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Every Sunday the ICF Delft community gathers together to meet God as the Bible is explained. Everyone is welcome, whether you are a committed follower of Jesus, or just exploring.

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Could you imagine that you would be part of a family and that you would leave your family without saying goodbye? Or could you imagine that you would be part of a family and on a certain day there is someone at the table you have never seen - and that you would just eat together, without introducing yourself to one another? I couldn't. In a family, you know each other's names. Normally you know the names of your brothers and your sisters. Now the church is not just like a family - it IS a family.

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Last week I shared a bit more concerning what ICF Delft is excited about. In introducing you to ICF Delft, this week I want to share a bit more about ICF Delft's intercultural DNA. That we are an international church, means more than that we consist of people coming from many nations - from all across the world. Indeed  we are such a church. But to be intercultural means for us, that we also value that God is at work in the different cultures of the world. And therefore we chose to have people from different cultures in the council, the music team, the children's ministry - and so on. That is not always easy. Sometimes it is easier to do things the way you are used to in your own culture. Then people of all kind of cultures may still be welcome, but underlying there is the conviction that one culture is best and should be leading. We reject that vision. Though we know it is not the easiest pathway for a church. However, we believe it is the pathway that honours God most.

By the way, ICF Delft also knows a lot of intercultural couples. To bein an intercultural marriage can also be difficult at times. If you struggle herein, do not hesitate to ask for some help! We have some experience now in how to deal with that. Besides of the difficulties of being intercultural, finally you will see it is a very joyful and very glorious thing - prefiguring the future: before the throne of God a multitude of many nations and languages will together worship the Saviour and King.

Situation regarding COVID-19:

From Sunday, 27 February, all the restrictions will be over. Thank God! However, some of us may feel their health is vulnerable and some may still want to keep distance, and/or wear a facemask. Then let us respect that; and be aware that there are always places in the Nieuwe Kerk where you can be seated and can still keep distance.


25 March 2023

Guest service | Palm Sunday on 2 April. You are welcome to join!


20 January 2023

Last autumn we offered the Life Explored course. This course is especially for those who are completely new to Christianity and interested to investigate and learn a bit more. Soon, … Read more


20 January 2023

On Saturday 21 January there is an evening of praise and prayer in the Nieuwe Kerk, organised by ICF Delft, Redeemer Delft, Mount Zion, University church Delft, Celebration church and … Read more

Invitation Christmas Eve Dinner & Carols

10 December 2022

A warm invitation to International students who will be staying in Delft over the Christmas holidays. Christmas Eve Dinner and Carols: Saturday December 24th | 19:00 -21:00 | Immanuelkerk, Delft … Read more

We want to connect with you! This is our promise:

We will communicate the gospel clearly and strikingly

The gospel is ‘good news’ about what Jesus Christ has done. It invites us to respond to it.

God wants to give you the gift of a new life

Visit us regulary and let us explain how the work of the Holy Spirit will change your life (Galatians 2:20).

We will communicate the gospel clearly and strikingly

The gospel is ‘good news’ about what Jesus Christ has done. It invites us to respond to it.