The Reformed Episcopal Church of Spain (of which I am a clergy member) published this booklet some decades ago. It really needs to be updated! However, there is little information available about the Anglican Cathedral of the Redeemer in Madrid, so I thought I would make this booklet available to any researcher or curious party. I scanned it and it can now be found at Scribd. Also, check out the cathedral’s homepage.
I hope to post some more pictures of the cathedral church soon. For now, here is the altar and the cathedra.
This is where I serve as deacon and we have some eight services per week.
- Morning prayer at 9 AM from Tuesday through Friday.
- Evening prayer on Wednesday at 5:00 and Saturday at 6:30.
- Sunday mornings at 11:30 we alternate between Morning Prayer and Communion
- Sunday night at 9:00 we have our Taizé worship. (Though once November comes that will be moved to 8 pm.)
However, I noted that Wikipedia did not have a page for our cathedral, in English at least. It was there in Spanish. Having composed pages for other previous churches in the Diocese of Jerusalem, I thought I would compose this one too.
So here is the new Wikipedia page, which I hope to expand: Anglican Cathedral of the Redeemer.
So we’re settling down nicely in Madrid. Got a bank account and will hopefully have a flat some time next week. My work here is related to ministry and education, which is pretty much what I’ve been doing since we moved to Nazareth back in 2008.
I’m pleased to be serving as deacon at the Cathedral Church of the Redeemer (Iglesia Catedral del Redentor). This is the only cathedral church of the Reformed Episcopal Church of Spain (Iglesia Española Reformada Episcopal). This is the oldest Protestant church in the country. What privilege to serve at such a historical church. Here are a couple pictures, and then a couple family pictures too.
We recently arrived in Madrid and I felt like posting a fw pictures from here. I have taken pictures of various places that denote the strong Latin American presence here, though I have also seen many signs with Arabic of Islamic terms as well.
From top to bottom: Need Santeria? We got it right here in Madrid. Middle: My daughter with a traditional breakfast of churros and hot chocolate. Bottom: “Restaurante Aroma Latina”. Lots of dishes from (I think) Puert Rico and/or the Dominican Republic.