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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Martin Luther’s Haircut (Updated)
Martin Luther’s Haircut (Updated)

Martin Luther’s Haircut   I’m a typical man: I like to get my haircuts over and done with as quickly as possible. As far as visits to the barbers are concerned, my sympathies are with Martin Luther when he was a monk: his haircut would have been short, simple, and easily done. But when the

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Jesus’ vision statement
Jesus’ vision statement

Everyone now has to have a “mission statement” or a “vision statement”. Let me give you some examples. Google’s mission statement is: “To provide access to the world’s information in one click”- ironically, that was quite hard to find using google. Amazon say that their vision is to be “The world’s most customer-centric company”. Starbucks

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The Hammer
The Hammer

  500 years ago, Europe rang to the blows of a hammer. On 31st October 2017, Martin Luther published his 95 theses, protesting against the commercialization of God’s sovereign grace by the sale of indulgences. He may have done this by nailing them to the church door in Wittenberg: later stories say that he did,

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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