Church Services

March 9, 2021
  • 8:00 pm

    Mid-week Bible Study- The Joy of the Gospel!

    Location: via Zoom

    Midweek (online) Bible Study – The Joy of the Gospel!

    Tuesdays at 8 pm, via Zoom

    Lent 2021 commences on Ash Wednesday, February 17th. Over the Lenten period up to Easter, we propose to reflect on “The Joy of the Gospel!” We will start each session with a time of sharing, followed by a meditation on/discussion of a Gospel passage.

    1.  23 February 2021 - What is Joy?
    2. 2 March - Touched by God, touched by Joy
    3. 9 March - Joy in the Sacraments
    4. 16 March - Growing in Joy  
    5. 23 March - Joy in Times of Trial
    6. 30 March - Joy of the Resurrection

    April 6, pause for Easter / School holidays

    Please contact Robert Feige by emailing office@anglican.lu for further details.  

March 10, 2021
  • 8:00 am

    Morning Prayer via Zoom

    Location: via Zoom

    Join us every Wednesday morning ...

    Contact the Rev'd Evelyn Sweerts for more information/the Zoom pass code: curate@anglican.lu

  • 9:30 am

    Lions & Lambs Meet-up

    Location: Zoom

    A meet-up for parents/carers and their little one(s). We'll meet for some songs, a story and a chat. We think this will probably last around half an hour but please feel free to come and go as you need to. Do bring along any instruments you have too!

    Please contact Jo Lenglet or Katy Clay via the Church Office - office@anglican.lu - for more information

  • 7:30 pm

    Lyfe Group (Alpha follow-up)

    Location: via Zoom

    For more details, please contact Geoff Read by emailing chaplain@anglican.lu

  • 8:00 pm

    Parenting for Faith Course – not just for parents!

    Location: via Zoom

    Parenting for Faith Course – not just for parents!

    Help! I don’t know how to talk to my(grand-)children about what I believe!

    My children know a lot about God – but do they actually know God?

    I don’t even know the answers to the questions so what am I supposed to say to my kids when they ask?

    I don’t want to push so hard I turn them off – but I don’t want to leave my kids’ relationship with Jesus to luck and chance either...

    My spouse doesn’t want anything to do with church. How can I respect them while sharing my faith with my children?

    It’s a statement of the obvious that parenting brings much joy. But it’s not always easy. As parents we can feel an enormous sense of responsibility yet often feel under-equipped to meet those obligations. The Bible Reading Fellowship’s Parenting for Faith Course is probably not going to solve all our parenting woes but it does come highly recommended as a space in which to explore the discipling of our children (and grandchildren!). This course is particularly good for parents, grandparents, godparents and indeed anyone with responsibility for children but former participants have even said it helps them talk to their friends about their faith too so really, everyone is welcome!

    We will be offering this 8 session course on Wednesday evenings at 8pm on Zoom, starting on 13 January, and taking a break in half term.

    To learn more about the course watch this video: Introducing the free Parenting for Faith course - YouTube

    To find out more or sign up please email Evelyn on curate@anglican.lu

March 11, 2021
  • 8:00 pm

    Wellsprings

    Location: Zoom

    Topic: Wellsprings

    Time: Thursdays 08:00 PM 

    Please contact Paula Lehtinen at office@anglican.lu

    for more information

March 13, 2021
  • 3:00 pm

    Wandering and Wondering – A Lent Walk for Families, open to all

    Location: Between Moutfort & Contern

    Pre-booking on Eventbrite required!

    https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/wandering-and-wondering-a-lent-walk-for-families-open-to-all-tickets-142868895713

    A 2 km treasurehunt walk with a stop to watch a play about Jesus in the Wilderness performedby our young people that’s especially suitable for families. Walk at your ownpace in your own social bubble. The walk is almost entirely stroller friendly; there’s a short section through woods which may be trickier. There are no toilet facilities.

    Time: in order to be sure to meet the theatre group please start your walk some time between 15:00 and 16:00

    Cost: free

    Detaileddescription: What treasurescan you find in the Wilderness? The Anglican Church of Luxembourg invites youto come Wandering and Wondering on this short family-friendly walk open to all.You’ll see a short play performed by some of our youth group telling the storyof Jesus in the Wilderness as well as going on a nature treasure hunt. Dress appropriately/warmly: the whole event is outside!

    Covid-safety: We will be complying with both Luxembourg governmentand Church of England safety regulations. Please therefore bring a mask to wearand take responsibility for keeping 2m distance from anyone not in yourhousehold / social bubble. The Anglican Church of Luxembourg is not responsiblefor the transmission of any infections during this activity. Thank you for yourcooperation, support, and understanding, which helps to make this a safe eventfor all.

     If youhave any questions please do not hesitate to contact Evelyn on curate@anglican.lu

March 14, 2021
  • 9:40 am

    All Saints Kids

    Location: via Zoom

    For Zoom details, please see eNews or contact the Church Office - office@anglican.lu

  • 10:00 am

    All Saints on Sunday Service

    Location: via Zoom

    For Zoom details, please see eNews or contact office@anglican.lu

  • 12:00 am

    Mothering Sunday (UK)