The Archdeaconry of France, part of the Anglican Diocese in Europe
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 […]
Outline of the Sermon preached in Christ Church, Lille by the Venerable Meurig Williams, Archdeacon of France, 27th August 2017, the 11th Sunday after Trinity Matthew 16.13-20 Having a small home in the depths of La France Profonde, I find myself welcoming family and friends for summer holidays. […]
Sermon preached by the Archdeacon of France, the Venerable Meurig Williams at St Andrew’s, Pau, on Sunday 4th June 2017, being the Day of Pentecost Pentecost is precisely what it says on the tin. It is the fiftieth day: the fiftieth day after Easter. Today we bring our Easter celebrations to […]
A couple of weeks ago, I visited our largest ‘parish’ in France (it’s actually about the size of my native Wales) to do something I had never done before which was to license a Reader, in this instance Michael Torne. It was a wonderful 48 hours and I especially appreciated […]
A Sermon preached by the Archdeacon of France in the Church of St Pierre, La Chapelle Palluau, Vendée on Sunday 4th March 2017, being the First Sunday of Lent If I say the word ‘wilderness’, what picture comes into your mind? Maybe it evokes images of vast, inhospitable tracts of […]
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