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Dondas, Doudrac, Envals, Saint Médard

Services and Events

Forthcoming services in the Lot et Garonne - all are welcome!

Tuesday 10 December – Monteton, 18:00 Christmas Carol Service

Wednesday 11 December – Dondas, 18:30 Christmas Carol Service

Saturday 14 December – Envals, 12:00 Christmas Lunch and Carols

Sunday 15 December – Dondas, 10:30 Holy Communion, Rev'd Liz Morris

Sunday 15 December – Monteton, 10:30 BCP Morning Prayer, Rev'd Louise Courtney

Friday 20 December – Saint Médard, 18:30 Christmas Carol Service

Sunday 22 December – Monteton, 10:30 Holy Communion, Rev'd Liz Morris

Tuesday 24 December – Monteton, 16:00 Christmas Eve Holy Communion, Rev'd Barrie Green

Wednesday 25 December – Doudrac, 11:00 Christmas Holy Communion, Rev'd Liz Morris

Tuesday 21 January - Villeneuve sur Lot, Eysses church (47300) - 20:00 Christian Unity service

Sunday 26 January – Monteton, 10:30 Holy Communion, Rev'd Tony Lomas

Contact information: Local Warden, Richard Morris on 05 53 23 40 51  or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

June BBQ to raise funds for WaterAid charity

On a very hot evening, 25th June, 70 people gathered at the home of Liz and Dave Rolfe for a barbecue. Dave and Richard had the unenviable task of manning the barbecues, Dave Wybrow, assisted by Lesley, looked after the bar, while Marian and the two Liz’s trotted back and forwards with dishes of food and bottles of water. Being such a warm evening meant that a lot of water was drunk which made it all the more poignant that we were raising money for Wateraid. In total, €730 was raised for this worthwhile charity. We were well entertained by musicians Gail and Stuart May and a wonderful Elvis impersonator, Rob Russell. Thank you to them, to all who helped, to all who attended and to those who were unable to come but made a donation anyway!

 

March fundraising: Beetle Drive and Tea and Cakes!

Friday 15th March in Montauriol: Members from various churches invited their friends to enjoy a Beetle Drive organized by Tina and David Marshall at their home. Half way through the evening, nearly forty of us sat to enjoy a chili supper cooked by David and Liz Rolfe and a selection of desserts provided by others. The evening finished on a high with a good number of raffle prizes being won and a bottle of champagne given to John MacLeod, the winner of the Beetle Drive. Thanks to those who made it such a memorable evening. The evening made 490 €, which will be split between Eymet Temple and Doudrac for fund raising projects and chaplaincy funds.

Wed 20th March in Naussanes: What a delightful afternoon of Tea, Cakes, and Books! People were coming and going at the home of Christine and John MacLeod, who together organized second hand books for sale around their home, and tea and coffee in the kitchen with a delicious assortment of cakes and cookies to tempt every palate. The event was in aid of chaplaincy funds, and raised 100 € for the Chaplaincy, and 50 € for Toilet Twinning.

 

February 'Come Dine with Me' went Island Hopping

come dine with meOn Friday evening, 8th February, at the home of Gillian and Ian Strachan at Bayac, fifteen of us sat to enjoy a four course meal prepared by Gillian and Belinda. We entertained each other with anecdotal stories of individuals favourite islands, which were illustrated with photographs, maps, song and poetry. We travelled from the Scottish Isles via the Mediterranean, West Indies and the Isles of the Indian Ocean. The evening finished with a display of beautiful saris which the ladies were invited to try on.

The evening made 444 € euros in aid of the chosen charities for Doudrac and also church funds. As the evening was such a success, another event is being planned for the future.  Watch this space!

 

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2019

This year, in the Lot et Garonne, we were blessed with three celebrations. The first on 22nd January, was held at the church of St Etienne in Villeneuve sur Lot. There were around 40 people present and was led by three priests: Père Richard Bouchet, Roman Catholic abbé of Villeneuve, Pasteur Bonheur Agudze of the Eglise Reformée du Vallé du Lot and our own Rev. Liz Morris.

The second, on 23rd January, was held in the Maison Paroissale at Port St Marie, led by Père Jean-Jacques Fauconnet with a total of nine people present.

The third, on 24th January, was held in the church of St Pierre de Tonneins, led by Père Michel Olivié and Pasteur Bonheur Agudze. There were also around 40 people present.

