Songs of Praise
The next Songs of Praise service will be held March 17th 2019 at 19:30 PM.
As you may guess from the title, the main focus of these services will be on singing God’s praise. That praise will be on the hymns that the members of our church have indicated to be their favorites. Services may also include may include hymns that are less well known, and also hymns that have come to us from various parts of the world – reflecting the multi-national face of our church family.
If we have musicians in the congregation who would be willing to get together to play for one or more of these services, we would be delighted to hear from you, as this would increase the diversity of our praise. We are also keen to receive feedback on the hymns we sing and therefore after each service there will be tea and coffee and a chance to chat.
AGM Meeting 2019
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International United Peace Service 2018
International United Service for Peace 2018 on 11th November 2018.
The service starts at 19:30, entrance is free.
It is exactly 93 years ago that the Scots Church Rotterdam started this tradition. It involves ministers, priests or pastors from various international and migrant churches coming together for a service for peace. Each of the clergy will speak, pray or read from the scripture in their own language, like Russian, Finnish, French, Amharic (Ethiopia), Trigray (Eritrea), Urdu, English and more.
Given that justice and peace are integral components of our Christian faith, it falls to each and every one of us to play our part in pursuing them, both in our lives and in our worship. We would encourage all who can to come along to this service on the 11th of November.
The guest speaker will be Edwin Ruigrok, who has been a Policy Advisor at PAX for over 11 years and previously worked in both Africa and Asia.
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