A cultural and spiritual center in Paris’ 5th district (5ème arrondissement). The mission of Maison de l'Espérance is to make known to the public at large the cultural and spiritual wealth of the Bible, while contributing to the personal development and the well-being of the inhabitants of the district.
The center is open to all those who are searching about the meaning of life, of relationships, of Christian faith or of health, regardless of age, of experience, of questions, whether they may be Christian or not, believers or not.
Different protestant multicultural Christian communities gather every week which include:
- Seventh-day Adventist french-speaking, spanish-speaking, rumanian-speaking, hebrew-speaking
- Protestant evangelicals
We welcome as well different cultural and humanitarian associations
Saturday: Worship in French, Spanish and Romanian
Sunday: Worship in French, Portuguese, Madagascan, and English.
To open our doors in order make known the hope in Christ.
Maison de l'Espérance has given itself for a mission to be:
- a place where one can discover God and others
- a place of life and of encounters where people feel welcome
- a center that allows a plurality of cultural expressions.
Maison de l’Espérance is open
Monday through Thursday : 9h-12h30 and from 14h-21h
Friday : 9h-12h
Saturday : 9h-22h
Sunday : 9h-19h
The space Vie & Santé is open :
Monday through Thursday : 9h30-12h30 and from 14h-21h
The bookstore is closed Friday and Saturday
Sunday from : 9h-19h
How to come here
Maison de l'espérance
13 rue gracieuse 75005 Paris
Metro: Line 7 or bus 47 - Place Monge
Closest toll parking : Parking des Partriarches
42 Rue Daubenton, 75005 Paris