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.
Please use the menu bar at the top to explore this website. We hope that it will tell you everything you need to know about LEC. But if it does not, just ask.
Sonntag um Vier and the Evening Service . . .
will be replaced on 9th, 16th and 23rd August by a single service in German at 5pm (without children's ministry).
The children's ministry will take a break from 12th July to 16th August inclusive. There will be organised activities for the children during these services.
Normal ministry will resume on Sunday 30th August.
“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, 12th August 2015 7:30pm
Do bring some food to share and your swimsuit!
All Age Service for 'Schulanfang'
School starts again this month and we especially want to bless all the school children for the joys and challenges that lie ahead of them.
The morning service on Sunday 23rd August will be a bilingual All Age service for "Schulanfang".
NB there will still be child care at Su4 that Sunday.
Hickels are back (almost)
We look forward to having the Hickel family back amongst us towards the end of August. Klaus' first Sunday back on duty will be 23rd August.
1000 Beter für Leipzig
See www.hoffnung-fuer-leipzig.de to find out about this contribution by Ev. Allianz churches to '1000 Jahre Leipzig'. It will culminate in a joint service and prayer walks on Buss- und Bettag (see below).
10th - 11th October – 20th Anniversary of LEC
25th October – visit of Bishop Robert and confirmations
18th November - Buss- und Bettag: 10:30am Ev. Allianz service as part of the initiative '1000 Beter für Leipzig'