Who Are We?
We are an Anglican Church (part of
the Worldwide Anglican Communion) providing contemporary and
relevant worship with strong Biblical teaching for the 21st
We are active in outreach,
teaching and ministry to young people. Our responsibility is to
the rapidly growing foreign expatriate community in the Algarve.
Our doors are wide open to people from all backgrounds and
nationalities who wish to join us on our faith journey of
following Jesus Christ. We welcome visitors who are encouraged
to join us in Worship and in our social activities. We celebrate
Holy Communion every Sunday morning at Almancil at 10:30 and
Lagoa at 11:00.
Our Faith Statement
All Saints Anglican Church follows a theological tradition,
evangelical in emphasis. We consider scripture to be God’s Word
revealed to us. We are faithful followers of Christ, we affirm
the authority of the Bible as a source of knowledge of God and a
guide to doctrine, faith and Christian living; the majesty of
Jesus Christ as the Saviour of sinful humanity; the guidance of
the Holy Spirit; the need for personal conversion. We are
members of GAFCON and are fully committed to
the Jerusalem Statement and Declaration.
Please make yourself known, (if we don't introduce ourselves to
you). We meet for coffee after the service, and we would like
you to join us. We are famous for our welcome, come and see for
yourself if its true! You may come as a visitor, but you will
leave as a friend.
Important notice for visitors
Both Almancil and Lagoa
churches will be closed on Sunday 2nd April.
there will be a joint service with Bishop John
Ellison at 11:00 at
Hotel Parque das Laranjeiras, Vilamoura
This is opposite the entrance to Vilamoura on the N125
Lagoa, Maundy Thursday supper at Chill Inside Lagoa 19:30 Please
call 916 501 527 to book
Almancil 6pm at ASCA
Good Friday -
All Saints Algarve is a member of FCA
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Saints Anglican Church is part of the
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