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de l'Église Évangélique Libre de Bergerac


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Vie de l'Église

L'Ecole du Dimanche

Groupe Anglophone

Union des Églises Évangélique Libres de France





Pasteur Intérimaire:
Lucie Bardiau

Président du Conseil:
Lilian Bachellerie

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Bergerac, Dordogne, Aquitaine, France


Who are we?

We are the English speaking community of the Eglise Evangélique attracting many nationalities from diverse church backgrounds.


We have a bi-lingual service once a month, in English and French with an English speaker.

This morning service is followed by a shared lunch for all, after which there is further teaching, discussion and prayer, giving a unique opportunity to quickly integrate into a French church family.

Bilingual Service Dates for 2018

18 February, 18 March, 15 April, 20 May, 17 June, 15 July, 19 August, 16 September, 21 October 

The Service starts at 10 am

Coffee served from 9:30 am

Eglise Evangélique Libre

5 rue Durou


GPS N 44.857604 E 0.481312

Free Car Park opposite church


Other English speaker’s activities 

The Bergerac Fellowship Group meets fortnightly on a Friday morning for Bible Study and prayer, followed by a shared lunch.

A Men’s Breakfast is held once a month on a Saturday morning for a time of reflection, prayer and fellowship.

So whether you … live here, are planning a holiday in this beautiful part of South West France or thinking that God is telling you to come and live here, we can promise you some genuine Christian fellowship.


Contact either

Peter Shire:   or

Ann Cole:

Groupe Anglophone de l’Eglise Evangélique Libre de Bergerac. Interim Pastor : Lucie Bardiau

40 years of history of the Evangelical Free Church of Bergerac "Do not despise the day of small things ..."

(Reference to Zechariah 4:10)

1978: 1st Bible in the hands of Annie - 1st Council of the Church of Périgueux - Pastor Jacques Lauzet

1979: Joint Services Périgueux - Bergerac at the Château Barrière in Périgueux

1980: Families come together - Studies and Services in two houses

1981: 1st public place of worship, Impasse Doublet in Bergerac

1987: Arrival of Pastor Pierre Marilleau
1996: Arrival of Pastor Vincent Miéville - 1st pastoral housing in Bergerac
2000: Acquisition of the new hall of worship, 5 rue Durou
2004: Arrival of Pastor Nicolas Guillemain
2005: Separation of the two church associations of Périgueux and Bergerac, the latter having become autonomous financially - then pastoral vacancy during one year

2006: Arrival of Pastor Guy Delarbre

2007: Action "Purpose Driven Life" - Birth of several house groups
2009: Creation of Café-Church (English service once a month on Sunday afternoon)
2015: Synod the Union of Free Evangelical Churches in La Force and Bergerac

2017: Pastoral delegation chosen for a year attributed to Lucie Bardiau, member of the Council of the Church and voting to accept the arrival of Pastor Pascal Girard in the summer of 2018