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 Century.

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.

Easter Services 2019
Maundy Thursday TBA
Good Friday - Lagoa 14:00 Almancil TBA
Easter Sunday - Lagoa 11:00 Almancil 10:30

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