All Saints' Church
Via del Babuino 153
March 14th 2020: All Saints' is going online! As church services remain prohibited for the safety of everyone, you can play recordings of our usual Sunday service via our Weekly Message.
This week check our intern's Mothering Sunday Sermon, that would have been preached today at All Saints' had the virus not changed our plans.
We also have made available our material for Sunday School, which you can use with your children. You can find this on our new Online Sunday School page.
We hope you enjoy these recordings and please do let us know your thoughts on this format as we work to serve our community during this challenging time.
Easter Olive Tree of Prayer
As you know we started our Easter prayer tree just before things changed, and attendance at church was not permitted. It is important to us that All Saints remains a place of prayer and worship despite the lockdown. Mass will continue every Sunday and Thursday as usual, with Father Rob and a family member present, on behalf of the whole community. Prayers will also be said on Wednesday at our usual "Light at Lunch" time.
At this challenging time, we would like to keep this part of All Saints prayer life going, depsite the restrictions. So, if you would like to place a prayer on our Easter Olive Tree of Prayer, please email your prayer to firstname.lastname@example.org with "PRAYER TREE" in the subject heading, and we will write out your prayers for you, pray, and place them on the tree before God.
If you have any other pastoral need, please contact Father Rob at the usual contact numbers.
“He who rescued us from so deadly a peril will continue to rescue us; on him we have set our hope that he will rescue us again, as you also join in helping…by your prayers, so that many will give thanks on our behalf for the blessing granted to us through the prayers of many.”
2 Corinthians 1:10-11
Please Consider Supporting Us During This Challenging Time
As you might imagine, churches such as ours in Italy are highly dependent on revenue from concerts and other rentals of space which are impossible at the present moment. These are uncertain times for us and we would be grateful for your generosity at this moment in our history. If you have the ability and willingness to help sustain us during this time, please use the link below to donate.
Said Mass - 8:30 AM - Lady Chapel
Sung Mass (with choir) - 10:30 AM
Children are welcome to attend our Sunday school which is held during our 10:30 AM service.
Midweek Mass - 12:45 PM - Lady Chapel
Choral Evensong - 7 PM - Fourth Thursday of the month between September-June.
We worship predominantly in the English language.
Christians from other Christian denominations, who would normally receive Communion in their own church, are welcome to receive Communion with us.
An Anglican congregation has been worshipping together in the city of Rome since 1816. For over 120 years we have gathered in our church with its red brick and its white spire here on Via del Babuino. Like many other Anglican congregations on the European continent, All Saints’ Church gathers an eclectic mix of expatriated employees of international companies, people working locally in Rome, diplomatic personnel from embassies, visiting scholars and international students. We are joined each Sunday by a healthy community of tourists and pilgrims. If you are in Rome for a short or extended period, then we think you could find a church home with us. This is where you belong.
We are one of the churches of the Church of England's Diocese in Europe. Along with our sister churches, in communion with the See of Canterbury, we attempt to make Christ known and to gather a varied community of people into one worshipping community.
We are young and old;
we are racially diverse
we speak a variety of mother tongues;
we are single or partnered;
employed or unemployed;
well-versed in church life or just starting out.
The best way to get to know us is simply to join us on a Sunday. You would be most welcome.
Visiting The Church
You are welcome to visit the Church building during the week, we are usually open everyday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
For more details regarding visiting the Church, please see our Visiting Page.
We have a growing Sunday School community in our Church run by qualified Church leaders.
Children are welcome to attend our Sunday School, which takes place during our 10:30 AM services during term time.
Our Parish Team
The church is located at the Via del Babuino, 153, in the centre of Rome. Via del Babuino runs from the Spanish Steps (Piazza di Spagna) to the Piazza del Popolo. From the Spanish Steps (nearest metro "Spagna"), turn right towards Piazza del Popolo and the Church is on the left at number 153.
+39 06 36001881