I’m not a baptist can I still attend?

Absolutely. You can attend whatever your faith, or if you have none! When you come for the first time please be sure to let the greeters know you are a newcomer, and fill out a yellow card that you will be given by the greeters.

Is there a dress code?

No. The Bible isn’t specifically concerned about how we look on the outside or about the clothes we wear when we worship God. Some people prefer to dress more formally as a symbol of respect. But generally the guideline is to be sensible and wear clothes that will not distract others.

What kind of church is TBC?

TBCis a Baptist church located in central Montreal, Canada. We are a diverse church, and many of our members come from a variety of ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds, but we are all united by our common interest in learning more about what God has done for us through his Son, Jesus Christ. We consider Scripture to be God’s word revealed to us, and we uphold the orthodox principles of the Christian faith.

Where can I get a copy of the sermon I just heard?

TBC provides audio cds and tapes of all its sermons by request for a small fee. Telephone 514-279-9626, with the date and service you’re interested in. Alternatively, you can listen to a sermon online or search for a particular sermon by going to our Online Sermons page.

Who is TBC affiliated with?

TBC is a member of the Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec.

What ministry model does Temple follow?

TBC believes in the priesthood of all believers. Our ministry staff work along side the congregation while training leaders within the church. The pastoral staff is supported by a Board of Elders. The general business of the church is handled by the Group Ministry.

Does TBC have infant baptism?

No. TBC believes in a personal commitment to Jesus Christ as Saviour as a pre-requisite to baptism. Baptism is by immersion after this commitment.

Does TBC have infant dedications?

Yes. Parents bring their small children before the congregation to commit themselves to the Christian upbringing of their children.