Who we are …
Our Church – a community of generous love at a time of anxiety and risk to health. Together, we seek to love our neighbour, live life in all its fulness, and trust in our loving heavenly Father
Despite the Luxembourg government’s easing of COVID-19 restrictions on face-to-face church services, the Chaplain and Council have decided to continue our services and church life on-line for now.
We are monitoring the experience of other churches who are offering services in their buildings and will review the situation again at the end of June.
Our priority is the safety of all who attend, preventing the transmission of the virus, and acting in the interests of our whole church community.
However, the Church Council is committed to a principle of “creative alternatives” wherever possible. Often this will be using the internet, but also phone, etc.
We now have one Sunday service called All Saints on Sunday. This takes place online at 10:00 via Zoom and is live-streamed to our Facebook page. It’s in English, for all ages and open to everyone. To join in, just click this link.
Other church groups taken place using Zoom including a midweek Bible study, Junior Church, Youth Group, and Give 10 prayer time.
We are sustaining our community life through the different groups in our church.
The Church Office is not open at Centre Jean XXIII, but the Office Team can be contacted as usual via email.
We are praying that at this time others will find their way to our Church and encounter here the love of God in anxious times.
If you are visiting our Church website because you are looking for support in anxious times, or wish to know more about our Church do ring me (621 199 242).
Rev. Geoff Read
Chaplain, Anglican Church