October in the
A message from
Area Dean, Rev'd Tony Lomas
can be viewed
for Sunday 10th October
On Sunday 10th October at 10h30
Archdeacon Peter will be leading
a service live on ZOOM
Further details of the service and a Zoom link
will be distributed shortly.
Information about October services
will be available shortly.
The Brens congregation will be continuing to conduct
services by ZOOM
at 11h00 on the following dates:
Sunday October 3rd
Sunday October 17th
Sunday October 31st
Sunday November 7th
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.
There will also be a service of Harvest Communion
at St Eugene Church, Brens (TBC) on
Sunday October 24th at 11h00
The Cahors congregation will be meeting
for worship on:
Sunday October 10th at 10h00 - Harvest Morning Prayer
Collection for Resto du Coeur.
The service will be followed by a picnic lunch.
Sunday October 31st at 10h00 - Ecumenical Service
Both services will be at:
75 avenue Jean Lurcat,
The Caylus congregation be meeting
for services of Morning Prayer
at 10h30 on the following dates:
Monday October 4th
Monday October 18th
Église de Saint Peyronis,
Rev’d Jacqueline Rodwell will be celebrating
services of Holy Communion
at 10h30 on:
Sunday October 3rd - Holy Communion
Sunday October 17th - Harvest Festival
Sunday October 31st - All Hallows’ Special
Sunday November 7th - Remembrance Sunday
Sunday November 21st - Holy Communion
All services will be at:
Notre Dame de l'Assomption,
23 rue Larade,
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.
Please watch out for further email notification about plans for future services.
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: