Council of English Speaking Community in Paris
More Information About Member Organizations
American Aid Society
07 69 74 31 97
Assistance and advice for Americans in need in France since 1922
American Catholic Women's Organization (ACWO)
c/o Saint Joseph's Church
50 avenue Hoche
The American Catholic Women's Organization is a service and social club. Members meet several times a month for lunch, coffee, bridge games, book discussions or visits to museums and religious sites of interest. Several members volunteer weekly at a soup kitchen and the club makes regular contributions to charitable causes. ACWO welcomes women of all faiths and nationalities.
American Center for Art and Culture
34, avenue de New York, 75116 Paris.
(+33) 01 47 23 38 88
The American Center’s mission is to actively engage French and international audiences in a compelling dialogue with American art and culture of the 20th and 21st centuries. We fulfill this mission through yearly cultural programming and an annual exhibition, in a magnificent 19th century private mansion on avenue de New York in Paris, across from the Eiffel tower.
Creativity, inclusion, diversity and accessibility are the keywords guiding our actions. As an independent arts organization, we establish partnerships with cultural institutions in the Paris region and the U.S., as well as with private American and French funders. All contribute to our greater mission of furthering Franco-American dialogue through the arts.
American Church in Paris
65 quai d'Orsay
01 40 62 05 00
Begun in 1814, the American Church in Paris was the first American church established on foreign soil. From the beginning, the American Church has been interdenominational. Throughout its history, the church has served not only the expatriate American community, but a wide variety of English-speaking people from different countries and denominational backgrounds.
On any given Sunday, there are 40-50+ different nationalities represented. We are a community of faith that celebrates diversity – theologically, generationally, racially, and culturally. People of all ethnicities, economic situations, genders and sexual orientations are welcome at ACP.The American Church is a community center as well, providing space and resources for a variety of activities and groups. Two bilingual nursery schools, a variety of "twelve step" recovery groups, aerobic classes, basketball leagues, a free concert series, an "Ad Board" for housing and job opportunities, and many more community-based services are housed in the building under the auspices of a non-profit association, the Franco-American Community Center in Paris.
American Childrens Theatre (ACT)
Locations in the 7th, 8th and Western Suburbs
American Childrens Theatre is a theater company in English for children. We offer classes during the school year, camps (stages) during most school vacations and during the summer, as well as occasional specialized workshops. We do a little singing, a little dancing, a little clowning, a little silliness, and have a lot of fun! We only use material that has positive values and messages. A highlight of our Fall and Spring sessions is performing in a professional theater here in Paris! The children get to experience the thrill of a real stage performance with lights, sound, some special effects and a full audience! We can also bring our program into schools, birthday parties, and more!
American Library in Paris
The American Library in Paris was established in 1920 under the auspices of the American Library Association with a core collection of books and periodicals donated by American libraries to United States armed forces personnel serving their allies in World War I. The Library has grown since then into the largest English-language lending library on the European continent. It operates as a non-profit cultural association in France incorporated under the laws of Delaware.
American Musical Theater Live! in Paris
AMT Live! is a French non-profit association (loi 1901) located in Paris, France.The mission of our organization is to create musical theatre performances, educational opportunities, and community outreach programs for international artists, fostering cultural exchange and development of the whole artist. We offer ongoing classes, masterclasses and creativity classes. Scholarships available. See our website - monthly community outreach includes Open mic soirées and special concerts by our professional troupe. Check our website - we create special programs for any occasion or project.
American School of Paris
41 rue Pasteur
92210 St Cloud
01 41 12 82 82 Web www.asparis.org
The American School of Paris offers to children ages 3 - 18 from all over the world an academic program based on the American model of education. Approximately one third of the families are American, with an additional 60 nationalities represented in the school. ASP is committed to the development and education of the whole child — encouraging each individual's intellectual, ethical, aesthetic and physical growth. The school is located on its own spacious and secure campus on the edge of Paris, and is one of the few schools in Europe to offer a range of both IB and Advanced Placement (AP) courses. Instruction is in English, but all students study French, either as a first or second language.
American Women's Group in Paris (AWG)
01 42 73 36 74 Web www.awgparis.org
Classes, tours and social gatherings offer an opportunity for English speakers in Paris to experience and appreciate the many wonderful things France has to offer while making friends and having fun. Membership in the AWG is open to all English speaking women.
