The beginning of a new chapter.
Celebration Church Delft Fellowship is a group of people that gathers every other week on Sunday night to close of our weeks with God and look forward to a new week with Him.
The setting of the evening are based on the biblical Sabbath meals. Within this setting we focus on celebrating communion together and focusing on the important role that Jesus plays in our lives. After this we enjoy a simple meal of soup and bread together. After the meal there will be time for us to study the Bible and pray for each other.
We speak Dutch and English and if needed, there is translation for French and German speaking people. Families with kids are welcome to join, we have a kidsroom available for you children to play during the biblestudy. We’d love to welcome to you to the table.
We are meeting every other week on Sunday, starting at 6 pm at the Hippolytusbuurt 22-24, 2641 CJ in Delft. (Bakery Suikerbuik). Because we want to organize these evenings according to the COVID restrictions, we want to ask you to let us know if you will be joining us and with how many people. You can do that via www.celebrationchurch.nl/delft . We are looking forward to welcome you!
Do you first want to get into contact with us or do you have questions for us? Send us an e-mail via firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’d love to welcome you to the table!
Leon & Mylène Korevaar
The setting of the evening are based off the biblical Sabbath meals. Within this setting we focus on celebrating communion together and focusing on the important role that Jesus plays in our lives. After this we enjoy a simple meal of soup and bread together. After the meal there will be time for us to study the Bible and pray for each other.
Revelation 3:20 reminds us that Jesus stands at the door and knocks, he tells us that if we invite him in, he will eat with us. When we partake in communion during Sabbath, we are demonstrating the supernatural act of inviting the presence of Jesus into our homes and we recognize that he is literally present with us in the meal. Sabbath communion is also a prophetic anticipation of the return of King Jesus when he will establish his eternal kingdom and we will partake with him in the marriage supper of the Lamb (Revelation. 19)