Equipes Notre Dame (Teams of Our Lady) Great Britain

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Enrich your married spirituality with Jesus Christ & meet others to build friendships

Equipes Notre-Dame (Teams) is an international Christian lay movement that works to enrich marriage spirituality for couples who seek to live their marriages sacramentally.  Teams provide new opportunities to increase and improve prayer life, helping couples grow closer to God and  to each other. They are part of the Alliance of Catholic Marriage Organisations blog link

If you would like to know more about Teams Click here

Why not try a mixed Team meetings, which are open to all Team members and to those who think that the Teams approach to developing married spirituality may be something they would like to try?

  The meetings take place on each 3rd Friday of the month at 8pm until 9.30.  Click Mixed Team taster


Bishop Nicholas Hudson talks about the impact the Teams of Our Lady have had on his life.

Teams began in France in 1938, when 4 Parisian couples asked their parish priest, Fr Henri Caffarel, if he could help them develop their spiritual life as couples. He replied, “Let Us Journey Together’. From these words a great movement has grown touching, shaping and growing the lives of thousands of couples and clergy. The Movement has since spread to over 90 countries worldwide and there are now more than 12,000 teams. 

Click here for a downloadable copy of 'The Priest Counsellor and The Spiritual Accompaniment in Teams of Our Lady'.

A Team is a group of 4 to 7 couples who meet, together with a spiritual counsellor, on a monthly basis for a shared meal and prayer, discussion and mutual support. Between meetings, couples are encouraged to undertake a number of  endeavours :-

  • Daily Prayer
  • Daily Bible Reading
  • A Monthly Sit-down together
  • Rule of Life
  • An Annual Retreat

Teams are grouped together in Regions, and Super-Regions, who organise Gatherings and Retreats and other events. The Teams Newsletter for the GB Regions is  here

‘Teams in GB'  is present in communities from the north of Scotland to the south coast; this province of Great Britain is divided into 3 Regions, North, South & Central comprising 16 Sectors.The movement holds an International Gathering every 6 years