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.