March 21, 2021
Rev. Dr. Gretchen Schoon Tanis
We celebrate our services on the third Sunday of every month at 11:30 a.m., featuring English language sermons by a different preacher each time.
After service, we usually have coffee and refreshments and fellowship in the annex. Unfortunately, this is not possible at the moment. We hope to be able to invite you again soon to meet some of the other visitors from many different nations and backgrounds, to enjoy getting to know each other or just having a relaxed chat.
We are joyfully celebrating our services again after the shutdown in March and April. In order to minimize risk of infection, we have to comply with a set of rules and restrictions which may change on short notice.
If you feel any signs of an infection, please protect yourself and others by staying at home. Call your doctor and ask him or her by phone how to proceed.
- All visitors are required to put on an FFP2 face mask or a surgical face mask before entering church and to wear it throughout the service. Masks made of fabric, masks with a valve, or makeshift solutions like scarves are not allowed.
- In order to be able to follow up on chains of infection, we are required to take down your name and contact information. This information will not be used for any other purpose, and it will be destroyed after three weeks.
- We have to seat people at a certain distance from each other. Members of one household may of course sit together.
- Congregational singing unfortunately is not allowed at the moment. We will provide you with service sheets nonetheless so you can follow along and sing in your hearts.
- We have not been able to recommence with Sunday school yet.
- We are not allowed to have refreshments or coffee after service.
These restrictions do limit our possibilities, but we will not let them keep us from celebrating joyful services again!