Association of American Residents Overseas (AARO)
4 rue de Chevreuse
01 47 20 24 15
The Association of Americans Resident Overseas (AARO), founded in 1973 and headquartered in Paris, is an international, non-partisan, volunteer-based association with members in 46 countries. It researches issues that significantly affect the lives of overseas Americans and keeps its members informed on those issues. We have played an important role in enabling overseas Americans to freely exercise their right to vote. We have also helped to improve and protect citizenship rights for children and grandchildren born overseas to Americans living abroad. AARO has worked to change laws and policies to ensure that Americans abroad receive the same benefits and protection as citizens in the U.S.
Association of American Women in Europe (AAWE)
34 avenue de New York
01 40 70 11 80
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or www.aaweparis.org/aawe-welcomes-you
Founded sixty years ago, the AAWE has some 500 members, primarily American women living permanently in France and enjoying our bicultural lives. We support American women and their families through cultural, educational, social and outreach activities. We offer activities for all stages of life, both personally and professionally. AAWE fosters an environment that enables our members to create bonds, develop supportive networks and lifelong friendships.
2 avenue Gabriel
01 43 12 21 20
American Hospital of Paris
63 boulevard Victor Hugo
01 46 41 25 25 Web www.american-hospital.org
For more than a century, the mission of the American Hospital of Paris has been to bring together the best in French and American medical practice to provide high quality health care to members of the French, American, and international communities residing in France and abroad. Thanks to its advanced-technology equipment and the competence of its staff, the American Hospital of Paris offers all the advantages of a large medical center in a personalized setting.
Tel: +33 (0)3 44 74 97 87
Up to date information and resources for expats
living and working in Paris.
4 rue Jean Rey
01 40 59 35 01 Web http://france.embassy.gov.au/
BENENOVA Hands on Paris
Benenova develops concrete, short, punctual and collective voluntary actions / volunteer projects. Without a minimum commitment and according to their availability, volunteers can participate to better live together lives, with local people, in Paris, Nantes and Yvelines since 2013. Website in French, but actions welcome English speakers.
British Charitable Fund (BCP)
12 rue Barbčs
01 47 59 07 69 website britishcharitablefundparis.org
Our goal is to help our fellow countrymen and women who have come to live in France and find themselves, for whatever reason, in desperate need of financial support. We work with other British charities and welfare organisations working in France to relieve financial hardship. We may be asked to contribute to an aid package or to take on a case where they are unable to help.Confidentiality is respected at all times.
British and Commonwealth Women's Association (BCWA)
Activities include yoga, cartonnage, bridge, art, Mah Jong, crafts, French conversation, and Pilates. Talks are given monthly on a variety of subjects and from time to time special events are organised. BCWA members join in activities which take place in members’ homes or other locations in Paris. These include book discussions, patchwork and needlework, French/English conversation.
Membership is open to any woman who is herself, or who is married to, a British or Commonwealth citizen.
British Community Committee (BCC)
The committee co-ordinates the activities of British social, educational, sporting and other 1901 associations in France and Monaco, and acts on behalf of the British community on all official or social occasions of importance which do not come within the exclusive province of any particular British association.
Each British association is represented at the three quarterly meetings and the AGM by a delegate who then passes information on to the members of his association. There are also twenty one individual elected members, who are British people interested in the welfare of the community.
35 rue du Faubourg St Honoré
75383 Paris Cedex 08
01 44 51 32 81
British School of Paris
38 quai de l'Ecluse
01 34 80 45 94
Email email@example.com Founded in 1954 as the English School of Paris,
the school was acquired in 1980 by the non-profit Association for English Education in Paris.
35 avenue Montaigne
01 44 43 23 42
Collège Martin Luther King and Lycée
The Section Internationale Anglophone de Buc (SIAB) is a free bilingual school program based in Buc, a small town located near Versailles. The program caters to children from late primary level (4th/5th grade/CM1&CM2) to middle school Collège Martin Luther King and runs through to the end of high school (Terminale) Lycée Franco-Allemand, where students take the "Option Internationale du Baccalaureat" (OIB). 150 students are taught English and History by native English speakers but otherwise they are educated within the French State education system alongside Francophone children. The program includes a wide range of extracurricular activities such as an English drama club, student exchanges and trips abroad.
