Why Our Church

Welcome to Christ Church

Welcome, in the name of Christ, to Christ Church Düsseldorf. The door is open for you here: wherever you come from, whatever language you speak, whether you have been a Christian all your life, or you are completely new to Christian faith. You are very welcome to worship and serve Christ with us, as part of a Christian family.

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Our Roots

William Thomas Mulvany was born 1806 in Ireland and died on 1885 in Germany.

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Our Mission

The mission of our church is to please God by making disciples of Jesus Christ.

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Our Church

Our church is a Christian family, where we gather around Christ and grow more like him.

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    From The Blog
    Gafcon Diary Part 1
    Gafcon Diary Part 1

    Shalom ‘alechem m yirushalayim This has been an extraordinary 48 hours at the 2018 Global Anglican Future Conference. Arriving in Israel yesterday was deeply moving. Driving along the motorway in the coach, I had the strange experience of being in a country that was at once strange and very familiar, as I was able to

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    Evangelium 21
    Evangelium 21

    Guest Post by Graham Weale Summary of Evangelium21 held in Hamburg 24-26th May 2020   Dear Friends in Christchurch, I am writing this letter in a personal capacity to share with you some of the great messages and encouragements which came out of this meeting. Our chaplain and two other church members were also present

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    The Wedding Sermon

    The Wedding Sermon   Much has now been written about the sermon preached at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex by Michael Curry, the Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church, USA. I don’t intend to add to this: David Robertson, Stephen Watkinson, Mark Burkill and David Ould have already explained first of

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    Our Pastor

    “One thing I ask of the Lord”

    This is what I seek: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to gaze upon the beauty of the Lord and to seek him in his temple. Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the man who takes refuge in him. The Lord is everlasting God, the creator of all the ends of the earth.

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    Podcasts
    Sunday Message
    by Stephen Wolten
    Holy Spirit: Strategic Thinking
    by Stephen Walton
    Sunday Message
    by Stephen Walton