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Women’s Prayer meeting bi-weekly via zoom
Please get in touch to receive their contact details if you would like to attend the meetings or to send in your prayer requests. The dates can be found, alongside all other upcoming events on this website.

Appointment Process for a new Minister
The Anglican Church Freiburg has been in a period of interregnum since summer 2020. The months since have been filled with much planning and the drawing up of all the paperwork necessary to begin the recruitment process of a new vicar for our church. The advert for the job post was published in November, serveral applications received by the diocese and the interviews happened in early December via online conferences.

We are very pleased that an agreement was reached then. At this point in time there is much work being done behind the scenes by the wardens of the ACF, the Archdeacon and the prospective new clergy to sort the necessary bureaucracy involved.
All details are still confidential and the wardens will inform the ACF community as soon as further information can be shared.

Thank you all very much for your prayers, practical support and financial contributions that helps lauch this church into its next chapter!

European Anglicans
Click here to browse a round-up of 2020 at the Diocese in Europe. (You might even spot a member of our church somwehere on the pages. 😉 )
Here is a summary of the Advent and Christmas season throughout Europe.
Bishop Robert has addressed Brexit and the Calais refugee situation and the Diocese in Europe too is examining their role in racial justice issues.

Anglican Church Basel

New Minister
Our brothers & sister in Basel are, as we are, in a period of interregnum and we feel honoured to join them in prayer for the appointment process of a new chaplain.
It was a great joy when we were informed that a person has been nominated to be their new minister, whose name has not yet been released. We will keep the congregation in Basel in our prayers as arrangements are being made.

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