24 March 2019
Combined Traditional/Contemporary Service, with vocal and handbell choirs and Still Point band
Congregational Meeting and Conversation
Thursdays at 18h30-19h30 in the ACP Chapel
Experience sung scripture and prayer in multiple languages in Christian community. Restore your soul midweek with meditative worship based in simple music, scripture readings, and prayerful silence.
24 March 11h30
Combined Traditional/Contemporary Worship Service 11h30
Congregational Meeting 12h45
Congregational Meeting – 24 March 12h45
The Council of the American Church in Paris requests the presence of all voting members of the ACP – and welcomes all congregants – at the semi-annual congregational meeting. The purpose of this meeting is to receive the annual ministry reports from the Council and Pastoral leadership of the ACP and to vote to approve the 2017 audited accounts and 2019 budget. We also look forward to sharing information on other topics including the ACP-160 Campaign and the strategic plan. If you cannot be present, make sure that your vote counts by submitting a proxy form.
to the Council Secretary mailbox at Reception or email it to email@example.com.
The March 2019 edition of Spire, the monthly magazine of the American Church in Paris is now on-line.
Taizé candlelight prayer services – Thursdays during Lent
- 18h30-19h30 in the Chapel
Palm/Passion Sunday – 14 April
- Traditional Worship Services at 9h & 11h
- Contemporary Worship Service at 13h30
Holy Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday – 15-17 April
- Holden Evening Prayer Services at 19h
Maundy Thursday – 18 April
- Worship Service with communion at 20h
Good Friday – 19 April
- Tenebrae "shadows" Worship Service at 20h
Easter Sunday – 21 April
- Sunrise Service at 7h on the quai d’Orsay
- Easter Fellowship Breakfast at 8h
- Traditional Celebrations of the Resurrection at
9h & 11h
- Contemporary Celebration of the Resurrection at
Easter Monday – 22 April
- Church Building closed
ACP invites you to follow a devotional during this Lenten season. Here are some recommended readings:
ACP's weekly Prayer for Illumination, accompanying the Lighting of the Candle for God’s Global Vision of Compassion, Justice and Peace, follows the World Council of Churches' Ecumenical Prayer Cycle.
This week we pray for
The American Church in Paris seeks two dependable, courteous, helpful, articulate, and organized persons to provide welcome, reception, and security for the Church as Weekday (9h-17h) and part-time Sunday (8h30-19h30) receptionists. Weekday job description. Sunday job description. Please address your résumé/CV and letter of motivation be email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Business Administrator, The American Church in Paris, 65 quai d’Orsay, 75007 Paris.
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.
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.
Gifts in support of the ministries and mission of the American Church in Paris may be made directly to the Church or to our United States sponsor, the American and Foreign Christian Union (AFCU).