The Archdeaconry of France, part of the Anglican Diocese in Europe
Planning for the future
The Archdeacon of France and Monaco, the Venerable Meurig Williams, spent time with some of us at St John’s Menton on Wednesday, August 30th. He was delighted to visit the church for the first time and see at close quarters the work that needed to be done. He pledged his […]
An early Saturday morning start at Bruxelles Midi, as I board the TGV to Strasbourg. Time was when this was a tortuous journey by rail – not least for those who worked in the EU institutions. No longer, thanks to levels of French government (and EU) investment in the rail […]
Being an Archdeacon in the Diocese in Europe is different to the rest of the Church of England and the Church in Wales where I was previously an archdeacon. There is the huge geographical scale for one thing. There is also less of the ‘gutters, drains and stolen lead from […]
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