In Milan there are several Christian churches alongside the Ambrosian Catholic Church. Here are their main locations and website for more info.

Thanks to Consiglio delle Chiese Cristiane di Milano for the information provided.

Anglican Church (Church of England)

The Anglican presence in Milan dates back to the mid-19th century, when a group of English began to gather. In 1896, the Municipality of Milan granted the community the purchase of land in Via Solferino on which an old barn stood, which was soon restored and transformed into the current church. The current community, which includes more than 100 people from at least 12 different nations, is served by a single chaplain, who is also responsible for the churches of Genoa, Varese and Cadenabbia. Currently, the All Saints' chaplain also holds the office of Archdeacon (vicar general) for Italy and Malta.

Armenian Church

The Armenian parish of Italy was founded in 1955 having S. Forty Martyrs’ church (S. Qarasun Mankunq) of Milan as its center. In Milan, the Armenians began to have their religious functions immediately after the Armenian Genocide of 1915: first in the Anglican church in Via Solferino and then, starting in 1958, in a church of their own, which stands in Via Jommelli 30. This church , dedicated to the Saints Forty Martyrs of Sebaste and built according to the canons of the most classical Armenian style, was commissioned by two brothers - the Diarbekirean - who lived in Milan about 60 years ago, when they moved to Argentina they arranged for the church to be built. The Armenian Lombard community today consists of over 1000 people.

Orthodox Autocephalic Apostolic Church of Georgia

In 2002 the Diocese of Western Europe of the Georgia Patriarchate was founded. Its main mission consists in the spiritual assistance and protection of the Georgian people as well as in the preservation of their national and religious identity.  The St.Tamar's Parish of Saint Benedict of Milano was founded in 2011. 

Seventh-day Adventist Church

The Adventist Church is organized in different departments that deal with different areas, from the most strictly organizational ones like the diaconia, to those aimed at creating specific and specific programs for children and women, for example, rather than focusing on some themes such as health, music, religious freedom and evangelization.

The community of Milano, in particular, is particularly attentive to social issues. In fact, it is engaged in initiatives aimed at bringing comfort and first aid to the homeless and to distribute monthly food to the most needy.

Ambrosian Catholic Church

The presence of the Church of God in Milan is traced back to the apostolic era. 

In the second half of the fourth century, in a period of religious and political tensions, the people were acclaimed bishop Ambrogio, of Roman family, who was in Milan as a consular governor and enjoyed great consensus. With his episcopate (374-397) the Church in Milan took on a metropolitan character.

In historical continuity with this ancient Church - later called "Ambrosian" - the archdiocese of Milan, a local expression of the Roman Catholic Church, has been able to preserve the prerogative of a particular rite over the centuries. 

In the nineteenth and above all in the twentieth century the Milanese Church was characterized by the flourishing of many and qualified social, educational, welfare and charitable, cultural and religious initiatives both by individual Christian personalities and by a laity active in various associative forms, both of communities of apostolic life. 

The Archdiocese of Milan covers an area of ​​4,234 square kilometers  seven provinces (Milan, Monza, Varese, Lecco, Bergamo, Como and Pavia), up to Campione d'Italia in Switzerland.  It is made up of 1,108 parishes distributed in 73 deaneries belonging to 7 pastoral areas (Milan, Varese, Lecco, Rho, Monza, Melegnano, Sesto San Giovanni).

Coptic Orthodox Church of Egypt

There are two dioceses in Italy, one for Turin and Rome and one for Milan.

The Coptic Orthodox Christian Church of Milan, is located in Cinisello Balsamo.

The monastery of Anba Shenouda is located in Mettone, part of the Municipality of Lacchiarella (Mi).

Orthodox Church of Eritrea

In Milan, the Eritreans began to have their own religious services in March 1994. 

In March 2007 they moved to the new church located in the former Paolo Pini Hospital in Via Ippocrate 45, in Affori.

The Orthodox Church of Eritrea today in Milan has more than 500 faithful.

Church of Sweden

Milan. The Church of Sweden is also present here in Lombardy, the ancient kingdom of the Lombards. There is a voluntary activity, which in autumn and spring organizes Swedish worship services every two months, as well as Lucia's celebration and Christmas markets. No worship service is available, but through the hospitality of the Anglican Church we are allowed to use the Church of All Saints, located in the center of Milan in Via Solferino 17.

