List of Ottawa churches

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Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica, the oldest and largest church in Ottawa, is a National Historic Site of Canada and the central church of the Catholic Archdiocese of Ottawa.
St. Alban's Anglican Church is Ottawa's oldest surviving church building and was attended by many of Canada's early political leaders, including Canada's first prime minister Sir John A. Macdonald.
The MET is a church in Ottawa's south end.
Ste-Anne Catholic Church is a rare example of Québecois church architecture in Ontario. It is home to St. Clement Parish, a Catholic community which continues to use the traditional Latin liturgy.


Eastern-Rite Catholic[edit]

Latin-Rite Catholic[edit]

Archdiocese of Ottawa[edit]

The Archdiocese of Ottawa includes several parishes outside the city limits, which have been included in the list. Francophone communities are marked with a fleur-de-lys: Fleur de lys du québec.png.

Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter[edit]

Roman Catholic Military Ordinariate of Canada[edit]

Catholic churches not in communion with the Holy See[edit]

Christian Science[edit]


Canadian Forces Support Unit Ottawa Chaplain Services

Free Methodist[edit]


Eastern Orthodox[edit]

Patriarchate of Constantinople[edit]

Greek Orthodox Church[edit]

Greek Orthodox Church of Antioch[edit]

Orthodox Church in America[edit]

Romanian Orthodox Church[edit]

Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia[edit]

Serbian Orthodox Church[edit]

Ukranian Orthodox Church[edit]

Oriental Orthodox[edit]

Coptic Orthodox Church[edit]

Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church[edit]



Anglican Church of Canada[edit]

Diocese of Ottawa[edit]

Anglican Church in North America[edit]

Associated Gospel[edit]


Fourth Avenue Baptist Church in the Glebe

Brethren in Christ[edit]

Charismatic Churches[edit]

Christian Brethren[edit]

Christian and Missionary Alliance (CMA)[edit]

Evangelical Free[edit]


Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC)[edit]

Lutheran Church–Canada (LCC)[edit]


Mennonite Brethren[edit]



Reformed Presbyterian[edit]


Seventh-day Adventist[edit]


United Church of Canada[edit]


Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)[edit]

Unitarian Universalist[edit]


  1. ^ Louis Zephirin Gauthier
  2. ^ Victor Roy
  3. ^ Joseph Simeon Jude Routhier
  4. ^ Charles Brodeur
  5. ^ Father Joseph Michaud
  6. ^ Auguste Martineau
  7. ^ See Wikimapia for Map
  8. ^ James Strutt Library & Archives Canada
  9. ^ James Strutt Library & Archives Canada
  10. ^ James Strutt Library & Archives Canada
  11. ^ Cf. Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online, Church of the Living Word (Ottawa).
  12. ^ St. Timothies takes shape Ottawa Citizen Dec 12, 1959
  13. ^ James Strutt Library & Archives Canada
  14. ^ James Strutt Library & Archives Canada
  15. ^ James Strutt Library & Archives Canada

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