Church services change of venue



St. James’s Church, which is part of the Church of England Fuerteventura Chaplaincy, has moved to a new venue due the the commencement of the refurbishment at Cotillo Beach Hotel, which was their previous venue. 

Until further notice they will be holding their English language services in El Toston Bar in the old harbour of El Cotillo. 

Sunday morning at 11.00 they will be holding their usual service and all are welcome regardless of nationality, or denomination. The service lasts about 45 minutes and is following by coffee etc. 

If you need any further information visit their website at for contact details. 

Church services change of venue

One response to “Church services change of venue”

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    Tom Thompson

    With the current restrictions, St. James is only available on line at the moment. Refer to the website: for links to the YouTube channel and information on virtual meetings.

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