SS. Peter and Paul Sobor

Montréal , Quebec

SS. Peter and Paul Sobor

Founded 1907

Diocese: Archdiocese of Canada

Deanery: Quebec Deanery


1175 rue Champlain
Montréal, Quebec H2L 2R7


Office: 514-522-2801

Fax: 514-523-1011

Parish Contacts

Home: 514-522-2801


Ss Peter & Paul is located 2 blocks west of metro Papineau.  The Church stands at the corner of Champlain and Rene Levesque.

Schedule of Services

Primary language is Church Slavonic; the Calendar followed is the Julian (old style) Calendar.

6:00 PM All-Night Vigil.
Saturday Evening

10:00 AM Divine Liturgy.
Sunday Morning

6:00 PM All-Night Vigil.
Eves of Great Feasts

10:00 AM Divine Liturgy.
Mornings of Great Feasts

Hours and Presanctified Liturgy are celebrated at 9:00 AM, although occasionally held in the evening.  Please consult the Calendar on the parish website.
Great Lent

Parish Background

Founded in 1907 and incorporated in 1915 by immigrants from the Russian Empire, SS Peter and Paul eventually moved to its present location, a former Anglican Church, in a solemn public procession.  The parishioners, of mixed slavic background, have been served by a distinguished and dedicated series of deacons, priests, and bishops, including Bishop Antony and Archbishop Sylvester, Priests Oleg Boldireff, George Benigsen, John Tkachuk, and Deacons Peter Svetlovsky, Peter Feochary, and Gregory Maksymiuk. The community has produced a number of clergy for the Church.  The sisterhood and brotherhood contribute greatly to the family life of the parish; and the choir has always been a leader in singing.  The late Alexander A. Kaminsky was a well-known and long-time director who performed his duties at this parish for nearly fourty years. He was followed by Mr. Michael A. Woinowsky-Krieger who ably handled the duties of both choir director and psalomshtchik for over ten years.  Mr. Woinowsky-Krieger had the good fortune to serve on the kliros with Mr. Kaminsky and the late Alexander I. Chomicz, was psalomshtchik at the parish for nearly fifty years until his repose in 2001 at the age of 91.  The current choir director is Olena A. Ilvakhina.