Citadines Lyon Part Dieu

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

91 - 95 rue Moncey, Lyon, Rhône-Alpes, 69003, France
Citadines Lyon Part Dieu
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Service (Mass) time

by pasmour

I need to know the timetable of the service at Sunday.

Kind Regqrds

Pasmour

Re: Service (Mass) time

by leics

Which church?

Assuming you mean Notre-Dame-de-Fourviere you can find the mass times on this page:

http://www.sacred-destinations.com/france/lyon-notre-dame-de-fourviere

Re: Service (Mass) time

by ATLC

Pasmour saying 'service' instead of mass makes me think that possibly a protestant church is meant.
Possibly!

But there are several. Google for 'eglise protestant Lyon' and you can get them on a map. Most of the indicated churches have websites.

Re: Service (Mass) time

by Beausoleil

He actually did say: "service (Mass) time" to it's probably the Catholic cathedral.

Pasmour, what church do you want to know about? There are many churches in Lyons. The web site given in a reply above should assist you. If not, come back here and tell us which church you wish to attend.

Enjoy your trip.

Re: Service (Mass) time

by ATLC

"service (Mass) time" to it's probably the Catholic cathedral"

huh? My point is: protestants never say "mass". They say "service".
The poster didn't say "mass".

Re: Service (Mass) time

by ATLC

Sorry Beausoleil, I overlooked the fact that 'service' was mentioned in the title :-)

Re: Service (Mass) time

by Beausoleil

I don't think a Protestant would put "Mass" in the title of the post. It just isn't something that would come to mind for most. My entire family is Protestant and I'm not sure all of them even know the word "Mass." On the other hand, my husband's entire family is Catholic and they would use the word "service" in case someone might respond with a schedule who might not understand the word "Mass."

. . . our children, on the other hand, would easily relate to either word . . . and still none of us would know which church the Original Poster was referring to. It's hard to give a schedule when you don't know the church, n'est pas?

Re: Service (Mass) time

by alza

Pasmour hasn't said enough, as everyone wrote, but as also mentioned, an easy search will lead to all cult places in Lyon...
In case he doesn't know/want a specific church, he could write "Lieux de culte in Lyon, France" and get a wide choice, including synagogues and mosques.
In French, Protestant services are usually/often called "office".
I really think he can find something so general on his own initially. Should his search become specific, then we'll surely be able to find what he wants. :)

Re: Service (Mass) time

by Beausoleil

Well, if he meant yesterday, we can only assume he found what he needed. 8^)

Travel Tips for Lyon

Lyon Simplifie

by BradyJC3

Fourviere- great view and walk.
Rue Merciere (2e) also bleeds French culture and food much like Vieux Lyon.
The Ferris Wheel ride at Bellecour (jan/feb) provides a gorgeous view of all the terracotta colored rooftops in the city- nice photo op. Drinking at the pubs, walking across the Rhone en route to the university, the bread, cheese, wine.

Visit the round village of Oncieu

by Bigjones

Oncieu is an original village in the form of an ellipse located between Lyon and Geneve in the region called Bugey.

To get there from Lyon, take the motorway A 42 in the direction of Bourg Geneve, exit in Amberieu en Bugey, then follow the N504 (direction Belley) until St Rambert en Bugey, then take the D34 to arrive in Oncieu.

A few hypotheses about its shape have been put forward but up to now, nobody was able to an explanation. One explanation could be that one of the inhabitants didn't want any houses build on his field and thus, the other people started to build around it ...
May be they'll find out one day.

Japanese restaurents

by Yso about Kabuto, Sakura and Tamura

These are three restaurents with extremely good reputations in Lyon. Obviously you will pay a little more than in a french restaurent...

The Kabuto does Sushi, Sashimi, Tempura, Yakitori & Sukiyaki
The Sakura does Sashimi, Teriyaki, Tonkatsu and Shabu Shabu
The Tamura does Sushi, Sashimi and Unagi.

Vieux Lyon

by aliante1981

The name of this district to the west of the Saone river was not chosen just like that, at random. This, in fact, is the oldest district of the city of Lyon, and one of the most picturesque, with colorful buildings (red, yellow, blue, orange and of many other colors) with flowers in their windows nestled along the banks of the Saone. But these houses are not the oldest things you'll find here... In the area there are rests from the 2nd century BC's settlements.

Banking and trading activities that made possible the construction of these wonderful buildings were transferred to the other river bank at the beginning of the 18th century as the city of Lyon grew and developed, incorporating what had before been just villages. They became the most modern and popular parts of Lyon afterwards. A couple of centuries of gloom for the 'Vieux Lyon' (the part of the city that once was fashionable) followed. There were even plans to demolish the area. But 'Vieux Lyon' was classified as a protect area in 1964 and thus preserved for the following generations.

Inside the Basilica Are Pale Blue Columns

by hquittner

The lower lateral walls of the nave are each almost covered by three large mosaics with important events relating to the church. Between these are four small lateral niche chapels and the vaults are Above the mosaics within the windows are colored vitreous stories in each space. Above the columns are religious statues. The altar is equally covered with fixtures as are the vaults. Below the main church is a large crypt. To the east of the church is a free standing Chapel of the Virgin of the 18C which holds a 10C miraculous statue.

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Address: 91 - 95 rue Moncey, Lyon, Rhône-Alpes, 69003, France