IMPACT FRANCE PARTNERS PAGES
Impact France Partners’ Giving Pages
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AECM – Alliance des Églises Chrétiennes Missionnaires de France (Christian Missionary Alliance of France)
Trinity International Church of Paris
Trinity International Church of Paris is a multi-cultural family of believers committed to helping people follow Jesus Christ for the good of the world and for the glory of God. With individuals and families coming together from over 36 different nations, Trinity is a testament to how being part of the body of Christ transcends culture, education, language, social circles and more. In light of this, our prayer is to carry out the commission of disciple-making and to impact the city of Paris in a unique and God-glorifying way. Trinity is a member of the Christian & Missionary Alliance (C&MA) and the Alliance des Églises Chrétiennes Missionnaires de France (AECMF).
Mally McLoughlin at Trinity Paris
Working alongside the Christian and Missionary Alliance in Paris, Malcolm’s work as an associate pastor and evangelist at Trinity International Church depends on people like you. Malcolm’s deepest desire is to see people know the transformative power of a life lived for Jesus. Please take a moment to consider partnering with his work.
Trinity International Church of Strasbourg
Our church is a member of the Christian and Missionary Alliance and a member of the Fédération Evangélique de France. The vision of TICOS is being Transformed In Christ fOr Service. We want everyone who comes to TICOS to be transformed and develop a heart for:
- Discovering a dynamic personal relationship with Jesus Christ
- Knowing and practicing God’s Word
- Welcoming and serving others in a multicultural community
- Sharing God’s good news throughout the world
Alliance des Eglises Evangéliques Interdépendantes (AEEI)
Agapé France (CRU in France)
General Support for the Alpha Course in France
The Alpha Course in France reaches hundreds of thousands of non-believers each year with the message of Jesus Christ.
Assemblées de Dieu (Assemblies of God of France)
Eglise Lille Métropole (Assemblies of God Church in Lille) is expanding its building in order to accommodate for future growth. This project allows you to give towards this building project to further the impact of the Gospel in Lille.
Sam and Summer Balverde
Sam and Summer Balverde currently serve at the ADD Church in Lille.
Union Evangélique d’Eglises Baptistes de Langue Française (Association Baptiste)
Eglise Evangélique at Mée-sur-Seine
After 40 years of growth and 3 church plants (Veneux-les-Sablons, Moissy Cramayel and Marolles sur Seine) in a region of 110,000 inhabitants, we need to move into a larger church. Our current building was built in the 1980s in the then new town of Melun-Senart and can only hold 150 people. The Lord is bringing tremendous growth year after year and we need to act before our building becomes an obstacle to this growth! Thank you for supporting this flourishing work in Melun!
Support for BMS Consulting
BMS Consultants is dedicated to helping and supporting people and organizations in their transformation process. Using solutions based on the concepts of well-being, balance, efficiency and talent/potential development, BMS Consultants contributes to the establishment and development of leaders in French-speaking countries.
CAEF – Communautés et Assemblées Evangéliques de France
Eglise Protestante de Hem
Eglise Protestante de Hem is the only protestant church in the town of Hem, France, population 19,000. The vision of Hem church is to be a community who welcomes everyone and proclaims the Gospel of grace and salvation to all. Our two priorities are to be a place where God is worshipped and honored and to equip Christians to manifest the Kingdom of God in everyday life. We want to be a light to this community and the other communities east of Lille, that have no Protestant churches either. We seek to be an active organization in the town of Hem, like running a community kids club (primary school age) and a youth group (young teens).
Nicolas and Molly Bernhard
Molly and Nicolas are working with university students in Clermont-Ferrand, in the middle of France. In September 2012, they started a student ministry there called the «FEU». The goals of this ministry: love students, give them the opportunity to discover the Bible and Jesus, help them grow in their relationship with Jesus and help them to get involved in a local church.
