We invite you to join us for Holy Mass on Sundays at 10 am. The service is currently held in observance of the current Covid-19 restrictions, meaning that medical face coverings are mandatory and the coffee hour in our community hall cannot take place until further notice.
The All Saints Catholic Community is a fully integrated, multicultural community with English as its unifying language. It is an open, warm, welcoming, inclusive community that prays together and celebrates its unity in diversity. Our congregation is composed of faithful people committed to worship in English in Germany’s capital. We welcome new Eucharistic ministers, servers, lectors, hospitality providers, greeters, choir members – those who make our religious life active and colorful and our worship fitting to its purpose. Our community is based on the principle that we, the community, willingly take on responsibilities of funding our community and supporting our Celebrants.
Situated in one of Berlin’s most picturesque districts, Dahlem, our facility includes a modern church, a Blessed Sacrament Chapel, offices, meeting rooms, a community hall with a kitchen and outdoor facilities where many of our social events take place, weather permitting. We are a member of the English-speaking Mission of the Archdiocese Berlin-Brandenburg whose members include St. Bernhard, St. Elisabeth, St. Judas Thaddäus and the Filipino Community at the Heilig Geist Church. The Rector Ecclesiae of the English-speaking Mission is Father Sylvester Ajunwa.
We look forward to meeting you at All Saints Catholic Community.
Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic situation we have to announce the following:
How to join the Celebration of the Eucharist in All Saints from Sunday, Nov 28th on
Sunday 10 am and all other Eucharists
2G (genesen – ge-impft / recovered – vaccinated)
Please come very punctually (or early) and keep the necessary papers ready.
This way, you facilitate the work of the volunteers in our welcoming team
1 Control of certificate (2G: recovery or vaccination)
- Digital vaccination certificate (smartphone)
- or: Certificate of recovery (max. 6 months old)
- Identity card / passport
2 Check in - contact tracking
- digital with app
- analogue on list on paper
3 In the church
- Distance - 1.5m in all directions
- medical mask (preferably FFP2)
Anybody unable to attend in-person mass with 2G compliance has the following options:
- St Bernard's offers a 3G option at 11 am.
- Fr. Leo Penta offers an online mass. Use the follwing details:
Meeting ID: 869 7973 9124
Practicing GG (recovered – vaccinated) means excluding certain people from the liturgy - which we all suffer as a deeply unChristian practice. But practising GG is also a valuable act of charity towards those who come to celebrate the liturgy. We must care for one another. That is what the Lord Jesus expects from everyone. Therefore, nobody should feel entitled to run any (avoidable) risk that might endanger anyone anywhere, and in particular in our congregation. Consequently, the ESM asks all its members to acknowledge our Christian duty of loving regard for "our neighbour", and willingly to accept the Archbishop's regulations during the actual corona situation.