External links

Other churches in Gibraltar
 

Attached to the Governor's residence on Main Street, the Convent, there is a military chapel, called the King's Chapel. The chapel is open for visitors every Wednesday morning. An ecumenical Sunday service is held on the second Sunday of each month, and an Anglican Eucharist on the fourth Sunday of each month, both at 10am.

There are many other Christian churches in Gibraltar, and we maintain friendly relations with them. Here are links to some of them.

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Gibraltar has several places of worship: www.catholic.gi

Gibraltar Methodist Church is not far from us, on Main Street: methodist.org.gi

The Church of Scotland can be found a little way up the rock from us: scotskirkgibraltar.com. Their building is also the venue for New Life Church: www.newlifegib.com.

Cityline Church is also higher up the rock, on Hospital Steps. It was founded by a church in New York: www.citylinegibraltar.com

Two independent local churches each have premises in Wellington Front: Bethel Christian Fellowship www.bethelgib.com and Living Waters Church www.livingwatersgib.com

If we have missed anybody out, let us know!

Our Anglican family
 

On a worldwide scale, we are part of the Anglican Communion, with churches in 165 countries, grouped into 41 provinces. Depending on the density of churches, some provinces cover more than one country, and some countries have more than one province. See www.anglicancommunion.org.

Within that framework, we fall under the province of Canterbury in the Church of England: www.churchofengland.org.

Within the Church of England, we belong to the Diocese of Gibraltar in Europe, which serves nearly 300 congregations in over 40 countries: www.europe.anglican.org.

Within our Diocese, we are grouped with Anglican churches in Morocco, Spain, Portugal and their islands in the Archdeaconry of Gibraltar.

Archdeaconry Synod 2020
 

Each January there is a residential gathering of representatives from all the churches in our Archdeaconry. Here are some samples of what our people experienced at this year's meeting in Torrevieja...

Bishop David Hamid's sermon at the opening service.

The theologian Clare Amos led two Bible studies about God's creation. You had to be there to really appreciate them, but these two Powerpoint presentations give you a glimpse - part 1 and part 2

Revd Dr Dave Bookless of the charity A Rocha gave us a sermon with a creation theme.

The Diocesan Secretary, Andrew Caspari, and the Diocesan Director of Communications, Damian Thwaites, spoke about their work - their presentations are combined here.

The Diocesan safeguarding team gave a talk about their work. Here is their powerpoint presentation.

Revd Bob Bates spoke about the chaplaincy work with the Camino pilgrims at Santiago de Compostela. You can find out about their work via their blog and their facebook page.