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Moments of revelation

Have you had a "mountain-top experience", a moment of revelation, a turning point in your life when you see Jesus for who he really is? That was the question asked by Tania Witter, our locum chaplain, when she preached last Sunday on the Transfiguration. You can read the full text of her sermon here.

Ash Wednesday in church and on Facebook

Tomorrow (10 Feb) is Ash Wednesday, when we enter the season of Lent, remembering the 40 days and 40 nights that Jesus spent fasting and praying in the wilderness and beginning our own spiritual journey towards Holy Week and Easter. You can join us in church at 7 pm for an Ash Wednesday service of…

Archbishop reflects on “God moment” at Primates’ Meeting

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has written a reflection on the recent Primates' Meeting in Canterbury, writing of a "God moment" when the Primates "recognised those we saw as those with whom we are called to journey in hope towards the truth and love of Jesus Christ". You can read the reflections in full…

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Sunday service at St Thomas Becket, the peace (photo Joyceline Anacoura-Schmidt)

Services

Our main service is the Parish Eucharist (Holy Communion) on Sundays at 10:30 am. Our other regular services are Evensong and a Healing Service. You can find further information about this and all other services here.

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Music

Music is an important part of our services, while the church hosts many concerts. If you’re coming regularly to worship at St Thomas Becket and love to sing you might consider joining the choir.

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The Chaplain

The position of Chaplain in Hamburg is currently vacant. If you are interested in the vacancy, please refer to our
parish profile and the diocesan website.

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St Thomas Becket Church is entirely reliant on donations and money raised through events to cover costs. Please help us continue to provide Christian ministry in English in Hamburg.

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BRIDFAS Church Recording Project

Volunteers from BRIDFAS and St Thomas Becket are undertaking a complete record of the church.