Where to find Us

10h30 Sunday mornings
Eglise des Dominicains
41 Blvd de la Victoire, Strasbourg

Who We Are

We are people, not a building.
Many have English as our first language, for others it is the second or third.
Many of us are European or North American, many are African. Others are from Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
Some of us are here for a short time, others have been here for 30 years.
Our church belongs to the Anglican Communion but we are from many different Christian backgrounds and this is reflected in our worship.
Some of us are retired, others are not yet walking. Some of us are refugees, some are expatriates, others were born here. Some of us have families, others are here on their own.
We have all found a home in this church.


Since Sunday 7 June we are able to celebrate the Holy Eucharist again at the Church of the Dominicans on Sundays at 10h30. We need to allow sufficient time to sanitize and aerate the church after our service. Various precautionary measures should ensure the safety of everyone. Remember to bring your mask!

Dès dimanche le 7 juin nous reprenons nos services physiques à l'église des Dominicains à 10.30. Plusieurs mesures de précaution ont été mises en place pour mieux assurer la sécurité de tous. N'oubliez pas d'apporter votre masque !

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Recent Posts

He’s made it! – Frederick completes his walking challenge for ACAS

Sunday 5 July: the supporters have assembled with masks and plenty of social distance, the barbecue is fired up, Nigel and Bill’s cameras and microphones are at the ready and the hero of the hour, Frederick William-Smith, embarks on his 89th lap around his house with his walker.

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Frederick’s Walk for ACAS

On 2nd June, the day after Pentecost, Frederick started on his 90-lap walk around the perimeter of his house in order to raise money for St. Alban’s charitable wing, ACAS.  In a short ceremony he was sent on his way by St. Alban’s priest Mark Barwick and other enthusiastic…