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Enfusion Choir at Santa Margarita

The Anglican Church in Menorca is part of the Diocese in Europe of the Church of England.
The church is located in Es Castell, at C/Stuart, 20 (see Location for details).

Details of worship during Advent & Christmas may be found here.

Worship takes place every Sunday at 9:00 and 11.00 am, using the Holy Communion service from Common Worship of the Church of England. After the 11:00 am service, there is social time with conversation, tea, coffee and biscuits.

There is a service of Holy Communion, using the Book of Common Prayer, every Wednesday at 11:00 am.  Healing prayer, usually with Holy Communion, is offered on Fridays at 11:00 am.

Continuing on 30 December there will be a service of Holy Communion at the church of Sant Francesc in Ciutadella (see picture at left) at 17:00 – usually on the last Sunday of each month.

There is a family service in Ciutadella, “Small Saints,” normally on the third Saturday of each month at noon, continuing on 19 January 2019 at the chapel of the Carmelitas in Ciutadella (Christingles & Carols in December).

There is a programme for children (“Footsteps”) available every Sunday during the 11:00 service in Es Castell.  And the JaFfA Club meets monthly – an opportunity to have some fun while exploring a biblical or seasonal theme.

Forthcoming Events

Please contact the church if you need more information.

  • 14 December: 13:30, Advent Lunch at Taskeria in Es Castell (within Asociación de Vecinos).
  • 15 December: 12:00, lessons & carols in Ciutadella at the chapel of the Carmelitas.
  • 16 December: 18:00, lessons & carols in Santa Margarita, followed by mulled wine & mince pies.
  • 3-5 May 2019: at the Salesian Retreat Centre Of Martí-Codolar in Barcelona, residential seminar with Bishop David Hamid, together with other chaplaincies from the Archdeaconry.

Santa Margarita is grateful to those who help to support the mission and work of our church.

Maria Bonita, Restaurant, Port of Mahón

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