WELCOME

Welcome to the FEU, a ministry for university students in Chambéry.

The FEU meets Thursday evenings at 20:00 (8pm) for Bible studies, discussion groups, music, dinners and conferences.  Meetings take place at the FEU Student Center- 253 avenue de Lyon, by the montée St Sébastien and the round-about at the hospital.

The FEU also invites you to its weekly Prayer Meeting, Tuesdays at 19:00, also at the FEU Student Center. Share your requests and intercede for others as we come before the Lord together in prayer.

Questions about our meetings or how to find the FEU? Call Brent at 06 37 99 66 70 or email pilson81@gmail.com.

So what is the FEU? 

Foyer, Évangélique, Universitaire…

Foyer

The FEU  (or FIRE) aims to give excitement to student life by organizing various leisure and cultural activities.

Évangélique

The FEU is a Christian association, that is to say that its favorite book is the Bible. We invite you to discover it with us  and to understand the Christian faith. We use flyers, conferences, and surveys to inform and educate others about God’s Word.

Universitaire

The FEU aims to reach and train students.  After all, what is more normal for a student than to be trained? But the FEU offers special training: to help students grow in their faith while facilitating their involvement in a local church. We organize Bible studies, sharing and prayer groups, and small discussion groups to encourage each other and progress in our life with God.

What about a church in Chambéry?

The FEU strongly encourages students to get involved in a local church. The Protestant Evangelical Church of Cognin partners with the FEU ministry and invites you to join them for services on Sunday mornings at 10:00.

The church is located at 7 rue Plaisance in Cognin, not far from Jacob-Bellcombette. For more info and/or directions, leave a comment, message us on FB, or visit the church website:

http://www.meaf-france.org/epec/

"Or, la vie éternelle, c'est qu'ils te connaissent, toi, le seul vrai Dieu, et celui que tu as envoyé, Jésus-Christ." Jean 17: 3