Directory of Evangelical Churches




Conseil National des Évangéliques de France

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Christian Blanc E-mail address


Marc Emmanuel Deroeux E-mail address

Philippe Monnery E-mail address


William Joutet E-mail address


Frantz Galland E-mail address


Jean Salmeron E-mail address


Rachel Carlier E-mail address


Clément Diedrichs E-mail address


Nancy Lefevre E-mail address

Service directors:

Romain Choisnet E-mail address

Thierry Le Gall E-mail address

Postal address: 123 Avenue du Maine, 75014 Paris.

Telephone: 01 43 21 12 78.

The CNEF provides a platform for exchange, reflection and dialogue with a view to strengthening bonds and increasing the visibility of French protestant evangelicalism, whilst respecting its diversity. The CNEF represents around 75% of the French evangelical movement.


6th January

First meeting of a majority of the leaders of French church unions and bible colleges in the chapel of the Nogent-sur-Marne Bible Institute at the invitation of the national council of the Alliance Évangélique Française (AEF) and of the national committee of the Fédération Évangélique de France (FEF).

18th June

The participants of the meeting of the 6th January meet again for a day of prayer and fasting. They all agree to explain to their respective unions, associations and federations what they have experienced and to ask a working group to come up with ideas for the workings of a platform to regroup if possible the whole of the French Evangelical world.


6th January

Representatives of the French Evangelical movement create the Conseil National des Évangéliques de France (CNEF) and adopt unanimously a first document where the CNEF is defined as “a place of discussion, reflection, united action and prayer, a platform to strengthen the ties and reinforce the visibility of French evangelical Protestantism, while respecting its diversities”.


12th September

The CNEF adopts a code of conduct by which its members express their desire “by their behaviour and their relationships, to favour the advancement of the reign of God and to accomplish their vocation, which is to serve and to witness to the same Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, by the grace of God”.


11th September

The representatives of the French Evangelical movement decide unanimously to submit to their respective associations a project, proposed by the committees of the AEF and the FEF, which would give the CNEF a legally declared structure.


19th January

The plenary session of the CNEF votes unanimously, less one vote, the institutionalisation of the CNEF.


15th June

General Meeting to officially found the Conseil National des Évangéliques de France (CNEF).