A vision of communities that grow and practise the love of Jesus...
and share it generously with others.

A warm welcome from our Ministry Team

We are on a shared journey: ‘growing in Christ.’ We are far from perfect, yet we strive to love, pray and live like Jesus. We are convinced that if we open ourselves to Jesus, read moreby listening to his Word and the Holy Spirit (and act on that!!), we will bear much fruit (John 15). We hope that many will join us on that exciting journey…including you!

Schedule of church services: all are welcome

SUNDAY 14 JULY
10:30 Bertric Burée, Morning Worship, Rosemary Robinson
10:30 Eymet Temple, Prayer & Praise, Tina Marshall
10:30 Limeuil, Family Communion, Rev’d Liz Morris
10:30 Monteton, Morning Prayer, Nellie Salvi
10:30 Négrondes, Holy Communion, Rev’d David Makepeace and Rev’d Helen Savage
15:30 Bordeaux, Service of the Word, Nellie Salvi

SUNDAY 21 JULY
10:30 Bertric Burée, Morning Worship, Carol White
10:30 Chancelade, Holy Communion, Rev’d Brian Davies
10:30 Dondas, Morning Worship, Margaret Opie-Smith
10:30 Eymet Temple, Prayer & Praise, Tina Marshall
11:00 Ste Nathalène, Praise with Communion, Rev’d Robin Nash
15:30 Bordeaux, Prayer & Praise, Heather and Barry Gardiner
17:00 Doudrac, Caribbean/Gospel Evening Worship, Tina Marshall

Thursday 25 July
11:00 Condom Chapel, Holy Communion, Rev’d Robin Nash

SUNDAY 28 JULY
10:30 Bertric Burée, Holy Communion, Rev’d Andy Horlock
10:30 Eymet Temple, Prayer & Praise, Tina Marshall
10:30 Limeuil, Morning Praise, Tim Heathfield
10:30 Monteton, Holy Communion, Rev’d Liz Morris
10:30 Négrondes, Morning Worship, Sheila Marshall
11:00 Ste Nathalène, Prayer & Praise, Sheila Campbell
15:30 Bordeaux, Family Communion, Rev’d Angela and Rev’d David Marshall

SUNDAY 04 AUGUST
10:30 Bertric Burée, Open Door for prayer
10:30 Eymet Temple, Prayer & Praise, Heather and Barry Gardiner
11:00 Doudrac, Holy Communion, Rev’d Barrie Green
11:00 Ste Nathalène, Prayer & Praise, Sheila Campbell
15:30 Bordeaux, All-Age Worship, Christine Rychlewski
18:00 Bertric Burée, Evensong, Sheila Marshall

SUNDAY 11 AUGUST
10:30 Bertric Burée, Morning Worship, Steve Long
10:30 Eymet Temple, Prayer & Praise, Christine Rychlewski
10:30 Limeuil, Morning Praise, Amanda Allchorn
10:30 Monteton, Morning Praise, Tina Marshall
10:30 Négrondes, Holy Communion, Rev’d David Makepeace and Rev’d Helen Savage
11:00 Ste Nathalène, Praise with Communion, Rev’d Cameron Watt
15:30 Bordeaux, Service of the Word, Nellie Salvi

Tuesday 13 August
11:30 Envals, Holy Communion, Rev’d Angela and Rev’d David Marshall

Wednesday 14 August
11:00 Bertric Burée, BCP Holy Communion, Rev’d Brian Davies

SUNDAY 18 AUGUST
10:30 Bertric Burée, Open Door for prayer
10:30 Chancelade, Holy Communion, Rev’d Brian Davies
10:30 Dondas, Family Communion, Rev’d Paul Willis
10:30 Eymet Temple, Prayer & Praise, Tina Marshall
11:00 Ste Nathalène, Prayer & Praise, Amanda Allchorn
15:30 Bordeaux, Prayer & Praise, Heather and Barry Gardiner
17:00 Doudrac, Evening Worship with our Pets, Tina Marshall

SUNDAY 25 AUGUST
10:30 Bertric Burée, Holy Communion, Rev’d Andy Horlock
10:30 Eymet Temple, Prayer & Praise, Tim Heathfield
10:30 Limeuil, Holy Communion, Rev’d Paul Willis
10:30 Monteton, Holy Communion, Rev’d Barrie Green
10:30 Négrondes, Morning Worship, Sheila Marshall
11:00 Sainte Nathalène, Praise with Communion, Rev’d Angela and Rev’d David Marshall
15:30 Bordeaux, Holy Communion, Rev’d Nick Finlay

Thursday 29 August
11:00 Condom Chapel, Holy Communion, Rev’d Paul Willis

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 an 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!

The Chaplaincy of Aquitaine

Our community 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 almost 200 years we have been able, as the Psalmist puts it, to ‘sing the Lord’s song in a foreign land’. (Psalm 137:14)

The Chaplaincy considers Safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults to be of utmost importance. Please contact the Chaplaincy Safeguarding Officer (Dave Wybrow) with any concern, no matter how trivial the matter may seem:

safeguarding@churchinaquitaine.org