Notoriously very close to the French Presbyterian identity, rooted in the Huguenot past, Réforme has regularly struggled to widen its horizon.
Widen, enlarge, why ?
Why ? Because a weekly without new readers has no much future.
Réforme's main concern is the medium age of its readers: close to the retirement age-limit.
How to attract the new generations, which are impacted by Evangelicalism, but also Ecumenism and Secularism?
Nathalie Leenhardt, the former Réforme's director, did a great job maintaining Réforme's quality offer over the last years, which have been so challenging.