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For young and old,

to meet and walk together,

to grow in faith

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Sunday worship

Sunday 10:30 a.m.

Cult'U, Worship differently, Cantata Worship... Every Sunday, the Saint-Paul community and its pastor joyfully welcome you to share this important time of the week.

Spiritual break

12:10 p.m. (noon)

To recharge your spiritual batteries, such is the purpose of this break.

Songs, prayer, silence, and meditation enable us to inhabit this time of encounter with God and the gathered community.

A warm meal is proposed at the end of the break for those wishing to converse with a pastor or the community.

You are welcome.

At St Paul's table

Wednesday 12:40 p.m.

Truly an intergenerational gathering of the university parish, this event brings together students, professors, and other parishioners of Saint-Paul over a simple, warm meal.

To register, simply send a message on Facebook or to

Donations welcome - 1€ for students

Monthly hike

11:40 a.m.

At the end of the service, we invite you to extend the gathering with a nature excursion.

Our route is pre-planned and recorded on our Outdoor Active account.

Our outings are open to both young and old.

Please bring a picnic, walking shoes, and weather-appropriate clothing.


Biblical Awakening

Saturday 4:30 p.m.

Starting from their own questions, children are led to discover Bible stories and the Protestant faith.

Biblical Awakening is for children from 0 to 10 years old. Parents who accompany them are invited to participate in every part of the gathering, including singing, craft workshops, storytelling, and of course, snack time!

Bible Study

Friday 3 p.m.

The Bible never ceases to surprise us with its colorful narratives and sometimes puzzling relevance, despite the centuries that separate us from its authors. Perhaps it's because of this temporal and cultural gap that understanding the meaning of biblical texts can be challenging at times. It's perfect for our inquisitive minds hungry for biblical puzzles and investigations! With patience and method, we meticulously study the narrative strategy employed by the authors, comparing various known historical facts and clues before drawing conclusions about the story's meaning or meanings. Join us on Thursdays at St. Paul, from 2:30 to 4 p.m., every two weeks.


Agape Group

6:30 p.m.

This group originated from supporting couples in their wedding preparations. Once a month, we gather over a meal at the St. Paul's meeting hall to get acquainted and discuss various themes or books. Beyond topics related to couples, love, and blessings for marriage, we also delve into matters of faith, ethics, and society.

Read and debate

12 p.m.

Each month, we allow ourselves to be challenged by the author of a book before discussing it with a critical mind. Our goal is to provoke thought and broaden the horizons of our faith. Next book: 'Paul Ricoeur' by Jean Grondin. Registration is encouraged.

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