Saint Luke's Anglican Church - Fontainebleau

What unites us is our love of Jesus Christ and our shared belief that we are his children, and all valued in his sight. We are rich with diversity and commitment. St Luke’s is an English-speaking congregation, but its members’ first language may be Chinese, German, French, Welsh, Malagasy, Swedish, or other languages. We hope that many will join us ...including you!

Contact: [email protected] for further details

The parish of Fontainebleau is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. We follow the House of Bishops guidance. You will find full details on the link below:

https://europe.anglican.org/safeguarding/safeguarding

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Leigh Montillot

Eglise Anglicane de Fontainebleau
31 Rue des Provenceaux
Fontainebleau

77300
Churchwarden, Leigh Montillot
+33(0)626491375
Churchwarden, Patrick Raharijaona
+33(0)767199360

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Second Sunday of Lent [25.02.2024]

Occuring
for 1 hour
Venue
Saint Luke's Anglican Church - Fontainebleau
Address
Chapel of the Lycée Jeanne d'Arc Saint Aspais 18 Boulevard André Maginot Fontainebleau, 77300, France

Dear Friends,

We will have this coming Sunday our Second Sunday of Lent service. This will be a Service of the Word Service and it will be led by Nancy Austin, our Congregational Worship Leader. The service sheet is attached and includes the list of events organised at Saint-Luke's during the Lent and Easter period.

Love in Christ.

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This Lent we move from meditating on the Wildness of God to seasons of Wilderness in our lives as we prepare to celebrate Easter.

Lent Easter

Safeguarding

The protection from harm of children, young persons and adults who may be vulnerable is of paramount importance to St. Luke’s. The chaplaincy council is committed to upholding the requirements and best practices of the Diocese in Europe Safeguarding Policy and Protocol and has therefore adopted the Chaplaincy Safeguarding Protocol proposed by the diocese. Our chaplaincy safeguarding protocol can be consulted on the noticeboard at the back of the chapel or by clicking on the link "St. Luke’s Safeguarding Protocol" that you will find in the "Chaplaincy Safeguarding Policy" section.

Further information is available on the Diocesan website.