The forms of celebration at Villeneuve followed the guidelines set out by the churches in Indonesia, on the themes of Justice and Peace and included readings, prayers, a homily by Père Richard and hymns and sung responses led by Bernadette Rivassou. Following the service there were refreshments and time for fellowship.

At Port St Marie, it took the form of a discussion on the reading – Deuteronomy 16, verses 11-20 and Psalm 85 on what the bible was telling us what Justice means in all its forms. Thanks to Carol Spires and Pippa Fabré for their involvement.

The programme of celebration at Tonneins mirrored that of Villeneuve, with readings, prayers and hymns, led by a cantor and with a homily by Pasteur Bonheur. Afterwards we enjoyed time to get to know one another over cake and soft drinks.

 

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Lot et Garonne Church Banner

A particular thank you to Norma Eckett for the magnificent textile church banner she has produced from ‘bricks’ contributed by members of the Lot et Garonne congregations, and which will hang in rotation in each of the churches.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dondas

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All are welcome to attend our next worship service at the church in Dondas at 10:30am on Sunday 15th December, a service of Holy Communion led by Rev'd Liz Morris. We hope to see you there!

Join us for a Christmas Carol service at Dondas on Wednesday 11 December, at 18:30, with the choir "Chant'Allez", accompanied by Marilyn Morrow. This will be followed, as usual, by mulled wine and mince pies in the salle des fêtes nearby. Invite family and friends, all are welcome to attend!!

Dondas

L'Eglise Saint Martin in Dondas is located south-west of Beauville and mid-way between Agen and Tournon d’Agenais.

Services are held on the 3rd Sunday of every month at 10:30am, alternating between Holy Communion and Morning Worship services. Church of England forms of worship are used. As well as our monthly services we hold a bilingual service of Christmas carols every December where our singing is led by Chant-Allez. It has become popular with both British and French locals and is always a joyful occasion, followed in time-honoured tradition by mulled wine and mince pies.

Dondas

Our Thanks: We are very grateful to Père John Hennessy and to the Mayor and people of Dondas for their very active support. We are very fortunate to have the use of such a beautiful church.

We are delighted to welcome to our services people from our neighbouring Chaplaincy over the border in the Lot and Tarn et Garonne. They in turn have invited us to join them, an invitation that will appeal particularly to those who live in the far south east of the Lot et Garonne. They meet every Sunday afternoon at 4.00pm in the Chapelle St Paul, which is on the Lauzerte side of Valence d’Agen, just past the Lidl supermarket off the D953, and they currently celebrate Holy Communion on the second Sunday of every month. More details can be found on http://churchinmidipa.org

Keeping Up to Date: If you would like to receive notices of future services and other events at Dondas, please let Sara James have your e-mail address by contacting her on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Blessed Harvest Celebration

harvest thanksgivingOn Sunday, 20 October, Rev'd Liz Morris came to celebrate our Eucharist for Harvest. In her sermon, Liz drew a comparison between the situation set out in the first reading from Deuteronomy, celebrating the feast of First Fruits, and the situation we find ourselves in today when modern techniques mean that we can enjoy produce all the year round even when it is out of season locally. This brings with it a duty to treat food responsibly, for instance having good standards of animal husbandry and not just taking it for granted that we can have what we want when we want it. As usual, people were very generous with their gifts which will be donated to a local charitable association, 'Accueil et Partage'.

Our service on Sunday, 17 November at 10.30am will be Morning Worship, when it will be good to welcome back David Albrecht.

 

Summer services at Dondas

dondas churchOn Sunday, 18 August Revd Liz Morris came to celebrate our Eucharist, and on Sunday, 15 September, Michael Torne led us in a service of Morning Worship in the Salesian tradition which offered us several opportunities for silent meditation and which all of us who were there found very helpful and reflective.

We were delighted to worship with Michael Torne on Sunday, 21 July at 10.30am, to lead our service of Morning Worship. His sermon was based on our second reading, the Gospel for the day with its account of Jesus’ visit to the house of Martha and Mary and gave us much to ponder on. We shall look forward to seeing him again in September, and in November.

It was good to welcome some of our summer members who are currently out here. After the service there was time for fellowship over a welcome cup of coffee and some of Maggie’s delicious eats though it wasn’t yet warm enough to move out from the church into the porch, and Margaret again sold her excellent scones and home-made cakes in aid of ChapAid charities.

