Bible Class
Mar 26 @ 18:00 – 19:00
Bible Class

Adult Bible Class:

At present we are looking into the life of the apostle Paul and how his ministry shaped the spread of early Christianity throughout the Mediterranean world. Everyone is invited to join us!

Children’s Bible Class:

Right now we offer a class for smaller children.

Youth Group
Mar 28 @ 19:00

Our teenagers meet each 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. There is topical input from the Bible, we are creative, play board games and there is always something going on.

Bible classes for all age groups
Mar 31 @ 9:30 – 10:15
Bible classes for all age groups

for adults:

The Bible has been and will always be a book which faces a lot of questions coming from all directions. We want to deal with some of these questions such as: What makes this book unique? Who decided which scriptures belong and which do not? What about supposed contradictions? How do we read the Bible in a profitable way?

Extra-Bibles are available. No prior knowledge required.

A cup of coffee is waiting in the kitchen for those who arrive earlier.


for teenagers:

Our teenagers meet in the youth room immediately on the right beside the main entrance. Right now we are about half a dozen participants and there is still room for you.


for children up to elementary school:

For the little ones there is a children’s Bible class with craft activities in the room immediately on the left to the main entrance.

Mar 31 @ 10:30 – 11:30


On every first day of the week we come together in order to celebrate what God did for us through Jesus. (Before that, there is Bible class from 9:30 – 10:15 am). We sing, listen to God’s word from Scripture, pray and participate in the meal which Jesus instituted for His remembrance. A sermon of about 20-30 min. will highlight a topic of faith.

This event is in GERMAN (translation into English will be provided upon request).

Children and guests are always welcome here. Right after the beginning there is a short worship activity for children. For about 5 min. they can learn and talk about a simplified topic, sing a song and pray together (parents may also come forward and sit in front with their children).

Our guests should not feel obliged in any way. All that is required is an open heart. Feel free to simply pass on the bread and the fruit of the wine to your neighbor when it is passed around, there is no obligation to take from it. Also, our weekly collection is a free-will contribution of money by the members of this congregation – there are no church taxes nor entrance fees. We also don’t have a special dress code – we only ask that everyone dresses in a way which does not draw away attention from the worship of God. Feel free to ask questions or request prayer. At the end there is always time for more conversation.

Mar 31 @ 12:00


Each last Sunday of the month we stay together after worship service to share lunch with one another. Everyone contributes a few bites and it will be enough for all.

Guests are welcome. Feel invited!