Attend The Best Church Celebration Of St Laurence In Lanzarote This August

Jul 24, 2020

A celebration of St Laurence will be held at the Anglican Church of St Laurence in Lanzarote this August. The date has been announced as Monday, 10th and is open to all. Social distancing guidelines are in place until further notice.

Do you want to celebrate the life of St Laurence this August? Are you based in Lanzarote? Do you want to join a welcoming and friendly congregation? If you have answered ‘yes’, this is the church for you!

The Anglican Church of St Laurence in Lanzarote has announced the date for its celebration of its patron saint, St Laurence. The event, which will be taking place on Monday, 10th August 2020, is open to all.

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As you may be aware, the newly announced event will be a celebration of the life and witness of St Laurence. The church prides itself on being available to everyone. Whether you want to worship, light a candle, say a silent prayer, or you just want to enjoy company among like-minded individuals. You and your family, and children of all ages, are welcome.

After the service, coffee will be available for you. Everyone is welcome, however, the church kindly requests that if you are planning to attend, let them know in advance so they can adhere to all safety and social distancing measures. You are invited to bring your own face mask or covering as sanitizer will be available for you at the door.

The Anglican Church of St Laurence has one main goal; not to leave anybody behind. The church is working towards a new and revived church that is accessible to all – whether online or in person. During lockdown, the church has offered several virtual online services to support you while you have been praying at home.

As you may be aware, as of July 5th, 2020, Sunday Services in the church in Puerto del Carmen have resumed. Again, if you are planning on attending, you are advised to wear a nose and mouth covering throughout the service and are politely asked to maintain any social distancing practices in place.

A spokesperson said: “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.”

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