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Worshipping in church and at home

Neuchâtel English Church is an Anglican Church which welcomes all nationalities and denominations, worshipping together to support and deepen our walk with Jesus and shine the light of Christ in the world.

We have fixed monthly services of Holy Communion at our premises at Poudrières 21, Neuchâtel – last wednesday of every month at 6pm.

Our next service is Ash Wednesday – February 22nd at 6pm

They will be conducted by either Revd Helen Marshall or her husband David from St Ursula’s in Berne. We do hope you will be able to attend. Please spread the word and bring along your friends and family. If you require a lift please let us know.

Our monthly bible studies continue, usually taking place at 2pm on the 2nd Tuesday of every month:
February 14th
March 14th
April 18th
May 9th
June 13th

The dates may change from time to time so please keep in contact so we can update you with any changes (neuchatelenglishchurch@gmail.com)

Please turn to the page of Upcoming Events to keep up to date with our church activities.

Hoping to see you soon !

Please click here for online services from other Anglican churches in Switzerland or read through the relevant pages on this website.

We also have a very successful Zoom coffee & informal chat group – everyone is very welcome! – on the 2nd Monday of each month from 9.30-10.30.

Neuchâtel English Church aims to support the English speaking Christian community in worship and fellowship.  The purpose of our church is to continue to provide a biblical bedrock of faith in Neuchâtel.

Whether you are just settling in Neuchâtel, have been here for a while, or are part of the expat community, we welcome you with open arms!

Our Aims
We seek to reach out with the love of God, to help people find and grow in their faith in Jesus Christ.  We welcome all who wish to worship in the name of Jesus Christ, and all who are looking for meaning in their life.

We work together to demonstrate God’s love and mercy, and to be a church whose love for God, and for each other shines out in the wider community !

Our Means

We offer regular worship and prayer, as well as continued growth, spiritual development, and training for all members with Bible study and Training courses.

2nd Sunday of the month, 10am, Service of the Word

4th Sunday of the month, 5pm, Holy Communion

Rue de Poudrières 21
Neuchatel, 2000
Click here for maps and practical information

Join us for regular debates and discussions on contemporary problems.

Study Groups / Prayer groups

Bible study and prayer groups are held regularly.

For more details about these, and for prayer support or requests, please email: neuchatelenglishchurch@gmail.com

Prayer requests are dealt with in strictest confidence unless otherwise indicated.  If you would like the wider church body to be praying beside you or for you, please let us know.

Teaching days

Teaching days are arranged periodically.  These are great opportunities to come together in fellowship and deepen our faith and increase our awareness of the Lord’s purpose and plan.

Children and safequarding

“let the children come to me and do not stop them, because the Kingdom of God belongs to such as these” (Luke 18:17).  

We welcome families, children and young adults of all ages.

We adhere to the Anglican policy and protocol on the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults of the Diocese of Europe.


Social Fund Raising Evenings
As a Church we support many local and international charities through both tithing and special events.
Below is a picture of a Greek night held to raise money for a hostel in Athens for unaccompanied child refugees.
Recently we organized a soup meal for the Bishop’s Lenten Appeal, which raised 400Chf for work done in Calais by the churches, once again  amongst under-age refugees.

We also continue to support our friend Beryl Baker, a nurse/missionary in her clinic in Paraguay, working among the Chaco Indians.  Our collections at Christmas, Harvest Festival and its accompanying auction of produce are vital for her ongoing work.

About Us

Please click here to find out more about us.


A service of Holy Communion is usually held on the last Wednesdays of the month at 6pm.  For the months of April and May however, due to clashing schedules the services will be held on the first Wednesday of the month.  Practical infomation can be found here.

Next service dates:
Weds 5th April
Weds 3rd May

at Rue des Poudrières 21