• Ministering in Sherbrooke, QC
  • The Princivil Family

About our Family

We met for the first time in Ottawa in 1997. After dating for a few years, we married in 2003 and are both very blessed to serve the Lord together. God has since added 4 beautiful kids to our family.
After serving in a pastoral role in Orleans, Canada for five years, we moved our family to Sherbrooke, Quebec in the summer of 2014. We’re very excited to see what God has in store for this part of Sherbrooke as Jean-Marc takes on a pastoral role. Our family’s passion is to see this community transformed for His glory.

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The Princivil Family
Jean-Marc & Myra

About our Ministry

Since 2014, our family (Jean-Marc, Myra, Noah, Anaël, Éloïse et Kyria) lives in Sherbrooke, Quebec (Canada) in the Mont-Bellevue neighbourhood. We are called to lead a church plant with the Sherbrooke francophone church “Source de Vie” and bring the first evangelical presence to this part of the city. Our role through the church plant process is to serve the community, bring its residents to the knowledge of Jesus’ love and disciple them as they grow in the faith.

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What a blessing to have Jean-Marc and Myra as neighbours! We can only say good things about them. They are a blessing to us as Christians. What makes them special is the love of Jesus shining through them.Pickot, Francine, Jonathan & Abigael
The Princivil family: energy, enthusiasm, encouragement, extraordinary visionaries, very capable and flexible… examples of faith and perseverance. They are awesome. They work towards well thought-through goals with much energy, faith and sensibility. God prepared them for us and us for them. They are the perfect fit.Jennifer Dallaire
I’m touched to see Jean-Marc and Myra’s love for the Lord and for each of us at l’Église du Mont-Bellevue, their personal interest in each person… taking the time to listen and observe to better understand who we are. I’m encouraged by their involvement and work accomplished in only seven months since they’ve arrived… not to mention their generosity and the welcoming atmosphere they have at their home for many different church meetings.Marj Robbins
As recent immigrants to Canada, we have the huge challenge of becoming a part of the community and feeling at home. Since the Princivil family’s arrival, we’ve been able to develop a feeling of belonging in our community. They represents a living testimony to God’s goodness and we hope they remain here for a very long time.Yovanna & Alejandro

Support Us

We are looking for a team of partners to support our church plant project in Sherbrooke, Quebec. More specifically we are looking for a team of people to support us in prayer and through financial gifts. Our ministry entails many different needs and so we are looking for partners that will support us at monthly amounts of $25, $50, etc. Your gifts and prayers allow us to accomplish our calling and serve the community we live in.

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Click here to give online through CanadaHelps. Monthly giving is possible through credit card on the CanadaHelps website. Cheques can be written out to and mailed to:

Église du Mont-Bellevue
1925 Belvédère Sud Sherbrooke, QC
J1H 5S1, Canada

All gifts from Canadian donors will be issued a tax receipt at the end of the year.

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  • Work diligently to touch lives for Jesus Christ
  • Be good stewards of the ressources the Lord lends us
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Jean-Marc : princivilj@hotmail.com

Myra : myranali@hotmail.com

(819) 919-4877

Mont-Bellevue Church

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