The Anglican Church in The Hague

Feel At Home Fair Photos

We would like to say a big thank-you to all those who were involved in the preparations and keeping our stall at the Feel At Home Fair last Sunday. Special mention is due to Rosette, Jeanne and Matt for the preparatory work, to Christina and the Choir for pulling off a formidable performance, to Kathy,…

Prayer Update

There will be a Prayer Meeting in the Church Lounge on Wed. Feb. 7th at 19h30. It will be led by Rosette Morrison. Prayer Chain – Please don’t forget that we have a group of people who will pray for you – no matter what your concerns might be. This is our Prayer chain. Requests…

Church Office Closed

The church office will be closed between Christmas and New Year, and will reopen on Tuesday 2nd January. There will not be a Holy Communion service on Wednesday 27th December, or Cafe Connect on Friday 29th. If you need to urgently speak to someone during this time, please contact Andrew Gready.

Advent Appeal: Tabitha Ministries

We have an Appeal at this time every year to support Tabitha Ministries, and the work that they do in Palestine. The money raised from this appeal goes specifically towards a children’s Christmas Party which is held every year, for children of all faiths in the area around Zababdeh on the West Bank. More details…

Photos: Christmas Market

On Saturday we had a very successful Christmas Market! Thank you to Lisa Bates, Carolyn Wiersum, Emma Moore and the big team of volunteers for all their hard work.Click on the link below to see some photos which were taken by Moses Akena and Jeanne Tubbergen. Christmas Market (Nov 2017) / Google Photos

This Sunday: Family Lunch

Join us for our bring and share Family Lunch on Sunday, after the 10h30 services! Please bring your delicious ready-made dishes to the kitchen before the 10h30 services. Contact Molly for further information:

Photos: Book Fair

On Saturday we had a very successful Book Fair, raising a record amount of almost 1400 euros! Thank you to Hugh Ellis and the team of volunteers for all their hard work.Click on the link below to see some photos which were taken by Moses Akena. Book Fair (Oct 2017) / Google Photos  

Chaplaincy Safeguarding Protocol 2017

In order to keep our adults and children safe, our church places an important emphasis on Safeguarding. Recently, the Chaplaincy Church Council agreed to implement the Chaplaincy Safeguarding Protocol 2017, which you can download here. If you are a lay volunteer at church, and are not already in the process of being safeguard vetted, please…

Service Patterns At St John & St Philip

As I am sure you are aware, we have been ‘experimenting’ with a different service pattern at StJ&StP since April ’16. We wanted to do this for several reasons – among them, we planned to build on the strong music traditions we have here with the two 10h30 services, to allow children and youth from…