Aurélien and Chloe Lang
Aurelien and Chloe serve in a student ministry called the Foyer Evangélique Universitaire in Grenoble (French Alps). He is trying to complete his Masters degree at the Faculty Jean Calvin in Aix-en-Provence. Aurelien serves also as a volunteer for the Gospel Coalition’s French website.
Darrin and Nanette Roetman
Darrin and Nanette are working with the local church in evangelism and outreach.
Christophe and Katherine Savage
Christophe Savage is a native Frenchman whose life was radically changed when he met the Lord at the age of 24. He met his wife, Katherine, who is from Great Britain, while training at a French Bible school. After serving in the Middle East they felt the call to come back to France to do church planting in Hem. Hem is located about 150 miles from Paris in the Lille area. In this area there are about 1.2 million people, over 150 000 students, and a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds. The Lille area counts about 40 evangelical churches, i.e. one for every 30 000 people. There is room for many more!
Jonathan Spencer is lead Pastor of a French church planting team in the downtown of Toulouse, one of France’s fastest growing cities, home to 100,000 students and headquarters of Airbus/EADS. Under 0,5% of the city’s population attends an French-speaking evangelical church on a Sunday, and the city center is disproportionately under-evangelized.
Comité Protestant Evangélique pour la Dignité Humaine
Conseil National des Evangéliques de France
Support for the SPP (Service Pastoral auprès des Parlementaires)
Support for Thierry Le Gall and his work at the Service Pastoral auprès des Parlementaires.
Eclat de Soi
Support for Eclat de Soi
Eclat de Soi is a ministry that shares the love of God to women and families throughout France.
Ecole Jean Calvin
Faculté Libre de Théologie Evangélique à Vaux-sur-Seine
Fédération des Eglises Evangéliques Baptistes de France (FEEBF)
Foyer Evangélique Universitaire at Clermont Ferrand (FEU)
Aix-les-Bains Church Plant
The church has become really fruitful in terms of discipleship and witnessing. Discipleship groups are starting here and there, and we can see that the small groups have a really important role in and through the of the participants. Because of those small groups, more people of Aix-les-Bains have the opportunity to see the testimony that the church gives to the community.
Eglise M9 is a church plant in Montreuil, a very urban close surburb of Paris, to which it is connected by the line 9 of the metro. It shares the vision of Eglise de la Brie with which they merged into one single multi-site church: Reactif. They have the same identity, same pastoral team, and share resources. M9 intends to build environments that are open to today’s world, making the steps toward church and God as smooth as possible, strongly centering on relationships.
Today’s activities are: a monthly family environment (in an rented space), small groups for adults, and a monthly teen environment. In the mid-term, we intend to move toward celebrations for which the renting of a building will be the main financial challenge.
Benoît and Rachel Jeanson
Rachel and Benoît are leading a church plant “Eglise M9”, which is in the close suburb of Paris and which started in 2013. It shares the vision of Eglise de la Brie with which they merged into one single multi-site church: Reactif. They have the same identity, same pastoral team, and share resources.
Rachel and Benoît have 4 daughters, and Benoît – working for the French power company – is decreasing his corporate job to be able to dedicate more time to the church.
Lorenzo and Marie-Alice Monge
Lorenzo and Marie-Alice have been in ministry for over 20 years. They started as youth director and leader and, 6 years ago started Eglise de la Brie in their living room southeast of Paris. Eglise de la Brie was started for the 95% of French people who don’t like church but don’t have a major problem with God as even the most atheistic Frenchman will have some ideas (bad ones) about “church.”
Nolan and Kristin Isaac
Nolan and Kristin are a vital part of the Eglise de la Brie – leading in music, children’s ministries, and administratively.
Gerard and Anne Chalvet
Gerard and Anne Chalvet assist the assemblies in the Grenoble area through preaching, teaching, pastoral ministries and discipleship.
