Who are we

We are Christians: brothers and sisters in solidarity with all who have Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord.

We are Protestants: we recognize ourselves as heirs of those who, in the 16th century, in the Christian Church, proclaimed the unique authority of the Bible and salvation by faith alone.

We are Evangelicals: this qualifier generally designates those who believe that the Bible is the unique and infallible witness to God, and who believe that the Church is the gathering of those who personally profess their faith in Jesus Christ.

Our community is also affiliated to the Union of Free Evangelical Churches of France, member of the Protestant Federation of France and associate members of the CNEF.

We want to be :

A place of discovery, where everyone can get to know God together.
A meeting place, where Christians can together live their faith in the community with each other.
A place of recollection, where believers can together celebrate worship to God, by prayer, song and listening to the Bible.

Church life

Pastoral team

On several occasions in recent years the Church Council has been led to reflect on difficult subjects.

This sometimes required expanding the Council to people whose expertise in their particular field would be helpful in finding solutions.

Now a pastoral team has been formed, the objective of which is to work more quickly and if possible more effectively for the well-being of people as well as that of the Church. If the pastoral ministry seems to be taken on by the pastor, he alone is not able to deal with all the problems of today’s society. The collective established will have the value of a Council of Elders. This team is made up of the pastor and three other members of the Church, with pastoral training and experience.

Our Church has a characteristic, it has a strong presence of people of several nationalities. Especially the English community is well represented.

Catechism for adults: see the possible days and times with the pastor and those concerned

Solutions to financial or social problems can be provided by Entraide Protestante

(Association of common actions of the Reformed Church and the Free Church).

Telephone : 06 33 26 92 35