Worship at ACB

The Anglican Church offers a variety of services to meet the needs of a dynamic community.

We do not own a church building - our Sunday services are held in two different locations in the city.
Click on the links below to find out more about each of our services.


 

10:30 Service

Our mid-morning service takes place at the Adventhaus  at Rümelinbachweg 60, Basel.The service is non-traditional in style and designed with families in mind.

Children’s ministry meets weekly during the service except on the first Sunday of the month when there is an All Age service. There is also a crèche room adjacent to the church where parents can see and hear the service whilst their toddlers play.

Refreshments are served in the basement after the service.

 

Normal Pattern of Services:

First Sunday     - All Age Morning worship

Second Sunday - Holy Communion with Children's Ministry

Third Sunday    - Morning Worship with Children's Ministry

Fourth Sunday  - Holy Communion with Children's Ministry

 

Getting there:

The 10.30 service is held at the Adventhaus, this is located at Rümelinbachweg 60, Basel.            

It's close to the lower level entrance of the Rialto swimming pool and the Zoo car park.

 

Access: 

Wheelchair access to worship area, ground floor and disabled toilet.

 

Nearest tram stops:

Zoo Bachletten, trams 1 & 8

Zoo, tram 10

 

Parking: 

Zoo car park (2 minutes), 

Elizabethan car park  (8 minutes)

18:00 Service

Our traditional style evening services take place at the St Nicholas Chapel.

They alternate between:

-  and Holy Communion - Common Worship
  (1st and 3rd Sundays in the month)
-  Evening Prayer - Book of Common Prayer
   (normally 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month),

The choir is open to all who enjoy singing traditional church choral music and leading others in worship. Refreshments are served after the service in the Katharinakapelle opposite.

Although there is no Children’s Ministry at the Evening Service, all ages are welcome and the congregation includes children and young people.

Getting there:

The St Nicholas Chapel is situated at the back of the Cathedral cloisters, to the right of the front of the Münster, just off the Münsterplatz on Rittergasse.
                                                                            

Access:  

Ramp into the cloisters,  
and one step into Chapel

 

Nearest Tram stops:

Kunstmuseum: trams 2 & 15
Bankverein trams: 3, 8, 10, 11 & 14
Barfüsserplatz trams: 6 & 16

 

Parking:

There is no parking at the Chapel

08:00 Monthly Holy Communion

This is a traditional, spoken, Holy Communion service according to the Book of Common Prayer which takes place at the St. Nicholas Chapel on the first Sunday of the month only.

 

Getting there:

The St Nicholas Chapel is situated at the back of the Cathedral cloisters, to the right of the front of the Münster, just off the Münsterplatz on Rittergasse.
The Chapel door is at the centre back of this picture.

 

Access:  

Ramp into the cloisters,  
and one step into Chapel

 

Nearest Tram stops:

Kunstmuseum: trams 2 & 15
Bankverein trams: 3, 8, 10, 11 & 14
Barfüsserplatz trams: 6 & 16

 

Parking:

There is no parking at the Chapel

Mid-Week Holy Communion


This is a traditional, spoken, Holy Communion service according to the Book of Common Prayer.
It usually takes place in the Church House on the third Thursday of the month and is followed by a light lunch.

 

Getting there: 

Church House
St. Johanns-RIng 92
4056 Basel

 

Access:

There are 6 steps up into the house from the road

 

Public Transport:

  • Trams 1 & 3 to Burgfeldenplatz

  • Buses 31, 36, & 38 to Metzerstrasse

Parking: 

Limited on street parking only