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Welcome to the Anglican Church Freiburg! We’re thrilled to have you.We are a Church of England congregation in the Diocese in Europe, made up of people from 25 different nations from all over the world. Freiburg im Breisgau in south-west Germany is the (sometimes temporary) home of the wonderful individuals who worship with us. Our... Continue Reading →

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News from... ... the Anglican Church Freiburg... the Diocese... the Church of England... and the wider Church From the Anglican Church Freiburg Appoitment process of our new ministerThe Revd Vinod VictorHe is a well know priest of the Church of South India, currently serving in the Diocese of South Kerala, as priest in charge of... Continue Reading →

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Taste and see that the Lord is gracious

--- Midweek Meditations:thoughts, inspiration and encouragementfrom ACF community members --- Last Sunday Tini spoke to us about Bartimaeus, a blind man who, unable to work for a living, was forced to beg on the outskirts of the town of Jericho. Being afflicted by such an illness or disability was viewed at that time as a... Continue Reading →

Meditation on John Muir

--- Midweek Meditations:thoughts, inspiration and encouragementfrom ACF community members --- What a lovely surprise, opening the daily Richard Rohr (Oct. 10, 2021) meditations and finding Praise the Lord from the earth,Sea monsters and all deeps;Fire and hail, snow and clouds;Stormy wind, fulfilling God’s word;Mountains and all hills;Fruit trees and all cedars;Beasts and all cattle;Creeping things... Continue Reading →

Deep Roots will produce robust Shoots

--- Midweek Meditations:thoughts, inspiration and encouragementfrom ACF community members --- Modern technology has greatly aided the ability of the meteorological forecasters to detect and report the movement of hurricane force winds throughout the world. However there are still times when one is caught by surprise, as was the case here in Freiburg/Black Forest a few... Continue Reading →

Camping, serving, singing…

--- Midweek Meditations:thoughts, inspiration and encouragementfrom ACF community members --- When I was a teenager, just before I went to university, I went with a friend to “Soul Survivor”. This “Soul Survivor” event was organised by a large church in Watford/North London. They also had a record label that published artists such as Tim Hughes... Continue Reading →

There once was a village in Bavaria

--- Midweek Meditations:thoughts, inspiration and encouragementfrom ACF community members --- There once was a village in staunchly catholic and equally staunchly conservative rural Bavaria where every election netted the same solid absolute majorities for the ruling Christian Social Union party, the CSU. And so things went on for decades. However, much to the chagrin of... Continue Reading →

Doing the right thing

--- Midweek Meditations:thoughts, inspiration and encouragementfrom ACF community members --- This Tuesday, the 76th session of the UN General Assembly will open. On Friday, another ‘Fridays for Future’ demonstration is to be held in Freiburg (and worldwide). On 26 September, the next Bundestagswahl will be take place. Each event has already generated heated debate. The... Continue Reading →

After the floods

--- Midweek Meditations:thoughts, inspiration and encouragementfrom ACF community members --- “Öl” somebody has chalked in orange onto the side of the gutted house, it’s vacant, eye-like windows staring at the devastation that used to be Ahr river valley. Careful, whoever is going to tend to this ruin of somebody’s livelihood next – likely, there is... Continue Reading →

Ponderings of a Traveller

--- Midweek Meditations:thoughts, inspiration and encouragementfrom ACF community members --- Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind; and, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.'Luke 10:27 Just recently, while traveling, this passage kept popping into my mind. I couldn’t seem to... Continue Reading →

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