 

Contact information: Sara James on 05 53 95 45 81 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 

 

Doudrac

All are welcome to join us at Doudrac at 11:00am, on Wednesday 25th December for a service of Christmas Day Holy Communion, led by Rev'd Liz Morris...Invite family and friends, all are welcome to attend!

And, now a worship service on the 3rd Sunday of each month!!

- no 3rd Sunday service in December or January

- Sunday 16th February, Evening Worship in Doudrac

- Sunday 15th March, Evening Worship in Doudrac

 

doudrac church

L'Eglise Saint Jean Baptiste in Doudrac is located on the D250 is about 5 kms west of Villereal. This congregation at Doudrac has grown to meet the needs of the growing number of English speaking people in the area in the north-east Lot-et-Garonne. The local mayor and the Abbé of Montflanquin have been very supportive, and are delighted that this lovely old church is being used on a regular basis by an ever growing congregation.

Our congregation is drawn from across the north, east and central Lot et Garonne and from the southern Dordogne.

Our special thanks are due to the parish of Sainte Therese de l’Enfant Jesu des Bastides and to the Commune of Doudrac for allowing us to share with them the Church of St John the Baptist and the Salle des Fetes.

Holy Communion is held every first Sunday at 11h00, and Evening Worship on every third Sunday. Church of England forms of worship are used. Also, we hold a Harvest Festival in the Autumn, as well as a Bilingual service of Christmas Carols which has become a well-received tradition. Congregations of over 30 are usual throughout the year, with numbers doubling for major festivals. All are welcome to join us!

L'Eglise St Jean le Baptiste

Contacts: Eve Warner-Howard is responsible for organising readers in church. Her contact details are This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you have a good clear voice and would like to read a lesson, please contact her, she would be delighted to hear from you.

Prayer Chain Dave Lee is now Prayer Chain Co-ordinator for Lot et Garonne and may be contacted on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Contact Information:

Eve Warner-Howard: 05 53 41 36 49, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Inspiring November Taizé service

Our Taize service on the evening of Sunday, 17th November was led by our Chaplain, Rev'd Tony Lomas. The Taize music led us into our meditation and a sense of ‘oneness’, valuing the silences between readings and music for private prayer. During the service we were invited to light a candle and place it on the large cross which had been placed at the foot of the altar. Thanks go to those for the preparation and music for this service.

 

June and July, singing and praise!!

On Sunday, 2nd June, we welcomed Rev'd Bramwell Bearcroft to celebrate our service of Holy Communion. It was also a pleasure to see the family of baby Spencer Jones who was baptized at this time last year at Doudrac. We were blessed with the annual visit of the University of Central Lancashire Choir who once again enriched our service with their voices. During the service they sang, A Hymn to the Virgin. B. Britten, O Magnum Mysterium. T Luis de Victoria, and Christus Factus Est. A Bruckner. The theme of Rev Bearcroft’s sermon was ‘Music ‘ as were the readings and the choir finished our service with the song, Joyful, Joyful from Sister Act, which they sang whilst exiting the church. Of the 92 attendees that morning, 62 received Communion. After the service coffee was served in the Salles des Fetes giving us all the opportunity to chat with the choir and offer our thanks.

Such a joy, on the hot afternoon of Sunday 21st July, to enjoy the cool, peaceful ambiance created by committed people of our congregation, who had prepared the church for our Taizé-inspired service of worship. Twenty-three people from various congregations attended the service, enjoying the prayers and songs of peace and unity. The beauty of the music is in its simplicity and has been expressed as ‘A Spring of Water’. Thanks to Rev’d Liz Morris who led the worship and Belinda who organised the music. It is planned to have another Taize service in the not too distant future.


Doudrac church on Easter Day

As people arrived and passed the Salles des Fêtes to enter the church, they were met with the smell of a roast dinner being prepared for our Easter meal to be enjoyed after the service. Weather-wise, it was not the sunny day we were promised, but inside the church the warmth and light were truly evident. The 11am Holy Communion service, led by Rev Louise Courtney, opened with the joyous hymn of ‘Jesus Christ is Risen today’. This was followed by the Peace. The readings were full of promise as, indeed, was the sermon on the Resurrection; ‘No despair – Christ is Risen. Alleluia.’ After Communion, a small choir sang “Deo Dicamus Gratias’ by Victor C. Johnson. There were forty eight attendees including a number of children, and thirty six communicants. We finished with the congregational favourite, ‘Thine Be the Glory’.

