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Chaplaincy Facebook page!

facebookchaplaincy flyerOur new Chaplaincy Facebook Page is entitled English Anglican Church Chaplaincy of Aquitaine and is up and running!  We invite all of you to look for, like, and share this page with your own friends and family on Facebook. We hope to feature articles which are interesting and relevant to our Chaplaincy on the FB page, so come take a look!


Chaplaincy flyers

The Chaplaincy Communications Team have just completed a Flyer which will be handed out in the coming months throughout the Chaplaincy, featuring details of what events are taking place at Christmas and dates for your diary in 2017.  The Flyer will be available during the Carol Services and at December events, so please make sure you pick one up on the way in or on the way out!!


Remembrance Services throughout Aquitaine

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growing in christchaplaincy of aquitaine

The Chaplaincy of Aquitaine first came into being in 1825, when a church community was established in Bordeaux. In south-west France it seems that there have always been people seeking to worship God in the English language, and so for some 185 years we have been able, as the Psalmist puts it, to ‘sing the Lordread more’s song in a foreign land’.(Psalm 137:14Read more about the Chaplaincy's growth over the years in Aquitaine.


events and fellowship

Worship Services in English are led by a growing team of clergy, lay readers and congregational worship leaders, and include Holy Communion, Morning Worship, Prayer and Praise, Family Services, and Evensong. As anread more Anglican Chaplaincy, part of the Diocese in Europe, 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!



Diocese in EuropeICSWe are part of the Diocese in Europe, and are supported by the Intercontinental Church Society.