All Saints Vendée is an Anglican Church in the Diocese of Europe, and we welcome all denominations to our services which are held at 11.00 every Sunday. There are a number of House Groups and other activities. Details of these and recent news can be found on our website, and the times and venues for services can be seen there.
Our website: www.allsaintsvendee.fr
We are a chaplaincy of the Church of England serving residents in Normandy. All are welcome to our Sunday services in English that take place at 5.30 pm at the Chapelle de la Miséricorde, rue Elie de Beaumont, Caen. Fellowship over tea or coffee and often light supper at a local restaurant. We are served by a team of 4 chaplains, under the aegis of St. George's Anglican Church in Paris.
The Chaplaincy of Aquitaine is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion and in the Diocese in Europe.
We minister to the spiritual needs of English-speaking people in the Gironde, Dordogne, and Lot et Garonne and part of the Gers. As an Anglican Chaplaincy, we are home to Christians from all denominations. We also welcome those who are exploring questions of faith, or who are simply looking for companionship or support. All are welcome!
Our congregations are comprised of many different nationalities, and we meet in a dozen or so churches and in private homes throughout the region. Services are led by a growing team of clergy, readers, and worship leaders, and include baptisms, weddings, and funerals.
We find ourselves once more without a chaplain, our “new” chaplain the Rev. Kirrilee Reid having resigned half-way through her contract. We sincerely hope the stakeholders (the dioceses of Canterbury and Europe, plus the United Society Partners in the Gospel) will continue funding for a new chaplain and refugee project officer, but until an appointment is made, our three worship centres (Calais, Boulognesur-Mer and Hesdin) face a period of lay services alternating with visiting priests.
President : Pat Page firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer : Linda Pillière email@example.com
We are the Church of England presence in our region, though our members join us from many different Christian backgrounds and we delight in our diverse gathering together.
We meet in various locations around the region for worship, study and spending time together as friends. We have all found a home in this church; there are many others who would and will find the same.
For more information please visit our website or contact us directly.
Chaplain – firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary – Heidi Worswick email@example.com
We are a busy and active congregation, with a wide range of ages, backgrounds and nationalities. After celebrating 150 years of existence in Lille, we are now looking forward to the future and a new way of being church. Full details of our services, meetings and groups are on our website - if you’d like to join us, you’ll be very welcome.
Christ Church Lille is part of the Anglican Diocese in Europe.
The Choir is conducted by counter-tenor and composer Christopher Wells, who was a cathedral chorister under the choir's patron Sir David Willcocks.
For more than twenty years the ECC has been promoting English cathedral music throughout France's churches and cathedrals, taking part in religious ceremonies, services, weddings, carols; as well larger orchestral works, festivals, TV and radio broadcasts.
Members include former English cathedral choristers and university choral scholars, but good musicians of all nationalities are welcome.
Holy Trinity Church is situated near the Château in Maisons-Laffitte. We offer a warm welcome to the English-speaking community in the western suburbs of Paris. In addition to Sunday services at 9.15 am and 10.30 am, there are groups for children and youth of all ages. The church also hosts festive events for the wider community throughout the year. There are midweek meetings for Beavers/Cubs/Scouts,Rainbows/Brownies/Guides/Rangers, Mothers & Toddlers, and Reception and Reading Groups (Trinity English School). We now have a virtual service available most weeks on our YouTube page which is accessible via our website.
15 avenue Carnot, 78600 Maisons-Laffitte, Tel: 01 39 62 34 97, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chaplain The Rev'd Charlotte Sullivan email@example.com Tel: 06 83 08 59 67
RSCM France is an autonomous “area” of the Royal School of Church Music, an educational charity working in over forty countries since 1927.
Its mission is to foster and promote high standards in varying styles of music for worship by training and educating musicians (lay people and clergy).
Churches, schools and individuals may all become members of RSCM France (subject to acceptance). Membership gives access to the RSCM’s regular publications, its training schemes for singers and musicians in France and abroad, and a valuable discount on all RSCM materials.
Chair John Crothers, Tel: 01 40 95 13 05
Secretary Shirley Rowson, Tel: 04 94 50 38 46
The Scots Kirk is an international church, situated a few minutes from the Champs Elysées, which offers worship and fellowship in English in the Reformed tradition. Each Sunday, morning worship is held at 11 am. Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of the month. There are crèche facilities upstairs in the hall. After the service, there is an opportunity to get to know others over tea/coffee or periodic pot-luck lunches.
