Quebecers need to encounter Jesus in a fresh way.

In the span of only two decades, attendance at religious services dropped by 31 points: today only 17% of people living in Quebec say that they join some kind of religious gathering once a month (Pew Research Centre).

This decline is not the only thing factoring into Quebec’s cultural landscape. Recent polls show that one in three households are comprised of one person - the highest level of all the provinces and territories - revealing the isolation of many who have prioritized working hard and getting ahead.

Yet Quebec culture is vibrant and creative. Welcoming to immigrants and students, Quebecers have retained a rich character of joie de vivre. With a history heavy with complex religious baggage, this province is calling for a fresh contextualization of the gospel.

Learn more about the new things we’re supporting in Quebec below, and consider supporting our vision fund for Quebec.

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Troy Wiesner supports New Ventures in Quebec.

New Ventures in Quebec

 Under the leadership of Daniel and Judy Fong, Quebec Glorious Alliance is providing a community for those with no church to attend in Quebec City.

Under the leadership of Daniel and Judy Fong, Quebec Glorious Alliance is providing a community for those with no church to attend in Quebec City.

 Thousands of newcomers from mainland China are steadily settling in Montreal’s South Shore, and Mei-Ying Yang and others are prayerfully reaching this growing demographic.

Thousands of newcomers from mainland China are steadily settling in Montreal’s South Shore, and Mei-Ying Yang and others are prayerfully reaching this growing demographic.

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