The main mission of the Pastoral Service of the National Council of Evangelicals of France (CNEF) to the Parliamentarians (SPP) is to ensure a Christian presence, to be a witness to the elected representatives, politicians and French opinion leaders and to represent to them the interests, values and positions taken by evangelical churches and associations who are members of CNEF.
Thierry Le Gall, pastor and director of the Pastoral Service of the CNEF to Parliamentarians (SPP), assures a Christian presence to the political leaders who desire it. He provides spiritual assistance to people in moments when it is important to benefit from personal and confidential support. He offers his services to the parliamentarians of the National Assembly and the Senate, their collaborators and various actors in French politics.
The Director of the CNEF Pastoral Service to Parliamentarians collaborates with Evangelical Protestant national associations: Open Doors – Protestant Family Associations – Protestant Evangelical Ethics Committee, Mutual Aid and Liaison Service, Micah Challenge, etc.
He works in coordination with its counterparts in the European and World Evangelical Alliance and the permanent representative of the Evangelicals at the UN Human Rights Office in Geneva.
AFP – Family Protestant Associations
CPDH – Protestant Committee for Human Dignity
SEL – Mutual Aid and Liaison Service
The Director of the SPP helps to communicate the national positions of the CNEF to the politicians he meets. In collaboration with evangelical experts, he also conducts research on secularism, societal facts and ethics in order to communicate the results to the elected representatives. He raises awareness with political actors on the difficulties encountered by evangelicals. He develops the visibility of the “CNEF Solidarity” which works to fight against exclusion throughout the territories of France.