Sunday Worship

  9h00:

Traditional Service, weekly communion

11h00:

Traditional Service, with choirs, communion first Sunday of month

13h30:

Contemporary Service

 

Child care and Children's Worship at the 11h and 13h30 services.

Thurber Lectures

Thursday 16 May, Eugene Cho,
No Longer Strangers.

Thursday 13 June, Tony Campolo,
American Evangelicalism in the Age of Trump.

More information here.

Holy Week Worship

Holy Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday – Holden Evening Prayer Services at 19h.

Maundy Thursday – Worship service with communion and optional foot washing at 20h.

Good Friday – Tenebrae "shadows" worship service at 20h.

Details here.

Palm/Passion Sunday, 14 April

Traditional Worship Services at 9h and 11h
Contemporary Worship Service at 13h30

Holy Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 15-17 April

Holden Evening Prayer Services at 19h. The Holden Evening Prayer is a lovely setting of vespers, following the traditional form and using contemporary and inclusive language.

Maundy Thursday, 18 April

Worship service with communion and optional foot washing at 20h in the Sanctuary.

Good Friday, 19 April

Tenebrae "shadows" worship service at 20h.

Easter Sunday, 21 April

Sunrise Service at 7h on the quai d’Orsay in front of the ACP.
Easter Fellowship Breakfast at 8h in the Thurber Room.
Traditional worship services at 9h and 11h.
      (Both traditional services on Easter are identical, with choir, handbells, brass, organ and soloists)
Contemporary celebration of the Resurrection at 13h30.

Note: Nursery and toddler care provided at 9h, 11h, and 13h30; Children’s Worship held at 11h and 13h30.

Attendance at the Easter morning service at 11h always exceeds church capacity. If you look forward to worshiping at the traditional service, please consider attending at 9h.

Easter Monday, 22 April

Church building closed.

ACP Today: Faith Talk in Paris radio broadcast

Spire Magazine

 ACP Spire cover

The April 2019 edition of Spire, the monthly magazine of the American Church in Paris is now on-line.

Atelier Concerts

Community Groups at ACP

Community Groups at ACP A Community Group is a place where we can be known and where we can know one another and Jesus more deeply. More information about ACP's many Community Groups here.

Volunteer Opportunities at ACP

One of the core values of ACP is to be a beacon of light and life on the Seine, calling out to our community to come in and be a part of the mission of Christ. There are multiple points of entry for members of ACP and our Parisian neighbors to serve those in need and our community through volunteer opportunities.

Click here to learn of ways you can contribute.