Church of England Diocese in Europe

Christ Church Vienna

Welcome to our 'A Church Near You' page. Christ Church, the Anglican/Episcopal 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. 

Christ Church Vienna is part of the Church of England's Diocese in Europe. Here you will find details of our upcoming services and events. Further information can be found on our Facebook (ChristChurchVienna) and Twitter (@CCVienna) pages. 

In line with the advice of the Austrian government, and in collaboration with other churches in Vienna, PUBLIC WORSHIP SERVICES in the church building HAVE RESUMED ON SUNDAY 17TH MAY. 

Please take note of our amended service times for July and August:


09.00 Said Eucharist (BCP, 1662)

10.30 Sung Eucharist (CW), which is also available as a livestream via Zoom. 


09.30 Said Eucharist.

Midweek prayer services (Tuesday at 08.30 and 18.15, Thursday at 18.15) continue to take place online via Zoom. 

Please contact our Chaplain, Fr. Patrick Curran, [email protected], for details as to how to connect. We hope that you can join us, either  online or in person; may God bless you all, and be assured of our prayers for you, during these uncertain times. 

Get in touch

Christ Church

The Rev'd Canon Patrick Curran, Christ Church, c/o Jauresgasse 12, 1030 Wien

Our website

Six O'Clock Service (Jazz Infused)

Every Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth Sunday at 5:45 p.m. for 1hr 15m

Jauresgasse 17-19,

A more contemporary, jazz-infused setting of the traditional Eucharistic service. We are accompanied in our worship by our jazz musicians and soloist. Followed by a free supper in the Church Centre.

All age/Family Refreshments Eucharist/Holy Communion Common Worship Music Event held in a Church

English-speaking Christians from across the city gathered to commemorate the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ together

26 Apr 2019, 9:12 p.m.