Welcome to Tenerife Family Church

in Las Americas!

Services are currently suspended due to Covid-19

Rachel Scott leads the services in Las Americas alongside other members of our core leadership team. Each of our locations have the same ethos, values and culture yet a slightly different vibe. Las Americas is an informal, cell-group type of gathering where you will find some people from our morning services, some tourists and some from the local community. This can make for an interesting mix and some lively discussions but we love it and we always experience a powerful

sense of Gods presence here.

We have attempted to answer the most common questions about what to expect on a Sunday in Las Americas but please feel free to drop us a line if there is anything else we can help you with!

Where and When do you meet?

Our services take place on Sunday evenings at 6pm every other week. (Basically if it is an odd numbered week of the year, we will be meeting). We meet at The Living Room which is opposite the strip of bars and clubs known as “Veronicas”. We are above a Chinese restaurant called “Merlion” and you will find our entrance to the right of this restaurant at the top of a flight of stairs. ( Click here for directions and pictures of our main entrance). If you would like to attend and are struggling with transport, please contact us as lifts are often available.

Where can I park?

Free roadside parking is available in Las Americas and several free car parks. Please be careful when parking and check for blue road signs carefully. These mean that spaces are restricted on certain days and between certain hours and they often confuse people resulting in cars being towed. If you are concerned just check with us when you arrive!

What happens on a Sunday?

We know that visiting a new church can often be intimidating so don’t worry, we won’t ask you to raise your hand as our guest or do anything that will embarrass or single you out in any way. So, on arrival, feel free to take a seat anywhere, we will play a few songs, have a short time of prayer and each week's message lasts for about 30 minutes. At the end of the meeting, we often stay around for tea and coffee and a chat and we would love to get to know you! ( click here for the more detailed version!)

What do you do for Kids?

Children are very welcome to attend however we do not run any kind of Kids work at this venue. Young children would also need to be closely supervised by parents as the stairs and outside terrace have quite a hazardous drop.

What should I wear?

We're more concerned with people's hearts than what they are wearing! Our dress code is simple: wear something. Most people dress casually but feel free to wear whatever you feel comfortable in.

Will anyone speak to me?

We love welcoming new people and getting to know them and we definitely would like to say hello! Don't worry though, we won't embarrass you or single you out in any way. We have tea and coffee before and after the meeting and we love to stay around and get to know visitors so feel free to join us – or to get back to your hotel if dinner is being served! If you need anything else at all throughout the evening— a Bible, or a pen or a glass of water —just ask anyone, we’re a friendly bunch, and we’d love to serve you!

Can I attend if I'm _____

Fill in the blank with whatever fear you have about not being accepted: divorced, a single parent, broke, an addict, bi-racial, a skeptic, etc. Everyone is welcome at Tenerife Family Church. In fact, we’re all broken people! There are people attending Tenerife Family Church who have major hurts, habits, and hang-ups. We’re a community of people who don’t have it all together but are discovering what it means to find life in Jesus, to follow him fully, to break free from our past, and to walk in victory together. That’s who we are... so come as YOU are, and we’ll see you on Sunday!

Are your services translated?

All our services are in English at the moment. However we are a very multi-cultural church and many different nations are represented in our church. We have found that most of these meet at our Silencio location, from Spanish, English, Italian, Polish, Lithuanian, Nigerian, Welsh, to Colombian and more! We don't translate our services there either yet but there may be individuals who can help you there on the day you attend!

Is there any access for the disabled?

Unfortunately not. The Living Room is up a fair amount of stairs and so inaccessible for those who are not as able.

Ask a Question?

Still have questions? We would love to hear from you! Click here to contact our Las Americas Team.