Christ Church, the Anglican Church in Vienna (Church of England), seeks to be a welcoming and caring church, providing a spiritual home for all generations that respects diversity and invites people from every walk of life to worship God, to grow as Christians in faith and understanding, as well as to participate in God’s mission to the world.

You can learn more about our mission on our About page.

"Eternal Father, whose Son Jesus Christ ascended to the throne of heaven that he might rule over all things as Lord and King: Keep the Church in the unity of the Spirit and in the bond of peace, and bring the whole created order to worship at his feet; who liveth and reigneth with thee, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever."

—Collect for Christ the King

Graphic Identity
A consistent and visual presentation of all Christ Church media provides clarity, recognition, and a seamless experience for any interaction with the church.These guidelines are to be used as much as possible for documentation and publicity pieced produced by Christ Church and being used for our initiatives. If you have any questions about the implementation of these guidelines, please contact the Church Office.

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Our logo uses the Optima typeface and, as such, this is our preferred typeface for titles and section headings. Our preferred sans-serif body typeface is Calibri (standard with microsoft) and our preferred serif title and body typeface is Palatino Linotype.

Optima TrueType Font Collection
Palatino Linotype


Primary Maroon
Hexadecimal: #a31e4a
CMYK: 27 100 58 15
RGB: 163 30 74

Dark Maroon
Hexadecimal: #62122c
CMYK: 38 96 64 50
RGB: 98 18 44

Light Maroon
Hexadecimal: #b54c6e
CMYK: 27 84 39 4
RGB: 181 76 110

This section is where we will catalogue additional elements of our preferred style at Christ Church.

Christ Church is the official name of the church. In most communications, however, it is preferred to use the title and clarifying secondary line: Christ Church | The Anglican Church in Vienna (CofE). As is typical in the Anglican Communion, it is acceptable to also refer to the church with an appended geographical designation, hence Christ Church Vienna. Accordingly, our preferred acronym is CCV. If using the abbreviation, mark the first use accordingly: "Christ Church Vienna (CCV)."

--Patrick's official title is Canon (do not abbreviate).
--The preferred designation for Reverend is Rev'd or Revd (not Rev.).

Quotation marks (") are for quotations and only quotations (and maybe, if stylistically appropriate, certain titles in bibliographies or citations). They are NEVER for emphasis. If you wish to emphasize something in text, use italics (also know as emphasis in typography). You can also use ALL CAPS or, if needing especially strong emphasis, bold.

In modern typography, multiple spaces between words or sentences is generally unnecessary and/or wrong. It is a vestige of the mechanical typewriter era when typefaces were necessarily monospaced (each character occupies an equally sized space). In that era, spaces between words varied because the last letter of a word may not have occupied the whole space for that character. A double-space between sentences helped the eye catch that a new sentence began. However, since the 1950s, typefaces have generally been proportional rather than monospaced and so spaced between words were uniform. This has been the standard in print and especially on computers since the 1950s, so much so that our eyes are trained to expect it and a double-space slows down our reading. As it is no longer before the 1950s, is is WRONG to use any more than one space between sentences.

Also called the Oxford comma, CCV uses the serial comma. When there are three or more items in a series, put a comma before the and or or that precedes the last item. In case of a series within a series, use semicolons to separate the outer series.

--Monday, 24 September, 1887
--24 September 1887 -- B.C.E. / C.E.
--10.30-16.00 (am and pm can be used for emphasis)

--Spell out single-digit numbers. Use Arabic numerals otherwise. Exception: Always use a numeral with percent.

It is generally considered overly ornate to use more than two adjectives. However, when using multiple adjectives, there is a standard order in which they must be used: opinion, size, age, shape, color, origin, material, purpose, and then finally the noun.

Always omit “http://” and “www.” unless required for functionality. Use ending punctuation if the URL is part of a sentence.
Lydia Goutas
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Phone: +43-664-611-8207 (Safeguarding Officer)
Phone: +43-1-714 8900 (Church Office)

The protection from harm of children and adults who may be vulnerable is of paramount importance to us. As a chaplaincy within the Diocese of Europe, we comply fully with the requirements of the Diocese’s Safeguarding Policy.

