• Praying Together…

    Prayer is at the heart of the Christian life and key to the ministry of our church. Our next main prayer meeting will be on  Wednesday 21st November, in Heiloo, 19.45 – 21.30. Join us to pray for the needs and ministries of our church as we seek to grow God’s kingdom together. In particular we will pray for our Mission Partner Tyndale Seminary in Badhoevedorp, and for God’s kingdom to grow through our Christmas outreach and programme. The meeting will be hosted by a member of the church family in Heiloo. Tea and coffee will be served from 19.45 with the prayer timing running from 20.00 – 21.30. We begin with a time of sung worship and thanksgiving. If you would like to attend please send a quick email.


  • Christ Church Heiloo Men’s Ministry

    The men’s ministry is a supplement to our Sunday church meetings which aims to help you live out your purpose and mission as part of our church community. We want to help men to live as disciples of Jesus Christ by knowing and obeying God’s Word, the Bible. Each of us needs encouragement to live as a faithful witness of Jesus’ gospel in our work place and neighbourhood. For those of us who are married we need support in leading our families to follow Christ.

    Men’s Bible Study Group, Thursday Evenings, 19.45 – 21.30 led and hosted by Neil Northcutt in Alkmaar. The aim of the group is to get to know one another better while growing as disciples through discussing the Bible and praying together. The group is about to begin studying Revelation, the final book in the New Testament. If you are interested in joining, please speak to Neil after a Sunday service.


    Men’s Social Evenings Alongside the Bible study group we organize occasional events for men in the church and their friends.

  • GAFCON 3 – Proclaiming Christ Faithfully to the Nations, June 2018

    GAFCON 3 took place from 18th – 22nd June 2018 in Jerusalem. Here the Heiloo Chaplain, Revd Francis Blight writes about his time there: “I had a great week in Jerusalem at The Global Anglican Future Conference. It was remarkable to be part of a worldwide Anglican gathering with 2,000 delegates from 50 countries. I was encouraged in my faith to be with so many brothers and sisters who are committed to the Bible, the Church and to making Christ known in the world. During the week heartfelt worship was led by a choir and band from Nigeria, and I was part of a small group for discussion and prayer with 2 Ugandans, 2 Americans and 2 Nigerians. It was a privilege to have spiritual fellowship with such a diverse group.

    Experiencing the conference in the context of the city where Jesus died for our salvation and came back to life, made it a profound event. I was able to visit the Jordan river, the Qumran caves where the ancient Old Testament scrolls were discovered, and to swim in the Dead Sea! On Thursday this photo of the delegates was taken on the steps of the ancient Jewish temple.This is thought to be the most likely location of Peter’s Pentecost sermon followed by the baptism of 3,000 people in the surrounding ritual baths.”

    During the week a statement was produced entitled Letter to the Churches. You can access it through clicking this link. Join us in praying “that the Anglican Communion may become a mighty instrument in the hand of God for the salvation of the world.”

    You can find out more about the movement and access videos of talks from the week on the GAFCON website.

    The fellowship is based on the Jerusalem Declaration which you can read here: The Jerusalem Declaration