American Cathedral in Paris
For more than a century, the American Cathedral in Paris has been a center of worship for English-speakers abroad. Located near the Seine in the heart of one of the world's most beautiful cities, it numbers in its parish congregation Americans, Britons and French as well as many other Europeans, Asians, Africans and Latin Americans, all of many denominations.
Sunday Services **
9:00 AM - The Holy Eucharist
A quiet, intimate service without music, using the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer and including a homily.
The Sunday Forum meets on Sundays during the academic year from 9:45 AM to 10:50 AM.
11:00 AM - The Holy Eucharist
A magnificent service with glorious music deeply rooted in the breadth and dignity of Anglican worship and including a sermon. An informal coffee hour follows this liturgy.
6:00 PM - Sundays at Six
(October through June)
An informal and dignified service of worship blending liturgical expression from the ancient to the contemporary, supported by music from a variety of idioms from Taizé to jazz to African American to familiar favorites in the Anglican tradition.
A Word of Welcome to Children:
Children are always welcome at the American Cathedral. During the academic year, Sunday School meets during the 11:00 AM service, with older children joining their parents in the Nave of the Cathedral for communion. On occasion, there is a special children's chapel for the Sunday School, on some occasions special anthems by the children of the Sunday School are offered during the 11:00 AM service and on some occasions a children's homily is included in the 11:00 AM service. There is excellent nursery care for the wee ones throughout the 11:00 AM service.
Weekday Services **
9:15 AM - Morning Prayer
12:30 PM - The Holy Eucharist
** Please note: See below for the Special Services schedule.
Note: Offices are closed on Cathedral Holidays
Click here for services during Holy Week
Please note: This schedule is subject to change. If you have questions about the services, please call the parish coordinator at 01 53 23 84 08.
ContactAmerican Children Abroad
Ben and Helena Henderson
Prague, Czech Republic
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