(See sections on Clergy, Adult Education)


The Cathedral staff assists the Dean in enabling the work of the many dedicated volunteers who serve the vast range of Cathedral ministries and programs. The staff also helps the Dean in managing the complex day-to-day operations of the Cathedral.

For more information here.


Stewardship simply means how we take care of what we have, and how we use our resources. Since everything we have comes from God, we are acting as God’s stewards – a way of life that opens us more and more to God’s presence in all people and in the world around us. Giving is a joyful response of thanksgiving to the Giver of all.

Sunday School

Sunday school classes for children aged 3 to 11 aim to give a sound start and solid base to a child’s lifelong journey of faith. Lessons follow the Episcopal curriculum “Living the Good News”, are taught in English, and include prayers, bible stories, art projects and a weekly music session. Teachers and assistants volunteer their time and efforts to help children learn more about the Christian faith, adapting God’s message to the appropriate age level. Classes take place from 10:45 am every Sunday during French school term-time.

Children under 3 are cared for in the Nursery, which is open year-round; and children aged 11 and older are served by the Youth Ministry and its various programs including Rite 13, J2A and YAC. 

Contacts: Marie Bogataj, 06 31 91 98 29, Cathedral.sundayschool@gmail.com