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`Religion may have had it’s function for the progression of the evolution of mankind, but for now it’s role is over and it is better not to be religious.’ This is the opinion of many today, isn’t it? `

Although religions brought good things, like some morality and social cohesion, for now we can do without, can’t we? Since, having a closer look at it, it’s morality makes people unfree. And ultimately it doesn’t bind people together, but it rather separates people and stirs them up against each other. Why else all the religious wars and conflicts throughout history and even still?’ We warmly invite you to join upcoming Sunday’s ICF-Delft church service to see how the Bible deals with these questions. We will read a challenging Bible passage: Numbers 25.

Pastor Jos Slager


Treasure Seekers

Last week the children saw that Moses sinned — and needed God’s forgiveness, just like we all do.  This week the passage from Numbers 21 is a big pointer to how God forgives: through faith in Jesus.  Symptom-free kids ages 3-11 are welcome to Treasure Seekers groups.  The creche facilities are also available for 0-2 year olds.Lesson Title    : The Bronze SnakeText                  : Numbers 21:4-9
Big Idea          : When God’s people were about to die because of their sin they had to look at the snake on the pole to be saved.
Teaching Aim : For the children to know that the only way for them to live forever is to trust in Jesus’ death on the cross. Nothing more.


Date:25 September 2022
Time:12:30 pm
Location:New Church Delft
Speaker:Jos Slager

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