Christmas Eve – The songs of Christmas
There will be a special service on Christmas eve “The songs of Christmas, Elisabeth” the song of blessing.
You can watch this on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ScotsInternationalChurchRotterdam
at 20:00 December 24th
The video will also be available via kerkdienstonline https://kerkdienstgemist.nl/stations/1016/events/recording/160883640001016
Follow our church services online
Due to the current COVID measures, our services will be online only, until January 19th.
Until then you are welcome to join us online via the website https://kerkdienstgemist.nl
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Register for our Church Services
The Scots International Church Rotterdam is holding services again in our Church sanctuary. The number of participants for the service is still limited, to a maximum of 80 worshippers.
You are encouraged to register before attending the service, but it is also possible to register at the door.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation via email.
To register, please use the following link:
Please note that the following limitations apply:
- No Sunday School and no Crèche available.
- Children & infants have to stay with their family throughout the Service.
- Over seventy of age are discouraged to attend RIVM and Dutch Government rules will be strictly applied
You will also be able to listen to our service via the Kerkdienst gemist website.
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.
Church of Scotland website
World Day of Prayer 2020
World Day of Prayer takes place internationally on the first Friday of March every year. In 2020 that will be March 6th If you can’t celebrate World Day of Prayer on the first Friday in March, choose another date that works for your community and you can celebrate in symbolic solidarity with women around the world!
The WDP 2020 program is based on Jesus’ encounter with a person who, although positioned for healing, had not acted upon the opportunities given (John 5:2-9a). Jesus asked –“Do you want to be made well?”with the theme “Rise! Take Your Mat and Walk”. You are faced with this life-changing question. What are you going to do? Use this opportunity to reflect with your WDP group, community and ecumenical partners. Prayer and action are what link us together around the globe.
You can find more information in the links below:
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AGM Meeting 2020
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