• Christ Church Heiloo Sunday Teaching Series, April – May 2018

    1 John: Living in the Love of God

    During April and May 2018, Christ Church Heiloo’s Sunday Teaching will focus on the letter of 1 John. Join us as we open up and explore this short Bible book together. This part of God’s Word can seem complicated to understand, but this verse gives a good summary of what it calls us to do: This is God’s commandment: to believe in the name of his Son, Jesus Christ, and to love one another.”  (1 John 3.23)  Watching this ten minute video from The Bible Project will help you get a basic introduction to the book. The video is titled 1 – 3 John, (referring to the three New Testament letters written by John), but it is mainly about 1 John. We look forward to growing as disciples of Jesus by studying this part of God’s Word together. Come and join us!

  • Praying Together…

    Prayer is at the heart of the Christian life and key to the ministry of our church. Our next prayer meeting will be on Wednesday 16th May 18.00 – 20.30. The evening will be hosted by the Veeramani family in Beverwijk. Join us to seek God together for the growth of his kingdom, including prayer for the Intercontinental Church Society (ICS), which is our mission partner focus for May. The evening starts with dinner from 18.00, and the prayer time will run from 19.00 beginning with sung worship and thanks giving. Please email if you would like to join us for dinner and for details of the location.

     

  • Christ Church Heiloo Good Friday Film Screening, 19:30

    19.30 – 21.30  Film Screening: The Case for Christ (Kijkwizer 12)  A Wife’s Faith Collides With Her Husband’s Atheism: Based on a True Story.

    The film tells the story of Chicago Journalist Lee Strobels’ mission to disprove Christianity after his wife Leslie, became a Christian. Strobels applies his research skills to investigate the claim that Jesus was resurrected after his Good Friday death by Roman crucifixion. The film gets its name from the book that Strobel’s published in 1998.

    The film will be screened in the Ter Coulsterkerk coffee room (Holleweg 111, 1851 KE, Heiloo) in English with Nederlandse ondertiteling. Admission is free with hot drinks and snacks available before the film from 19:00. Children must be 12 years of age to attend.

    21:45 – 22:10 Optional Movie Discussion Circles for adults and teenagers. An opportunity to share your thoughts about the film and to discuss with others.

    If you have any questions about the film screening, please email easter@christchurch-heiloo.nl