We are a small free evangelical church
with 15 to 25 church service visitors on Sundays.
At the moment, because of the cold weather,
we do not meet in our beautiful ancient big stone church,
but in the adjoining rooms in the backyard of the church.
Please follow the signs !
- Christian worship in English
- A multi-cultural fellowship
- A challenge to live a meaningful life
- Opportunities to grow and to serve
- Support when you need it
- Answers to life's big questions ...
... then stop in for a visit !
What are the meetings like ?
Located in a University city with 25% of students, and a significant part of them on international English medium programmes, our congregation underlies natural fluctuation, and we may not be of impressive size.
Even more, a family atmosphere and caring for each other is at the heart of our little church.
During the worship service, we love to praise our Lord with upbeat music, supported by our beautiful band.
There is meaningful Bible-based preaching as well as contemplative elements like a time of personal sharing and praying for each other.
The church service is mainly in English, but we do also include elements in other languages where needed. The languages spoken in our congregation are:
English, German, Spanish, Hindi, Urdu, Tamil, French and Serbo-Croatian
After the service we invite you to have fellowship with us with snacks and tea. Most probably someone will have cooked or baked something, to make everybody feel at home.
This is a time where we can get to know each other in a family setting.
Jesus Christ is the centre of our lives, because He loved us so and redeemed us by His sacrifice on the cross to bring us back to God His Father.
We long to please Him and know Him better, as we serve Him and each other.
All who are Jesus´own, belong to the One Family,
irrespective of our language, culture or denomination.
That is why an atmosphere of caring and supporting each other is very important to us.
About once every few months, we share international meals together.
Fellowship after church at pastor´s house
Nine people, seven countries, four continents ...