École Internationale Malherbe (EIM)
19 rue du 11 Novembre
78110 Le Vésinet
Established in 1990, EIM is located in Le Vésinet, west of Paris. École Internationale Malherbe is an English-speaking school with Montessori-based pre-school classes for ages 2-4 with an introduction to French through music. Primary classes for ages 5-11 follow the British curriculum in English and Maths in addition to six hours per week of French. EIM maintains a caring, family atmosphere with individual attention to needs in classes of less than 20 pupils.
English-Speaking Union Paris
01 45 67 92 41
Web www.esu.org Email firstname.lastname@example.org
To meet French or English-speaking people, to share with them cultural activities together with a pleasant dinner, join the English-Speaking Union Paris. ESU is a non-profit association with headquarters in London in a magnificent club house, Dartmouth House. There are 52 branches all over the world. The objective is friendship through the use of the English language.
Equipes Nouvelles de Volontaires (EnVol)
Is a 1901 association providing a team of fully bilingual English/French speakers to assist patients at the English-speaking consultations at the Hôpital Franco-Britannique, 3 rue Barbès in Levallois.
Due to the present circumstances, the service is temporarily suspended until further notice.
Emmanuel International Church
56 rue des Bons Raisins
01 47 51 29 63 Web www.eicparis.org
Established in 1963, Emmanuel Baptist Church has been a place of worship for the English-speaking community of Paris for forty years. Located in the western suburbs of the city, Emmanuel is easily reached by car or public transport. The church is affiliated with the European Baptist Convention, but its congregation includes people from a variety of denominational and religious backgrounds, a multi-ethnic and multi-national fellowship.
All are welcome to worship, work, and witness!
L'Ermitage International School
46 avenue Eglé
78600 Maisons Laffitte
01 39 62 04 02
Email see www.ermitage.fr/en/Contacting-Admissions
L'Hermitage is a successful bilingual primary and secondary school founded in 1941. Located in a beautiful western suburb of Paris, it includes a boarding section. The school caters for the needs of both local and international students, providing a wide range of courses. It offers French and British diplomas such as Baccalauréat, pre-IB IGCSE and Cambridge International A levels. There are currently 940 students on roll, of whom 105 are five-day boarders and 14 seven-day boarders. Students take part in regular exchanges (Europe , USA , Asia), cultural trips, sporting competitions, performing arts and also participate in international conferences and community service projects.
Federation of American Women's Clubs Overseas (FAWCO)
The Federation of American Women's Clubs Overseas Inc. is an international network of 75 independent clubs – 4 of them in France – with a combined membership of over 15,000 women in 40 countries worldwide. It serves as a support network for American women living and working abroad and is particularly active in the fields of US citizens' concerns, education, environmental protection, and women's and children's rights.
Forest International School
28 rue du Tour de l'Échelle du Mur de la Forêt
01 39 16 87 35 / 08 72 39 82 36
Forest International School offers children aged between 2 and 9 a stimulating education in English, with an introduction to French. The school is situated on the edge of the forest of Marly, in a large house with light, sunny classrooms. In the grounds there is a large natural garden with a playground, a swimming pool and an organic vegetable patch.
Gifted in France (GiF)
Web giftedinfrance.org / francebrainbee.org,
Email email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
GiF is an anglophone support group for parents of gifted and talented children living in France. The group was created to help parents, caretakers, educators, mental health professionals and community leaders understand the educational,emotional and social needs of gifted children and twice-exceptional children.
GiF works with like-minded organizations at home and abroad to improve and exchange information, to dispel common myths about the gifted, organize conferences and workshops and participate in community programs to attract talented children from widely varied backgrounds. In addition to member workshops and meetings, GiF organizes the annual Paris Spelling Bee and the France Brain Bee for children in the greater Paris area.
Holy Trinity Church
15 avenue Carnot
01 39 62 34 97
Holy Trinity is an Anglican Church, in communion with the Church of England, the Episcopal Church of the United States, and Anglicans throughout the world. It is mainly English-speaking, but there are French-speakers as well as other nationalities from around the world. Any Christian from whichever denomination is most welcome here, and is welcome to receive Holy Communion. The church is part of the Anglican Diocese in Europe.
HOPITAL FRANCO-BRITANNIQUE GCS IHFB - COGNAC- JAY
IHFB has two sites in Levallois-Perret
4 rue Kléber
01 47 59 59 59
At the the rue Kléber site, Accident and Emergency department for adults and children, general medicine, orthopaedic & digestive surgery, cancer treatment, rheumatology, medical imaging and laboratory.
