A welcoming, international church for all generations.
We're a multi-generational, English-speaking, international community who mostly live in the Western suburbs of Paris. We worship within the Anglican tradition but are very much open to every age, nationality and religious background.
- HOME GROUPS
Rev Charlotte Sullivan, Chaplain
Home Group Coordinator: Richard, Licensed Lay Minister
We have several groups meetings with the common aim of helping us experience and commit ourselves fully to what it means to live and grow in the Christian life. Everyone welcome!
We value a range of musical styles, traditional and contemporary.
Holy Trinity's choir has around ten to twenty singers of all levels of ability. Rehearsals are usually on Thursday evening in the weeks preceding our Service of Nine Lessons and Carols and Easter Sunday. The choir always welcomes new singers. Our guiding principle is the love of God and His great gift of Music.
Our Youth Band plays on 3rd Sundays. We have a range of keyboardists, guitarists, drummers and other musicians and are happy to welcome others. Our Family Service Band plays on 1st Sundays and includes an even wider range of instruments and ages.
Our Sunday Groups, for children up to the age of 11, give boys and girls a firm foundation of faith for their lives.
We also run an annual Summer Holiday Club in July, where around 60-70 children join us for a week long programme of fun, drama, activities and Bible stories. Be there or be square!
Kirstin, our Youth & Children's worker
Our Youth Group for 11-18 year olds develops an understanding of the Christian life through discussions, drama, and other activities. Youth Group meets on Sunday mornings, and also on Thursday evenings for fun, discussion and games!
Contact Jenni in the Church Office for more details
Our common life is celebrated through a number of family and social events through the year, most notably:
- Welcome BBQ/Harvest Lunch - September
- Christmas Fair - December
- Scottish Dance - January
- Summer Fair - May/June
The Holy Trinity community is actively involved in a number of outreach activities including assisting a local association Solidarité Logement Maisons Mesnil renovate flats to provide accommodation for the needy.
We are also a founder member of Ciel78, to provide support to refugees.
In addition to this volunteers help out at the Armée du Salut Soup Kitchen in Paris.
News & Views
SAFEGUARDING NOTICE: We take the safety and care of children, young people and vulnerable adults within our community incredibly seriously. Here is our Safeguarding Policy. If you have any questions or concerns at any time please contact our Safeguarding Officer, Alice Aupérin (firstname.lastname@example.org)