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Looking for kids church resources?

We’ve got videos, craft & activity ideas, God time notes for older kids and much more.

Live Stream


Join us on Sunday mornings at 10am, and watch our live stream through YouTube.

When the stream is over, you will be able to watch it back on this page or on our YouTube Channel.

Sunday service – 11 April 2021 – 10:00 AM

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Are you signed up for our bi-weekly newsletter? It’s the easiest way to stay up to date with upcoming (online) events and church & community news.

You can register with us via ChurchSuite. (Make sure you check the box to receive general emails).

Prayer meetings

We meet together every Sunday evening on Zoom from 20:00-21:00 for prayer and worship.

Want to pray with others during the week? We also pray together Monday to Friday on Zoom at 08:00-8:30. You can find details in our Sunday emails.


Do you miss chatting with people after church? And praying together?
Join the Redeemer Lounge after Sunday service livestream! Meet new people, hang out, laugh, pray. Looking forward to seeing you there!

Sign up to join:

Sunday 18 April @ 11:15

Sunday 25 April @ 11:15

Frequently Asked Questions

Coronavirus update

Every Sunday morning at 10am you can join our service via live stream. Due to current measures we won’t be meeting at the Nieuwe Kerk. We will update this website when there is news and send out emails with more information. If you are not receiving emails, sign-up here.

Sunday Services (Live stream)

The gathering live stream will begin at 10am and finish around 10:45am. This video will be kept on our YouTube channel for you to watch afterwards.

No, the government has asked that church gatherings be online if possible, and for in-person gatherings to be restricted to a maximum of 30 people. This additional measure reflects the seriousness of the health crisis that we find ourselves in.

As a church we feel it is important to follow this Government guideline and support their effort to protect the vulnerable in our society. Although we could still technically gather with 30 in the Nieuwe Kerk, we have taken the decision as elders to not do this. Considerable staff focus and volunteer support are needed to run Corona ‘safe’ meetings in the Nieuwe Kerk and that energy and focus can be better deployed with connecting people to each other and streaming a Sunday morning service that connects with the whole church. This has not been an easy decision but we feel it best as we weigh up all the factors.

For those who have signed up for one of the upcoming Sundays in the Nieuwe Kerk, these will obviously now not be happening. We am sorry that you will not be able to come. We will miss seeing you in person!

We have one predominantly English gathering from 10am to 11am. This will be live streamed via YouTube. The current plan is when we add another gathering, that one will be predominantly Dutch.

Kids – Teens – Family

The weekly kids online resources are currently only in English. (We are working on bringing you Dutch content in the coming months.) Our Sunday morning groups are a mixture of English and Dutch. We always ensure that there is at least one Dutch speaking leader in the group.

Yes, the teens meet on zoom on Saturdays from 17:00-18:30. We are hoping to gradually move towards having more and more of these meetings in person if corona measures allow it.

I’m new, what do I need to know?

Gathering: worship, notices, stories/testimonies, preach, worship, communion

Live  stream on YouTube

Please complete this registration form with your details and make sure the box ‘receive general emails’ is ticked

These are our mid-week groups who meet on Zoom or in person. They are usually arranged by where you live. Please see this link for our latest list of groups. If you would like to join one, please email and Katherine, who oversees our lifegroup admin, will be in contact with you soon.

Please complete this form and make sure the box ‘receive general emails’ is ticked. We then have your consent to send you our weekly Sunday morning emails, newsletters and any other updates.

Got a question that isn’t answered in the FAQ? Send us an email!

General questions

Yes, we can! Send us an email at

Are you in need of help? Or do you want to help those in need? Look at the social help section above. But also send us an email letting us know what kind of help you need or in what ways you can help:

We want to stay connected as lifegroups during this time but also we are also following RIVM guidelines for all group meetings. Current guidelines advise people to limit contact, and to have a maximum of 2 visitors in your home per day. In this season, most of our lifegroups are meeting online via Skype, Zoom or other video calling tools (with occasional in-person meetings if they meet RIVM guidelines).

Do make sure you look out for each other and when people are isolated or need help, see if you can help or reach out to us:


This year has taught us a lot about what it means to be a family together, even when we are unable or limited in our ability to meet in person due to changing coronavirus measures.

While the shape of church community has changed in response to ongoing coronavirus measures, our heart for community and gathering has not. In the next season, we will not able to meet together in larger groups, but what if church would meet on a small scale all over the city?

Our challenge to you: in your life group, your geographical area, or amongst your community outside church – grab a friend or a family unit from 1 other household and invite them around to your house on Sunday mornings. At its very core, church is a time to meet with God and meet with others – to share, pray and worship together. That can be a group of 2 or (as we hope for again one day) a Sunday gathering when we can have a whole church community together.

What does it involve?

It’s a simple concept – find one other person or family unit and commit to watching the Sunday service together for the next 6 weeks. This falls within government guidelines for allowed visitors at home, and allows you to connect regularly in-person with someone else from church. During the service you can watch together, pray together, and do communion together (if you feel comfortable, you can even share a meal together after the service).

How can I get connected to a Sunday Watch Buddy?

It’s really simple – invite someone who is in your life group, lives in the area or who would enjoy connecting in this way.

Are you new to Redeemer? Or you don’t know anyone yet? We can help! Fill in this form and we’ll connect you to a Sunday Watch Buddy!

Is it a one-time thing? Or am I stuck with my Watch Buddy forever?

This first Sunday Watch Buddy season will run for 6 weeks from November to mid-December. During this time you’ll meet regularly with the same Watch Buddy. In December, we’ll take a short break. After that, in the next Sunday Watch Buddy season, you can partner up with a different Sunday Watch Buddy.

Our daily encouragement video series has now ended. In future, if we go into another strict lockdown we may start up the series again.

Want to watch back any of the videos from our six-month series? You can find them on our Redeemer International Church YouTube channel.