Leipzig English Church
A diverse church committed to Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour, worshipping Him primarily in the English language. We seek to love God in all of our lives, with all that we are—"with all our heart, soul, mind and strength". We do this in response to what He has made known of Himself in Scripture, with an emphasis on:
- Bible teaching: We believe that when the Bible is taught, God's voice is heard and only this can meet our deepest needs.
- Prayer: We aim to be a church built by God not man!
Officially Anglican, and with our roots in that denomination, we aim to be a church where a person from any church background (and none) can feel at home. Many people comment on the warm and friendly atmosphere on Sundays, and enjoy the blending of old and new, traditional and contemporary.
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Sonntag um Vier and the Evening Service will be replaced from 3rd to 31st July by a single service in German at 5pm (without children's ministry).
The morning children's ministry will take a break from 26th June to 31st July inclusive. There will be organised activities for the children during these services.
This year's All Age Service for Schulanfang will be a week into term, on Sunday, 14th August.
Tiny Tots, Youth Group and Youth Group Plus will take a summer break in July.
“And Samuel cried out to the Lord for Israel,
and the Lord answered him”. (1 Samuel 7:9)
Our main corporate time of prayer is
on the first Wednesday in the month
in the Andreas-Gemeindehaus.
Church members are urged to make this a priority.
Es wird immer eine deutschsprachige
Wednesday, 6th July 2016 7:30pm
Youth Camp “Interaction” in Belgium
A group of 15 young people and leaders from LEC will be going on this year’s camp from Thursday 21st to Saturday 30th July.
Prayer for protection and blessing much appreciated!
Sunday, 24th July: a bring-and-share barbecue lunch at the Fenchels' home, Wannewitz 10, 04509 Schönwölkau.
After lunch we plan to baptise two people in the full immersion font (Taufbecken) there.
Lifts will be arranged at 12:30pm from the Gemeindehaus. Do bring some food to share, your swimsuit - and a car if you have one!
There will be a special Bereans meeting on Sunday, 31st July with Professor Mark Noll (father of Mary Venables). He will speak on the topic:
"The New Shape of World Christianity".
It will take place after the 5pm service, at about 7pm.
The LEC Women's Book Group will meet Monday, 1st August at 7:30pm at the Moshers' to discuss the last biography (Helen Roseveare) in our book, Faithful Women and Their Extraordinary God. Newcomers are welcome. Contact Ellen Mosher firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
10th September 2016 Pudding Club
2nd - 5th June 2017 Church Weekend Away