Medium-sized gentleman’s clothing is required urgently for a refugee. If you have items to donate, please contact the parish office in the first instance: email@example.com
If you are not a native speaker of English and wish to improve your English, the British-Luxembourg Society offers s English language classes. Details of the next course can be found below:
Course Title: Intermediate English Language and Culture
Course Dates and Times:
Course starts: 21/01/2020
Tuesday evenings from 18.30 – 20.00
Teacher: Ruhiyeh Sakkaf
Venue: Lycée Michel Lucius, 157 Avenue Pasteur, 2311 Limpertsberg (we will escort you to your classroom)
Fee: €100 per semester or €80 for BLS members.
Length of course – 15 weeks. (15 x 90 minutes).
This course is designed to improve students’ oral and written skills in the English language and this includes accessible literary materials, short stories, poems etc.
Classes are centred around current affairs, social issues, citizenship and other topics of mutual interest. The students engage in conversations, debates and other interactive activities.
The classes aim to give the students as much opportunity as possible to speak about subjects that pertain to daily life, their community and the world at large.
The hope is that students feel inspired by sharing their experiences through the medium of English!Prospective students will need to register on the British Luxembourg Society websiteInterested? Questions? Please contact Chris Atkinson on
The Anglican Church of Luxembourg invites us to join them at their Advent and Christmas Services which start with Carols by Candlelight this weekend, Sunday 8 December, at 19.30 in the Konvikt Chapel, 5 avenue Marie-Thérèse, L-2132 Luxembourg, followed by Glühwein and Stollen.
Further details of services can be found on the flyer below.
Our community’s music group will be performing with the children’s choir at the Luxembourg Christmas Market in the Place d’Armes after the 11.15 Mass on Sunday 15 December from 13.00 – 14.00. Alizeti, the band formed to raise funds for the Ilula Orphanage Program, will also be performing.
Please come along and give them your support.
On Christmas Eve there will be carols from 9.30 pm followed by Mass at 10.00 pm.
On Christmas Day there is Mass at 11.15 am and 5 pm.
The Christmas Eve Mass and the 11.15 am Mass will be followed by refreshments.
The Holy Father Pope Francis has written an apostolic letter on the meaning and importance of the nativity scene for Christian people. It is available in English by clicking the link below:
An unofficial translation of the pastoral letter for the first Sunday of Advent from the Archbishop of Luxembourg, Jean- Claude Cardinal Hollerich, can be found below. Hard copies are available at the back gof the church.