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Prayers for the World

Paper people joined together.

Real people torn apart.

May these children know a better world...

Spirit of the Living God, come afresh onto your Church.
Help your people to restore broken relationships.

Give us patience to break down the barriers that divide,

Give us the ability to discern personal prejudice and the courage to overcome fear.

Help us your servants to work together in love for one another,

engaging with your world in works of mission,

carrying in word and action the Good News of your Son Jesus Christ to your world, 

sharing your love and helping others,

so that your kingdom may be established on earth.
For Jesus’ sake.        Amen



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Paris 13 November 2015
Charlie Hebdo 7 January 2016
Brussels 22 March 2016
Paris 14 June 2016
Nice 14 July 2016
Baveria 18 July 2016
Ansbach 25 July 2016
St Etienne du Rouvray  26 July 2016
Louvre 3 February 2017
Westminster Bridge London 22 March 2017
Champs Elysées 20 Apri 2017
Manchester Arena 22 May 2017
London Bridge 3 June 2017
Notre Dame Paris 6 June  2017 
Barcelona 17 August 2017
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing and their families

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Televised church service click here

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We are delighted to welcome the Reverend Canon Robert Dennis and his wife Diane to St Andrew’s. Our new Priest-in-charge is originally from South Africa and was ordained in Cape Town by Archbishop Tutu. He has served in various posts in the UK , his most recent being a parish in Wales.

Canon Robert  will be formally licensed on 4 February, but has Permission to officiate until then.

We look forward to getting to know Canon Robert and Diane in the weeks to come and we wish them a happy and stimulating stay in our community.

...to St Andrew's Church in Pau in South West France.

This Anglican Church has been established in Pau since 1888 and today provides a place for worship for both Anglicans and Christians from other denominations who wish to attend services in English.

We are a mixed community of people from different countries. Some of our members are working in Pau and have young families, some are retired and live in Pau and in the regions around Pau.

The celebration of the Eucharist each Sunday at 10.45 is the centre of Chaplaincy life. Coffee is served after the service, which provides an opportunity for people to meet and talk. Those attending the Eucharist have the opportunity also to go to a local hotel  for lunch together if they wish. Please look at the website for information on the Sunday Club for Children, the monthly All Age Family Eucharist and the other activities which are part of the life of this Chaplaincy.

If you are new to the area, or visiting on holiday, you will find a warm welcome when you come to join us for worship on Sundays at St Andrew's Church, Pau.

The Churchwardens

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St Andrew's Harvest lunch

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Carol Service 2017
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Everyone on our mailing list should have heard that the boiler is being replaced; we hope the work will be finished in the near future. We are running an urgent appeal for donations to help us to cover the considerable expense of this.

Our Gift Day held 26 November raised  2830€ which was most encouraging, giving us a total of 10 746€. Since then we have received another 4000€ which has helped us greatly along the way., but we are not there yet, so for those who haven’t yet donated, please give generously if you can, either by cheque to ‘Eglise Saint-André de Pau’ or to

   IBAN: FR76 16906 03026 5108139606 37l.

Recorded donations will be eligible for French tax credit.