Église chrétienne protestante française-allemande de Bruxelles
The Église chrétienne protestante française-allemande de Bruxelles (the Franco-German Protestant Christian Church of Brussels) was the official name of Brussels Protestant Church from 1816-1830.
Following the Battle of Waterloo (1815) Brussels was the southern capital of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands under the House of Nassau-Orange. The congregation was attended by the Protestant William of Orange-Nassau.
When D'Aubigné left in the wake of the Belgian revolution and independence of 1830, Chrétien-Henri Vent was appointed as successor.