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St Andrew's Church, Gibraltar

St Andrew's Church
St Andrew's Church, Gibraltar
View of the Church tower from Governor's Parade.
Location Governor's Parade
Country Gibraltar
Denomination Church of Scotland
Website St Andrew's
Diocese Presbytery of Europe
Minister(s) Ewen Maclean

St Andrew's Church is a congregation of the Church of Scotland in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar and is part of the Presbytery of Europe. The church was opened in 1854. Whilst originally built primarily to serve as a garrison church for Scottish soldiers based in Gibraltar, today it serves the wider Presbyterian and Reformed Christian community of all nationalities.

The church is run by a committee of elders. Until 2008, the church shared its ministers with the Costa del Sol congregation in Spain.[1] As of June 2009 the church's minister is Rev. Ewen Maclean.[1]

The church is located on Governor's Parade, a small square which they share with the Garrison Library, the O'Callaghan Eliott Hotel and the previous location of the Gibraltar Chronicle.


  • Sundays - 10:30
  • Weekdays (open church) - 11:00-13:00


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