[1 John 1:5]

Welcome to

The Anglican Chaplaincy of

Midi-Pyrénées & Aude

“God is light; In him there is no darkness...”  


Sunday 25th July -

Sunday 8th August 2021


Due to the summer holiday period

we regret that there will not be online services for Sundays 25th July to 8th August inclusive.

It is hoped that Chaplaincy-wide

online services will resume in the

second half of August.


If you would like to view a service,

the neighbouring Chaplaincy of Aquitaine

will post services each week at 



A message from

Area Dean Tony

can be viewed 



this month



We are still working on a plan for restarting services in Alet-les-Bains but hope to be able to announce services in the very near future.



The Brens congregation will, this month, be continuing to conduct services by ZOOM 

at 10h30 on the following SUNDAYS

August 8th

August 22nd

A Zoom link and a pew leaflet with details of the service 

will be circulated by email before each service. 

All are welcome to join this worship.



We are still working on a plan for restarting services in Cahors but hope to be able to announce services in the very near future.



The Caylus congregation will, this month, be meeting, in person, for services  of Morning Prayer 

at 10h30 on the following MONDAYS

August 2nd

August 16th


Église de Saint Peyronis,
82160 Lacapelle-Livron



The Toulouse congregation are not planning

to meet for services during August.  

Face-to-face services will recommence

in September.




The Vayrac congregation will continue to conduct services

either in person or by Zoom

at 10h30 on the first TUESDAY

of each month.

Details of each service will be distributed by email shortly beforehand.



Future Services

Please watch out for further email notification about plans for future services.  With the appearance of the COVID Delta variant, there is still a sate of flux but we will keep you informed of any further changes that may be necessary.


About us

WELCOME to the website for the Anglican Chaplaincy of Midi-Pyrenees and the Aude. We serve the English-speaking Anglican community of an area approximately the size of Denmark and under normal circumstances meet regularly to worship in various locations across the region.

Since the onset of COVID-19 much of our worship ihas been online, and we are now beginning to explore ways of returning to safe and sustainable face-to-face worship.

Since the departure of the previous Chaplain, Reverend Dan Langdon-Griffiths, the Chaplaincy is overseen by the Archdeacon of France, Rev'd Peter Hooper and the Area Dean, Rev'd Tony Lomas. 

All enquires, including for funerals and weddings, can be address to Area Dean Tony at: