The worship service
Sunday at 11am at Châtelaillon-Plage, Centre Beauséjour, 2nd floor, room Jacques Cartier.
Ordre of service
Payable to "Temple Protestant de Châtelaillon".
Widows and orphans in Ngaba, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Cap-Haïtien and Port-au-Prince Haiti.
Every Sunday after the worship service at the presbytery, 24, rue Brissaud.
Through Jesus, let us constantly present to God our worship as a sacrifice, as an offering from lips which celebrate His name. Do not forget to do good and to help one another in brotherly love, because with such sacrifices God is pleased.
Bible study and prayer
The prayer groups and Bible studies take place during the week. The Bible studies are an opportunity to ask more questions about the Bible and to discuss it in a group with the pastor. The times are announced each Sunday, but please contact us about them if you need to.
Borrowing and buying books
A stall where protestant literature can be bought is open every Sunday before and after the worship service, with works in French and in English. Some of the works in English may be borrowed (Acts 2.43-47).
Our mission is to establish the local church, and to train disciples to plant other churches in Europe. In view of its dechristianisation, the European continent has become a mission field. Elsewhere, it is also our mission to evangelise and to teach in the francophone countries of Africa and Haiti (Mathieu 28.18-20). The mission in French-speaking Africa is to write Christian literature for the training of pastors and leaders.
It is notable that the Democratic Republic of Congo alone has more than 250,000 pastors. It is equally our mission to organise conferences as well as pastoral and theological training.
Preaching against the false prosperity gospel, Radio / Télé Lumière, Gonaives, Haiti, November 2018
According to our means, we come first of all to the aid of the most impoverished among us and in our local community when pressing needs arise (Matthew 25).
Furthermore, we come to the aid of the most impoverished people in the developing countries in which we are involved. The pastor has made eleven trips to Kinshasa over the past ten years, and has been several times to other French-speaking countries in Africa (Ivory Coast, Benin, Central African Republic), and to Haiti.
At present, our assembly assists principally a group of widows and orphans in Ngaba, Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and several missions in Haiti. Different educational or medical aid programmes, as well as schemes designed to help develop artisinal skills, have been undertaken in Kinshasa.