Welcome Back

After six months apart, we are really looking forward to worshipping together once again! But we want to do that safely. This video will show you what to expect when you return to the building and walk you through some of the safety protocol.

For those at risk or who prefer to remain at home for now, don’t forget that the full service will be live streamed online from our Facebook page.

Since the new safety guidelines will only allow us to welcome 25 people in the sanctuary and 25 people in the overflow in the Fellowship Hall, it would be helpful to know how many are planning to attend. Please send the minister an email (joel.coppieters@gmail.com) or leave a message at the church number (514-738-6115) if you are planning to join us.

The message this Sunday will focus on the most well known passage from the book of Micah that we have been studying where the Lord tells us what he requires of us “… that we do justice, love mercy and walk humbly with our God.”

We look forward to connecting in person … or on the livestream!

Pastor Joel

Re-Opening delay until Sunday October 4th, 2020

The installation of the new windows in the sanctuary was the last piece of our renovation work. When the windows (along with the outside trim connected to the stone) were installed in June, the brittle plaster on the inside sustained more damage than we had anticipated. Special wooden moldings had to be milled and when these are eventually installed the final step will involve a significant amount of plastering and patching, that will then need to be sanded and painted. In terms of the inside of the building, this will in fact be the messiest part of the renovations.
The original plan called for this process to be completed soon after the end of the construction holiday in July, which would have given us the month of August for the installation of the new audio and video equipment and the cleanup and sanitary preparations for re-opening on the first Sunday in September.
For a number of reasons, the skilled tradesmen working on our windows have had to delay their installation several times, and we only just received final confirmation that the work will be done September 8th to 11th. Only once their work is complete, can we finalize the installation of the new audio and video equipment that will be necessary to live stream our services.
The services on September 6th and 13th will be prerecorded and available online, and we hope to be able to broadcast live services on September 20th and 27th to test run the system.
With the building completely refreshed and cleaned, including new windows and lighting, with the new audio and video system fine tuned and with the proper COVID 19 sanitation measures in place … we look forward to welcoming you back to live services in the building at Côte des Neiges Presbyterian Church on Sunday, October 4th!

(For those who are available, we will have a final clean up and preparation day on Saturday, October 3rd, beginning at 9am.)

CDN Re-opening Letter

Dear members and friends,
It has been encouraging to hear the provincial health authorities talk about the gradual re-opening of places of worship. We are really looking forward to worshipping together again, but we want to proceed cautiously, respecting the guidelines to keep each one of you safe. For complete details, click here

He is Risen! – Easter Sunday updates from CDN

Brothers and sisters,

The dark long wait is over, it is Easter Sunday and He is risen … He is risen indeed!

In a little more than an hour, at 11am, our Easter Sunday presentation will be available on the Cote des Neiges Facebook page. Join us as we affirm our faith together, pray together and look to the Lord’s comfort in the words of Psalm 30. “Sorrow may tarry for the night, but joy comes in the morning.” (Please note that you don’t have to watch at 11am …it is recorded, not live, and it will be available to watch after that,… Read more


Dear members and friends of Côte des Neiges Presbyterian Church,
Like many of you, we have watched closely the latest developments over these last 48 hours and have in particular heard the requests to limit our group activities and points of contact. Taking these measures to limit the spread of the virus will be particularly important until the end of March. Read More

Holy Week

Palm Sunday today begins Holy Week, seven strange days of mixed emotions. On this day the crowds hailed Jesus with their “hosannas,” just warming their voices to cry out for His crucifixion less than a week later…Read more

If you are looking for a church that is solidly based on the Bible, proclaims Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord, and has a warm, loving, multi-ethnic fellowship, Cote des Neiges Presbyterian Church may be able to meet your needs.We hope you enjoy browsing our site, and would be happy to see you at one of our services.

We are an Evangelical, Reformed congregation of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, located in the Cote des Neiges area of Montreal, serving the entire island and beyond. Our concern is to worship God and bear witness to Jesus Christ in the inner city. Our people come from about 25 different ethnic groups and speak many languages (English, French, Tagalog, Twi, Arabic, German, Dutch, Tamil, etc). Members also come from a variety of denominational backgrounds.

Our services are in English, although the morning service is regularly translated simultaneously into French.
The services aim at worshiping the Lord with simplicity, reverence and dignity, combining traditional and contemporary styles of praise and prayer. The sermons seek to expound the Word of God and show how it applies to our lives daily.
We adhere to the Westminster Confession of Faith, an outstanding statement of Reformed Faith.


Sunday Worship Services (11:00 a.m & 7:00 p.m)

Great God of Wonders! Our choir, in preparation for the upcoming concert!

Our choir, in preparation for the upcoming concert of the Montreal West Presbyterian Church! Come celebrate their 127th anniversary with us this Saturday, October 27th, at 5PM!

Posted by Cote des Neiges Presbyterian Church on Thursday, October 25, 2018