At the English Reformed Church, we love taking photos of our activities together. At special events, we create a slideshow accompanied by some nice music. Have a look at some of the events from 2016, 2017 & 2018 – to either relive some special moments in good company or to get an impression of our community.
Summer picnic 2019
On a mostly sunny Sunday afternoon in July after our Church service, we held the annual summer picnic in the beautiful garden of Het Wereldhuis with good food, cold drinks, wonderful fellowship and the traditional game of Smite.
Summer picnic 2018
On a sunny Sunday in July after our service, we held the annual summer picnic in the beautiful garden of Het Wereldhuis with good food, cold drinks, wonderful fellowship and the traditional game of Smite.
Mulanje Mission Hospital Benefit Concert
On Friday 17 November 2017 the hugely talented Charlotte Haesen and her quartet Café des Chansons gave a very special concert to a packed audience in the English Reformed Church. Performing classic popular songs that make the French songbook it was ‘une soiree manifique.’
Summer picnic 2017
At the last Sunday of the summer, our church broke bread with people from the World House in their lovely garden. The weather was perfect for a picnic and for sharing all the exciting international dishes people brought along. And for a game of the mighty smite of course.
Nacht van de Vluchteling 2017
On the night of June 17 -18th The English Reformed Church organized a group to take part in the mass sponsored walk to support refugees.
Football Fellowship Amsterdam 2017
On Sunday 26th March around 55 players and their supporters came together at Bijlmer Sportpark for a nice day of footie. The matches were played by teams mixed with refugees and church members from all over Amsterdam.
A Victorian Christmas Evening
On December the 8th 2016 our church was packed for a Victorian Christmas Evening organised to benefit the Mulanje Mission Hospital (MMH). It was a great success and everyone got into the Christmas spirit by enjoying food and drink, shopping at the festive market stalls, and listening to seasonal music.
And the master storyteller, Ashley Ramsden, gave a joyous (but scarry) retelling of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”.
Harvest Thanksgiving 2016
Sunday September 25th was our Harvest Thanksgiving and the service was followed by a potluck lunch.