Redon, Brittany part of Christ Church Brittany

The Redon congregation meet twice a month at 10.30 for services in English.

The congregation is made up of families with teenagers and a number of retired members of various nationalities.

Services are on the 2nd and 4th Sundays, and we are temporarily holding our services in the Chapel at the Centre Hospitalier, 8 Rue Etienne Gascon, 35600 Redon, whilst work is being carried out at the main parish church, which in turn has affected our normal place of worship in Eglise St Charles, 10 Avenue Gaston Sebilleau, Redon. One service is usually Holy Communion, led by the Chaplain, and the other a more informal service of Prayer and Praise, led by a Lay Reader or Worship Leader.

Regular Bible Studies/Prayer meetings have been held in the homes of church members.

Further details and directions to our worship centre can be obtained from the assistant warden:

Isobel: tel: 0664957676

or Alan: tel: 0241944013

Please check the Church Services page for up to date information on services.

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Word and Worship

Every Second, Fourth Sunday at for 1 hour
Redon, Brittany part of Christ Church Brittany
St. Charles Eglise 10 Avenue Gaston Sebilleau Redon, 35600, France

Word and worship


Safeguarding information
Our Chaplaincy Safeguarding Officer is Mr Peter Moody: [email protected]

Chaplaincy Safeguarding Policy 2021 for the Chaplaincy of Christ Church Brittany Including Huelgoat, Rostrenen, Ploërmel and Redon.

The protection from harm of children and adults who may be vulnerable is of paramount importance to us. As a chaplaincy within the Diocese of Europe, we comply fully with the requirements of the Diocesan Safeguarding Policy.

We will not tolerate the abuse of children or adults in any form.

Specifically, within our Chaplaincy we are committed to:

The care, nurture, and respectful pastoral ministry of all children, young persons and adults
The safeguarding and protection of all children, young persons and adults who may be vulnerable
The establishing of safe, caring communities which provide a loving environment where there is a culture of ‘informed vigilance’ as to the dangers of abuse.
The careful selection and training of all those with any safeguarding responsibility within the Church, including the use of available criminal records disclosures and relevant vetting and barring schemes.
Preventing abuse or the likelihood of abuse by encouraging and adopting a pro-active stance to safeguarding; responding to the slightest concern whether by rumour, speculation or from an anonymous source – every safeguarding concern will be taken seriously.
Ensuring that any concern about safeguarding must be passed onto someone in the Diocesan Safeguarding Team as there are no legal barriers to sharing such concerns.
Responding without delay to every complaint made which suggests that a child, young person or adult may have been harmed – co-operating with the local police, relevant local agencies and any other relevant body (eg other faith groups) in any investigation.
Seeking to work with anyone who has suffered abuse, developing with them an appropriate ministry of informed pastoral care.
Seeking to challenge any abuse of power, especially by anyone in a position of trust.
Seeking to offer pastoral care and support, including supervision and referral to the proper authorities, to any member of our church community known to have offended against a child, young person or vulnerable adult.
Adopted/Reaffirmed by Chaplaincy Council Date: August 2020

Chaplaincy Safeguarding Officer is Mr Peter Moodie: [email protected]

Acting Chaplain Jeremy Cross: Churchwarden Chris Wilson: Churchwarden Janet Lageveen


Safeguarding in the Church of England