Sunday Service at 11AM and Signup

Because of the coronavirus, and in order to respect government regulations, our 11AM Sunday Service has a limit on the number of people who can be physically present at the same time. ALL who wish to participate must first register their names for the service. Because of the size of our congregation, we will have…

IBC Brussels Adult Class

Join us on Sunday Evenings from 19.00 to 20.00 commencing October 11, 2020. Phil Fisk will lead us in a series in  ‘Great Debates in Church History and Why They Matter: On God’s Sovereignty and Human Free Choice.’ Unwittingly, in most denominations and churches there are muddled ideas, dubious doctrines, and evangelical “shibboleths” that have…

VBS 2020

Some snap- and screenshots from our virtual VBS 2020

Ladies’ Bible Study (LBS) – Autumn 2020

This Autumn our fellowship will take on a new format, and small groups will meet at individual homes. We will continue to meet every Thursday morning through the weeks of 1 October to 10 December 2020. Please join our Autumn study of the Old Testament books of Ruth & Esther for: ¨ In-depth Bible Study…

Open Doors Heroes Race 2020 | 6 Km of Tervuren

New appointment for the Heroes Race on the 10th of October 2020, in the park of Tervuren, close to IBC Brussels! Open Doors is the world’s largest outreach to persecuted Christians in the most high-risk places. You have most probably guessed that the “heroes” of the “Heroes Race” are not the runners, but those whose…

God, cold feet and kindling hope!

Sermon on June 28 by Pastor Roland Eskinazi Scripture: Ruth 3   God can do a great work through odd connections. Witness Naomi’s plans, Boaz’s cold feet and Ruth’s strong shoulders! When God paves the way: 1. HE PROMPTS US TO ACTION, NOT RESIGNATION! (v1-6) Naomi does not sit back – a risky plan is…

When your Bethlehem baffles you!

Sermon on June 21 by Pastor Roland Eskinazi Scripture: Ruth 2   Most of life is not played out in big places. God can do an amazing work in a simple barley field! When your Bethlehem baffles you, there’s always: 1. A SUBTLE PROVIDENCE THAT YOU CAN’T SEE! (v1-4) Ruth just happens to go to…

Dead-ends are God-ends!

Sermon on June 14 by Pastor Roland Eskinazi Scripture: Ruth 1   Sometimes it takes only 5 verses for your world to crumble…. When life seems to hit a dead-end: 1. SEE GOD – IN HIS UNREMARKABLE PROVISION! Despite the past, and Elimelek (name = ‘God is King’) leaving Bethlehem for Moab, God has a…

Can the King help us humble ourselves?

Sermon on June 7 by Greg Helms Scripture:  Philippians 2:1-11   Humility is the only soil in which the graces root; the lack of humility is the sufficient explanation of every defect and failure. -Andrew Murray True Humility in mankind is seeing God as He is and seeing ourselves as we are—according to His Word….

Benediction for a contagious life!

Sermon on May 31 by Pastor Roland Eskinazi Scripture: Romans 15:4-13     Of all the things we might be praying for each other, let us learn from what Paul sees as vital, in his prayer for the Romans. When your hope seems to drag: 1. KEEP YOUR EYE ON GOD, ALWAYS!      “May the…

Coronavirus and Christ

Join us in the blessings of new adult class commencing on 31 May! We meet over the webex each Sunday and commence promptly at 10.00 (CET). Coronavirus and Christ. If God indeed governs “all things according to the counsel of his will” (Eph. 1:11), and if this coronavirus outbreak, with all its devastation, is in…