New Visitiors


Light and health to you and your loved ones.

Following government and health authority Covid-19 current guidelines, we are slowly reopening our Church. In the meantime, we ask for your patience as we adapt to the continuing changes.

Our Visitor forms are now open, however we count on your understanding as it may take a while to respond to applications and questions.

Céu do Montréal


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(Photo Credit: Ceu do dedo de Deus)

Céu do Montréal welcomes visitors, however all visitors must read the “Visitor’s Guide”, participate in a personal interview, and attend a hymn practice at our church, prior to attending a Work. We ask potential visitors to attend an information session, and/or to review the videos on the education page of this website and the videos on the Santo Daime here:

An Information Evening is held every three months which we encourage all potential visitors to attend. Visitors’ forms must be completed, and any auxiliary medical information provided prior to attending their first Work.
Pre-registration for Information Evenings is required.
We will email you a link to the Information Session a week prior to the event.

Céu do Montréal is an independent Santo Daime church and a non-profit organization, volunteer-managed, and supported by members and visitors and their donations. We maintain our website and all the information on it as a community education effort. Please help to support our endeavours.

To make a direct donation click the button below

Kindly note that it may take a while for us to respond, and we generally have a waiting list for Works. Please be patient as we are a small church, we take the preparation, health, and well-being of our visitors seriously and this process may take up to a few months.
Please note that Céu do Montréal is a single Sacrament Church.

It is important that all visitors understand that the Works can be physically, emotionally, and spiritually challenging. Preparation for a Work includes following recommendations of healthy self-care as well as setting clear intentions regarding participation. It is helpful to prepare on the physical, mental, and emotional levels, in order to be more open on the spiritual level. Part of the Santo Daime tradition is to be mindful of activities and habits for three days before a Work and for three days following a Work.

Important note for people who live out-of-town:

Please note that, when invited to an information evening and Works, all out-of-town visitors must make their own arrangements for travel to, and accommodation in Montreal. According to our tradition and regulations, no new visitors can drive home after a Work. Thank you for your understanding.

For More Information and if you wish to visit Céu Do Montréal:
CDM Visitors Guide