• Hola from the English-speaking Anglican church on Ibiza and Formentera

    We are an Evangelical Church, which believes that the whole Bible is the inspired Word of God, that God heals today, through our faith in Him, just as He did 2,000 years ago & that we should be walking in & exercising the gifts of the Spirit....& you'll find that we're a really friendly, multinational bunch!!


    Hello Everyone!🌈
    The English Church, here in Ibiza, has decided to start up a WhatsApp messaging service that will send you messages from time to time to remind you of our on-line events such as prayers at 7pm, new talks that Keith posts on the website etc... 
    We think this is a good way of helping our community find moments of unity during this time of isolation. If you would like to be part of the messaging (it's not a group chat, only info will be sent by Alanna).

    Then please message Alanna on 677070683. 
    We hope you are coping 💪🏻 and remember you are not alone through this period of crisis!

    UNTIL AT LEAST THE 11th OF APRIL there will be no church group meetings of any kind. No services, prayer meetings, Alpha course, Coffee & Chat, choir, PCC meetings, AGM - NOTHING

    This request should also be understood as a recommendation not to hold meetings in homes etc., to avoid journeys, and that the members of our church remain in their homes as much as possible, as the authorities are asking, especially the elderly or those with previous or permanent illnesses.


    Please go to our VIDEO page, where Keith introduces himself.

    For on-line services, provided by our Locum Keith Kimber during the shut down due to the Coronavirus emergency, please check out the webpage "Locum Services" and also the Audio page to read and/or listen to the readings, sermon and more.

    Our Locum Chaplain, the Revd. Keith Kimber, writes a regular blog which gives a small look into his 'interesting' time here at Can Bagot, mainly under lock-down. 
    Knowing very few people on Ibiza because he had so recently arrived, being in a strange place, apart from his wife, Clare, who had to remain in Cardiff, this includes Keith being questioned by the police when walking back from a shopping trip to Es Cucó. 


    Obviously, certain things on the list below, compiled by Jarrod Cooper, are not allowed in certain places of lockdown, but may the rest bring you the Lord's peace, His Shalom, in these troubled times.



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