The Bible is full of great stories which are part of our cultural heritage and collective knowledge. Who hasn’t heard of Adam and Eve, Noah’s Ark, the Ten Commandments, David and Goliath, the creation of the world or Jesus walking on water. Novelists and artists refer to these stories in their works, and they are popular children’s tales too. They fascinate and inspire people around the globe and across cultures and religious affiliations.
Reverend Carla Maurer will explore and re-interpret these famous stories, the ‘greatest hits’ of the Bible, in a sermon series starting in January and running until the summer break at the end of July.
Join us on Sunday 17 March at 11:00 am to hear the latest in a series of sermons on famous stories -” greatest hits” from the Bible. This week it is the story of the Tower of Babel from the book of Genesis in the Old Testament.
The service will be a Children’s and Family Service with time dedicated to a children’s story and time for drawing and play and time for children to draw and play in the Gallery, and for parents to meet each other.
Come along and join us. Our sermons are in English, with hymns in French , English and German.
Sunday service is followed by lunch at 12:15. Services are every first and third Sunday of the month. Everyone is welcome!