Empress has several churches, some are no longer holding services, however the beautiful buildings are still standing.
Family Worship Center
221 2 Street East
A Pentecostal Assembly that meets regularly on Sunday mornings at 10:30 am. Located in the northeastern corner of Empress, the Family Worship Center also holds Bible Studies on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm, and services on special occasions. An active part of the Empress Village and community, Family Worship Center is a Pentecostal Assembly Of Canada (PAOC) Church. Donna Habich is the contact, at 403-565-2223.
412 2 Street West (the old school)
A non-denominational church of full gospel believers that meet once per week for worship services, Sunday school and youth group. They believe that each one of them make up the U (you) and R (are) in the word church. Services are led by Martin Jarvis and family with various accompanying musicians. Worship and Sunday School Sundays 10:30 a.m. Youth Group Fridays at 7:00 p.m. Contact Martin Jarvis 403-664-9586 or Mary Van Der Kloet 403-565-0008
Old Churches (no services anymore)
Saint Mary’s Anglican Church
514 2 Street West
It was originally built in 1914 and remains standing in much the same shape as it was back then, complete with the bell and outhouse. The Anglican Church is owned by the Empress Historical Society and was designated a Municipal Historic Site on February 19, 2009.
Saint Paul’s Lutheran Church
220 2 Avenue West
A part of the history of Empress. The church held its last service in 1999, but the building still stands as a reminder of days gone by. It is now a private residence.
The Church of the Infant Jesus Roman Catholic Church
431 3 Street West
Was at different times also known as the Nativity Catholic Church, and Evensong. This building also offers a peek into the past, with its steeple rising above the roof tops of Empress.
McNeill Memorial United Church
120 3 Avenue West
This former church has been converted into a residence and wood shop.