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Our Sunday evening Afresh services are currently paused for the Fall.
We look forward to restarting them during Winter: watch this space for further details!In the meantime, please join us at one of our other Sunday services in person, or on our Sunday morning Zoom service.
“Make me to know your ways, O LORD; teach me your paths” –
Every last Sunday of the month, we hold an Afresh service!
This is a low threshold and informal service, ideal for all who want to have a moment of reflection in a busy life. We will contemplate God’s word for today’s world, share our experiences and pray and learn together.
For now Afresh will be a hybrid service, taking place at the Groenburgwal and online.
All are welcome!
Listen Again to Our Sermons
“Afresh Reflection” by Julia Bell – January 17, 2021
“Afresh Reflection” by Julia Bell – January 10, 2021
“Afresh Reflection” by Julia Bell – January 3, 2021
How to Reach Us?
Our address is Groenburgwal 42, 1011 HW Amsterdam
Street parking is free in Amsterdam Centre on Sundays until noon. The Stopera parking (Stadhuis Muziektheater) is the closest paid parking garage.
Closest metro stops: Rokin, Nieuwmarkt (exit Snoekjessteeg), Waterlooplein
City Centre Congregation Statement:
Christ Church Amsterdam follows the Safeguarding Policies of the Church of England, including the policies of the Diocese in Europe to which this Chaplaincy belongs. Our congregational Safeguarding Coordinator for the City Centre Congregation is Sophia Wilson-Sey.
Please contact Sophia at firstname.lastname@example.org with any concerns.
Resources for Adults, Youth & Kids
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