The traditional and principal religion of Spain is Catholicism. However, people of all faiths are welcome in Madrid and should not have too much trouble finding a place of worship for the three principal monotheist religions: Christianity, Islam and Judaism.
Spain is a Catholic country and, therefore, the majority of places of worship are Catholic churches that offer daily mass and observe the Catholic holidays. The grand cathedral Santa María La Real de La Almudena is the center piece of the Catholic faith in Madrid. It is situated in the center of the city, opposite the Royal Palace.
Other denominations are present in Spain, including Protestant and Orthodox churches, and there is also a relatively new temple erected by the Church of Latter day Saints expanding over three acres and including a missionary training center, a family history center, housing for temple patrons and an institute.
The majority of English speaking churches in Madrid are non-denominational and welcome any English speakers who are in need of spiritual wellbeing, creating a sense of community amongst the congregation.
Cathedral Santa María La Real de La Almudena
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Iglesia Bautista de Alameda de Osuna (Protestant)