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All Saints' Church, Rome

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#176 of 526 in Historic Sites in Rome
Our Chaplain is the Rev. Canon Jonathan Boardman.

All Saints' Church is an active English-speaking community in the Church of England Diocese in Europe, Rome, Italy.

The church building is a very fine red-brick construction in a neo-gothic style, situated in the Via del Babuino, about 100 metres from the Spanish Steps.

SERVICES

SUNDAY SERVICES

8.30 Said Eucharist (Book of Common Prayer)

10.30 Sung Eucharist (Common Worship)

12.00-13:00 Youth activities for all ages (check for details)

Last Thursday of the Month, Choral Evensong at 7pm.

WEEKDAYS

(check with the office as liable to change)

8.30 Morning Prayer Wednesdays and Fridays

Said Eucharist /Noonday Prayer

12.45 Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

Eucharist

19.00 Thursdays Eucharist / Evensong.
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  • In itself, this existence is almost absurd:) But the fact remains. A red brick church with a lovely "stuffing" unlike its counterparts in Albion. Built in 1887 for the arrival of the British in Rome on the site of the ruined Chapel of St. Anthony Ofane Abat. It is here that the season of the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Roman Opera begins from September-month. Don't pass by.
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  • That's really nice. Neo-Gothic Stille, built with elegant red bricks, has three aisles, a dark wooden floor, bright windows&policrome, chairs instead of benches. Very picturesque I would say.
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  • .... Anglican placed in Babuino Street, one of the most fascinating streets of the capital that connects Piazza Navona with People's Square. It is neo-Gothic style, has a beautiful bell tower, internally it is three aisles, has a dark wood floor, marble columns with precious stones, polychrome stained glass and, instead of the benches, there are chairs arranged in fishbone, each with its own red cushion hanging behind. Also interesting are the commemorative plaques, surrounded by flags, concerning the entry of Allied troops to Rome on June 5, 1944 and to the memory of the soldiers of the 1st British Division who died in the Battle of Anzio and for the liberation of Rome. To see.
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  • If you talk about the church building, its beautiful. But a person goes to church to learn about the word of God the father. But unfortunately this church has mostly preached about that we have to do this and do that. Which is entirely opposite to what the gospel and christ preached. Christ came to save us and to give us a new life, he gave his life for us to save us from death, condemnation and sin. Now we don't have to do anything for our salvation, because he already has done everything for us. All we have to do is to believe in his word, be baptised in the name of the father, son and holy spirit and share the good news that we have received with others. This is the message of the gospel, which I barely heard in all saints church. I pray that God guide the pastor of this church in his word and knowledge, and help this church to grow according to the word, not to the world.
  • We went on Easter Sunday (visiting from Canada), and genuinely were moved by the service. It's high Anglican, but the small choir kept the hymns from becoming dirgey, and a trumpet really added to moments. The Rector was lovely, and the sermon really hit home. If you're in Rome and debating whether to get out on Sunday to church, do so.
  • Seats were very uncomfortable for us.. it was a performance of La Triviata so we were there a good couple of hours..
  • For Anglicans who find themselves in Rome and who wish to partake in a more familiar service, in English, this is the place to attend.
  • Yesterday I went with my family to see the four seasons of Vivaldi at the Church and it was really amazing!. The musicians also played concerto N°9 and 11 of Vivaldi and one song of Bach, but I didn't recognize the last song they played...I want to ask you wich song was the last one please, because it was beautifull! Thank you.
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