- MYU provides community based programs that connect passionate people to the aspirations of Quebec youth.
- MYU offers authentic relationships and fun, innovative programming to enable youth to discover their worth and God’s unique purpose for their lives.
- MYU empowers compassionate people to actively participate in the transformation of Quebec youth.
- MYU sees the hope and potential in every young person.
We empower the youth of Quebec to attain their full-life potential…by responding to their relational, intellectual, physical, and emotional needs and by encouraging them to pursue a personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ.
To see the youth of Quebec transformed through the love of God and effecting positive change in their world.
We are followers of Jesus.
We are devoted to the Word of God and prayer.
We are passionate about sharing God’s love.
We are committed to social involvement.
We are creative, innovative and adventurous.
We are devoted to young leadership development.
We are intentional about partnership development.
We are dedicated to excellence and sustainability.
We are respectful of each and every people group.
Montreal Youth Unlimited (in French “Jeunesse Sans Limite”) has its proud history as Youth For Christ (YFC). YFC has a distinctive history. In the early 1940s during World War II, large rallies were held in Canada, England and the United States that led to the development of an organized movement under the leadership of its first staff member, Billy Graham.
Montreal YFC (MYFC) began its chapter in the 1950’s. Through the 1980’s and early 1990’s, MYFC was characterized by a strong emphasis on personal relationships. Programs were a platform to connect with high-school-aged youth. This period saw many weekly discussion groups begin in schools, as well as gym blasts, coaching of school sports teams, snow retreats, and summer camps. It was also during this period that the first MYFC drop-in center, the Vault, opened.
The late 1990’s began a period of strong growth for the organization, including the launch of street-level ministries, the opening of 3 new drop-in centers and the launch of HeartQuake, a citywide bilingual event drawing several hundred youth on a monthly basis.
The 2000’s saw solid and significant growth. Many partnerships with camps and other like-minded organizations were developed to increase the effectiveness and impact of the ministry. Social programs were also launched in new and existing centers geared to alleviating physical, social, and emotional