Anglican websites

(United Kingdom and within the Diocese in Europe)

Click on the picture to be taken to the official  Church of England website
Clicking on the picture will take you to the official website of the worldwide Anglican Communion containing news and information about the life and ministry of our Anglican/Episcopal family of Churches in more than 165 countries. 
In July 1980, the Diocese in Europe became the 44th Diocese of the Church of England, bringing together churches and congregations spread across 42 countries on 3 continents, and covering one sixth of the earth’s land surface. For further information, please click on the picture.
Clicking on the image to the right will take you to  The website for the Archdeaconry of France. The site contains information on the 85 Anglican congregations in France. Whether you are moving to France to live and work, looking for a place to worship when on holiday, or have lived here for some time and want to explore the Christian faith, this website will provide you with some of the answers.
Anglican Communion Environmental Network is Network for those who care for God’s creation Anglicans and Episcopalians worldwide have long been concerned with environmental issues.
Chaplaincy of Midi-Pyrénées and Aude. The Church of England  in the Midi-Pyrénées and Aude covers an area from the Aveyron to the Aude and from the Lot into Tarn and Garonne, including the Tarn, Haute Garonne and Ariège. There has been an Anglican presence in this part of France since the early 1960's. In the last five decades this has developed into the present day Chaplaincy with seven worship centres and a large ministry team. For further information, please click on the picture.
St Michael’s, is currently the only Anglican Church in the Gard. The congregation was born in the summer of 2006 and was formally adopted into the Diocese of Europe in 2007. Their base is the Protestant Temple in Bagard but services are also held at other locations.  For further information, please click on the picture.
St. Paul's. the Anglican Church in Monaco,is home to a dynamic community of English speaking Christians representing a variety of Christian cultural backgrounds. There has been an English church here since 1888.