Welcome to the American Cathedral in Paris
An English Speaking Church in Paris
Bienvenue à la Cathédrale Américaine!
We say “Welcome or Bienvenue!” to all who walk through our doors, and we try to live out what we say. Welcome in the name of Christ to a beautiful Cathedral and a congregation that includes old and young; rich and poor; gay and straight; and a mix of ethnicities and nationalities (we may be the American Cathedral, but we’re proud to be truly multi-national.)
A Place of Transformation
Coming Up At the Cathedral
The days are getting shorter...but Christmas is getting closer! Our fabulous Junior Guild ladies will be selling homemade baked goods, vintage designer clothing and scarves, and plenty of other goodies at the Cathedral this Saturday & Sunday. Come and get into the (early) Christmas spirit!
This year, all Christians remember the fifth centenary of the onset of the Protestant Reformation. Five-hundred years on, what lessons have we learned? Can Lutherans and Roman Catholics today tell the story of the 16th century’s religious upheavals together? Parishioner and theologian Anne Marie Reijnen discusses these questions. 9:45 am in the Fleetwood Room at the American Cathedral.
There will be a meditation session led by Canon Mary Haddad on Wednesday, November 8 at 7pm. The Cathedral has a community that meets regularly for meditation.
The Paris Choral Society's first concert of the 2017-2018 season will take place on Friday, November 24 (8pm) and Saturday, November 25 (6pm) and will celebrate Saint Cecilia, the patron saint of music. They will be singing Haydn's Cäcilienmesse and movements from Purcell's Ode to Saint Cecilia
Come join us in making greeting cards to send to the wounded sick troops and to their caregivers at Landstuhl AFB, wishing them a Happy Thanksgiving and thanking them for their service. Saturday November 25, 9am to 12 noon at the American Cathedral.
In this forum, parishioner Bill Tompson explores the distinctive features of Mark, the shortest and probably the earliest of the four gospels. Come to find out a bit of the back story to this extraordinary text and find out what to listen for over the Sundays to come.
There will be a meditation session led by Canon Mary Haddad on Wednesday, November 15 at 7pm. The Cathedral has a community that meets regularly for meditation.