Reuilly rule for this day
Conseil de communauté
Plus la communauté est dispersée,
plus est impératif
le devoir du rassemblement.
Nulle ne doit s’y dérober.
Dans le cheminement laborieux
de tout le corps,
dans la prière commune,
dans les pensées partagées,
les vrais besoins se font jour
et les options deviennent possibles.
A community is a living order. Over the years the Community of Deacons Reuilly responded to calls, expanding its testimony in France and beyond. Thus each community place lives its vocation in the impetus of the Gospel and the Reuilly Rule.
Our life in sharing: you can come and discover it and live it according to your expectations. Find all the information and contacts you need for: Becoming Familiar, Living a Volunteer Community Hosting Time or Becoming Deaconess in Reuilly
Who are we ?
The community of the Deaconesses of Reuilly is a community of life, of monastic inspiration rooted in the churches of the Reformation and open to ecumenical dialogue, to a diversified diaconal service, and to the welcome of every being in search of God.
The liturgy and the meditation of the Word of God structure the daily life of the Community. The opening to the world permeates his prayer.
Created in 1841 by Caroline Malvesin and Antoine Vermeil, the institution of the Deaconesses of Reuilly was recognized by public utility in 1860. It took, after the law of 1901, the form of an association. By decree dated November 24, 2009, it became a Foundation.
Community of Deaconesses of Reuilly
10 rue Porte de Buc
Such. 01 39 24 18 80
Individual retreats in Versailles
Retreats and groups welcome to Versailles
By public transport:
By train: exit at Versailles Chantier station, exit “Porte de Buc”
By RER: choose the destination “Saint Quentin en Yvelines”, get off at Versailles-Chantiers.
Contact Le Moûtier
Deacons of Reuilly
43520 Le Mazet Saint-Voy
Such. 04 71 65 05 45
Fax. 04 71 65 58 40
Contact us by email
By public transport:
By train + bus: train to Valence or Saint-Étienne, then bus to Chambon sur Lignon.