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COVID Update

In light of the recent relaxing of COVID-related rules by the Dutch government and in line with advice from the Interchurch government contact group (CIO) we are relaxing the Covid-related protocols, with effect from September 26th, as follows: We are very glad to be allowed to scrap the registration and symptom check. Churches do not need…

Annual General Meeting – 16 May 2021

Our AGM will take place on Sunday, 16th May 2021 at 15.30 via Zoom As agreed by Diocesan Rules, the AGM will be held via zoom. Zoom details will be provided a few days before the AGM. To participate, you must be on the Electoral Roll (ER). You should have checked, and if necessary, corrected…

Annual General Meeting 2021 Announcement

The Annual General Meeting of the Church of St. John and St. Philip, The Hague will be held on Sunday afternoon, 16 May 2021 In accordance with Diocese rules, this AGM will be held via Zoom due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Zoom details will be provided closer to the meeting. This announcement is for all…

Easter Day All Age Zoom – 9:30

On Easter Day we invite you to an All Age Zoom gathering (Leader: Canon Michael Roden and Preacher: Katherine Fortier). The zoom link for this service has been shared in last week’s Church email. If you would like to join this service please send an email requesting a Zoom link to .

Good Friday Service – 12:00

The Good Friday Service has three elements. Please feel free to join us for any or all:12.00-13.00: Poems and Readings for Good Friday13.00-14:00: Meditation on the Cross14.00-15.00: The Liturgy of the Cross Please click on this link to join the service.

Good Friday Workshop – 9:30

One highlight of Holy Week has always been our interactive hands-on Good Friday Workshop. This year, we aim to keep that feeling with some of the same elements in an interactive ZOOM version at 9:30 on Good Friday (2 April). As always, please feel free to invite your family and friends.If you can, do make…

Mothering Sunday – 14 March 2021

This weekend is Mothering Sunday and we are marking this with a joint service that includes all ages from our Church Family.  We really hope you can join us. As you can see below the meaning of Mothering Sunday has changed over time.   The Journey to the Mother Church In the 16th century, Mothering Sunday…