Pastor and Elders

prédicateur Patrice Berger Action Biblique Renens-Lausanne (Vaud-Suisse)

Patrice Berger : pastor of the Action Biblique Lausanne-Renens church since 2016.

Start of service: His desire to serve God began as a teenager with young people with the JAB: ;

Training: This commitment showed him the need for theological training, something he was able to achieve at the Geneva Biblical Institute from 1999-2004

2000-2002 stage Église Évangélique de Wittenheim, Alsace, France

2002-2004 stage Église Évangélique de l’Action Biblique du pays de Montbéliard à Étupes, Franche-Comté, France

This last stage became the occasion to stay and serve as pastor until 2017


At the same time, Patrice always remains close to Bible teaching for young people.

Since 2000, he has been the editor-in-chief of the editorial journal TA JEUNESSE He wrote two books for young people: “1 minute for your faith” (2 volumes) with the editions of the Maison de la Bible. He participates in the drafting of other works such as “Bible Express” collective work, with the Maison de la Bible and “L’Ecclésiaste, Vivre avec sagesse” book written by his friend Woody Lewis to Éditions Clé (also forthcoming, a commentary on the Song of Songs).


Since 2018, Patrice teaches at l’Institut Biblique de Genève, hermeneutics

“Orateur Marcheur” (Walking/Preaching) :

Since 2000, he participates in the retreats of “Joyful Walkers” in France (Vosges, Cévennes etc.)

Favorite Verse : For the law was given by Moses, but grace and truth came by Jesus Christ. (John 1.17)

His motto: You are never safe from a good surprise

Paul Yersin : Elder and President of Action Biblique Suisse

Paul Yersin has been a member an alder at the Action Biblique Church in Lausanne-Renens for over 20years. He now serves as as President of the Action Bilbique Suisse association.

These words of Jesus have always touched me very much: “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” In all circumstances, He wants people to rely on Him. This phrase inspires me: “We must learn to live together as brothers, otherwise we will all die together like fools.” Martin Luther King