Cyprus has played a central role in the story of Christianity from its earliest days

In 45 AD Paul & Barnabus landed in Salamis to begin their ministry

At Paphos in 47 AD the Roman Proconsul was converted to Christianity by St. Paul

Christian tradition holds that Barnabas, himself a Cypriot, was martyred at Salamis in 61 AD

The first non-denominational Church in Paphos

PCFI exists to encourage all people to pursue a lifelong, joyous relationship with Jesus Christ. We are a nondenominational, evangelical Christian church. That means that we are governed by our own elders, not an outside organisation.

You will find us on Adamantiou Korai Street in Kato Paphos, which is off the Tombs of the Kings' Road. We are made up of people of all ages, nationalities and backgrounds, using English as our common language. Our aim is to be a place where we can worship God together, explore what our faith means today and share His love with the people in our community.

With this in mind we want to be a place where people feel part of a family, and to be a church that is relevant to the community around us. Everyone is welcome at PCFi, from those who are just looking at Christianity and exploring the claims of Jesus, to those who have been Christians for years.


Our Pentecostal style reflects our wide denominational roots and its Cypriot base. We hope all those attending each Sunday will be both relaxed and able to worship God in a way that is pleasing to Him. It is our desire to welcome resident and holiday maker alike into our worshipping community. Shorts and T-shirts are not unusual attire in this hot summer resort town.

Please feel free to come along to any of our events here, or contact us with any questions.



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