International Christian Community
English church services in Lagos, Portugal.
Sunday mornings, Friday evenings and meetings during the week.
We gather to celebrate and study the Bible, and share in days of outreach to the community.
You are welcome to join any service at any time.
Whether you are on holiday, moving to Algarve or are already living here, we look forward to meeting you.
As a church in the busy international community of Lagos, we are called to serve where the people are.
Sunday meetings are in the Madness Café on the waterfront.
Thursdays and Fridays find us at our outreach centre, The Mustard Seed, in Santo Amaro.
Who we Are
Pastor Daniel Saunite
ICC in Lagos, Portugal, is led by Pastor Daniel Saunite.
Daniel has loved and served the Lord in Portugal and Spain for over 20 years.
Born in Brazil, and born again out of a lifestyle as a martial arts practitioner, he has a heart for the gospel and the work of the Holy Spirit.
Elisabete leads the worship, and flows easily between English, Portuguese and Spanish as she frequently translates the services.
She has been a Nurse for more than 20 years and uses her God-given gifts to serve the community.
The Mustard Seed
The Mustard Seed Association, a fully registered charity within the church, provides food and practical help in Lagos.
We serve over 300 meals each week, and distribute clothing, furniture, toys and toiletries to those in need.
Volunteers and donors always welcome!
A church is made up of people.
People who care about others.
We are so fortunate to have a dedicated team working with us in all we do.
These are the early risers, the pray-ers, the chair-movers, the ones who go that extra mile because they love Jesus.
We Believe . .
That there is one God, eternally existent in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
That the Bible is God’s Holy Word, verbally and fully inspired, and that it is the supreme authority in all matters of faith and conduct.
That the local church was established on earth by God the Father through His Son Jesus Christ, and that the Holy Spirit is present and active in the church today.
That we are to proclaim the gospel of salvation to all nations, and that part of our mandate is to serve the local community.