Saint John Anglican Church

  • Historic site and monument
  • Religious heritage
  • Church
31 avenue Carnot 06500 Menton
Built in 1867 in the neo-Gothic style. Completely renovated, the walls of the apse decorated with marble and Italian mosaics in the Pre-Raphaelite style. The base of the altar is made of wood and represents the disciples of Emmaus and the sacrament.
After the fall of the French Empire and the restoration of the Grimaldis in 1814, the British resumed their habits on the European continent.
In March 1823, Lady Blessington stayed in Menton.
In 1834, an English ophthalmologist, Charles Nayler, married Caroline de Bréa, niece of General de Bréa; every year they came to spend the winter in Menton. The British trend developed and led to the construction of three churches in our town: two Anglican churches, Christ Church (built in the Bay of...
Singing and choir
Book shop
All year
10:30 - 12:00
Celebration of the Eucharist.
Saint John Anglican Church
31 avenue Carnot 06500 Menton
Contact Saint John Anglican Church
I would like to receive information from :
* You may at any time unsubscribe our mailing lists.

Vous disposez d'un droit d'accès, de modification, de rectification et de suppression des données qui vous concernent, (art. 34 de la loi "Informatique et Libertés" n°78-17 du 6 janvier 1978). Pour l'exercer, envoyez un mail à l'administrateur du site. Vous êtes informés que le secret des correspondances transmises sur le réseau Internet n'est pas garanti. Les informations qui vous concernent sont destinées à l'éditeur du site (cf infos légales).

Thanks. Your message has been sent.
Une erreur est survenue lors de l'envoi du formulaire.
Spoken languages
  • English
  • French
Updated on 18 May 2024 at 17:46
by Office de Tourisme Menton, Riviera & Merveilles
(Offer identifier : 5900299)
Report mistake
Report mistake
Thanks. Your message has been sent.
Une erreur est survenue lors de l'envoi du formulaire.