Who we are
We are a Christian church that wants to live the Gospel in our daily life. We want to do this by putting into practice the teaching of our Lord Jesus Christ through words and deeds!
Daniel Taut | Spiritual Lead
What we believe
We believe that the gospel is the power of God for the salvation of all who believe (Romans 1:16). We believe that salvation is God’s gift not deserved but received by grace through faith in Jesus Christ. (Ephesians 2: 8)
We believe that God left the church as the mother of all believers who nurtures and protects them. We believe that the church is more like a field hospital where people with trauma due to sin can be treated and rehabilitated to live a healthy and holiness life rather than as a museum of saints.
,,glorify God in everyday life ”
So whether you eat, drink or do something else, do everything for the glory of God. (1 Corinthians 10:31)
What do we do
Every Wednesday evening we meet to have a time of communion together, which consists of eating, sharing a moment of life and looking at the word of God together. On Sunday morning we meet as a church to worship and hear the word of God through singing and preaching.
Mission and adoration
ours is a God on a mission. The mission belongs to God and he entrusted it to the church through Jesus (John 17). Because of our union with Christ, God’s mission becomes our mission (2 Corinthians 3: 4/4: 1). The local church is called to live this mission in its own context. As a church we want everything we do to be missionary, whether we watch a football match or meet for a prayer meeting, whether we have a coffee or when we take the symbols of the Holy Supper. We want to strive to be intentional and to ask ourselves what drives us to do one thing rather than another. This missionary lifestyle should not have as its purpose to exalt ourselves, but to bring glory to the Lord. We want to worship our Lord, the only one who is worthy of receiving glory. Worship, like mission, must not be a specific time of the week or life, but a continuous surrender to the Lord, in trials and temptations as well as blessings and joy, recognizing primacy, authority and perfection. of God.