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About our Church

History of St Andrew's

A church by the sea…..In the 19th Century Puerto Pollensa was a small fishing village.  Local people worshipped at the Roman Catholic Church.  As time passed a few tourists, artists and writers came and made their home here.  An Anglican Church was formed on the island: the Parish of St Philips & St James, in Palma.  It was consecrated in 1966 and monthly services were held with the outlying villages. 

In 1985 St Andrew's was born and in 2013 moved from the Roman Catholic church building to the current place of worship.

Our Heritage

We are an Anglican church, part of the Chaplaincy of Mallorca in the Diocese of Europe.  Our services are in English.

Our tradition is evangelical; we celebrate the Eucharist every week; our worship is a mix of hymns and contemporary music. 

We have a strong culture of welcome: our congregation is a blend of local residents, regular visitors and those visiting on holiday.

Our Vision

Learning to love one another with the love of Jesus and reaching out to the community where we live.

As a church, we exist to create a place where people can meet Jesus, find community and grow as disciples.

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