Welcome to the Toulouse Anglican Church
We have been worshipping in Toulouse since 1965.
We are an extremely diverse bunch of people, all united in our desire to follow Jesus daily and to bring others to know Him.
We hold Service of the Word on 1st Sundays and Holy Communion Services on 3rd Sundays. Our services are led by a team of clergy and lay people each of whom bring a different flavour to the worship. The team includes Rev Jacqueline Rodwell, and our Congregational Worship Leaders Sam, Zena, Bill and John.
Whilst our services are all Anglican in structure, our congregation is made up of people from many differing denominations each of whom find themselves most at home and welcome worshiping with us.
|Sunday 4th June||10h30||Morning Prayer, Sam Silverthorn|
|Sunday 18th June||10h30||Holy Communion, Revd Jacqueline Rodwell|
|Sunday 2nd July||10h30||Morning Prayer, Sam Silverthorn|
|Sunday 16th July||10h30||Holy Communion, Revd Jacqueline Rodwell|
|Sunday 6th August||10h30||Morning Prayer, Sam Silverthorn|
|Sunday 20th August||10h30||Holy Communion, Revd Jacqueline Rodwell|
|Sunday 3rd September||10h30||Morning Prayer, Sam Silverthorn|
|Sunday 17th September||10h30||Holy Communion, Revd Jacqueline Rodwell|
Sunday 4th June - 10h30 - Morning Prayer led by Sam Silverthorn
The Readings are:-
2 Corinthians 13:11–13
The Collect is
Almighty and everlasting God,
you have given us your servants grace,
by the confession of a true faith,
to acknowledge the glory of the eternal Trinity
and in the power of the divine majesty to worship the Unity:
keep us steadfast in this faith,
that we may evermore be defended from all adversities;
through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,
who is alive and reigns with you,
in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and for ever.
Sunday 18th June - 10h30 - Holy Communion celebrated by Revd Jacqueline Rodwell
We have a well stocked Children’s corner with activities. We aim to restart once a month this Autumn.
We have a dedicated worship group who provide wonderful leadership for our singing. Thanks to them, we enjoy a great mix of traditional hymns and more modern worship songs.
The Safeguarding Officer for Toulouse is Kate Taylor, who can be contacted by E-mail here, for further information on the Chaplaincy Safeguarding Policy visit our Safeguarding page.
Notre Dame de l’Assomption, 23 rue Larade, 31200 Toulouse
Note the church entrance is in rue Clausade
Leave the Peripherique at Exit 31 (Minimes), (a) From the South, take the first exit from the sliproad roundabout, heading East (direction Minimes), (b) From the North, loop round, going back over the Rocade, and take the second exit from the roundabout (direction Minimes). Cross the canal. At the T junction at the end of Avenue d'Eiche, turn left into Boulevard de Suisse which then becomes Boulevard Silvio Trentin. At the “Barriere de Paris” roundabout take the 4th exit into Boulevard des Etats Unis.. Take the 3rd left into Rue Larade. At the end of the road, turn left and you have arrived! Notre Dame de l'Assomption is a large concrete 1960s Church on your left. Parking is in the small car park or on the street.
Take Metro line B (connects with line A at station Jean Jaurès) to Barrière de Paris. Take the middle exit 'Sortie vers Avenue des Etats-Unis'. At the top of the stairs head up the road on your right (Avenue des Etats-Unis) past Midas. Continue past Rue Pierre Rubens to the second road on your left, Rue Ste-Mélanie. Walk down here and take the first right into Rue Clausade. The church is on your right.
GPS co-ordinates: 43° 37’ 42.07”N 1° 25’ 51.27”E