Knowing Jesus Fully,
Making Jesus FULLY Known.
Christ Church Naples!
COVID-19 UPDATE (Tuesday 09 September 2020):
We are delighted to announce that we are Open!!!
Christ Church Naples will be holding Morning Prayer on Sunday 13th September and Sunday 20th September.
We are even more delighted to announce that on Sunday 27th September we will be welcoming our new Chaplain, Rev Jules Cave, so we will be holding a Holy Communion service.
Please come and join us if you can, as we come back together as a community and welcome Jules to Christ Church.
We are an English-speaking Anglican church located in the heart of Naples, Italy. Come stop by!
ATTEND A SERVICE
Looking for a home church in Napoli or even just coming through town? Join us Sundays at 10:30am.
Missed a Sunday?
Now you can access any of our past sermons on our website or our channel on SoundCloud.
Whether it be volunteering or donating financially, there are lots of ways to get involved.
ONE CHURCH. MANY NATIONS.
Christ Church Naples is made up of a diverse group of people with various nationalities, languages, and cultures. We love Jesus and love our city, and we strive to spread hope and Christ’s love in our community here in Napoli.
There are lots of ways to volunteer and give back to our community through Christ Church Naples. Here are just some of the ways you can get involved.
Don’t see what you’re looking for? Let’s chat!
We want everyone who comes to Christ Church to feel valued, nurtured and safe, and we work hard to make this a reality.
If you would like to know more, or have any concerns, please contact our Safeguarding Officer, Leslie, on: email@example.com
We love running Alpha courses and find that many people love coming on them too! They are great if you know nothing about Christianity or want to learn more about the basics. Or if you just want somewhere you can explore or ask questions.
Please contact us if you would like to know more about our next course.
SERVING NAPLES SINCE 1863
Following a handwritten note by Giuseppe Garibaldi gifting the land to the church, this beautiful building as it stands today was built in 1863. The building stood in the aftermath of the unification of Italy and the overthrow of the Bourbon Kingdom of Naples, and it has stood ever since.
Public conscription and government funds contributed to the fine neo-gothic building, designed perhaps more as a statement of British power than to meet the needs of a potential congregation.