3 rue Barbès
01 46 39 22 22
At the rue Barbès site Specialised centre for women, mothers and children, with a maternity unit and gynaecology, obstetric, paediatric and neo-natal departments,
including gynaecological emergencies.
INSPIRELLE is an award-winning website and volunteer-based association on a mission to INSPIRE, CONNECT and EMPOWER women with a French touch. Whether you’re new to Paris, a native, or just passing through, INSPIRELLE is the one-stop resource to help you survive and thrive in Paris. You’ll feel right at home amongst our diverse community of international women who share a love for France and who support and advocate for each other.
International Counseling Service (ICS)
01 45 50 26 49 Web icsparis.com.
ICS is a professional psychological and mental health service for the English speaking community in and around Paris. ICS, founded in 1979, is a multidisciplinary professional team composed of clinical and counseling psychologists and social workers. We work with individuals, couples, families and groups across the age span. Most ICS members are bilingual. ICS provides psychological, educational and mental health assistance to the community. Our goal at ICS is to help people explore and resolve problems that are making life less satisfying, by assessment and referrals as necessary. ICS also offers support and assistance for the professional community, through emergency consultation, supervision, conferences and networking.
01 47 01 01 91
This active amateur anglophone theatre group, based in Le Pecq and St-Germain-en-Laye, puts on two shows a year with a wide range of productions: musical comedies, plays, pantomimes, revues. Recent productions include My Fair Lady, Oliver!, Into the Woods, an original musical play Unspeakable, The Pirates of Penzance and Sleeping Beauty.
There are over 60 members of all ages and various nationalities. They welcome new members every year from Paris and the western suburbs. If you are interested in any aspect of the theatre, visit the website for up-to-date information, and news of productions and auditions.
International School of Paris
6 rue Beethoven
01 42 24 09 54
See Contact page ISP is a school offering a high-quality education through the medium of English to students from the ages of 4 to 18. It is the first school in France to offer a full school curriculum authorised by the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IB). This is comprised of the IB Primary Years Programme, the Middle Years Programme and the IB Diploma.
Irish Cultural Centre
5 rue des Irlandais
01 58 52 10 30
The brief of the Centre Culturel Irlandais is to show a wide range of art forms, including visual art, film, literature and music. Accommodation for 45 people benefitting from time spent in Paris – students, artists, writers – gives the Centre Culturel Irlandais a unique opportunity to develop a vibrant community where exchange and dialogue are part of daily life.
4 rue Rude
75116 Paris 01 44 17 67 00 Web embassyofireland.fr/
Kehilat Gesher Synagogue
Progressive (Reform + Conservative) Jewish Congregation
01 39 21 97 19 Web http://www.kehilatgesher.org
Kehilat Gesher, a community of around 150 families, is the only French Anglophone synagogue serving the greater Paris area, with locations in the 17th and St Germain en Laye. It is a community founded on the desire of its members to bridge the gaps between the French and English speaking nationalities, the Sefardi and Ashkenazi Jewish cultures, and the conditions of modern secular lives and inter-connection to the traditional Jewish spiritual heritage.
La Société des Fontaines Wallace
Society of the Wallace Fountains
The Society of the Wallace Fountains is an International, non-profit organization registered in France. Its purpose is education and information. The mission of the Society is to promote, preserve and protect the historic Wallace Fountains of Paris and their heritage, and to recognize and encourage international partnerships for the common good between individuals with private wealth and public or non-profit organizations. The organization offers a comprehensive bilingual website and a guidebook with 21 self-guided walks to discover the 103 Wallace Fountains in Paris. Presentations in English and French about Sir Richard Wallace and His Fountains are offered to groups and organizations.
Lion's Club Yevelines Heraldic
La Criée Chambourcy
RN 13, 7 rue Camille Blanc,
LCYH (Lions Club Yvelines Heraldic) is the only English-speaking
Lions club in France. We are a young club, founded in 2013, with a membership of cultural diversity. A sense of fun, and a predominant use of the English language are its fundamental characteristics as well as and of most importance; LCYH's activity is 100% focused on charitable support. Our primary targets are charities that provide support to disadvantaged children – in France and other countries around the world. Our challenge is to use our initiative and ingenuity to design, build and execute fun fun-draising projects that capture the attention and support of the local community, corporate, private sponsors and donors. We meet every 2nd Wednesday of the month,
except July and August.
