Where we Worship in Almancil

Almancil
In Almancil we worship at ASCA, the local community centre. Please see Services and times (right) for service details. Our normal service is at 10:30 but we also have other services at special times of the year such as Christmas and Easter. We have a very lively and well attended Children's outreach, please see Children's Ministry (right) for more retails, but be sure that all children visitors or residents will be warmly welcomed. 

Directions
We are located just to the South of the main street through Almancil. From the Faro direction, pass the first and second traffic lights in the town centre and then turn left opposite the John Hill office, you will see a Vodafone shop on the corner (see photo top left) and You will also see a brown direction sign to Jardim das Comunidades. After about 150 meters you will come to a large roundabout (see photo above second from left), turn right, and ASCA is straight ahead of you (see photo above on the far left). From the Portimão direction, follow the main street through the centre of Almancil, past the turning to Vale do Lobo, keep on until you see the John Hill shop on your left and the Vodafone shop on the right hand side corner. see photo above far left, (you will also see a brown direction sign to Jardim das Comunidades). Turn right, after about 150 meters you will come to a large roundabout (see photo above on the far left), turn right, and ASCA is straight ahead of you, (see photo third from laft above)   


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