Saint George's Anglican Church, Paris
Saint George's Anglican Church, Paris

Crèche & Sunday School

For children below Sunday school age, a Crèche is available in the Library, just off the side chapel on a Sunday morning,  and offers a range of toys and books as well as colouring sheets on the theme of the Sunday readings.


You must accompany your child(ren).


If you are interested in your children using the crèche please contact

Our Sunday School is for all school age children (primaire, collège, lycée) to hear and understand that weeks bible readings in an age-appropriate way.


After the Opening Prayer we leave church behind the icon of the Archangel Michael for the Club Room. Here we learn the bible stories - from the Old and New Testaments - that help us understand and respond to Jesus.


We rejoin our families after Holy Communion (unless we're going to present something to the whole congregation after the Notices!).


Our Sunday School needs to recruit more leaders - we work in a relaxed setting to enable our young people to enjoy their Sundays! St George's takes Safeguarding seriously so, if you can volunteer to be part of the rota you will will need to complete the Safeguarding process. Please speak to Mary Jane Wilkie on Sunday, or email her here,  and she will guide you through the process.  

Godly Play

Godly Play was developed by Jerome Berryman, over 40 years of work with children in the USA. Using Montessori methods of ‘presenting scripture stories to children’ Godly Play is a method of ‘showing’ Bible stories. It encourages ‘playing’ with the language of God. It is designed to help listeners to ‘enter the language to be more fully in God’s presence’ [‘The Complete Guide to Godly Play’ Volume 1 page 9].


Godly Play is being used by leaders in business , government and the 3rd sector as a way to access the power of human imagination and the human spirit. It is a powerful tool for learning. 


Godly Play uses a story - told with simple figures and using traditional story telling techniques - and then gives time and different opportunities for the listeners to work through the implications of the story for themselves. 

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08:30    Holy Communion (1662)

10:30    Solemn Eucharist

16:30    Messe Malgache

               (1st & 3rd Sundays

                of the month)


18:00            Evening Prayer 

18:30            Eucharist


09:15            Morning Prayer         

18:00            Evening Prayer

18:30            Eucharist


12:00            Eucharist

18:00            Evening Prayer followed by Exposition of the                                Blessed Sacrament


09:15            Morning Prayer     18:00            Evening Prayer

18:30            Eucharist


19:00            Stations of the Cross

                       by Zoom


12:00           Eucharist

18:00           L'eucharistie

                       en français

For more information on services see "Worship"


Saint George's Church, Paris
7 rue Auguste Vacquerie,

75116 Paris


t: +33 (0)1 47 20 22 51


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