Marymount International School
72 boulevard de la Saussaye
01 46 24 9325
Web www.marymount.fr Email email@example.com
Founded in 1923, Marymount International School, Paris is an international, private, Catholic, co-educational school offering a standards-based curriculum to students of all faiths, aged 2 to 14 years. It is is accredited through the Middle States Association and the Council of International Schools. Today, it is the oldest international school in Paris and part of the Global Network of RSHM Schools, which includes 19 schools and a partnership with missions in Africa. With less than 400 students, small average class sizes and an excellent student-adult ratio, our school offers a tailor-made education that focuses on the individual needs and learning potential of every child. Marymount students study a wide range of subjects and learn respectful teamwork, individual responsibility and community service which builds life skills.
www.messageparis.org 01 58 60 00 53 firstname.lastname@example.org
A supportive community of English-speaking parents living in and around Paris. We're all about connecting - in person and online - for support, friendship, sharing experiences, tips and resources, getting together, freecycling, having good conversation and a laugh - you name it. Message offers you a real community, a place to belong. Why join Message?
Get answers to questions about parenting & life in France
Meet friends & build lifelong friendships
Be part of a supportive community of parents
Find activities for the whole family
Contribute to something meaningful
New Zealand Embassy
01 45 01 43 43
Notre Dame International High School
09 70 40 79 22 Web www.nidhs.com Email email@example.com
A private American High School located in Verneuil-sur-Seine, 35 minutes away from Paris city center, on the beautiful campus of Notre Dame Les Oiseaux. American curriculum taught in English by American teachers and extra French language and culture courses taught by French teachers. Day school, Boarding possibilities as well as Host family accommodation.
The Open University promotes educational opportunity by providing high-quality university education to all who wish to realize their ambitions and fulfill their potential. Through academic research, pedagogic innovation and collaborative partnership it is a world leader in the design, content and delivery of supported open and distance learning. There are around 150,000 undergraduate and more than 30,000 postgraduate students. 10,000 of our students have disabilities. Most OU courses are available throughout Europe.
More than 25,000 OU students live outside the UK.
Saint Mark's Church
Web www.ourschool.fr Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our School provides English classes for fluent English speaking children between the ages of 3 to 11 being brought up in a bilingual environment.
Paris Decorative & Fine Arts Society (PADFAS)
Member of NADFAS in the UK, PADFAS offers eight monthly lectures in English at the Théâtre du Ranelagh, 5 rue des Vignes, 75016 Paris.
Talks are given by experts of international reputation covering major art exhibitions in Paris, and general Fine Arts subjects.
Check the website for more information about our annual subscriptions and fees.
Paris Choral Society
23 avenue George V
This group of nearly one hundred trained amateurs is dedicated to producing quality choral works for minimal ticket prices. They give three concerts a year in addition to sponsoring the beloved "Sing-Along Messiah" at the American Cathedral.
The Paris Institute for Critical Thinking (PICT)
5 rue des Fontaines du Temple, 75003 Paris
The Paris Institute for Critical Thinking (PICT) offers university-quality courses, workshops, and lectures in the arts and humanities to participants of all ages and educational backgrounds. All our courses and events are in the English language. PICT is officially registered as a provider of continuing professional education with the Prefecture of the Île-de-France region (registration number 11755885775).
Rainbow School of Paris
7 Avenue de Charlebourg
92250 La Garenne-Colombes France
Email email@example.com Located in a quiet street near the top of La Défense, the Rainbow School offers a nursery school for children aged 2 to 3, and a structured Montessori curiculum for children aged 2-8, with strong attention to individual needs. Develop whole students by engaging them to discover and achieve their full potential, thus forming their unique identity, self-respect and awareness of the environment. Rainbow students will then be capable of pursuing their life choices with commitment and joy contributing to their community, their country and the world.
29 ave de Suffren, 75007 Paris
With more than 100 students age 8-18 playing in seventeen youth bands, Rock U. is a performance-based rock band program that teaches kids not just music, but also responsibility, confidence, teamwork, trust, and the thrill of creating something with others. Every three-month Rock U. session concludes with a live performance at great Paris venues such as FLOW, La Javelle and Belushi’s. And it’s not just for kids – more than fifty adults play in Rock U.’s ten adult bands, too! Private lessons, school holiday programs and special workshops offered as well.
