All Saints Amsterdam

Come join us in the heart of Amsterdam’s Museum Quarter as we gather together around the Lord’s table. All Saints is not yet an established church; we are an inclusive and affirming fellowship of English speakers – expats, Dutch locals, and tourists – who appreciate a time of thoughtful, reflective worship. We are led by Reverend Canon Mpho Tutu van Furth and Reverend Howie Adan, both experienced Episcopal / Anglican priests, drawing on a range of modern and ancient liturgies and music.

The next service will be Easter Sunday, 9 April at 18:00 (see map at the foot of the page).

Please note that there will be a simple bring & share ‘borrel’ in the church hall after the service. As you are able, bring an appetiser or snack to share, and maybe a favourite drink. Thank you!

For queries, please contact:

All Saints Amsterdam meets on the second Sunday of the month at 18:00 (6:00 PM) at Ruysdaelstraat 37, 1071 XA Amsterdam (the parish of the Old Catholic Church). Trams 3, 5 and 12 stop nearby at the Roelof Hartplein, a short walk away.

“All Saints, Second Sunday, Six O’Clock”

The Reverend Canon Mpho Tutu van Furth is an episcopal priest, an artist, an author, an accomplished public speaker and retreat facilitator. She was the founding executive director of the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation. With her wife, Marceline she has established and is Executive Director of the Tutu Teach Foundation to enhance access to opportunity for women and girls. Ms. Tutu van Furth and her wife live in the Netherlands. They have four children and two (amazing) grandchildren.

The Reverend Howie Adan is a priest of the Anglican Church of Canada and has many years of ministry experience on three continents. He has lived on and off in the Netherlands since 1984 and his last full-time position was that of Head of Multi Faith Chaplaincy at Heathrow Airport, London, UK. Howie is married to Renata, an educator in a local Dutch primary school, and together they have four grown daughters and 11 (!) grandchildren.



Children are most welcome under the supervision of their guardian. We do not have a separate children’s program but will include them in our worship as they are willing and able.


A wheelchair ramp is available.

Linger Longer

After worship we may have a pot luck dinner together, or we may go for a drink and a bite at the grand cafe across the street; nothing fancy, just an opportunity to get to know each other a bit better.


Address: Old Catholic Church, Ruysdaelstraat 37, 1071 XA Amsterdam

Transport: Trams 3, 5 and 12 to Roelof Hartplein. Or walk from the Museumplein (5 minutes).