Church of England Diocese in Europe

Christ Church Vienna

Christ Church, the Anglican Church in Vienna, seeks to be a welcoming and caring church, providing a spiritual home for all generations that respects diversity and invites people from every walk of life to worship God, to grow as Christians in faith and understanding as well as to participate in God’s mission to the world. We hope you will be able to come and visit.

08.30 — BCP Holy Communion (in person)
10.30 — Eucharist (in person and live-streamed via Zoom and Facebook)
18.00 — Six O'clock Service (in person, September through June)

8.30 — Morning Prayer (in person)
18.15 — Evening Prayer

09.30 — Eucharist (in person)

18.15 — Evening Prayer (on Zoom)

Please contact our Chaplain, Revd Canon Patrick Curran ([email protected]), for details as to how to connect. We hope that you can join us.

Please note: The Chaplaincy in Vienna is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people, and adults. We follow the House of Bishops guidance and policies. The Diocese of Europe’s safeguarding pages also contain links and information including contacts for the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor (DSA). If you are concerned that a child or adult has been harmed or may be at risk of harm please contact the DSA. If you have immediate concerns about the safety of someone, please contact the police and your local authority Children or Adults Services.

You're invited

You are very welcome at our Advent and Christmas services and events – bring your family and friends or come along on your own. Whether it will be your first time at church or you have been before, we look forward to welcoming you!

Get in touch

Christ Church

The Revd Canon Patrick Curran
Christ Church Vienna
Jauresgasse 12
1030 Wien

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Morning Prayer

Every Tuesday at for 30 mins
Christ Church Vienna
Jauresgasse 17-19 1030 Vienna, AT

Every Tuesday morning at 8:30 am, we have a Morning Prayer service that is open to all. Previous experience is not necessary as we love helping people to learn more about the weekly prayer traditions that have been passed down as part of our Anglican heritage.