Access to the church

Please note that currently all activities at the evangelical church Action Bibilique de Renens – Lausanne are in French.  Informaiton in this section is for the convenience of native English speakers.

ADDRESS: RUE DU LAC 33, CH-1020 RENENS

The Chruch is ideally located at the exit of the A1 highway in the direction of Lausanne (exit Lausanne/Malley).   It is also a 10 minute walk from the Prilly train station.

The church is also easily accessible by public transport from the center of Lausanne (Flon)  by taking the M1 to bourdonnette and then walking.  (see map below).

Plan d'accès pour venir à l'église en transport publique depuis Lausanne (Flon) , place St. Francçois ou le centre de Lausanne.

PARKING

Parking is available at the Censuy parking on the road facing the back of the church (Avenue du Censuy,
1020 Renens).  Additionally  a few spots are available in front of the building and behind the building as illustrated below along with entrance to places behind the church, followed by parking spots behind the building.

Places de parks devant l'église côté de la rue
Entrée vers les place de parks derrière l'église

Due to the close proximity with the Prilly Commune, the church started a bible study/home group some 10+ years ago which still continues to go strong. Please contact us for more information and visit the Bible Study/Home (French Only) group sections for more information.

Thought for the Week

Ezekiel 14 / Darby
3. Son of man, these men have set up their idols in their heart, and put the stumbling-block of their iniquity before their face: should I be inquired of at all by them?

And what causes depression? These are things not acquired or lost to which we nevertheless attach much consideration! Those things that we carry in our hearts that eventually become the goal of our life. God said of Israel that they carry their idols in their hearts. Do we not also carry idols in our hearts? Things that take the place of God because we hope to find in them our identity, our security or even our value as Timothy Keller explains so well in his book entitled ‘the idols of the heart’? What is paradoxical is that without knowing it, we still sometimes ask God to offer us these things. Read the verses in their context =>Ezekiel 14:3 KJV or Ezekiel 14 in the ASV version.