Listening service: 01 46 21 46 46
from 3pm to 11pm daily.
SOS Help's aim is to provide a confidential, supportive and quality listening service to ease callers' anxiety and reduce the incidence of suicide
Admin enquiries : firstname.lastname@example.org
Trained listeners are available every day from 3pm to 11pm, including holidays. The service is confidential, anonymous, and non-directive. English Language book sales are held in the Fall and Spring. Check our site for exact dates.
Website: SOS Help: English Language Confidential Listening Line in France
South African Embassy
59 quai d'Orsay
01 45 55 92 37
SPRINT acts as a referral service and information source for English-speaking families in France who have children with special needs. It provides anglophone and bilingual professionals with opportunities for further education and networking, and organizes talks for parents and schools. Email: email@example.com
Standard Athletic Club
Address: Route Forestière du Pavé de Meudon,
92360 Meudon la Forêt.
Telephone : 01 46 26 16 09 Web : www.saclub.org
E-mail : contact @saclub.org
“The club is a British sports and social club situated on a 6 hectare site 15 minutes from the centre of Paris. In addition to 8 tennis courts (5 clay, 3 synthetic), members can enjoy a magnificent cricket pitch (summer) with room for 4 rugby, hockey or football fields (winter), a large swimming pool, 2 squash courts, a full-size snooker table, a gym and an agreeable lounge with complete bar and snack facilities in a large and recently refurbished club house. The Club was founded 120 years ago and has as patron Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II who has visited on several occasions. The Club provides an excellent venue for outside events (company happenings, weddings, get-togethers) with the possibility of offering full catering.
St George's Church
7 rue Auguste Vacquerie
01 47 20 22 51
Web www.stgeorgesparis.com Email firstname.lastname@example.org
St George's is an Anglican Church of the Diocese in Europe, which forms part of the Church of England.The community consists of mainly Anglican Christians from many different countries and walks of life, who seek to respond to God's love for us and for his world in our daily lives and by developing a welcoming and caring community of faith together. The service is mainly in English, with a reading and sometimes intercessions in French. There is a Sunday school and a crèche during the service.
St Joseph's Church
50 avenue Hoche
01 42 27 28 56
St Joseph's Church is the English-language catholic parish in Paris.
St Mark's Versailles
31 rue du Pont Colbert
01 39 02 79 45
St Mark's, with its daughter congregation in St Paul's Chevry, is an Anglican chaplaincy in the Anglican Diocese in Europe, in association with the Intercontinental Church society. The congregation consists of people from all walks of life. There is a strong youth and children's ministry, a thriving family atmosphere, lively contemporary worship, and a warm welcome to newcomers.
St Michael's Church
5 rue d’Aguesseau
01 47 42 70 88
St Michael's is an Anglican chaplaincy in the Anglican Diocese in Europe, in association with the Intercontinental Church society. Founded as the British Embassy Church in 1834, the church warmly welcomes people from all nations to share in worship at Saint Michael's. Strongly committed to Biblical teaching and prayer, missionary commitment is a regular and definite part of the life of this church. 10% of its income is tithed to local, national and international Christian Mission Agencies. Saint Michael's is financed entirely through voluntary Christian giving.
St Peter's Anglican Church Chantilly
Rue des Cascades
Web stpeters.fr Email email@example.com
At the newly restored Anglican church of St. Peter’s, on the corner of the rue des Cascades and the avenue du Bouteiller, an international community meets for worship each Sunday at 10.30am. Twice a month a Book of Common Prayer service is held at 9am. A crèche and Sunday school run concurrently with the 10.30 service, except during holiday periods. Other regular activities include Bible study groups, youth, women’s and men’s groups. The church building dates from 1865, and the Church centre houses regular activities, plus a variety of occasional social and ecumenical events and an active British Scout group. All are welcome.
17 rue Bayard
01 48 78 47 94 Web www.scotskirkparis.com
The Scots Kirk Paris is the sole Church of Scotland parish in France, and one of twelve European mainland congregations in the Presbytery of Europe. It is an English language Protestant church that welcomes all and aims to serve the needs of people of different nationalities and denominations who live throughout the Paris region. It is not exclusively Scottish, nor is it open only to people of Scottish origin. The Scots Kirk invites everyone to join in the congregation's life and worship.
