St. Andrew's, built in 1887, is the Church of the Anglican Chaplaincy in PAU, in the South West of France. It is part of the Anglican Diocese of Europe, under the Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe. It exists to serve the needs of all Anglicans and English-speakers of all Christian churches whether permanent or temporary residents or visitors, and of all who wish to worship with us.. Sunday school activities are usually held for children in the Sepulchre chapel.


We have  worship centres in HERES and MAZERES established in 2013 to serve English speaking Christians in the Gers. Take a look at their pages on the website to find out more. click here


We value our ecumenical relationship with other churches in Pau.

Our Churches


We understand ourselves as a community of belonging in Christ for those English speakers who are away from their own geographic roots.

We seek to empower ourselves to be effective disciples of Christ in whatever place and circumstance we find ourselves.

Mission Statement



Sundays 10.45 am :

Sung Eucharist

Services are also held on major days of the Church year.




Service Times

St Andrew’s Anglican Church Pau

If you are arriving in Pau from the Autoroute, follow the dual carriagway from the Autoroute. Exit to Pau Centre until you reach the traffic lights and the two way street of rue Carnot.  Continue down rue Carnot towards the centre and at the traffic lights on the fourth turning to the right is rue Pasteur.  Turn down here and the Church is 100 m down here, on the corner of Pasteur and rue O'Quin. (Rue O'Quin is a one-way street). 


There are street signs to the church.


See the map below.

Location

Coordinates:  43.301602,   - 0.370833



Second Sunday in every month 11.15 am :

Morning prayer  with said Eucharist from time to time click here for more details

Heres and Mazeres

Priest-in-charge Canon Robert Dennis