Anglican Church in Sofia

Welcome to the Anglican Church in Sofia, a warm and inclusive community nestled in the heart of Bulgaria's vibrant capital.

Our church is a place where people from various backgrounds come together to explore their faith, find spiritual nourishment, and build meaningful connections.

All services and events are conducted in English.

Join us for worship, fellowship, and a journey of spiritual discovery. We're delighted to have you as part of our community.

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Bob Hall

5 Oberishte Street

Bob Hall, Licenced Lay Minister

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Embark on a Spiritual Journey: "One God, Two Testaments" 📚✨

Every Thursday at for 1 hour
Costa Coffee
Costa Coffee, Paradise Center, Blvd. "Cherni vrah" 100, Sofia, 1407, Bulgaria

Join us at Java & Jesus for a transformative ten-week series, "One God, Two Testaments: Unveiling the Consistency of the Bible," beginning Thursday, 11 April. As we welcome the renewal that spring brings, dive into an exploration of God’s unwavering love and promises that span from the Old to the New Testament.

When: Starts Thursday, 11 April, 7pm - 8pm
Where: Costa Coffee, Paradise Center, Blvd. "Cherni vrah" 100, 1407, Sofia

Discover the deep unity of Scripture through sessions that illuminate God's consistent character, His covenant relationship with humanity, and His grand narrative of redemption. From the "Seamless Story of God's Love" to the "Lifelong Journey: Evangelism as a Way of Life," each week unveils a facet of the Bible's integrated message:

Week 1. Introduction: The Seamless Story of God's Love - Understanding the Bible’s unified narrative.
Week 2. Promises Made, Promises Kept - Exploring the fulfilment of God's promises through Christ.
Week 3. The Essence of the Law - Love - Jesus' simplification of the law into love for God and neighbour.
Week 4. Miracles and the Power of God - Witnessing God's power across both Testaments.
Week 5. Prophets as Messengers and the Fulfillment in Christ - Connecting prophetic messages to their fulfilment in Jesus.
Week 6. Themes of Redemption and the Unfolding Plan of Salvation - Tracing the red thread of redemption.
Week 7. The Covenant Relationship - From Old to New - Understanding God's covenants with humanity.
Week 8. The Character of God - Consistent from Beginning to End - Delving into the consistent nature of God’s character.
Week 9. The Role of Faith and Obedience - Reflecting on the intertwined roles of faith and obedience.
Week 10. The Lifelong Journey: Evangelism as a Way of Life - Embracing evangelism in our daily lives.

Whether you’re a longtime believer or exploring faith for the first time, "One God, Two Testaments" welcomes you into a supportive community eager to journey through Scripture together. Enjoy warm fellowship and spring-inspired beverages in an inclusive atmosphere. ☕️👫

For more details and to join our vibrant community, visit:

#JavaAndJesus #OneGodTwoTestaments #SpiritualJourney #FaithInAction #CommunitySpirit #SofiaBibleStudy

Don’t miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding of the Bible’s unified message. We look forward to welcoming you on Thursday, 11 April, for this journey of discovery, connection, and inspiration. 🌟📖

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Everyday faith

Discover how we can support you to find and follow God in your everyday life.

TKC Prayer Journal 2024 WEB V1.pdf

The Anglican Church in Sofia is proud to participate in the global "Thy Kingdom Come" prayer movement from 9 May to 19 May.


Our Anglican Community in Sofia is committed to safeguarding children, young people and adults from harm. We follow the House of Bishops guidance and policies and have our own Parish Safeguarding Officer (PSO). Our Diocese of Europe’s safeguarding pages contain vital links and information including contacts for the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor who advises our PSO. If you are concerned that a child or adult has been harmed or may be at risk of harm please contact the PSO or the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor. If you have immediate concerns about the safety of someone, please contact the police and your local authority’s children or adult social care services

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