The Anglican Church in Finland was founded by refugees from St. Petersburg, fleeing the Revolution. Over 90 years later, it continues to be a place for people seeking refuge.We strive to be a place where people can come as they are, where they can lay their burdens at the foot of the cross, and be uplifted by the community of believers that gather each Sunday at Mikael Agricola Church at 10:00am.
Throughout the years, the Anglican Church in Finland has expanded to cities all over the country. In addition to St. Nicholas Chaplaincy, the “mother congregation” for all the Anglican communities in Finland, there are three other congregations with their own Electoral Roll and Churchwardens: the White Nile Congregation in Vaasa, the International Congregation of Christ the King, Tampere and SS Timothy and Titus, Tallinn, Estonia. Additionally, regular Eucharists are celebrated in Turku, Salo, Espoo and Kuopio.