History of our church

The story of our local congregation dates back to February 11, 1989.  On that Saturday morning, forty-six members from the Westmount Seventh-day Adventist Church gathered for their inaugural worship service at the rented Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, located at 1389 Victoria, St-Lambert. Theirs was a dream come true through much prayer, dialogue and hard work. 
The company was officially organized as a church on June 10, 1989, under the leadership of Pastor Cyril Millett III.  The name, “South Shore Seventh-day Adventist Church”, was then adopted.
In October of 1998, after years of sacrificial commitment, the Lord saw fit for the congregation to buy the historical church building then still own by the First Baptist Church in St-Lambert. Ever since that time, the “South Shore Seventh-day Adventist Church” has been serving the Brossard, Greenfield Park, LeMoyne and St-Hubert and St-Lambert communities, through Bible conferences as well as family geared programs that help people enjoy more meaningful relationships supported by a holistic, healthier lifestyle.
Our congregation today is composed of Brazilians, British, Chinese, Filipino, Canadians, Guadeloupians, Guyanese, Haitians, Panamanians, Romanians, West Indians, Seychellois and Zimbabweans, but irrespective of our varied backgrounds, we are one happy family raising our voice in praise to God.
We pray that you too will feel welcome to join us as we celebrate life abundantly as Jesus Himself has promised!

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