After the service we assembled in the Salles des Fetes to celebrate Easter together with great food and fellowship. We are most grateful for all those involved in preparations for the service and the splendid meal.

 

40 Acts during Lent - and a good church clean!

church cleaningA number of us met during Lent to discuss the ’40 Acts’, an Anglican study which arrived daily by email setting out a number of challenges for the day. We discussed together each week how we were able to respond to these tasks and decided to do something together.

Armed with buckets, mops, and various cleaning materials, we gave Doudrac church a good spring clean – we even got our pianist doing the vacuuming! It was a beautiful day, so after work we sat on the grass and had a picnic lunch.

 

Delightful Advent and Christmas!

The first of our Advent candles was lit by Rev Louise Courtney as she led our service of Holy Communion on Sunday morning, 2nd December . Rev Louise’s sermon began with a story of birds trapped in a cage and being bought to be set free, setting her theme for the rest of her sermon about redemption. “Because every Christmas, God sends us the greatest gift that we could ever receive … the promise of redemption, wrapped up in our hearts and renewed, every year.”

We chose to hold the Service of Lessons and Carols, on the morning of Sunday, 9th December, at the church at Envals. The church was decorated with fresh green leaves, laden with red berries and pine cones which were hung at the entrance of the church and placed along the altar steps with tiny lighted candles. There was a Christmas tree adorned with lights, and below the altar three beautiful icons, painted by Marian Evans, completed our Christmas scene. The service opened with a warm welcome from Rev Liz Morris and the first verse of ‘Once in Royal David’s City’ was sung by a member of the choir. All the carols were sung heartily by the congregation; how we love carols! The small choir sang ‘Angels from the Realms of Glory’ C.Lee Williams, ‘The Shepherds Farewell (from l’enfance du Christ) Hector Berlioz and ‘The Truth from Above’ R. Vaughn Williams. Following the service, 37 members of the congregation gathered together at the home of Dave and Liz Rolfe, directly opposite the church, to enjoy a superb Christmas lunch. What a splendid way to begin our Christmas celebrations!

Christmas Eve Holy Communion at Doudrac was led by Rev Liz Morris. The church was decorated much the same as at Envals with the addition of the crib. In the first reading we were reminded of the prophesy in Isaiah of the coming of our Saviour, ‘For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given’ , and the second reading from Titus telling us of the Christ among us – ‘The grace of God that brings salvation has appeared to all men.’ The familiar Christmas story, told through the Gospel of Luke chap. 2, reminded us of the many wonders of that night, but Rev Liz drew our attention to verse 19, ‘But Mary treasured up all these things and pondered them in her heart.’

 

Blessed June 2017 baptism service with choir

baptismThe church at Doudrac was packed for the service on June 3rd, over a hundred seats were taken with people standing for the Holy Communion service, which included the baptism of baby Spencer Jones. The service was led by Rev'd Bramwell Bearcroft who baptized baby Spencer at the front of the church providing a good view for all. Bramwell used a bilingual French and English liturgy for the baptism.

 

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We were blessed to have the choir from The University of Central Lancashire who sang before and during the service.

 

 

 

 

 Warm Welcome at Doudrac

Doudrac is becoming known for the warmth of its welcome. We now have a rota of 'welcomers' to greet worshippers as they arrive and hand out service sheets. This rota is organised by Eve Warner-Howard so if you are of a cheery disposition and would like to add your name please contact her on 05 53 41 36 49 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Doudrac has a list of people who are contacted by email with news of services and events. If you would like to be added to this list please fill in a form at the church or email Eve Warner-Howard (as above) or Rev'd Liz Morris on: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 

 

Envals

advent and christmasJoin us at the home of Liz and David in Envals on Saturday 14th December 2019, at noon, for Christmas Carols and 'Come Dine with Me' lunch. For more information, please contact Liz or David on 05 53 01 78 76 (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). All are welcome to attend this festive gathering!

 

The next Holy Communion at Envals will be held in 2020...watch this space!


Envals

In the Old School House in the village of Envals between Villereal and Monflanquin.

