Who are we?

A certain number of evangelical Christians of Conflans-Sainte-Honorine were members of the community of the brothers located in rue des Gobelins, Paris 13. In 1958, following the evangelistic campaign led by the evangelist Billy GRAHAM in Paris, there were other conversions in Conflans and, the local community having grown, they decided to create the local church. It is this community which, recognized as the very first association under the 1905 law in what was then called the department of Seine et Oise (Yvelines and Val d’Oise combined), continues the testimony of Jesus Christ to this day.
We are Christians:
We believe that Jesus Christ is the only Savior who freely reconciles us to God and delivers us from the power of evil.
We are in communion through the Holy Spirit with all Christians who have made a genuine and personal commitment to Jesus Christ.
We are Protestants:
We believe that the entire Bible (Old and New Testaments) is the word of the Creator God who revealed himself in the person of Jesus Christ. The teaching and life of the Church are governed by this word. Thus, we are part of the Protestantism of the Reformation. We form a gathering of which one becomes a member not by filiation, nor by manipulation (like the sects) but by free determination of the conscious and responsible individual.
We are Evangelicals:
We strive to live according to the biblical model of the early Christian churches. Like them, we bear witness to our faith and encourage the active participation of each member, with a view to the growth of the whole.
The Église Protestante Évangélique de Conflans is part of the Perspectives family of churches.
It is a member of the CNEF (National Council of Evangelicals in France).