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Introduction

Posted by: Webmaster on Thursday September 22, 2011
St. Peter's Church, Chantilly
St. Peter's Church, Chantilly, is a primarily English-speaking Christian community made up of members of many different nationalities and denominations. It is part of the Church of England Diocese in Europe, which is a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion of churches, which are usually known as either Anglican or Episcopalian churches.

After many years of financial support from the Intercontinental Church Society (ICS), up until the 1980s, St Peter's now relies entirely on the giving of its congregation to finance its resident chaplain and all the building running expenses, maintenance and upkeep. Many members of St. Peter’s have pledged to support the church by a regular financial commitment and this has been an enormous help in the management and stewardship of our finances. However we currently have a shortfall between expenditure and income.
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Location

Posted by: Webmaster on Friday September 23, 2011
Chantilly, France
Chantilly is located 45 km north of Paris on the D1016. The best access by road, however, is by the A1 motorway to Junction 7, the D1017 to La Chapelle en Serval and then D924a to Chantilly. We are about 25 minutes by road from Charles de Gaulle Airport and the church is about 20 minutes walk from the mainline station which has trains from Amiens, Compiègne and Paris (25-40 minutes from the Gare du Nord). Once in Chantilly, follow signs to Eglise St Peter's from the traffic lights by The English Shop on the rue du Connétable.

Chantilly is a country town of around 12,000 inhabitants on the southern edge of the Departement of Oise, itself in the south of the Region of Picardie. Famous for its lace, cream and porcelain, it is best known now for it's forest, it's Museum of the Living Horse and above all its superb Chateau which houses one of the most important collections of art in France.Horse racing is a major focus of the town, with large numbers of horses in training and a fine race course with racing from late spring until the most prestigious meetings in June, and again in September.

Facilities

The town is well maintained and has a busy life, with a Cultural Centre and Library (which includes an English Language Section) and thriving sports facilities. For more information visit the websites of the Town Council and the Tourist Office.

Schools

There are good schools, both public and private, in Chantilly and the surrounding the area. Many English-speaking families choose to enrol their children in classed organised by APARC (Association des Parents Anglophones de la Région de Chantilly). The classes for children from the age of 3 to 17 are complementary to the French school system which supports the association in many ways. APARC takes young pupils up to IGCSE level in English and has an excellent success rate. For more information on organizations mentioned above use our Links page to go to that agency's web site.


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History

Posted by: Webmaster on Friday September 23, 2011
St. Peter's Church, Chantilly
There has been an Anglican Chaplaincy in Chantilly since the early days of the English-speaking community here, which first arrived in the 1830s and '40s at the invitation of the Duc d'Aumale to help establish horse-racing.

The present church plot and the adjoining plot were bought from the Duc d'Aumale by Messrs. Antrobus and Marjoribanks on behalf of the Commonwealth and Continental Church Society (now ICS). The foundation stone of a Victorian Gothic style, typically 'English' village church was laid in 1865, and there was a fairly constant line of chaplains until the Second World War.

Following the War, there was a general decline in numbers until, by the late '60s, early '70s, there was a financial crisis and then no full-time Chaplain until 1983.

Since 1983 the Chaplaincy has grown gradually but steadily, with five successive full-time chaplains. In 1991-92 a Church Centre with hall, meeting rooms, other facilities and chaplain's accommodation was built which has encouraged further growth.
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Building the Church Centre - 1992

Posted by: Webmaster on Tuesday January 13, 2015
A wonderful memento produced by Keith Ross of the building of the Church Centre and the apartment above in 1992.

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Local Churches

Posted by: Webmaster on Friday September 23, 2011
St. Peter's Church, Chantilly
We have very good connections with other local churches. There are Roman Catholic churches in nearly every village.

There are congregations of the Eglise Réformée de France in Creil, Compiègne and Beauvais and Evangelical Churches in Chantilly, Lamorlaye, and Nogent sur Oise.

We also have good links with the other English-speaking churches in the Paris region.
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NEW CHURCH OFFICE PHONE NUMBER

Posted by: MORELLE on Wednesday December 14, 2016
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