I went to the 9.30 service as I had to check out of my hotel at 12.00. I found the sign as in the picture which directed me to the back of the Dutch Consulate. The church building felt warm and attractive in red brick and plaster inside. The musicians were still rehearsing when I arrived - there was someone at the grand piano, a lead singer, someone on drums, and someone else on a recorder. I was delighted to hear familiar songs like Townend's 'The Lord's my Shepherd' and Redman's 'Blessed be your name'. When the service started there were about 40 people, I think, and newcomers were welcomed (there were about 6 of us). Later on the acting pastor gave an excellent sermon on Nehemiah chapter 5. There is normally tea and coffee at the lawn of the Consulate but because it was raining, this didn't happen the day I was there.
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