The tradition in the Church of England (Anglican Church) is to go to a high place at dawn on Ascension Day, to celebrate the ascension of our Lord. This would usually be a church tower, or the summit of a nearby hill – but we don’t have either of these, so we’re going on to the roof of the Ecumencial Forum instead.
God is gone up with a merry noise, with the sound of the trumpet!
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Due to the ongoing heating situation in our church, St Michael’s Church (Michel) kindly offered us their crypt to temporarily use for Sunday worship. For now, this is going to be the case for all February services. They are going to take place during our regular time, starting 10.30.
Please enter the Michel through the main door at Englische Planke. The crypt is downstairs to the left hand side.
We are currently in need of your assistance with our Heating Project Appeal. Any donation, no matter the size, helps us get closer to our goal, and we are grateful for everyone who gives and/or helps spreading the word.
This past Sunday we finally celebrated the official licensing of Revd. Jules Ann Barnes as our new chaplain. She was licensed by the Venerable Dr Leslie Nathaniel, Archdeacon of the East, Germany and Northern Europe.
If you could not attend in person or would simply like to re-live it again, please enjoy the video recording: