All Saints Anglican Church
All Saints – Beirut celebrates its hundredth anniversary this year. The church was founded by the sea shore close to Beirut Port in order to serve the seafarers. It became then a church for the international English speaking community.
The Arab local congregation was established by the Palestinian refugees who were forced out of their land and homes in 1948. Many Lebanese families who came back to Lebanon from Palestine, where they became Anglicans, joined the church since then. All Saints is one of 27 Anglican/Episcopal churches in the Diocese of Jerusalem and the Middle East. All Saints is the only Anglican Church in Lebanon.
Its unique location, history and tradition make of All Saints a positive addition to the Lebanese diverse society.