Christians believe that God made the world with all its beauty and diversity, that it all belongs to Him and during our lives we are stewards of this beautiful planet.
This Spring, All Saints Anglican Church Algarve are issuing an open invitation to everyone across the Algarve to join with them to experience ALPHA. An experience that to date over 20 million people in over 159 Countries and in 112 languages have enjoyed.
When All Saints Anglican Church went into Lockdown along with the rest of the Algarve in the Spring of 2020, they had no idea where the future would take the Church and the Community, both collectively and individually.
Here we are back in lockdown again, not knowing how long it will last, or what the future will bring. But this time All Saints Anglican Church here in the Algarve are reaching out to the whole community to extend an invitation to join them every Thursday and Friday in a series of activities, which they hope will bring laughter, smiles and fellowship for everyone.
All Saints Anglican Church Algarve invite you to connect with the ALPHA Experience. This Autumn All Saints Anglican church in Almancil are breaking new ground and issuing an open invitation to everyone across the Algarve to join with them to experience ALPHA.
For the past week Churches in the Algarve have been open for their Congregations but one church - All Saints Anglican ChurchAlgarve in Almancil , who traditionally worship at ASCA (Associacao Social e Cultural de Almancil) have decided to continue their worship services live and on - line for the time being.
Thursday 12th March 2020 will always be remembered as “LD Day”! Lock Down day in Portugal. All of a sudden ( or so it seemed ) shops closed, Bars and Restaurants closed, Borders closed, Schools and Universities closed and Churches were shut as the Government introduced measures designed at stopping or slowing down the spread of the deadly Coronavirus or COVID19.
For the congregation of All Saints Anglican Church in Almancil it meant that their worship space for over 12 years - ASCA Associacao Social e Cultural de Almancil was closed in order to protect their most vulnerable residents and All Saints weekly Wednesday and Sunday worship Services were temporarily suspended.
On Sunday 11th November it was standing room only at the Remembrance Day service at St. Luke's Church Palhagueira, where more than 200 people honoured the memory of those who gave their lives for peace and freedom.
The exact minute marking the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice in 1918 was marked at St. Luke's by the Last Post, the two-minute silence and Reveille.