Society of Children's Books Writers and Illustrators
The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators is an international non-profit specifically for those individuals writing and illustrating for children and young adults in the fields of children’s literature, magazines, film, television, and multimedia. We foster a vibrant, diverse community, including writers, illustrators, translators, editors, publishers, agents, librarians, educators, booksellers, bloggers, enthusiasts and others. We provide education and support for these individuals and the community through our awards, grants, workshops, webinars, conferences and events.
Toastmasters International, the leading non-profit association devoted to developing your skills in public speaking and leadership, listening, giving constructive feedback, delegating and working in teams on projects within its specially-designed education program. Toastmasters 75 meets twice a month on Thursday evenings at Forum 104 (Montparnasse). Toastmasters 75 is one of 27 North France Toastmasters clubs. In Paris, you can visit English, French, bi-lingual clubs and a tri-lingual club, German, French and English! We follow the basic same meeting agenda worldwide among 358,000 members in 143 countries. https://www.toastmasters.org/find-a-club
Web toch-uk.org.uk Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
TOC H Association is a British registered charity of which the Queen is the Patron. The Paris Branch was started in 1937. We work with elderly British subjects to keep incontact with each other, so monthly teas are organized and a Christmas lunch isheld. When possible they are taken out for a day in the country and are visited at home when they are not well. Most meetings and activities take place at St.Michael’s Church, 5 rue d’Aguesseau, 75008 Paris.
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Paris (UUFP)
Web www.uuparis.org Email email@example.com
La Maison Verte
127-129 rue Marcadet
We are an open-minded international spiritual community committed to: Upholding the inherent worth and dignity of every person. Respect and acceptance for all beliefs: the humanist, the theist, the atheist, the agnostic… Freedom to question in the search for meaning and inspiration. You are welcomed and invited regardless of your religion,
race, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, income or family status. The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Paris is a welcoming liberal religious association which it holds monthly Sunday services at 10.30am, and includes a stimulating program of religious education for children.
Check our website for the date of the next monthly service and other events.
Union of Overseas Voters
4 rue des Arènes
08 05 69 64 08 / 01 84 16 62 04
Web wevote.fr Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Union of Overseas Voters is a non-partisan, non-profit association governed by American citizens residing abroad. It was founded in 2011 by volunteer civilian Voting Assistance Officers with over 40 years of experience. Our mission is to assist American citizens living abroad to register to vote and cast their ballots, to promote civic awareness, and to increase voter participation in U.S. elections.
USA Girl Scouts Overseas - Paris
Girl Scouts bring their dreams to life and work together to build a better world.
Through programs from coast to coast, Girl Scouts of all backgrounds and abilities can be unapologetically themselves as they discover their strengths and rise to meet new challenges—whether they want to climb to the top of a tree or the top of their class, lace up their boots for a hike or advocate for climate justice, or make their first best friends.
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Backed by trusted adult volunteers, mentors, and millions of alums, Girl Scouts lead the way as they find their voices and make changes that affect the issues most important to them.
Where Internationals Connect in English (WICE)
10 rue Tiphaine
75015 Paris 01 45 66 75 50
WICE is a non-profit cultural and educational association that has served the Parisian English-speaking community for almost 45 years. Courses currently include French and English classes and conversation groups, studio arts including photography, museum and garden tours, walking tours of Paris, and French literature. WICE is a dynamic way to expand your knowledge, your network of friends and your fun in Paris, all in a friendly English-speaking environment.
WICE also organizes and hosts the annual Paris Writers Workshop. See www.pariswritersworkshop.org for full information and registration .
Women's International Club (WIC) c/o ICAO
3 bis villa Emile Bergerat
92522 Neuilly-sur-Seine Cedex
Web http://pariswic.org Email email@example.com
The Women's International Club "Le WIC de Paris" provides an opportunity when moving from one country to another to find friends with an international background. This English language club unites 52 different nationalities, including French. Activities include excursions, visits, coffee mornings, bridge, porcelain painting, language conversation, gymnastics, needlework and patchwork.
World Radio Paris (WRP)
Not-for-profit community radio station in English on Paris airwaves since 2014.Partner with BBC/NPR. Local and international news and talk shows for expats in Paris. We are listener-supported and volunteer-run.
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