St. Paul's Within the Walls Episcopal Church


Bearing witness in Rome to a dynamic and living Christian faith, open to all and rejecting none.


  • 18 Jan | Taizé Service

    January 18th, 6.00 pm


    “Silence is God’s first language,” wrote the 16th-century mystic John of the Cross. 

    What might God say to us in silence?

    Come and join with others who want to experience the power of silence in a new way.


    We use a contemplative worship model from the Taizé community in France.

    This brotherhood of Protestants and Catholics, founded in 1940,
    uses a model of simple songs, scripture and silence to draw near to God.

    The aim of the community and their services is to heal divisions between Christians,
    with the resulting reconciliation leading to the promotion of peace in the world.

    Their services draw around 100,000 people, especially youth, from around the world each year.

    For more information on Taizé, visit

Upcoming Special Services:

Regular Services


09.30 Breakfast with the Rector
Parish Hall, Via Napoli 58

10.30 Holy Eucharist
12.30 Holy Eucharist (Spanish)

Monday to Friday

09.30 Morning Prayer in the Chapel

Last Wednesday of the Month

18.00 Taizé Worship