HTB News and upcoming events
|The FCJ Centre||
The FCJ Centre of Spirituality 211 Ave. Winston Churchill, 1180, Brussels is hosting the following events: Sunday 5 June: 14.00-18.00 COUPLES’ RETREAT Make your Relationship Priority no.1: in friendship, in love, in God. Tuesday 14 June CHRISTIAN CLASSICS BOOK CLUB, Wednesday 15 June UPPER ROOM SCRIPTURE PRAYER. All are welcome. For further information, visit www.fcjcentre.be or, email email@example.com, (GSM 0477 734551).
Young lady moving to Brussels in the last weekend of July would need accommodation for 3-6 months and maybe even more. She would like to rent a room+bathroom with a Christian family or share a house/apartment with other Christian people. It would be wonderful for the location to be not too far from the European Quarters. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 0040747021011.
|The Intl. Christian Women's Club||
The International Christian Women's Club of Brussels warmly invites you to their third Prayer Coffee of the year, this Thursday 19th May at 9.45 till 11.00 a.m. It will be held at Pam Clements’s home in Wezembeek-Oppem, Ave. Leopold III, 31. Tel ; 02 731 72 17, or email Pam at email@example.com for further details about the meeting, or how to get there. The prayer time will be followed by a planning session for our Garden Party Brunch in June, for which your ideas will be welcome also !
|The British Charitable Fund (BCF)||
The British Charitable Fund (BCF) was created by the Duke of Wellington in 1815 following the Battle of Waterloo to take care of wounded soldiers and their families. The Fund remains in operation today assisting British nationals or their spouses in Belgium financially and morally. The Charity’s patron is H.M. Philippe, King of the Belgians. Its President is H.E. Alison Rose, British Ambassador to Belgium. Holy Trinity has had a long association with BCF. Currently our pastoral assistant Janet Sayers is on the committee representing HT thus keeping up the supportive link. In June 2015 BCF celebrated its bicentennial year along with the commemorations of the Battle of Waterloo, and it did a great job to raise its profile during that year. The Fund is now actively pursuing a publicity campaign in order to increase the awareness of its existence and activities. For more info contact Janet Sayers.
|++ In The Upper Room ++||
Daily Prayer and Worship as part of the Archbishop of Canterbury's call to prayer between Ascension and Pentecost.
There are Four elements to each day- Prayer & Praise, Conversations at the Crossroads- reading and response,God & Me and Prayers to continue during the day. Please follow the link below for information for each day:
On Tuesday 24th May we are having a service of Choral Evensong at 19h30 in memory of Charles and John Wesley.
|Thy Kingdom Come||
There will be a prayer and praise service at 19h30 on Wednesday 11th May at Holy Trinity.
|Bridging Ascension to Pentecost||
The Archbishop of Canterbury has called on the Church of England for a concentrated effort of prayer during the period 6-15 May. As part of its response, Holy Trinity will be hosting prayer in the church each morning, using the format ‘In the Upper room - pray together, wait together’. We shall meet in church (baby friendly) each morning at 10 or on line (or a mixture, whatever works) as we bridge the gap between Ascension and Pentecost during the work week 9th -13th May, to share prayer (especially intercession for Brussels) worship, silence, reflection, using Common worship Morning Prayer, ‘conversations at the crossroads’ as provided by the Archbishop on the website http://thykingdom.co.uk/ and more informal time. Interested in being involved? Speak to Ann Milton or Jane Brown, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Also in response, St Paul’s Tervuren is organising a Prayer Walk at lunchtime (45 minutes) on 10th May at 12h45. Meeting place: Square de Meeus, park entrance on Rue du Luxembourg. For more details contact Sarah-Jane King email@example.com.
FCJ Centre of Spirituality 211 Ave. Winston Churchill, 1180, Brussels would like to inform you of their following events: Monday 2nd May: 19.00-22.00 Mess’AJE (cont.): Adult Biblical Faith Formation Course. Tuesday 17th May: 19.30-21.00 Christian Classics Book Club: All welcome. Wednesday 18th May: 19.30-21.00 Upper Room Scripture Prayer: All welcome. For further information, visit www.fcjcentre.be or, email firstname.lastname@example.org, (GSM 0477 734551).
Exodus Vision is delighted to invite you to the fifteenth birthday party of the group “Les Messagers- ISIMBI” which will take place on Friday 6th May from18h at stade Roi Baudouin, Avenue de Marathon 135, 1020 Brussels! Lots of activities await you including dancing hosted by dj Flo. African-style refreshments and snacks will be available throughout the evening. Tarifs: presales 10 euros (make payment to account No. BE16 0014 1518 8974 BIC: GEBABEBB with ref: Name+06 05 2016), at the door 15 euros.