|Edith Cavell Centenary Preparation||
The BECCG (Belgian Edith Cavell Commemoration Group) is looking for an amateur cameraman or use of a camera to do some filming in preparation of the commemoration of the centenary of nurse Edith Cavell. The filming would involve one other person. It could be done on a week end and would only take a couple of hours. If you can help either filming or lending a camera, then please contact Birte Day email@example.com
|The Scott Holland Trust lecture||
A date for your diaries: on Saturday, 11 October, from 10:00 until 15:00, the Chapel for Europe will be hosting the Scott Holland Trust lecture. Bishop Geoffrey will be moderating several distinguished speakers on the topic of unity and diversity in Europe, in light of the First World War. For more information, you may visit http://www.scotthollandtrust.org.uk/ or send Jeremy Heuslein a query at firstname.lastname@example.org
|The Intl. Christian Women's Club||
The International Christian Women’s Club of Brussels invites you to their Brunch “Welcome Back” on Tuesday September 16th 9.45-12 noon at ‘Terry’s café’, Christian Center, 47, Chaussée de Waterloo, 1640 Rhode-St-Genese. Music to welcome you, and special guest speaker Andrew Gardner. See notice in lobby for details.
|The FCJ Centre of Spirituality||
FCJ Centre of Spirituality 211 Ave. Winston Churchill, 1180, Brussels announces its autumn programme: Wednesday 17 September 19.30- 21.00: Upper Room Scripture Prayer group. Monday evenings (19.00-22.00) Oct. 13, Nov. 3, 17, Dec. 1, 15, Jan. 19, Feb. 2, 23, Mar. 9, 23, Apr. 20: May 4, 11/18: Mess’AJE (Threshold 2: Exile and Prophets): Adult faith formation programme For further information, visit www.fcjcentre.be or, email email@example.com, (GSM 0477 734551).
1 bedroom duplex in townhouse for rent with fully-equipped kitchen, dining room, living room, bathroom, shower room, balcony, and jardinette. Five minutes walk from Montgomery station. For inquiries, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
After a year long internship at the European Parliament (under CARE for Europe) I have been offered a further traineeship, but on a limited and indefinite contract. For this reason, I am looking for flexible and low-cost lodging in Brussels (email@example.com. Many thanks from a 7pm service brother, Jonathan de Leyser.
|Anglican Religious Education||
Families may opt for Anglican religious education in Flemish schools in Brussels and Flanders. In addition, the classes may be given in English. We are also always on the look out for new teachers or those who wish to train in Anglican RE. For more information, please contact Birte Day firstname.lastname@example.org
|The Chapel for Europe||
The Chapel for Europe warmly invites you to its Inaugural Ecumenical Prayer on Tuesday, 23rd September at 19:00. This opens our term at the Chapel, so the regular Thursday Ecumenical Prayer Lunch will start on the 25th at 13:00. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jeremy Heuslein at email@example.com
This month’s Mission Focus is Mission East, a Christian relief and development organisation working in Eastern Europe and Asia (Afghanistan, Armenia, Iraq, Myanmar/Burma, Nepal, North Korea, Romania and Tajikistan). We work through activities ranging from disaster relief to development assistance and our mission is to help vulnerable populations and support communities' capacities to organize and assist themselves. We aim to assist the most vulnerable without any racial, religious or political distinction. Several of our staff are members at HTB (Richard Peppiette, Alex Ramos-Peña, Peter Drummond Smith, Kendrah Jespersen) please feel free to talk to them for more information. Please particularly pray for us as we start operations in northern Iraq under very difficult circumstances.
Homegroups Holy Trinity offers several groups that meet in member’s homes during the week. These are a good way of building friendships and deepening faith. All our homegroups include prayer and Bible study. If you are interested in joining a homegroup please speak to one of the clergy or group leaders.