Philippe & Ilka Fauveau helped plant the Télégraphe Church 35 years ago. The motto of Télégraphe Church is: Love God, Love the Church, Love the lost. There are over 20 nationalities that attend – about half are French.
Some of their activities are:
- literacy classes for immigrant women
- after-school homework help for children in the neighborhood
- regular involvement in a Christian homeless shelter
Today there are about 100 people at worship service on Sundays and there is a building project underway to expand.
France Pour Christ
Jeannot Gauggel has a background in education. He started his ministry as a church planter and the director of a vacation resort in France. For 25 years, he was the president of Vilodec, the Christian youth organization managing these resorts. He has been the director of France Pour Christ (FPC) since 2007.
In 2010, Jeannot and the team at FPC launched the project 50-40/20 – representing the number of missionaries (50) and co-workers (40) that FPC needs before 2020 in order to increase their effectiveness in integrating youth workers into church plants. FPC is participating in the national initiative to establish 1 church for every 10,000 inhabitants. This standard allows for the hope that all the inhabitants of a region would have the opportunity to hear the Gospel at least one time. The needs of the region where France Pour Christ is working (the northeast of France) are immense – 750 church plants are needed! Thank you in advance for your support!
Groupes Bibliques Universitaires
Groupes Bibliques Universitaires
The GBU (Groupes Bibliques Universitaires) is a student organization. Their goal is to put students in contact with the Bible and the Christian faith so that they can either discover them, or grow in their understanding of them.
Institut Biblique à Nogent-sur-Marne (IBN)
General Support for IBN
“All of Christ in all of the Bible for all of the World!” The Institut Biblique à Nogent-sur-Marne is the oldest Bible institute in France. Founded in 1921 by Ruben and Jeanne Saillens, they accept students from any denomination that agrees with the full inspiration of all the Bible.
Institut de Théologie Evangélique Appliqué
Ministry to Muslims in France
Since 2009, Agapé Mosaïque has spread the good news of faith in Jesus Christ among Muslims in France in partnership with movements and churches that are of the Evangelical-Protestant confession and more simply, those who call themselves disciples of Christ.
Eclat de Soi
Eclat de Soi works among Muslim women and the refugees in France to show them how beautiful they are in the eyes of God.
A highly effective and unique ministry among the surfing and seaside residents of Hossegor France – a popular surfing destination on the Atlantic Coast. A video explaining more of their work is on their website at www.surfchurch.com
Master’s Commission Auch
Master’s Commission is a one year discipleship program for young adults between the age of 18 and 30 years old. Young people who have chosen to enter the Master’s Commission are choosing to dedicate one year of their lives in full-time service and discipleship. Master’s Commission serves the church, the families and the city of Auch and is definitely a life changing experience. Support their VAN project here!
Motivé par l’Essentiel
Support Motivé par l’Essentiel
The Purpose Driven (Motivé par l’essentiel) process is a healthy model that helps a church to be in good health et to live out the purposes of God in a balanced way. This process will enable the leaders to have a unique and biblical approach that will help them to transform et maintain a growing church in a balanced way as well as in numbers as in spiritual depth. The five purposes of a healthy church are based on the Great Commandment and the Great Commission, which imply worship, fellowship, maturity, ministry and evangelism the same way as Jesus lived it out.
Eric and Muriel Célérier
Eric launched TopChretien.com in 1999, an Internet portal for Christians, which now receives more than 1 million visits every month. He is also the founder of ConnaitreDieu.com (KnowingGod.net), an interactive journey of the Christian faith for non-Christians, which now exists in 25 languages. These websites are part of a global movement called Jesus.net that Eric co-founded with a Dutch partner.
Malia is currently serving in a medium-sized church in Toulouse where she accompanies the young women in the church. She is passionate about discipleship and hopes to strengthen these young women in becoming true disciples of Jesus Christ who desire to disciple others in the church and share their faith with those outside of the church. She also teaches English to middle school and university students with a team from the church in the hopes to expose them to the Christian faith.