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An all-age, living-faith Christian community - English speaking - between Marbella and Gibraltar

Christ's love underpins this church and we guarantee to welcome you wherever you are on your journey

The Church of England's Diocese in Europe WORKING with the UK Methodist church
The Church of England
The Methodist Church

SUNDAY 22nd October


10am San Pedro Anglican Harvest Communion

Midday Sotogrande Anglican Harvest Communion




20th Oct, 6pm, SABINILLAS




500 yrs since Reformation

Sunday 29th Oct, both churches


Marlows, Sat 4th Nov, 11am

Training to be a Congregational Worship Leader


At the Chaplaincy Council in September 2017 there was a discussion about training worship leaders, and some interest was shown in this happening in our Chaplaincy. 

Leading worship is one of the greatest privileges in the church.  It is exciting and God's prompting and calling moves people in the church to respond to this.  A worship leader may work with the Chaplain, locum or reader to prepare and share worship with the congregation at either church.  Worship leaders are authorised to lead Morning or Evening Prayer or Services of the Word.  After the (relatively short) training, worship leaders are authorised by the Archdeacon for a period of three years, renewable.

They are not authorised to preach, but may read sermons prepared by, for example, the Chaplain.  They cannot take funerals, weddings, baptisms or the Eucharist, but can participate in all these in the presence of an authorised person.

The training for a new congregational worship leader is conducted by the Chaplain, and covers the following areas:

a.  The nature of public worship in the Church of England
b.  Voice production and liturgical presence
c.  The lectionary and Church Year
d.  The liturgical resources of the Church of England: The Book of Common Prayer and Common Worship
e.  Principles and guidelines for celebrating Liturgies of the Word
f.   Writing and leading intercessions


Worship leading may be the first step to reader ministry or may be part of God's calling to be a priest.

If you think you may be being called to this ministry, please speak to the Chaplain.

I hope to provide this training over a six week period before Christmas 2017.

Diocesan Policy document  Archdeacon permission request