This new congregation is made up of local people who, until now, have found themselves over an hour away from existing Anglican congregations.

Services of Holy Communion are held about four times a year. Informal services of Holy Communion are held on weekdays in a private home using Church of England forms of worship. They are usually followed by a lunch. All are welcome to join us!

The 'House Church'at the home of Liz and David Rolfe in Envals will be assuming a pattern of quarterly services of Holy Communion. Lunch is always offered after the service, and if you would like to attend, please contact Liz or David on 05 53 01 78 76.

 

Contact Information

Liz and Dave Rolfe on 05 53 01 78 76 - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

November wedding anniversary celebration

Friday 15th November, at 11am, in the home of Liz and David Rolfe, forty two people received Holy Communion at the service led by Rev'd Liz Morris. It was a joyous occasion as we were all celebrating the Golden Wedding Anniversary of Liz and David. Eighty people had been invited to their celebratory curry lunch, which had to be been organised in two sittings. There were numerous dishes to choose from; special dietary requirements also provided, and desserts galore, including a beautiful ‘Wedding’ cake.

Before and after the meal, when guests were enjoying aperitifs or coffee and cake, they were entertained with music and singing by Stanley Hanks. Grateful thanks to all those who helped to make it such a memorable day and especially to Liz and David once again, for such generosity.

 

June BBQ to raise funds for WaterAid charity

On a very hot evening, 25th June, 70 people gathered at the home of Liz and Dave Rolfe for a barbecue. Dave and Richard had the unenviable task of manning the barbecues, Dave Wybrow, assisted by Lesley, looked after the bar, while Marian and the two Liz’s trotted back and forwards with dishes of food and bottles of water. Being such a warm evening meant that a lot of water was drunk which made it all the more poignant that we were raising money for Wateraid. In total, €730 was raised for this worthwhile charity. We were well entertained by musicians Gail and Stuart May and a wonderful Elvis impersonator, Rob Russell. Thank you to them, to all who helped, to all who attended and to those who were unable to come but made a donation anyway!

 

May service and Tony's joyful birthday celebration!

The Chaplain, Rev Tony Lomas, celebrated Holy Communion at Envals on Tuesday, 14th May at 11.30am. Rev Lomas preached on trust, he began with the reading from Acts 9, an actual account of something that really happened; Peter’s trust in the Lord that his prayer would be answered for Tabatha’s life to be restored. We as Christ’s flock must have faith and trust, but we don’t know if we can trust Him – until we do! “I do believe; help my unbelief.” (Mark 9:24).

As it was Rev Lomas’ birthday the following day, the congregation heartily sang ‘Happy Birthday’ after the service. Lunch was served in the library, during which our hostess, Liz Rolfe, presented him with a cake and a birthday gift of a bowler hat to add to his collection of various head wear.

 

Delightful Christmas Carol service and lunch

We chose to hold the Service of Lessons and Carols, on the morning of Sunday, 9th December, at the church at Envals. The church was decorated with fresh green leaves, laden with red berries and pine cones which were hung at the entrance of the church and placed along the altar steps with tiny lighted candles. There was a Christmas tree adorned with lights, and below the altar three beautiful icons, painted by Marian Evans, completed our Christmas scene. The service opened with a warm welcome from Rev Liz Morris and the first verse of ‘Once in Royal David’s City’ was sung by a member of the choir. All the carols were sung heartily by the congregation; how we love carols! The small choir sang ‘Angels from the Realms of Glory’ C.Lee Williams, ‘The Shepherds Farewell (from l’enfance du Christ) Hector Berlioz and ‘The Truth from Above’ R. Vaughn Williams. Following the service, 37 members of the congregation gathered together at the home of Dave and Liz Rolfe, directly opposite the church, to enjoy a superb Christmas lunch. What a splendid way to begin our Christmas celebrations!

 

BBQ Jazz Night at Envals for charity

Our super fundraising event - A ‘Summer Night’s Dream’, in the garden at L’Ancienne Ecole at Envals was a huge success. 

Thanks to David and Liz Rolfe and Rev Liz and Richard Morris who worked tirelessly over hot barbeques to provide our supper and Rev Bramwell and Stanley who provided some great music. Thanks also for Bramwell’s sister who sang a few numbers for us.

Because of generous contributions, we made nearly 700 € for Wateraid that evening.