In accordance with the Diocese in Europe’s Safeguarding Policy, our Chaplaincy is committed to:
  • Promoting a safer environment and culture.
  • Safely recruiting and supporting all those with any responsibility related to children, young people and vulnerable adults within the church.
  • Responding promptly to every safeguarding concern or allegation.
  • Caring pastorally for victims/survivors of abuse and other affected persons.
  • Caring pastorally for those who are the subject of concerns or allegations of abuse and other affected persons.
  • Responding to those that may pose a present risk to others.

The Chaplaincy will:

  • Endeavour to create a safe and caring place for all.
  • Have a named local Safeguarding Officer to work with the incumbent and the Chaplaincy Council to implement policy and procedures.
  • Safely recruit, train and support all those with any responsibility for children, young people and adults to have the confidence and skills to recognise and respond to abuse.
  • Where possible, ensure that there is appropriate insurance cover for all activities involving children and adults undertaken in the name of the chaplaincy.
  • Display in church premises and on the chaplaincy website the details of who to contact if there are safeguarding concerns or support needs.
  • Listen to and take seriously all those who disclose abuse.
  • Take steps to protect children and adults when a safeguarding concern of any kind arises, following House of Bishops’ guidance, including notifying the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser (DSA) and local child and/or adult services immediately.
  • Offer support to victims/survivors of abuse regardless of the type of abuse, when or where it occurred.
  • Care for and monitor any member of the church community who may pose a risk to children and adults whilst maintaining appropriate confidentiality and the safety of all parties.
  • Review the implementation of the Safeguarding Policy, procedures and practices at least annually.

Reaffirmed by the Church Council on 30 June 2021.

*You can find the detailed Diocesan policy and how it is implemented across all Chaplaincies in the Diocese here. You can also download our Safeguarding Information Card [pdf, 253kb].

Medieninhaber und Herausgeber ist:

Verein für die Förderung und Unterstützung der Anglikanischen Kirche in Österreich:
Christ Church Support Association
(ZVR: 368988936)
Krottenbachstraße 99/4
1190 Wien
Telefon: (+43-1) 714 8900

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Christ Church, the Church Centre, and the Shop are located next to the British Embassy in Vienna's third district and very easy to access via public transportation (information listed below).

Christ Church: Jaurèsgasse 17-19.
Church Centre: Salesianergasse 24.
Church Shop: Salesianergasse 20.
As parking is somewhat limited in the area, the best options for finding the Church are on Vienna's extensive public transportation system. Three options include:

Tram 71
Take the 71 Tram (Strassenbahn) to Unteres Belvedere. You will exit the tram at the corner of Rennweg and Salesianergasse, just one street away from Jaurèsgasse. Please note: the 71 tram does not run beyond Schwarzenbergplatz on Sundays before 8am. If taking the 71 to our 8am service, you will need to take another tram to Schwarzenbergplatz and switch to the 71 there.

Metro (U4 U-Bahn Line)
Take the U4 Metro (U-Bahn) to Stadtpark. Walk along Johannesgasse and then along Salesianergasse approximately 4-5 streets to Jaurèsgasse. It is about 650m from the station to the church building.

Commuter Trains (Schnellbahn Lines)
If you are staying further outside of the city or prefer the commuter trains (Schnellbahn), you can take any of the lines that stop at the Rennweg train station (S1, S2, S3, S4, and S7). Exit through the north entrance/exit (away from Rennweg) and take the long ramp down to Jaurèsgasse. Walk toward away from the tracks approximately 2-3 streets. It is about 450m from the station to the church building. If you exit through the Rennweg entrance/exit, walk along Rennweg to Salesianergasse and then right to Jaurèsgasse.

For more information and to plan transportation schedules, visit the Wiener Linien website and use their planning tools. For any other information, please contact the Church Office.