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!
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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.
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.
On Saturday, 4 November at 18h00, The Cathedral Choir will present a concert of music for All Saints/All Souls featuring Gabriel Fauré's Requiem, J.S. Bach's Cantata 106: Actus tragicus, and recent works by Patrick Hawes, James Whitbourn, and John Taverner. Buy your tickets here.
Le Groupe Lambda organise une rencontre afin de préparer l’année qui commence. Cette rencontre aura lieu Samedi 4 novembre, de 9h15 à 14h00, à la Cathédrale.
Lambda is scheduling a meeting to plan for the coming year. This bilingual meeting will take place on Saturday, November 4, from 9:15 am until 2:00 pm at the Cathedral.
The Firebyrd String Quartet was founded by Caroline Pearsall in 2008. The Firebyrds specialize in tango and world music for concerts and classical and pop repertoire for events. They are inspired by the Brodsky and Kronos String Quartets as well as a large range of genres including folk music, jazz, contemporary music and soul. 3pm, Sunday October 22nd, at the American Cathedral in Paris.
The Very Rev. Tracey Lind, an Episcopal priest, author, and photographer was diagnosed with early onset dementia in November 2016. Although in the early stages of this disease, she made the decision to step down from her position as Dean of Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland. In this Adult Discussion Forum, Tracey discusses what she has learned about spirituality, vocation and daily living in coming to terms with her illness.
Singers from all over the country combine to spend the day working with world-renown conductor, Malcolm Archer (former Director of Music at Saint Paul’s, London and Wells Cathedral). Saturday 21 October, 4:30pm, American Cathedral in Paris, 23 Avenue George V.
An old tradition has it that you should spend Friday the 13th in a church in order to ward off evil spirits. The American Cathedral in Paris thus invites you to its Open House on Friday, October 13 from 7 to 9pm.
Join us on Friday September 29th at 5pm for a beautiful choral evensong, featuring our very own Cathedral Choirs.
After our meditation on Wednesday nights, we will remain in the meditation circle to explore the wisdom of Joseph Campbell, American mythologist, writer and lecturer, best known for his work in comparative religion as well as his work on “The Hero’s Journey” exemplified by the catchphrase, “Follow your bliss.”
The Duo SoliPse was formed in 2011 by flutist Elena Stojceska and guitarist Romain Petiot. They have performed in various cities and festivals in France, the Czech Republic and Italy such as the festival of Arromanches, the "Maskfest" festival in San Marino, the "Forfest" festival in Kromeritz, the Château de Bosmelet, Châtellerault, Livry-Gargan and different venues in Paris.
The TIAS Ensemble returns to the American Cathedral for the third time on Sunday, September 17. The trio will embark you upon a voyage through different centuries, styles and continents.
As part of the national Journée du Patrimoine, our Docent Dennis Grove will be leading free tours of the Cathedral on Saturday, September 16 (10:30am to 5pm) and on Sunday, September 17 after the 11am worship service (until 3pm).
Our musical association, Les Arts George V (LAGV), returns this fall with a clarinet concert by noted Italian clarinettist and composer Luca Luciano.
On Monday July 3, join us at the American Cathedral in Paris for a showing of the Oscar-winning film Moonlight, followed by a discussion about race and prejudice in Hollywood film.
Works by Beethoven and Grieg.