The religious needs of the English-speaking community are cared for by a variety of congregations.
23 avenue George V
01 53 23 84 00
For more than a century, the American Cathedral of Paris has been a center of worship for English-speakers abroad. The mission of the Cathedral, properly known as the Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity, is to share the good news of God in Christ by worship, word and example, using the richness of the American and Anglican heritage to serve the common good. The mission is pursued through fellowship, education, stewardship and outreach for both the parish family and the greater Paris community.
|American Church in Paris
65 quai d'Orsay
01 40 62 05 00
Email see www.acparis.org/contact
Begun in 1814, the American Church in Paris was the first American church established on foreign soil. From the beginning, the American Church has been interdenominational. Throughout its history, the church has served not only the expatriate American community, but a wide variety of English-speaking people from different countries and denominational backgrounds.
|The Bridge International Church
The Bridge International Church is an English-speaking church meeting in the western suburbs of Paris. Open to people of all nationalities and backgrounds, we offer gatherings with relevant messages from the Bible, contemporary worship music and activities for children of all ages.
|Community Bible Study International
Community Bible Study International is a worldwide ministry offering a Bible study program in English and other languages. Multiple groups meet in Paris and its suburbs. People who long for a way to study the Bible and to build valuable Christian relationships in a multi-national, inter-confessional and caring environment should seriously consider joining the Community Bible Study International program.
|Emmanuel International Church
56 rue des Bons Raisins
01 47 51 29 63
Established in 1963, Emmanuel Baptist Church has been a place of worship for the English-speaking community of Paris for forty years. Located in the western suburbs of the city, Emmanuel is easily reached by car or public transport.
|Holy Trinity Church
15 avenue Carnot
01 39 62 34 97
Holy Trinity is an Anglican Church, in communion with the Church of England, the Episcopal Church of the United States, and Anglicans throughout the world. It is mainly English-speaking, but there are French-speakers as well as other nationalities from around the world. Any Christian from whichever denomination is most welcome here, and is welcome to receive Holy Communion. The church is part of the Anglican Diocese in Europe.
Progressive (Reform + Conservative) Jewish Congregation
10 rue de Pologne
7 rue Léon Cogniet
01 39 21 97 19
Kehilat Gesher, a community of around 150 families, is the only French Anglophone synagogue serving the greater Paris area, with locations in the 17th and St Germain en Laye. It is a community founded on the desire of its members to bridge the gaps between the French and English speaking nationalities, the Sefardi and Ashkenazi Jewish cultures, and the conditions of modern secular lives and inter-connection to the traditional Jewish spiritual heritage.
|St George's Church
7 rue Auguste Vacquerie
01 47 20 22 51
St George's is an Anglican Church of the Diocese in Europe, which forms part of the Church of England.
|St Joseph's Church
50 avenue Hoche
01 42 27 28 56
St Joseph's Church is the English-language catholic parish in Paris.
|St Mark's Versailles
31 rue du Pont Colbert
01 39 02 79 45
St Mark's, with its daughter congregation in St Paul's Chevry, is an Anglican chaplaincy in the Anglican Diocese in Europe, in association with the Intercontinental Church society. The congregation consists of people from all walks of life including business and professional people, teachers, students and retired people.
|St Michael's Church
5 rue d’Aguesseau
01 47 42 70 88
St Michael's is an Anglican chaplaincy in the Anglican Diocese in Europe, in association with the Intercontinental Church society. Founded as the British Embassy Church in 1834, the church warmly welcomes people from all nations to share in worship at Saint Michael's.
|St Peter's Anglican Church Chantilly
Rue des Cascades
At the newly restored Anglican church of St. Peter’s, on the corner of the rue des Cascades and the avenue du Bouteiller, an international community meets for worship each Sunday at 10.30am. Twice a month a Book of Common Prayer service is held at 9am. A crèche and Sunday school run concurrently with the 10.30 service, except during holiday periods. Other regular activities include Bible study groups, youth, women’s and men’s groups. The church building dates from 1865, and the Church centre houses regular activities, plus a variety of occasional social and ecumenical events and an active British Scout group. All are welcome.
|The Scots Kirk
17 rue Bayard
01 48 78 47 94
The Scots Kirk Paris is the sole Church of Scotland parish in France, and one of twelve European mainland congregations in the Presbytery of Europe. It is an English language Protestant church that welcomes all and aims to serve the needs of people of different nationalities and denominations who live throughout the Paris region. It is not exclusively Scottish, nor is it open only to people of Scottish origin. The Scots Kirk invites everyone to join in the congregation's life and worship.
|Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Paris
La Maison Verte
127-129 rue Marcadet
01 30 82 75 33
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Paris holds monthly Sunday services at 10.30am, and has a program of liberal religious education for children.
Revised 1 December 2012