English-speaking church in Eindhoven

Posts from 2019

Bishop Robert’s Christmas Message 2019

Trinity Church Eindhoven is part of the Church of England Diocese in Europe. As such we have a Bishop, Robert Innes, who works in Brussels and relates to churches like ours across the whole of Europe from Turkey to Ibiza, Moscow to Morocco. Here is his Christmas message to all the churches. During August I…

Story Bags

In 2017-2018 Lynne Starrenburg and Manju Daniel started assembling story bags in connection to the All age services. These services mostly have a secular story book reading in connection with the overall theme of the service. We have about 10 such bags for your use. Story bags contain story books read at that particular service,…

Indian Christians Event 2019

It’s soon Christmas time, a season of vast opportunities to connect with friends families; sharing the joy of the birth of our Saviour and our salvation. Jesus calls on his followers to make disciples, in every possible walk of life. This brings in the burden to share the gospel to everyone who needs to hear…

Some Wisdom from Justin Welby

I am not a close follower of official publications, but recently I chanced upon something that I think speaks clearly to Trinity Church. As happens with genuinely wise words, someone noted a line in a sermon by the Church of England’s Archbishop Justin Welby which was then referred to somewhere for me to find, and…

Day 11 – Shiloh & Samaria

I have three destinations to share about for Day 11 – which was amazing. We headed north from Jerusalem to Shiloh which was the first longterm site of the Tabernacle after arriving in the land at the end of the exodus wanderings from Egypt. (See Joshua 18:1) The Tabernacle remained in Shiloh for 396 years…

Day 9 – Yad Vashem

Today was a free day in Jerusalem without guided tours. We took the opportunity to visit Yad Vashem – the Jewish memorial to the Holocaust, also known as the Shoah (שואה), meaning “calamity” in Hebrew (link to Wikipedia page on the Shoah – in Hebrew). As a student of twentieth century history I have been…