We have been worshipping in the Tarn since 2004 and in Brens since 2009. Our regular services are all held at 11.00 am followed by coffee, and we also have regular social events where everyone is welcome. Come and join us and be part of our growing congregation.
We hold Holy Communion services on the 2nd and 4th Sundays, and Morning Prayer on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays of each month.
|Sunday 16th June||11h00||Morning Prayer, Robin Johnston|
|Sunday 23rd June||11h00||Holy Communion, Rev Dan Langdon-Griffiths|
|Sunday 30th June||11h00||Morning Prayer, Peter Gibbs|
Sunday 16th June - 11h00 - Morning Prayer led by Robin Johnston
Sunday 23rd June - 11h00 - Holy Communion celebrated by Rev Dan Langdon-Griffiths
The Readings for Easter 7 are:
The Collect for Easter 7
Acts 16. 16 - 34
The lectionary for the entire year
O God the King of glory,
Prayer is an important part of our Christian lives: it unites us as a body. Here are some suggestions for private prayer.If you have a prayer request for yourself or for someone else, with or without a name or details, please contact: Judith Nield : 05 63 60 25 18 or Robin Johnston : 05 63 33 12 76
- For all who have received unexpected good news.
- For all those in the chaplaincy who are recovering from major surgery.
- For those who are caring for them.
- For all those awaiting tests to see if their unborn child is fit and well.
Saturday 6th April 19.00 for 19:30. Quiz and Curry Night. Chez David & Sheena Pratt.
We see this as a major outreach opportunity:
let’s walk the walk and invite friends to join us for this event
Tickets will be available soon.
Sunday 14th April after the service. Iain and Cecily would like everyone to join them at L’Ispiens Porte for lunch (at their expense!) after they have renewed their wedding vows for their Golden Wedding Anniversary. Please let Iain know if you are coming so he can let the restaurant know the numbers who are coming.
Also Sunday 14th April (Palm Sunday) at 18.00. Faure Requiem and Schubert Stabat Martyr Puycelsi choir will be singing these two solemn works on Palm Sunday to commemorate our Lord's Passion. Tickets priced 15€ (over 18) 10€ over 10 and students. Under 10 free. Further details Ross and Ginny Jenkins tel 05 63 33 15 84
Chaplaincy AGM - Sunday 28th April will be at Vayrac this year.
Going forward Sunday May 12th 11am onwards. Please make a note in your diary so that you can join us. This will be a day when we look at what we have achieved since our foundation and what and how we want to do in the future and how we plan to achieve it. More details will be published soon
We regret that these are currently having an enforced break but we hope to restart these as soon as possible.
Pop-Up Restaurants - Brown envelope fundraisers
Watch out for details of future events
Food for Restos du Cœur to give to othersWe collect for Resto du Coeur, Gaillac, a food bank, all the year round. They really appreciate our gifts and have said could we possibly consider giving cleaning materials for humans and habitats! Please leave your donation in the container in the Presbytery
Take a book from our shelves of nearly new books. We suggest that you put €2.00 for hardbacks and €1.00 for paperbacks in the coffee basket.
A cupboard soon to be upgraded to a DVD stack has been filled with our unwanted DVDs. Fill it and take ones as you want.
A donation of 2€ for each DVD but a credit of 1€ for each one you return. Money in the coffee basket please. This is an honesty system.
We use the coffee fund to replenish the supplies but principally it is to help others in need and occasionally ourselves.
A Call to Ministry
We often think that the only form of ministry is that of being a priest or lay reader but in this chaplaincy we interpret ministry in the broadest way. Currently in this congregation we are looking for
Congregational Worship Leaders (CWL)
CWLs lead morning prayer and assist the clergy during Holy Communion. There is a formal training and the CWLs are licenced to take part in this ministry. If you are interested please phone Revd Dan on 05 63 42 04 29.
Leading intercessions is easier than you think and training will be given if you feel that this is a form of ministry that you are called to.
Greeters and Coffee Makers
Greeting people coming into to church with a smile and handshake is one of the easiest things to do but is also one of the most important as being made to feel welcome encourages people to come back and worship again. Similarly more Coffee makers are needed. Please see Iain or Tricia if this form of ministry interests you.
The Safeguarding Officer for Brens is Peter Gibbs, for further information on the Chaplaincy Safeguarding Policy visit our Safeguarding page.
L'Eglise St. Eugène, Côté de l'Eglise, 81600 Brens
Brens is to the south of the river outside Gaillac.
GPS co-ordinates: 43° 53.344′ N 1° 54.464′ E