 

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'Cream Tea' fundraiser

On the hot afternoon of Wednesday, 20th June at the L’Ecole ancienne at Envals , tables were laid with pretty china and vases of flowers for a ‘Cream Tea’ afternoon. In the library a large table bore a wonderful variety of sandwiches and cream cakes, whilst willing helpers carried pots of tea to groups of friends catching up with their news.

The fund raising event for the Murugi Project for the sponsorship of an apprentice raised nearly 400€. This means we have reached our target for the year for this charity; a big ‘Thank You’ to everyone who supported this event.

 

Merry May service...watching and waiting

On Tuesday, 15th May, a date between Ascension and Pentecost, Rev'd Liz Morris celebrated Holy Communion in the home of Dave and Liz Rolfe. There were twenty six communicants. Liz reminded us how busy our lives can be and how impatient we are. She brought home to us in her sermon, the importance of ‘ ...waiting and knowing how to wait – staying in communication with God and being silent and open to the Spirit.’

After the service we all enjoyed a meal prepared by Dave and Liz Rolfe and others who had brought desserts. Thanks to all who contributed to a delicious meal – well worth waiting for!

 

 

 

 

 

Saint Médard

Our next service at St Médard will be a Christmas Carol service on Friday 20th December, at 18:30. Invite family and friends, all are welcome to join us!

L'Eglise Saint Médard in St Médard, in the commune of Clermont Dessous (47130) is one of the churches in the Lot et Garonne in which Anglican services are held.

church of st médardThe first service was at Christmas 2011, a Carol Service of Nine Lessons and Carols, held jointly with the Catholic church and was conducted equally in English and French. We are delighted that this has become an annual tradition.

Now in its eighth year there are usually four services a year: Easter Sunday, Summer service in July, Harvest Festival in September and the Christmas Carol Service, with the local community in English and French, in December.

The GPS coordinates are: 44.252324 - 0.457481

Our Thanks We are very grateful to Père Jean-Jacques Fauconnet for allowing the Chaplaincy of Aquitaine to conduct services in this church. We are lucky to have the use of such a lovely church. Thanks also go to the Mayor and people of St Médard, Clermont Dessous for their support, especially Carol Spires who prepares the church so beautifully for the services.

Welcome Everyone is welcome to the services and we hope that many will join us in worship at St Médard.

Keeping up to date If you would like to receive notices of future services and other events at St Médard, please contact Carol Spires, information below.

 

Contact Information

Carol Spires on 05 53 87 24 74 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Palm Sunday - 14th April

While our numbers were few, and the church rather cold, the atmosphere was warm, as we joined together to remember the Lords entry into Jerusalem, with the Rev'd Liz Morris.

Thank you to Peter, Alex and Sara, for the dramatized narration of the Palm Sunday Gospel, bringing it alive.

 

2018 Christmas Carols at St Médard

Our annual Carol Service with our friends and neighbours was lovely. Once again chant Allez were wonderful. The children with our local Berger, Jean Yves Fabre, taking a lamb to the crèche was very moving. After the carols, everyone enjoyed vin chaud and mince pies. There was not one mince pie left. Thank you Liz for a  lovely service.


 

House Group meets near Doudrac

John and Bronwen Hartwell have started a House Group at their home near Doudrac. The meetings are generally followed by a light lunch.

If you have never been to a House Group before and have wondered what it is like, please come along and join us. If you would like to attend, please phone on 05 53 01 30 35 and we will give you directions on where to find us.

Every Blessing, John and Bronwen

 

 

Our Community

Fellowship - All are welcome!

Join us for coffee and fellowship after each service, served with a smile!

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Contacts

Our centre is made up of a group of churches working together, with various people responsible at each church. This section is currently under construction, and updates should be made available shortly, so please watch this space.

George Vellacott holds the church keys for the church at Doudrac, he can be contacted on: 05 53 74 60 56 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Eve Warner-Howard is responsible for organising readers in church at Doudrac. Her contact details are This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you would like to read a lesson in church, please contact her, she would be delighted to hear from you.

Dave Lee is Prayer Chain Co-ordinator for Lot et Garonne. If you would like to include anyone in our prayers,  he can be contacted on 05 53 48 42 85 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For everything else, Mike and Gaye Gulliver are always willing to help. They can be contacted on 05 53 36 67 25.