Numerous associations and support groups meet in the Scots Kirk premises during the week, and Scottish Country Dancing is held in the church on Friday evenings.
17 rue Bayard, 75008 Paris, Métro FD Roosevelt or Champs-Elysées Clémenceau
Minister The Revd Jan Steyn, Tel: 01 48 78 47 94
St. George’s Anglican Church is a welcoming international community, part of the Church of England’s Diocese in Europe. Sunday services: 8.30 am Holy Communion (1662); 10.30 am Sung Eucharist with sermon, choir, servers and traditional ceremonial, Crèche and Sunday School. Mainly in English, with a reading and sometimes intercessions in French. Cheese and wine, or coffee afterwards, and regular lunches.
For a timetable of Daily Prayer and the Eucharist, please check our website.
7 rue Auguste-Vacquerie, 75116 Paris (between Avenue d’Iéna andAvenue Marceau via rue Newton) Métros Etoile, Kléber or George V
Chaplain The Revd Mark Osborne firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Priest The Revd Jeffrey John : email@example.com
Secretary Anne Fothergill firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01 47 20 22 51
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This church was founded in 1863 to minister to the needs of English-speaking Catholics of Paris and suburbs, coming from over 40 different countries. It is staffed by priests of the Congregation of the Passion. Masses:
- Saturday: 11 am and 6.30 pm (Vigil)
- Sunday: 10 am, 12 noon and 6.30 pm
- Monday through Friday: 8.30 am
- July and August: Sunday 10 am, 12 noon and 6.30 pm
50 avenue Hoche, 75008 Paris (Metro Charles de Gaulle Etoile) Tel: 01 42 2728 56
Superior Fr Aidan Troy CP
Assistant Fr Pat Fitzgerald
St Luke’s meets weekly in the Chapel of Lycée St Aspais (18 boulevard Maginot, 77300 Fontainebleau) for Sunday Services of Holy Communion at 10.30, and bi-monthly Sunday School classes for young people. Refreshments after each service. We have bible study groups, women’s fellowship evenings and coffee mornings. Our charitable arm, Les Amis, hosts social and cultural events throughout the year.
Please check our website for details or find more information about St Luke’s on A Church Near You. Do come join us!
Churchwardens Leigh Montillot Tel: 06 26 49 13 75 and Patrick Raharijaona Tel: 07 67 19 93 60
Services are held every Sunday as follows:
- 9.00 am: Holy Communion in the Old Chapel, 31 rue du Pont Colbert, Versailles (on the first Sunday of the month only)
- 10.30 am: Morning Service (Morning Prayer, All-age Worship or Holy Communion)including Sunday School at the church centre
- 5.30 pm: Evening Service (Evening Prayer or Holy Communion) at l’Eglise St. Paul, Chevry, Gif sur-Yvette (special arrangements during July and August, contact Chaplain for details).
31 rue du Pont Colbert, 78000 Versailles
Chaplain The Revd Dale R Hanson, Tel: 07 81 90 75 12
Saint Michael’s is an international English-speaking church for people of all ages and stages of the spiritual journey. We are a family, a ‘home away from home’, and we encourage people to be involved and to make friends. Sunday Services:
9.30 am Traditional Anglican Service
10.45 am Informal Service, with children’s activities
Service times may change during the year, so please check our website for updates.
5 rue d’Aguesseau, 75008 Paris (Métros Concorde, Madeleine, Miromesnil)
Chaplain The Revd Jonathan J Clark Tel: 01 47 42 70 88
St Peter’s English-speaking church has been at the centre of the Chantilly community for over 150 years. Originally providing for the English racing community, today we welcome people of all nationalities and ages. There are activities during the week, and on Sundays at:
9.00 am Traditional Holy Communion (BCP) (1st and 3rd Sunday of the month)
10.30 am Family Communion or Morning Worship, with children’s activities. Normal service pattern is expected to continue but please check our website.
7a avenue du Bouteiller (corner of Rue des Cascades), 60500 Chantilly, Tel: 09 82 45 83 40
We are an oasis for English-speakers in Lyon who want to discover and deepen their Christian Faith. We offer a spiritual home to displaced people from around the world, needing logistical and practical help. In order to fulfil our calling, we serve in partnership with local churches and actively seek overseas mission support.
We meet every Sunday at 10.30, in an informal and family-friendly atmosphere. More info on:
50 rue Bancel, 69007 Lyon