Services in Holy Week and at Easter

Services will be held at the Dominican Church, 41 blvd de la Victoire,

unless otherwise indicated.

Those wishing to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) in preparation for Easter may contact the Chaplaincy Office (03 69 57 40 03)  to arrange a time to meet.

Ceux qui souhaitent célébrer le Sacrement de Réconciliation (Confession) en préparation pour Pâques peuvent contacter l’Aumônerie (03 69 57 40 03) pour arranger un moment pour se rencontrer.

Palm Sunday, April 14th, 10h30:                       

Palm Sunday Liturgy and Holy Eucharist.

Monday in Holy Week, April 15th ,19h00:

Holy Eucharist and reflection chez Naveed and Victoria Jacob, 5, rue de Wallonie, 67000 Strasbourg.

Tuesday in Holy Week, April 16th, 19h00:

Holy Eucharist and reflection chez Eila Walker, 21 rue Auguste Himly, 67000 Strasbourg.

Wednesday in Holy Week, April 17th, 18h30:

Sainte Eucharistie et réflexion chez Jeanne et Richard Razafindratsima,

19, rue Vauban, 67000 Strasbourg.

Maundy Thursday / Jeudi Saint, April 18th, 19h00:

 Liturgy and Holy Communion, Chapelle Protestante de l’Hôpital Civil, Porte de l’Hôpital, Strasbourg.

Good Friday / Vendredi Saint, April 19th

13h00 – 14h30 Liturgy

15h00 Chemin de la Croix avec la communauté dominicaine

Easter Day / Jour de Pâques, April 21st, 10h45:

Holy Eucharist / Sainte Eucharistie

Lunch at 12 avenue de la Forêt-Noire.


Bishop’s Lent Appeal 2019

Mental Health and Livelihoods Support for the Vulnerable in Greece.

In July 2018, the resort village of Mati witnessed Greece’s worst ever forest fires. The death toll reached 100, over 200 people injured, and over 700 evacuated from their homes.  To these numbers, we should add the number suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other psychological after-effects.

An Athens-based organisation called Hestia Hellas is providing a vulnerable community with sustainable tools and a skill set necessary to participate in daily life and thrive in times of difficulties. Greece is facing multiple challenges including an economic crisis, an influx of refugees and migrants and the devastating fires that have deprived many families from housing and jobs.  Hestia Hellas is dedicated to offering psycho-social support services, Child Friendly Space, jobs and life skills support, and food distribution to those in need.

Please do consider how you can support my appeal. You can give money to this appeal through your church treasurer, who will forward money to the diocesan office.

+ Robert Gibraltar in Europe