Register for our Church Services
The Scots International Church Rotterdam have resumed services in our Church sanctuary, since June 6th 2021. The number of participants for the service is still limited, to a maximum of 60 worshippers.
You are required to register before attending the service.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation via email.
On-line services will continue, as usual.
To register, please use the following link:
Please note that the following limitations apply:
RIVM and Dutch Government rules will be strictly applied
You will also be able to watch our service via the Kerkdienst gemist website.
Zoom Bible Study
‘Waiting, longing, hoping and praying for the Day of the Lord’
A four week Zoom Advent Bible Study beginning Wednesday 24 November from 7.30pm.
Please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a Zoom link.
You can download the Bible Studies in preparation or for personal use.
May God bless you during the Advent SeasonWLHP-Study-1-Waiting
Make your own Advent Wreath
As part of the Advent Season, we light Advent Candles in our service each week.
You are invited to join in by making your own Advent Wreath so that you can light a candle during the live stream service or before you leave for church or when you get home.
Below is a place mat which you are welcome to colour in as you want.
You can use either battery operated Tealights or the real thing. If using a real flame please be careful of the fire risk
Download the place mat here:Active-Advent-Celtic-Candle-mat
Sunday School Nativity Service
Join us for TEA & COFFEE
Fridays from 13:30 to 16:30
Open Door Afternoon with a cup of coffee or tea.
Tourists, a meeting point after shopping, a place to relax, meditating in our Sanctuary, Pray & Listen, discovering our Church building, playing games (chess, checkers, …), bible discussions, and much more!
ALL ARE WELCOME !
Find us on Facebook
Have you seen our Facebook page recently?
There is a lot happening!
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Church of Scotland website
A tale of friendship across the North Sea
Perthshire minister celebrates history of Scots Kirk in Rotterdam
Michael Alexander speaks to Rev John Russell about the history of the Scots Kirk in Rotterdam and the nine years he spent as minister there with a truly international congregation.
He is the globe-trotting kirk minister who recently celebrated 60 years since his ordination with a service in Perthshire.
But having been brought up in India and having worked in Germany, Scotland, Canada and Holland, the Rev John Russell will always have a special affinity with the Scots International Church in Rotterdam where he was minister for nine years.
The memories came flooding back for Mr Russell when he read a recent Courier feature about Newport-based broadcaster Billy Kay’s exploration of Scotland’s centuries-old relationships with the Low Countries of Europe.
Prayer Matters Blog
Visit the Prayer Matters website to prompt and resource your personal prayer. It is compiled by Irene Bom, prayer promoter in the International Presbytery.
AGM Meeting 2021
Open Monumenten Dag 11/09/21
At the Scots International Church, September 11th from 10:00 – 16:00.
Our church will be open to the public, during which we will have guides available to show you round our sanctuary and to explain our Mosaic Wall. In between both tours we will have coffee/tea and a Scottish treat available.
Please come visit as we are open to all.
Annual Remembrance Service
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