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Sunday, October 24th – Puerto del Carmen at 12.30 pm and Playa Blanca at 5.00 pm
Join us for our Services this Sunday at 12.30pm and / or at 5.00 pm – All are welcome!

Ongoing appeal for non-perishables. Please bring whatever you can to support.
Please get in touch with us for more information about future services or check back regularly.
Strict social distance as well as all other hygiene and safety measures still have to be adhered to by everyone.
Please remember to bring your own books if possible
Masks have to be worn covering nose, mouth and chin at all times.

Our LRS#25 for the 20th Sunday after Trinity

Heavenly Father, Lord of sea and sky,
Thank you that You are sovereign over all creation.
But because our earth is fallen and flawed, and for reasons we do not always understand, natural disasters are allowed to happen – disasters that sometimes cause injury and devastation. Your Word tells us that no matter what our circumstances are we can take both big and small things to You in prayer and that You will hear us. Lord, we thank You that no one has been killed from the volcanic eruption on La Palma and we pray it stays that way.

Please keep your people on La Palma safe during this time of uncertainty. God, we also pray that this volcanic eruption would cease quickly so that people would be able to return to their homes.

In the name of Your precious Son, Jesus Christ, Amen.

On Sunday, September 19th, we had the pleasure to have Padre Agustín Lasso with us to con-celebrate our Service of Holy Communion.
A wonderful service with tears and laughter, the Gospel read in English and Spanish and a heartfelt address full of brotherhood and gratitude to send our brother in Christ on to his new post on Gran Canaria. Tom, our youngest member, helped Fr Stan to hand over our gift.
The new Spanish Catholic priest will soon be installed and we have already welcomed Padre Adrian as a brother in Christ.

Our latest LIVING ROOM SERVICE#25 has been published for the 20th Sunday after Trinity, October 17, 2021!

We provide recorded services that can be watched anytime – easily accessible here on our website and on youtube (Anglican Parish Lanzarote).
Please join in our online worships and pass the links on.

Our October Newsletter is now online for you to read.

Our crafting ladies decided on a later start!
If you want to join our ‘Knit and Natter’ sessions, please get in touch or show up at Chaplaincy House and Centre on Thursdays – now at 11.00 am.
All are welcome.

Diane’s daughter, Helen, was airlifted to Gran Canaria late on the night of June 21 for emergency spinal surgery. The surgery took place on June 22 and is followed by a long treatment. Please take a moment and pray with us for Helen, her daughter Danielle who is with her in GC and for Diane Moody who is one of our Council members here on Lanzarote.

This year’s ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING took place on May 25th at 7.00 pm in the Church in Puerto del Carmen.
The Chaplaincy provided information by public notice in our church information windows, at Chaplaincy House and Centre and by email to all on the 2021 Electoral Roll.
For any enquiries, please contact Fr Stan.

Please get in touch for any kind of pastoral care and be invited to worship with us online.

April 10, 2021 marked the 2nd anniversary of our Chaplain’s installation. At the end of the service in Puerto del Carmen, on behalf of the wider church family, Council member Chris Ewington expressed our gratitude for all the hard work and tireless ministry – all through lockdown – and presented Fr. Stan and his wife Rosemary with a gift to say thank you.

We provide a monthly Newsletter with information and reports on our Chaplaincy’s life.
Read our Newsletter

SYNOD 2021:
Marilyn Forder, one of our Lay Synod Representatives, gives her summary of this year’s Synod which took place on zoom.
Archbishop Stephen Cottrell spoke of ‘Opening a door of hope – sharing the gospel in a world of restrictions’. 
You can watch this video of his presentation here.

The Diocese in Europe held an online Ash Wednesday Service chaired by Bishop Robert Innes on February 17th.
You can still watch this service via youtube. Our CWL Sunny was asked to do a reading in this service.

(all activities suspended at the moment – but will recommence as soon as restrictions are lifted again)
– Craft Classes
– Spanish Conversation Classes
– Cake & Chat
– Daily Fitness Walks
… and join us, if you want. It’s never too late to start.
For more info, dates and pictures, click here.

We want to share with you our Suffragan Bishop’s blog entry for November 2, 2020. After the cancellation of his visit to Lanzarote due to travel restrictions, he dedicated his daily post to share the news from our Parish, our work and our plans for the future. We look forward to welcoming Bishop David back to Lanzarote as soon as possible and give thanks for his ongoing support.
Link to Bishop David’s blog

On Monday, September 28th 2020, we received the authorization from our Archdeacon David Waller for our Council member Sunny Schwarz to carry out the duties of a Congregational Worship Leader: Leading Morning and Evening Prayer and Services that comply with the Common Worship Provisions of a Service of the Word.

British Consulate Group welcomed to Chaplaincy Centre
The British Vice Consul for the province of Las Palmas – Jackie Stevenson, and Victoria Innes, a case worker for the Consulate, together with the Honorary British Consul, Sue Thain, were welcomed by the Chaplain – Fr Stan Evans and his wife Rosemary, together with the Secretary, Sunny Schwarz, to the Chaplaincy House and Centre on Friday 11th September.

The visit was arranged to share and network on the various ways in which the Consulate and Centre can work together to help meet the needs of those affected by Covid19 and their families which are under pressure.

Fr Stan stressed his emphasis on the Church being able to serve the local community and agreed to explore further ways in which the Centre can be used for that purpose.

Jackie Stevenson thanked the Chaplain for the support given over recent months for those who found themselves in hospital or stranded through lockdown. It was agreed that all work in partnership to further a ‘network’ of care, working closely at this demanding time.

From left to right: Victoria Innes, Jackie Stevenson, Revd Stan Evans, Sue Thain

Please have a look at our Prayer Candles that are now available.
Information & video link

A warm welcome to all our new and old visitors from all over the world!

We don’t know how you found our website but are thankful you did and hope you enjoy our homepage.

Please be assured that you can get in touch with us whenever you need to – not only by joining our services in church and by watching our online services but also over the phone and by email.
Wherever you are from, whether we’ve met in person before or not, whatever your nationality or denomination – our door is always open!
It is our main goal to not leave anybody behind and to work together towards a new and revived church. With your help, we will achieve to buy the new Chaplaincy Centre which will allow us to offer manifold new activities for all – locally and online – and invite you to them whenever you are on this beautiful island.
If you want to support us, please use any of our accounts for a donation.
Every little bit helps. Thank you!

If there is any information you miss or if you want to get in touch with us personally, don’t hesitate but call or email us and we will be there for you.
We are a parish with a mission as we seek to further God’s Kingdom on our islands, in fellowship with our sister churches here on Lanzarote. We aim to work closely with the other churches, to offer a united and friendly welcome to people from all over the world, and we are blessed to have so many visitors to our worship. This brings to us a wonderful diversity of culture and language in which we rejoice and give thanks to God, for the diversity of His creation. We are blessed too, to have a regular congregation, who support the ministry and mission of the Chaplaincy. Whether you are a long-term or new resident, a regular visitor, or simply here on holiday, please be assured of a very warm welcome at all our services and events. We love to hear from visitors who have shared worship with us, and do let us know if you are thinking of joining us for worship when you come on holiday to Lanzarote. Our website contains lots of information about us, and whom to contact.