Welcome to the American Cathedral of the Holy Trinity

 your spiritual home in Paris

For more than 130 years, the American Cathedral of the Holy Trinity on Avenue George V has been a spiritual home to an international and multicultural community. Inspired by our American, Episcopalian and Anglican heritage, we are open to and inclusive of the cultures, languages and faiths that surround us. People from all walks of life join us in enriching each other’s lives through worship and the celebration of music, knowledge, giving and sharing.

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Spiritual Life

A PLACE FOR SPIRITUAL GROWTH

Worship is always at the heart of our unique community and is reflected in the diversity of the weekly services open to the public. We strive to provide a place for those seeking a closer relationship with God. 

Our Community

A DIVERSE & INCLUSIVE PARISH

A meeting place for English-speakers in Paris for more than 130 years, our parish is a bilingual and multicultural community. Read about us, our history, our family and youth programs, lifelong learning opportunities, yoga and more. 

 

Music

A rich anglican musical tradition

Music is central to the life of the Cathedral. Our programs are open to all faiths and nationalities while remaining firmly rooted in the Anglican choral tradition with its emphasis on excellence. 

SUPPORT US

time, talent & treasure

Make a leap of faith! Give a portion of  your time, talent, or treasure toward the work of our community. The easiest ways to give to the Cathedral are to volunteer or consider a tax-deductible financial gift. Find out how. 

Outreach

being the hands and feet of christ

We support local and international organizations which engage in social diversity, justice, education and humanitarian causes.  Learn more about some of our missions & initiatives. 

Space Rental

a timeless yet modern campus

The American Cathedral offers a splendid and unique environment for hosting your event. A landmark building ideally located in the Triangle d'Or, we are fully equipped to welcome you to our modernized campus. 

storytelling

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The Battle Cloister

The Cathedral’s memorial to the fallen of the Great War.

Read the article

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Bishop Election

The Rev. Mark D.W. Edington of the Diocese of Massachusetts has been elected the next Bishop in Charge of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe. Find out more

 

Featured Events

 

worship services

SUNDAY 9AM / 11AM / 6PM

Tuesday 9:30AM

wednesday 12:30PM

Opening Hours:

Monday-Friday 9am to 5Pm