The refugee movement to Europe and especially to Germany is the chance for an increasingly secularized society to find back to faith in Jesus. In our congregation there is a majority of people whose mother tongue is not German.
Lead people into an encounter with Jesus,
so that they can find a heavenly home
and bear fruit in the kingdom of God.
this is our vision.
Every Friday at 6 p. m. on German and Farsi
New in January: Church services in German and Arabic – fortnightly, Sundays at 3:00 p.m.
A house group is a small group that reads the Bible together. We have different groups.
please contact Massumeh 0176/43388874
You are welcome!
PRAISE ’n SERVE
PRAISE sounds good, SERVE sounds bad. Nevertheless, the two belong together.
Without SERVE no PRAISE, so to speak. In order to clarify this connection from the outset, we have called our divine service PRAISE ’n SERVE. So that no one comes up with false ideas.
First and foremost, we serve God. This means that we do not want to serve people. He who kneels before God does not kneel before men. Do not serve people in fear of man in order to please them. That is why we praise God.
We serve people to show them the love of God. That is a fundamental difference.
The divine service is bilingual, german and farsi. If you get used to it, it’s not a problem for Germans either.