


Click here to read our brochure.

Click here to donate now.

Serving the Community

Union is open to helping anyone who is in need regardless of origin. If this is not possible directly through one of our programs, referrals will be made to partner organizations that are capable of doing so.


Our History and Spiritual Heritage

Our rich history and spiritual heritage was developed and tested over 107 years and we continue to serve a diverse congregation with roots from over 50 countries.



Thank You

to the businesses, churches and organizations for their donations & support.

Please CLICK HERE... for a list of our supporters.