A Man Born Blind

At the Sunday, August 4th service we explored together the miracle of the healing of the man born blind from John Chapter 9. Rev. John Bell conducted the service and the congregation along with Liz Marsh and Thijs Glasz read the Gospel. Below you can listen to the podcast:

Midweek Fellowship recommences September 5th

Midweek Fellowship recommences with Bible Study on Wednesday, September the 5th at 19.30, at the Manse (9 Jan Willem Brouwersstraat). We are beginning a series on the Book of Daniel, looking this week at Daniel 1. If you haven’t attended the fortnightly Bible Study before or for a while, come along and give it a…

Sheila, the Magnifi-cat, and the night in the stable

A long time ago, far away in the little town of Bethlehem, there lived a couple named Jethro and Judith who owned a small inn. They enjoyed having many guests come and go, and they provided beautiful meals, but there was just one problem. That problem came in the shape of small, furry creatures who…

Kerkenpad in Utrecht

The English Reformed Church is invited to join in this year’s ‘Kerkenpad’ (Churches Path) trip on 5 October, along with other churches around the Spui. This year the trip is called Luther’s Utrecht and takes in some spots important to the Reformation in the Netherlands 500 years ago. If you would like to visit Catharijne Convent,…

The latest issue of our church magazine

The Record is our church magazine and is published bi-monthly. Being an international church we have members from around the world so keeping people connected and up to date is important. The Record provides a review of what’s happened in the church community as well as information on what is coming up. Download the latest…

Rwanda Testimony

Sunday 14th August at 13.00 Joss Umuganwa will be sharing her remarkable testimony of how her life was spared during the genocide in Rwanda in 1994. Her story will include a short television documentary filmed at our church and some songs. You might bring along some food to share, if you’d like. Hope to see…