United Protestant Church of France
|United Protestant Church of France|
|Église protestante unie de France|
|Orientation||Reformed and Lutheran|
|Region||France (except Alsace and Moselle)|
|Merger of||Reformed Church of France|
Evangelical Lutheran Church of France
The United Protestant Church of France (French: Église protestante unie de France) is the main and largest Protestant church in France, created in 2013 through the unification of the Reformed Church of France and the Evangelical Lutheran Church of France.
It has 400,000 members and its orientation is both Calvinist and Lutheran, mainly in that it incorporates both kinds of parishes throughout the country. Ordination of women and blessings of same-sex marriages are allowed.
- National Union of Independent Reformed Evangelical Churches of France
- Protestant Church of Augsburg Confession of Alsace and Lorraine
- Protestant Federation of France
- Protestant Reformed Church of Alsace and Lorraine
- "United Protestant Church of France". World Council of Churches.
- Reuters: French Protestant church allows gay marriage blessing, 2015
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