All Saints’ Church is a typical red brick church, the building is neo-Gothic, the hall is covered with wooden floors, beautiful stained glass windows and benches that are generally different from the Catholic Church, but fish stuffed chairs are arranged in Rome. It is rare, the gate is an elegant Gothic arch.
The feeling of the palace group is still quite shocking, but the fact that there are so few people makes it look cold. As a typical English-style church, some of the monuments here also have records about their own national history. Naturally, the Anglican church has become an important local music attraction without any controversy.
All Saints' Church is an active English-speaking congregation representing the Anglican Communion in Rome, Italy.The church building is a very fine red-brick construction in a neo-gothic style, situated in the Via del Babuino just around the corner from Piazza del Popolo and a 5 minute walk from the Spanish steps. The congregation has a children's sunday school with English speaking teachers and also a corner in the church where children can sit and color in or quietly play. It has quite a lot of international visitors who are always welcome and after each service they have refreshments in the church garden during warmer months so you can mingle with other English speaking people while there. The church is highly respected by the Italian community and if you are a Christian coming here on a Sunday would be like a home from home but in the loveliness of Rome!!!
A very beautiful church with beautiful stained glass windows and it feels like it’s in the English countryside