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Chapel for Europe
rue Van Maerlant 22-24
Brussels, Belgium, 1040
Until Christmas, the Ecumenical Prayer Lunch is exploring the ministry of the God’s Kingdom, as Jesus proclaims it in Luke 4. Specifically, we are praying through the ways that we may be a part of that Kingdom work today — wherever we work or live.
This week we pray through that opening line: “proclaiming freedom for the prisoners.” week’s prayer is led by Frederik Kossmann of the German Lutheran Church.
Come and pray. Silence. Sung psalms. Ancient chants. Emotive praise. Poetry. Contemplation. There are many ways to pray.
Across the various Christian traditions, people have practised and developed a multitude of avenues into prayer. In this portrait of Christianity, every one can find a place and get learn to experience the presence of God in different ways.
Come and sit in silence. Come and sing contemporary praises. Come and sing ancient hymns. Come and imagine your place in the story of the Scriptures. Come and pray in the different ways that Christians have over the millennia.
As always, after the Ecumenical Prayer, there be lunch at the Chapel to which you are warmly invited.