Ethiopian Tewahedo Orthodox Church

Ethiopian Orthodox church in Milan, Chiesa Feleghe Selam San Gabriele, was founded on December 30th 2001. Today it carries out various ecclesiastical functions, catechism, communion and baptism for the faithful of Milan, Parma, Turin , Modena, Genoa, Bologna.

The church is under the guidance of the archdiocese of Ethiopia. It was also founded and administered today according to a set of rules called Kaele Awadi.

Protestant Christian Church (Lutheran and Reformed)

On October 10, 1850, the foundation meeting of the Community took place The CCPM (Consiglio delle Chiese protestanti di Milano - Council of Protestant Churches in Milano) was the first non-Catholic Christian community to be born in the city of Milan.

The Community of Milan built its church in the Gothic-Lombard style in 1864. The community can be considered today bilingual (German / Italian) and European. Since the end of the Second World War, the CCPM has been divided into a majority Lutheran group and a reformed minority group, represented however in a single Presbyteral Council. In 1992 the two communities reunited again, maintaining a reformed pastor and a Lutheran pastor.

Waldensian Evangelical Church

The Waldensian presence had been documented in Milan as early as 1173, where they used to gather at a meadow where today there is the Coptic Church already S. Pietro dei Celestini in Via Senato, so that the group will be callet the Middle Ages, as " ille de prato” - those of the meadow.

In 1952, a new Waldensian Church was built, moving the facade of the old Waldensian church of San Giovanni in Conca (formerly located in Missori square), hence the name of the nearby alley. 

Baptist Evangelical Churches

There are two Italian UCEBI Baptist churches in Milan: 

in Via Pinamonte da Vimercate, 10 and Via Jacopino da Tradate, 16 


Bulgarian Orthodox Church

The ecclesial community, founded more than 10 years ago, on Christmas Eve in 2005.

The iconostasis is the work of the master artist and sculptor Ivan Novakov from the Asenovgrad city of Bulgaria. The icons are copies of works by the artist-painter Encho Uzunov from Troyan, who for many years worked in Italy.

The Bulgarian parish is entitled to Saint Ambrose.

Greek Orthodox Church

The foundation of the Greek Orthodox Church of Milano by a few Greeksdates back to 1925.For many years the Greek Orthodox Church of Milan has been the only Orthodox Church in all of Lombardy, serving all the Orthodox of the city and the surroundings of Milan, without any distinction of national or linguistic belonging.

From  2012, the Italian Orthodox Church is located in the Church of Santa Maria Podone, It is one of the oldest churches in Milan, having been consecrated in the year 871


Romanian Orthodox Church

The first Romanian Orthodox parish still existing was organized in 1975 by the faithful of Milano led by prof. George Trancu, then lecturer at ISPI (Institute for International Political Studies), and priest Traian Valdman, who came for specialization studies at the Catholic University: the Parish of the Descent of the Spirit, has been based since 1996 at the church of Santa Maria della Vittoria in Via De Amicis 13, adapted to the Orthodox cult with iconostasis. 

Russian Orthodox Church

The parish of "Saints Sergius and Seraphim" was born on 10 November 1983. Initially the Divine Liturgy was celebrated in a private home, then, having found a new home, by renting an apartment, a chapel is set up dedicated to "SS.Sergio and Serafino". 

On March 27, 2005, the constituent assembly of the local Orthodox organization met to mark the creation of the parish dedicated to Sant'Ambrose. 

On 20 July 2007 the Church of San Vito al Pasquirolo was assigned to the parish, where the religious functions of the parish community are still held. 

The parish carries out intense social work. An important meaning for the parishioners of Sant'Ambrogio also have the acatists, hymns performed before the relics of the Milanese Saints, on Tuesdays they pray before the relics of Saint Victor the martyr in the Basilica dedicated to him, on Wednesdays in the Basilica of San Lorenzo, onThursday in Sant'Ambrogio near the relics of the Saint and of the martyrs Gervaso and Protaso and on Friday in the Duomo to honor Santa Tecla. 

Serbian Orthodox Church

The community of Milan, officially founded in 1998 and representing the   reference point for all the Serbian Orthodox faithful residing in the north-west of Italy, is part of the Serbian Orthodox Church - Diocese of Austria, Switzerland, Italy and Malta

Salvation Army

In the city of Milan, the Salvation Army has been present since 1898.

There are many programs for community members, such as Bible studies, specific programs for families and children.