Contacts; Meetings for Worship for Paris-Region Friends

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Contacts

Paris Quaker Group (Groupe Quaker de Paris)

Meetings for Worship

The Meeting House in the premises at 114 rue de Vaugirard was sold in 2020. Pending the acquisition of a new place of worship, Paris-region Friends have found a warm welcome at the “Defap” Protestant Mission, 102 Boulevard Arago, Paris 14th. See below for directions.

Subject to restrictions imposed due to the COVID19 pandemic, we strive to maintain our weekly Meetings for Worship at the above address. On certain Sundays, however, we invite Paris-region Friends to take part in the weekly online gatherings organised nationally  See the latest schedule, at right.

More generally, Quakers who do not feel able to attend in-person Meetings may take part in the weekly online “Zoom” gatherings.

Online Meetings for Worship

Weekly Zoom Meetings are organised nationally, by “QuakersenFrance“. For the log-in details, send an e-mail to secretaire@quakersenfrance.com  Please note that online Meetings start at 10:30 am Paris time.

In-Person Meetings in Paris

“In person” Meetings for Worship at the Paris Protestant Mission start at 11 am.

Ministry is usually delivered in French, but Friends may also express themselves in English, which will be translated if possible.

There’s tea and coffee afterwards for those who wish to stay. For practical details, please e-mail us at contact@quakers-paris.fr

 

The DEFAP Centre, 102 Bd. Arago, 75014 Paris

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Métro, train and bus services:
Nearest station: Denfert-Rochereau (Métro lines 4 and 6, and also line B of the RER suburban rail service)
Buses: 38, 68, 88, 216, 283 OrlyBus, N14 and N21.

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Friends enjoying a shared meal in the courtyard of the former Quaker Centre in rue de Vaugirard