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As you leave the main avenue and enter through the gate, you are greeted by the statue of Saint Regis and the beautiful trees of an English park. The large eighteenth century house that borders the park is the spiritual centre of Versailles, home to the sisters of the community. 

In addition to animating and managing retreats and the centre’s programmes with the help of employees and volunteers, the sisters respond to external requests for animations or training courses. One of the two novitiates of the Province is also located in Versailles. The activity is intense; however, the centre remains a peaceful place where people come to renew themselves in silence and prayer.

As you leave the main avenue and enter through the gate, you are greeted by the statue of Saint Regis and the beautiful trees of an English park. The large eighteenth century house that borders the park is the spiritual centre of Versailles, home to the sisters of the community. 

In addition to animating and managing retreats and the centre’s programmes with the help of employees and volunteers, the sisters respond to external requests for animations or training courses. One of the two novitiates of the Province is also located in Versailles. The activity is intense; however, the centre remains a peaceful place where people come to renew themselves in silence and prayer.

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The community and the spiritual centre of Versailles in pictures!

Discover our community, our environment, our accompaniment, and the testimony of Louise, who made a silent retreat in the summer of 2020, at the Spiritual Centre of Versailles.

Where to find us?
Notre Dame du Cénacle
Community of Versailles
68, avenue de Paris
78000 Versailles, France
+33 1 39 50 21 56
communaute.versailles@ndcenacle.org
By train

From Paris-Montparnasse or La Défense, take the train Line N and get off at Versailles Chantiers. When leaving the station, get off at the esplanade, cross, take the rue Franklin and then the Avenue de Paris on the right, up to number 68 (about 10 minutes on foot).

By RER

Take the RER C towards Saint-Quentin en Yvelines and get off at Versailles Chantiers. When leaving the station, get off at the esplanade, cross the street, take the rue Franklin and then the Avenue de Paris on the right, up to number 68 (about 10 minutes on foot).

By bus

In Pont de Sèvres, take bus 171 and get off at the Jean Mermoz stop. The community is a 2-minute walk away.

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