Welcome to Christ The King Anglican Church

We have our Sunday service starting at 10:30 every Sunday morning in the Church in the Park, Almancil. The service is also available on Zoom and afterwards on YouTube via the website, we are able to have Holy Communion – at the present time being socially distanced and using individual small wine glasses. 

Here at Christ The King Anglican Church in the Algarve we run a number of midweek groups and you would be welcome to join us.  You can see exactly what is happening each week by looking at our Calendar page.

During the week there is a Wednesday morning service with Bible study at 10:30 in the Church in the Park, Almancil and on Friday at Tavira  Gardens, Tavira also at 10:30.

We have a number of Home Groups (Branch Groups) who meet on Zoom and do a variety of things, including Bible study and praying for each other.

We regularly run an Alpha course.  If you would like to know more  about this then take a look at our Alpha page and/or contact our Secretary.

We have crafting groups known as the Church Mice that meet regularly.  Everyone is welcome with an opportunity to learn new skills and make new friends. We always need people to make the tea and coffee and other non crafty jobs so you are very welcome to join us for a social time even if crafting isn't your thing. 

We keep our Calendar page as up to date as possible so please check with that, but feel free to contact our Secretary about anything at all and she will do her best to help you.

See you soon – in person or online!

If you are looking at joining us on a Sunday and want to know... What are the services is like? or Will there be something for my children? then just take a look at:

What to expect on a Sunday

Maybe you need to know How do I find the church? On a Sunday we worship in Almancil, you can find directions and a google map on the Finding Us page, take a look here:

Finding us

Whether you are living here in the Algarve permanently, or part-time, we would love you to see Christ The King as part of your family. We have many members who spend parts of the year here in Portugal and parts of the year in the UK, as well as many members who live here full time.

At home, or on a journey?

Or, maybe you are visiting Family in the Algarve and are looking for somewhere to visit? After all, holidays are a gift from God – even the name betrays their spiritual origins. Holy days are part of the rhythm of work and rest; a rhythm that God intended for human flourishing. We don't holiday from God, we holiday with God, and so it makes all the sense in the world for us to meet with His people during our holiday.