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Rueil Weekly Services

Every Sunday morning, 9.30 am there will be a time of worship with Pastor Paul Helms on Facebook. At 10 am, we will live stream our sermon on Facebook. Once it is finished the audio file will be on our website and the video available on our YouTube channel (see below for all the links and info). We are continuing our sermon series "Romans : The Gospel of God".

Ternes Weekly Services

Every Sunday afternoon, 3.30 pm we will live stream our sermon on FaceBook. IT is in a closed group so please send a request if you want to join us


Corona Care

We have started groups that are facilitated by a council member. They meet via Zoom once a week to discuss the sermon, pray for each other and support one another. We don't want anyone being lonley or feeling isolated ! Email us if you want to join a group.

Discipleship Groups

D Groups are small groups of 3 or 4 people who meet weekly or fortnightly to study the Bible and pray. Get all the info you need about these groups and joining one here.

Weekly Sermons

Every Sunday morning there will be a sermon as usual, ready for you to listen to. We are continuing our sermon series "Romans : The Gospel of God".

Weekly Newsletter

Every Friday evening, we send out a email with all the information you might need to stay in touch and find out what is happening at EIC. Sign up to receive our newsletter here.


We post regularly with our latest podcasts, good uplifting songs to listen to, EIC news, sermon links. Follow us and keep in touch!


Here is the link to our podcasts - there are a variety of interesting subjects, some related to the Corona virus, church planting, and other topics related to life in an international church.


We have our very own YouTube channel which you can subscribe to. You will find sermons, podcasts (videos), worship & Throwback Thursday video.


You can follow us on our recently set up Instagram account


Dear Church Family,

We are staying up to date on the news surrounding the situation with the Coronavirus and praying about wise responses to what is occurring. As Christians we trust God with our futures and don’t respond to global events with fear. At the same time, we do respond with compassion and a sense of stewardship, so we want to make sure we make decisions that benefit all of the community that God has put us in.

Based on the information we have received as of Friday, March 13, we have decided to cancel all EIC church activities until further notice (both Rueil Malmaison and Ternes). This is not done out of fear, but out of a responsibility we have to be good citizens in France as well as to protect each other in the coming days.

What does following Christ in church life look like in a situation like this? This is a good question that I look forward to exploring with you. One thing is clear though: we still need the Jesus in each other. I would encourage all of you during this time to be intentional about staying in communication with your home groups, D-Groups, and brothers and sisters in the church. Pray for each other. Encourage one another. Continue to share your lives with each other. It is possible that the coming weeks will see us isolated from each other, so take advantage of the grace God gives us in technology and the means we still have to communicate.

In addition, please be intentional about checking for communication from the church. The two main avenues will be through the newsletter and through Facebook. We will do our best to post news as well as devotional content in the coming days to help us all pray through and contemplate the events of these troubling days.

As mentioned in the last sermon, we have a good God who is sovereign over all things, including the virus. Let us look to him for our security and remember the promises we have received. Romans 8:28 tells us, “And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.” To the extent we can believe that, we can have peace in the midst of the Coronavirus.

In Christ,