The purpose of our church is to continue to provide a bedrock of attractive and growing fellowship in English 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!
We seek to reach out with the love of God, to help people find faith in Jesus Christ and to grow in their faith. We welcome all who wish to worship with us 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 to everyone we meet, and to be a church whose love for God, and for each other, shines out in the wider English-speaking community !
We offer regular worship and prayer, as well as continued growth, spiritual development, and training of all members with Bible study and Training courses. Join us for regular debates and discussions on contemporary problems.
Study groups on Bible topics are regularly held. This Spring, our Live Lent course was well attended. For more details about times and locations of future study groups, please email: email@example.com
Our prayer group, led by Rev. Ken Kvistad, meets regularly, and all are welcome.
Prayer changes things so even if you only have a few minutes, please drop in and join us. Please make any prayer requests known via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prayer requests will be dealt with in strictest confidence unless otherwise indicated, so if you would like the wider church body to be praying beside you or for you, please let us know.
Teaching days, sometimes a weekend away, are arranged once or twice a year. It is a great opportunity to come together in fellowship and deepen our awareness of the Lord’s purpose and plan.
Jesus called the children to him and said “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.
Safeguarding Policy We adhere to the Anglican policy and protocol on the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults of the Diocese of Europe.
We are part of the Anglican diocese and linked with All Saints Church, Vevey in Canton Vaud.
Our very close Anglican Church friends in Biel/Bienne
St Ursula’s Berne is another English-speaking Church in Canton Berne.
Christ Church Lausanne is another English-speaking Church in Canton Vaud.
The Diocese in Europe is the parent Diocese for Switzerland.
The Intercontinental Church Society is established to advance the Christian gospel by evangelical mission and ministry to English-speaking people throughout Europe and the world.
The Swiss Reformed Church of Neuchatel whose Chapel at La Coudre we gratefully use for our Sunday services